Soccer - Boys, 1st Team
2020 - 2021
Head Coach: Michael Doherty
Team Records and Honors
2018 New England Class B Semifinalist; Lakes Region Champions 14-2-2
2017 New England Class B Quarterfinalist; Lakes Region Champions 12-3-2
2016 New England Class B Semifinalist; Lakes Region Champions 10-6-2
2015 New England Class B Semifinalist; Lakes Region Champions 12-5
2014 New England Class B Quarterfinalist; Lakes Region 2nd Place; 9-5-3
2013 New England Semifinalist Lakes Region Champions; 10-2-5
2012 New England Quarterfinalist; Lakes Region 2nd Place; 10-4-2
2011 Lakes Region 2nd Place; 8-5-1
2010 New England Class B Semifinalist; Lakes Region Champions; 12-4-2
2009 New England Class B Finalist; Lakes Region Champions; 11-4-2
2008 New England Class B Quarterfinalist; Lakes Region Champions; 10-2-5
2007 New England Class B Champions and; Lakes Region Champions; 16-2-1
Kimball Union Academy Boys’ Soccer: Friendship, Tradition, Excellence
The Kimball Union Academy boys’ soccer team competes against many of the top teams in the New England Class A and B Prep School Soccer Leagues. The 2013 team’s success (winning the Lakes Region title and reaching the New England Class B Semifinal tournament), showcased the Wildcat’s soccer prominence in the region. Since winning the Class B New England title in 2007, the Wildcats have returned to the post season five of the following six seasons and have won the Lakes Region Soccer title five times.
The boys’ soccer program at KUA offers four competitive inter-scholastic teams. The varsity team traditionally boast a diverse representation of players local to the school’s region and from around the globe. In the past ten years, players have come to KUA from five African countries, six European nations, four Asian states, and six countries representing South and North America.
Many of KUA’s former players have played and continue to play at many top DI, II, and III schools. Recent graduates have played at the following colleges and universities: Harvard, Dartmouth, North Carolina State, Hobart, Trinity, Bowdoin, St. Lawrence, Bates, and Wheaton.