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Brooks School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
Scrimmage
League
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Hanover High School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Tilton School
Win 15-4
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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St. Paul's School
Loss 2-17
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
New Hampton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Brewster Academy
Loss 2-15
@ Brewster Academy
Home
League
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Holderness School
Loss 10-11
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Tilton School
@ Tilton School
Home
League
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Brewster Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Proctor Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
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Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
Away
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Cushing Academy
@ Cushing Academy
Home
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Deerfield Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
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Vermont Academy
@ Vermont Academy
Away
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Holderness School
@ Holderness School
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Whitaker Willocks

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • KUA and Holderness Battle to the Final Seconds

     
    KUA showed up for a nail biter of a match up against the Holderness Bulls on Wednesday afternoon. Before the game, the two teams participated in a ceremony for the OneLove foundation, an organization created in honor of Yeardley Love, a former member of the University of Virginia Women's Lacrosse team who was tragically lost at the hands of her boyfriend. The OneLove foundation supports high schools and colleges in spreading awareness of unhealthy relationships and provides students with the tools and conversations to better their schools, teams, and communities. The teams took a moment to share the love for the foundation before firing up what would be a battle to the end. 
     
    Holderness took the lead scoring 4 goals in the first 10 minutes of the game but it wasn't long before KUA made it a fight. Carissa Tambroni '20 started the scoring for the Wildcats but was soon followed by goals from Senior Captain Hailey Fahey, Eloise Davis '21, and Molly Davis '19 and Molly Gesner ’22. The Wildcats fought hard to even the score at 6-6, and from there, the game continued to be a back and forth battle down to the final thirty seconds. KUA controlled the draw 12 to 6 and the team's defense held off the Bulls coming up with interceptions and causing multiple turnovers. With about a minute left on the clock, and Holderness leading 11-9, Molly Davis won the draw, kept control, and fired off a shot to keep KUA in the game at 11-10. 45 seconds to go, Holderness took position but Senior defensemen Olive Scull kept fighting and caused a turnover that gave KUA one last chance to notch another goal. Despite valiant efforts, the clock ran out and Holderness took the win. KUA will have a rematch later in the season, but up next KUA faces the Tilton Rams at Tilton Friday night 4/19 at 4:30pm. 
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  • Wildcats drop one to the Bobcats

    The wildcats travelled to Brewster Academy on a perfect spring day for a big match up against the Bobcats. It didn't take long for Brewster to take control of the ball before netting their first point 3 minutes into the game. Carissa Tambroni '20 and Molly Davis '19 lead the offensive push with 10 shots on the Bobcats Goalkeeper but couldn't find the back of the net until 3:30 left in the first. Freshman Molly Gesner came up strong in the second half scoring her first goal of her career but it would be the last goal the Wildcats net in the game. The Wildcats ultimately fell 15-2 but will have a lakes region rematch against Brewster at Home on April 24th at 4pm. 
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  • Wildcats Win Home Opener

    The KUA Wildcats took the field Friday night with energy to set the tone for the season and did just that with a 15-4 win over the Tilton Rams. Midfield defense and a strong offensive push were key in taking home the win. Senior Captain Hailey Fahey lead the team with 5 goals while Senior Molly Davis and Junior Carissa Tambroni followed close behind each earning 4 goals. Junior Kyra Russman also had a stand out game with multiple turnovers in the midfield and netting 2 goals herself. The Wildcats look to play St. Pauls School on Saturday April 6th at 3:30pm.
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List of 4 news stories.

  • KUA and Holderness Battle to the Final Seconds

     
    KUA showed up for a nail biter of a match up against the Holderness Bulls on Wednesday afternoon. Before the game, the two teams participated in a ceremony for the OneLove foundation, an organization created in honor of Yeardley Love, a former member of the University of Virginia Women's Lacrosse team who was tragically lost at the hands of her boyfriend. The OneLove foundation supports high schools and colleges in spreading awareness of unhealthy relationships and provides students with the tools and conversations to better their schools, teams, and communities. The teams took a moment to share the love for the foundation before firing up what would be a battle to the end. 
     
    Holderness took the lead scoring 4 goals in the first 10 minutes of the game but it wasn't long before KUA made it a fight. Carissa Tambroni '20 started the scoring for the Wildcats but was soon followed by goals from Senior Captain Hailey Fahey, Eloise Davis '21, and Molly Davis '19 and Molly Gesner ’22. The Wildcats fought hard to even the score at 6-6, and from there, the game continued to be a back and forth battle down to the final thirty seconds. KUA controlled the draw 12 to 6 and the team's defense held off the Bulls coming up with interceptions and causing multiple turnovers. With about a minute left on the clock, and Holderness leading 11-9, Molly Davis won the draw, kept control, and fired off a shot to keep KUA in the game at 11-10. 45 seconds to go, Holderness took position but Senior defensemen Olive Scull kept fighting and caused a turnover that gave KUA one last chance to notch another goal. Despite valiant efforts, the clock ran out and Holderness took the win. KUA will have a rematch later in the season, but up next KUA faces the Tilton Rams at Tilton Friday night 4/19 at 4:30pm. 
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  • Wildcats drop one to the Bobcats

    The wildcats travelled to Brewster Academy on a perfect spring day for a big match up against the Bobcats. It didn't take long for Brewster to take control of the ball before netting their first point 3 minutes into the game. Carissa Tambroni '20 and Molly Davis '19 lead the offensive push with 10 shots on the Bobcats Goalkeeper but couldn't find the back of the net until 3:30 left in the first. Freshman Molly Gesner came up strong in the second half scoring her first goal of her career but it would be the last goal the Wildcats net in the game. The Wildcats ultimately fell 15-2 but will have a lakes region rematch against Brewster at Home on April 24th at 4pm. 
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  • Wildcats Win Home Opener

    The KUA Wildcats took the field Friday night with energy to set the tone for the season and did just that with a 15-4 win over the Tilton Rams. Midfield defense and a strong offensive push were key in taking home the win. Senior Captain Hailey Fahey lead the team with 5 goals while Senior Molly Davis and Junior Carissa Tambroni followed close behind each earning 4 goals. Junior Kyra Russman also had a stand out game with multiple turnovers in the midfield and netting 2 goals herself. The Wildcats look to play St. Pauls School on Saturday April 6th at 3:30pm.
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  • KUA Falls to St. Pauls

    Coming off a strong home opener, KUA took the field with grit for a tough match up against a talented St. Pauls team. Senior leaders Molly Davis and Hailey Fahey (Assisted by junior Kyra Russman) each scored what would be KUAs only goals for the game. The wildcats fought hard to the end but fell to St. Pauls 17-2. The Wildcats return to action next Wednesday April 10th at Home against the New Hampton Huskies.
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Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.