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Basketball – Girls Varsity

The vision of the BB&N Girls Basketball Program is to teach young athletes to respect themselves, their peers, and the BB&N community by instilling a code of ethics built on honesty, responsibility, and teamwork.

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  • ISL All-League Honorable Mention Class A NEPSAC All-Star Hannah Bernstein ’24

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Kindyll Dorsey

Associate Director of Athletics
Coach Dorsey has served as girls’ varsity basketball coach and Associate Director of Athletics since rejoining BB&N full-time in 2018. She previously served as head coach of the program from 2012 to 2014. Prior to her return to BB&N, Dorsey was the assistant women’s basketball coach at Northeastern University. She also served as a head coach in the New England Crusaders AAU program from 2007 and 2014. Under her direction, she aided elite high school student-athletes in improving their conceptual understanding of the game while providing them with a platform to continue academics and athletics at the collegiate level. Dorsey was also head coach at Merrimack High School, where she was nominated for New Hampshire Coach of the Year during the 2008-09 season. A four-year letter winner and captain of the women’s basketball team at Boston College, Dorsey graduated with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts in 2007. During her career, she helped the Eagles win the 2004 BIG EAST championship and make three NCAA tournament appearances, including two trips to the regional semifinals (2004, 2006). Dorsey also played professionally for the Sandyford Meteors in Sandyford, Ireland in 2008. Coach Dorsey takes great pride in mentoring student-athletes in their academic, athletic, and social experiences.

Jeff Emenaker

Coach Jeff begins his fifth year as the varsity volleyball coach at BB&N. After a 3-14 record his first year and a season not played due to Covid, in 2021 Jeff led the Knights to a 20-1 record and a spot in the NEPSAC Class “B” finals while winning the school’s first ever ISL Championship with a perfect 11-0 record. Despite moving up to Class “A” the Knights continued to be successful in 2022 compiling an 18-3 overall record and a Class “A” semi-finalist spot and another undefeated (11-0) ISL Championship. Jeff is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he majored in mathematics and was captain of the varsity volleyball team which he led to the school’s first East Coast Championship berth finishing 3rd and ending the season with a national rank of 16. During his service in the Navy Jeff won a Southern California military division beach volleyball championship. Jeff coaches on the club level with SMASH Volleyball Club working with both boys and girls teams at all levels over the past several years.

Taylor Clancy

Sports Information Coordinator & Coach (3 S)
Date Opponent Home/Away Result
2/28/24 @
2/28/24 @ The Kent School The Kent School
2/24/24 @ Lawrence Academy Lawrence Academy 38-55 L
2/7/24 vs. St. George’s School Home 30-56 L
2/2/24 vs. Governor’s Academy Home 44-51 L
1/31/24 vs. Rivers School Home 34-41 L
1/24/24 vs. Milton Academy Home 66-44 W
1/19/24 vs. Austin Preparatory School Home 68-48 W
1/17/24 @ Groton School Groton School 53-29 W
1/10/24 @ Brooks School Brooks School 50-38 W
1/6/24 @ Phillips Exeter Academy Phillips Exeter Academy 44-61 L
1/5/24 @ St. Mark’s School St. Mark's School 56-42 W
12/15/23 @ Deerfield Academy Deerfield Academy 60-43 W
12/15/23 @ St. Paul’s School St. Paul's School 68-41 W
12/14/23 @ Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville School 47-41 W
12/8/23 vs. Middlesex School Home 48-31 W
12/6/23 @ Tabor Academy Tabor Academy 21-62 L
12/1/23 vs. Cushing Academy Home 55-66 L

Together, our players, coaches, and families will work with unyielding spirit to cultivate a safe and disciplined environment so every student-athlete can reach their full potential, develop their talents, and increase their skills in the game of basketball and more importantly life.

The mission of the BB&N Girls Basketball Program is to create value for each individual player within a team concept while developing their knowledge of game strategies, fundamental skills, and competitive attitudes for success. We will strive to model excellence, energy, and the execution of fundamentally sound basketball with passion and enthusiasm.

Basketball is a small part of life but is also a way to learn about life. In basketball the players and coaches have a duty to the team, BB&N, and to one’s self. Players and coaches must perform their duty in all aspects of the game. A coach must first be responsible to the team and then the player. Because of our commitment to our program, we must remember that after each game and each season, only the team remains. Therefore, our only goal isn’t to win games but also to become people and a team of great character. The BB&N philosophy contains high expectations and standards for our team. These expectations will be a guide for our players’ and coaches’ conduct on and off the court. If we are to attain our goals of building a strong tradition of BB&N girls’ basketball, then all players and coaches must buy into this philosophy.

All players must understand their role as a member of our team. It is because of this, our veteran players have a critical role on the team. Their experience and knowledge must set a positive example for the younger players in games and practice. Veteran players must realize their conduct and attitude set an example, so they must be exemplary in the classroom and in the BB&N community. Veteran players must instill confidence in younger players to help the team excel at all levels of play. By believing in respecting your teammates and coaches, realizing your collective responsibility, and having pride in your team and school, the foundation for a successful program can be built.