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Field Hockey – Middle School

The BB&N Field Hockey Program is centered on creating a sound and enduring team experience by cultivating a love for the sport, building character and leadership, and encouraging student-athletes to be accountable to members of their respective teams and communities.

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Kathy Newell

Coach Kathy Newell has been coaching field hockey, ice hockey and softball for many years. She values having fun while working hard. Coach Newell’s goals are to improve as individuals and teammates with drills and skills built into competitive practices. Coach Newell works in the athletic department when not coaching as an Associate Director of Athletics.

Katy Meehan

Katy started at BB&N in September of 2021. A graduate of Saint Anselm College, she was a four-year member of the Saint Anselm College Women’s Ice Hockey Team, where she earned several accolades, including NEWHA Player of the Year Rookie of the Year, and was recognized as an All-Star by the New England Hockey Writers Association. Katy also attended Thayer Academy for high school, and in addition to playing ice hockey, she played field hockey and lacrosse and has a passion for golf.

Isabel DiAdamo

My name is Izzy DiAdamo and I am one of the Education Fellows based at the Middle School. I played field hockey, goalie and in the field, all through high school. I am so excited to be working with the middle school field hockey team!
Date Opponent Home/Away Result
11/1/23 @ Dexter Southfield School Dexter Southfield School 0-3 L
11/1/23 @ Dexter Southfield School
10/13/23 @ Rivers School Rivers School 0-6 L
10/6/23 @ Park School Park School 0-2 L
10/3/23 vs. Winsor School Home 1-1 T
9/29/23 @ Dana Hall School Dana Hall School
9/27/23 vs. Dexter Southfield School Home 3-4 L
9/26/23 vs. Austin Preparatory School Home 4-0 W
9/22/23 @ Lexington Christian Academy Lexington Christian Academy 2-0 W
9/20/23 @ Winsor School Winsor School 0-2 L

Our program includes the Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams. Whether it’s your first day playing the sport or you’ve been playing for a while, coaches work to help student-athletes improve their fundamental, technical, and tactical skills at each level, while staying true to the school’s principal maxim of developing the whole student. Honor, scholarship, and kindness are cornerstone values of the program.