Varsity Field Hockey

The 2016 Varsity Field Hockey Team

The Westover School Field Hockey program has dedicated itself to developing each athlete physically, psychologically and socially. Each day challenges the players physically by encouraging athletes to push themselves to exceed their previous accomplishments. Team exercises and experiences teach each athlete life-skills including self-discipline, courage, mental toughness, confidence, sportsmanship, persistence and patience.

Socially the players learn to foster cooperation, healthful competition and appropriate standards of behavior.

Recent History: The 2010 squad earned second place in the CISAC division. Two Wildcats were selected to play in the all-star game following the 2010 season and two individuals attended the National Field Hockey Festival in Arizona over Thanksgiving break. The 2011 team finished 2-7-1. The 2012 squad finished with a 3-11 record, ending the season with a 1-0 win against Cheshire Academy. The 2013 year resulted in a similar record of 3-10-2. The 2014 squad finished with a 6-7-2 record, placing three seniors on the CISAC All-League team and two on the Western New England Preparatory School Field Hockey Association Team. The 2015 team graduated seven seniors, and the new squad will see many new faces on the field for the 2016 season. Head Coach, Kati Eggert, is in her second season with Varsity, and Tiz Mulligan is in her 15th with the program.

Schedule

2016 Schedule

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Kati Eggert

Kati Eggert

Assistant Director of Athletics, Coach Field Hockey, Swimming, Softball, Dorm Parent

Assistant Coach

Tiz Mulligan

Tiz Mulligan

Director of Athletics

News

News

Five Athletes Named All-NEPSAC

Westover was represented well in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference this winter with five athletes being named All-NEPSAC in swimming and basketball.

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Winter Sports Awards

At the Winter Sports Awards held on March 1, each team was recognized and the girls were awarded their letters, pins, and certificates. Nineteen students received team awards, while four were recognized as All-CISAC (Connecticut Independent School Athletic Conference), three as CISAC Honorable Mention, and one as a NEPSAC (New England Preparatory School Athletic Council) All-Star.

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