Varsity Field Hockey
The 2015-2016 Varsity Field Hockey Team
Kati Eggert-Head Varsity Field Hockey Coach
Kati Eggert attended Morris Knolls High School in Rockaway, New Jersey where she was a three-sport athlete, competing in field hockey, swimming, and softball. In field hockey, she was an All-Conference and All- Morris County selection in field hockey her junior and senior seasons. Upon graduation, she went on to participate in all three sports at Drew University. On Drew's field hockey team, Kati was named Landmark Conference First Team, Landmark Conference All-Academic, Regional All-American, and was named Drew's MVP. In her senior season, she was also named the Landmark Conference Offensive Player of the Year. She was honored as the Female Athlete of the Year by New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women as well as Drew’s Woman of the Year. Kati earned a B.S. in Art from Drew and is certified in secondary education from the College of St. Elizabeth. In 2014 she completed her Master's in Sports Management and earned her certification in Athletic Administraiton. Kati also serves as the Assistant Director of Athletics, Head Varsity Swimming and JV Softball Coach, and Dorm Parent of sophomores and juniors.
Tiz Mulligan- Asst. Varsity Field Hockey Coach
Tiz Mulligan, Westover's Director of Athletics, served as the Wildcats' assistant coach from 2002-2006 and served as head coach in 2007 and 2008 seasons. In the spring, Tiz is the Wildcats' Rowing coach . Tiz attended Kent School, Kent CT. She played basketball and softball serving as captain for both her senior year. She was a founding rower for the girls' crew program and rowed in the first boat for three years. She earned a B.S. in Health, Recreation and Physical Education from Ursinus College. Tiz coached field hockey, basketball and lacrosse for ten years at Kent School. She was a founding member of the first girls' basketball league, WNEPSGBA and earned two league championships. In her final year at Kent, she led the Varsity lacrosse program to a fourth place finish in New England. She coached soccer and basketball in local, travel and Division I programs for twelve years. Tiz also founded a lacrosse program for girls in her community and coached for four years.