Field Hockey

The Gould Field Hockey Team competes within the Maine Association of Independent Athletic Directors (MAISAD) league, as well as against a number of other prep schools and high schools throughout Maine and New Hampshire.

Team Members train on their skills development and defensive and offense plays, using the Schroy Turf Field. Twice a week, players work on conditioning, either by lifting weights in the Farnsworth Field House weight room or by running on our on-campus Pine Hill cross country trail system.

Those team members who hope to train and play both in the off-season and later in college, work closely with coaches, our Athletic Director, and College Counseling, to put together a plan.


VARSITY Field Hockey SCHEDULE

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Team Roster
#First NameLast NameYOGPos.Hometown
18EllieBailey2018MAndover, ME
EllaBlair2020MBethel, ME
4HunterCurtis2021FScituate, MA
16CarolineFinley2018FBethel, ME
9CelesteFisher2021FScarborough, ME
6MadsieFisher2018MBethel, ME
5BethGibson2018FBethel, ME
12SadieHarvey2021MSterling, MA
11AcadiaJohansongordet2018DWest Roxbury, MA
1MadisonLamontagne2019FNorway, ME
17CeliaMastroianni2018FBethel, ME
2BrennaMyles2018MRumford, ME
3GraceSchierwagen2018DNorthhampton, PA
30KirstenSoucy2019GKRumford, ME
20JillianThielbar2018MBethel, ME
13AerinYoung2019DWest Redding, CT

Team Captains: Brenna Myles, Grace Schierwagen

Coaching Staff

Kathy Doyon

Administrative Assistant of College Counseling
B.S. University of Maine, Farmington
Field Hockey Coach
Maine Adaptive Instruction Director

Bio

Ms. Doyon came to Gould after teaching World History, Psychology and Current Events at Penquis Valley High School in Milo, Maine. A former student-athlete, Ms. Doyon spent her youth skiing at Sugarloaf, and went on to race for her high school and college teams. Still a lover of winter, she has traded her days of setting downhill records for the enjoyment of the uphill climb of backcountry skiing (which is also followed by some downhill bliss). When not teaching in the classroom or on the slopes through Maine Adaptive or on the turf field for field hockey, Ms. Doyon spends Maine’s warmer months cycling, swimming with her two daughters, or baking, fishing, and traveling. Ms. Doyon lives in Bethel with her husband, Joel, their two girls, Gabby and Maggie, and their dog, Baxter.