Spring Athletics

Gould student athletes turn their attention to spring sports long before the snow begins to melt and the grass begins to reappear. In fact, it’s not uncommon to find groups of friends in the Farnsworth Field House playing catch, in the batting cage, spinning, shooting on goal, or in one of the two indoor skateparks.

Of course once spring has sprung, those athletes are the first ones back on the Lacrosse turf, baseball and softball diamonds, roads of Western Maine, at the outdoor skatepark–back on their metaphorical – and in some cases literal – horse.

Gould Huskies love a good competition, but we love being with our favorite team members and coaches more.

Dean of Athletics and Cocurricular Activities

Kristina Stevens

Dean of Athletics and Co-Curricular Activities
Director of Academic Skills Program

B.A. Montana State University
M.S. University of Southern Maine
Girls’ Softball Head Coach

Bio

Ms. Stevens grew up in southern Maine in the town of Wells, and after graduating from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, returned to Maine to pursue a teaching career. While teaching special education at Gorham High School, she earned her M.S. in Special Education from the University of Southern Maine. Most recently, Ms. Stevens was the special services coordinator at Fryeburg Academy along with their dorm head, junior varsity girls soccer coach, and softball coach. At Gould, Ms. Stevens is the Director of the Academic Skills Program. Beyond the classroom Ms. Stevens’ lives an active lifestyle training and participating in sprint triathlons and alpine skiing. A champion relaxer as well, she knits, reads, and follows all sports.. Ms. Stevens lives on campus with her husband, Laddie Stevens. Her father, Stephen L. Smith, is a Gould alum from the class of ’58.