Girls’ Lacrosse

One of the oldest girls’ lacrosse programs in the state, Gould’s Girls’ Lacrosse Team boasts a longstanding tradition of fielding strong teams and players.

Practice often starts long before the snow begins to melt and takes place inside the Farnsworth Field House. Their team players utilize the wide open space for scrimmages and have access to several training rooms, a weight room, and an on-staff Athletic Trainer. Once the snow melts, the team takes to the Schroy Field Turf, with beautiful views of the surrounding campus and mountains.

The Girls’ Lacrosse Program competes against teams from the Maine Association of Independent Schools Athletic Directors (MAISAD), New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), along with some of the best public high school programs in the state. Select students have gone on to play on the Maine Girls’ Lacrosse Team at The National Tournament.

Varsity Roster
First Name
Last Name
Year of Graduation
Jersey Number
Hometown (City, State)
JennaBurnett202114Hingham, MA
OliviaCordeiro202117Manchester, NH
HunterCurtis20215Scituate, MA
AnnabelleDarby202015Jackson, NH
HelenFrench201921Cumberland, ME
SadieHarvey2021ManagerSterling, MA
HaleyHessinger202225Mars, PA
KaylaHosmer20229Andover, MA
OliviaKnight20214Raleigh, NC
MollyLento20193Falmouth, ME
Maddie Lieblein20208Harrisburg, PA
Anna ClareMiller201918Mercersburg, PA
LexiOrdway202123Gorham, ME
CathyRui202216Hefei, China
Lilly BethRyan202212Bethel, ME
SophieSczurko201913Windham, ME
ChristenWu202219Hangzhou, China

Girls’ Lacrosse Coach

Courtney Snowe

Events and Operations Coordinator
University of Maine, Farmington

Bio

Mrs. Snowe brings with her a diverse skill set developed from her years of experience in multiple professional positions. Most recently she worked as the Director of Competition and Events at Mt. Abram where she was in charge of development and operations of the Competitive Alpine Racing and Kids All Mountain Programs. Prior to and during her tenure at Mt. Abram, Mrs. Snowe worked in the field of Early Childhood Education as both a teacher and program development manager. While working with young children Mrs. Snowe focused on integrating curriculums with a focus on the whole person, creative thought, and active lifestyles. Mrs. Snowe is excited to join the Advancement Team and looks forward to bringing her passion for development, event planning, and relationship building to Gould.

Growing up in Maine has provided the foundation for Mrs. Snowe’s love of the outdoors and natural world. She is passionate about maintaining a healthy active lifestyle and loves everything Maine has to offer from the snow-covered mountains to the sea. When not working, Mrs. Snowe can often be found skiing, running, training in the gym, or enjoying the coastal waters.

Mrs. Snowe lives in Bethel with her husband, Tyler Snowe, and their daughter, Teagan.

 

Laurence Leff

French Teacher
Davidson Dorm Head

Bio

Born and raised in Montereau, France, Madame Leff is a teacher in the World Languages Department. She has been at Gould for 11 years sharing her passion and love for French language and culture in teaching beginner and intermediate levels of French. For the past 10 years, she has been Head of Davidson Dormitory where she lives with her husband, Adam, and their dog, Wexy. Outside of the classroom, most of Madame’s time is spent in the dormitory where she acts as a great resource for support and encouragement for the students living in her dorm. Madame Leff has two children, Alexandra ’15 and Schuyler ’17 who share in her family’s passion for all things French.