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

Tracey Wilkerson

Spanish Teacher
B.A. Middlebury College
Director of Farm and Forest Program
Spring Outing Club

Bio

Ms. Wilkerson has taught at Gould since 2002. Prior to Gould, she led wilderness expeditions for adolescents and adults with Outward Bound in Maine, Canada, and Minnesota. She also traveled extensively throughout the Spanish speaking world, teaching Spanish to high school and middle school students. In addition to teaching Spanish at Gould, Ms. Wilkerson can often be found at school barn where she directs Gould’s Farm and Forest Program and directs the school’s Veterinary Science Summer Camp. A lifelong animal lover and a committed equestrian, she has a passion for teaching traditional skills and including the use of draft horses and forestry management. Ms. Wilkerson serves as Gould’s Environmental Sustainability Coordinator and mentors the student club, Gould Goes Green. Ms. Wilkerson and her husband, Mr. Pete Hedden, Dean of Community Life, and their two children live in the home they built just off campus.