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. There 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.
Girls’ Lacrosse Coach
Kyle graduated from Connecticut College in 2004, where she majored in History and earned a minor in Spanish. While at Connecticut she also played lacrosse, ice hockey, and soccer and rowed for the crew team.
She joined the Gould community with her husband, Andrew, in the fall of 2016. Prior to Gould, Kyle worked for eleven years at Berwick Academy. While there, she taught Spanish, was the Sophomore Grade Dean, and coached a variety of sports.
Kyle is excited to work as part of the Gould community and share her love of lacrosse each Spring. When not coaching lacrosse, Kyle is taking care of her and Andrew’s two young children and loves spending time trail running with her dog, Synner around Bethel.
As a passionate, enthusiastic, and energetic mathematics educator for the past 18 years, Mrs. Lowe joined the Gould family in 2016. She teaches mathematics, coaches lacrosse, and is the Head of Gehring Hall.
She believes that students have four basic needs: to have fun, to feel competent, to have autonomy, and to have positive relationships. Her goal is to provide for their needs through a consistent, structured, and positive-behavior supported environment. She recognizes the importance of setting high standards, maintaining a balance between challenge and support, and developing trust and rapport with her students and players by getting to know them individually.
“I believe the potential for personal, athletic, and academic growth are endless at Gould,” says Mrs.Lowe. “And I intend to make the most of it and help my students do the same.”
During her spare time, she enjoys trail running, riding bikes, nordic skiing, and spending time with her family at their home in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Mrs. Lowe lives in Gehring Hall with her husband, Mr. Lowe, Dean of Community Life, and their two Beaucerons, Lexi and Monte, and two cats, Snack and Socks.