Sarah is a graduate of Rider University (2009) in New Jersey were she majored in Behavioral Neuroscience with a minor in Healthcare Administration. While attending the school, she played defense on the successful Rider field hockey team and was a starter her junior and senior years. During her time at the University, she was the Vice President of a group called Student Athlete Mentors (SAM) and was very involved in coaching at several camps, both at Rider and also where she attended high school at Oyster River in Durham, NH. At Oyster River, Sarah was also a 4-year starter on the school varsity field hockey team. In her senior year, she was honored to captain the team and earned 1st Team All-State honors as well as being named to the Foster’s Dream Team.
After graduating from Rider, Sarah worked as a clinical instructor at the Birchtree Center in Newington, NH. Birchtree is a private school that provides direct 1:1 instruction to children with autism. She is also an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and as with many Seacoast United coaches, wants to work on all of our players being in great shape for Field Hockey and sport in general. Sarah is also the Head Varsity Field Hockey Coach at Dover High School in Dover, NH.
Sarah has a long history with the Seacoast United Field Hockey program, where she has been a head coach since returning from Rider University in 2009. She also has moved through the ranks as a former player, where she graced the turf from 2001-2005. The opportunity to accept the position of Club Director is something that Sarah relishes. “After already being a coach at the Club for the last four years and as a former player, I am ready and eager to step into the role of Director. I am honored and excited to be provided such an exciting opportunity. As a former member of the club I know what a positive experience the program had provided for me and I believe that playing here is what helped me reach my dreams of playing college field hockey. The opportunities that we offer our young athletes all across New England can help prepare them for the future. I am extremely excited to continue making an impact in the lives of our athletes while also sharing my knowledge and love for the game.”
Vice president Ian Burgess also added “Sarah was the obvious choice for the program. Her passion, knowledge and dedication for driving the program forward is something we are truly excited for. Her fresh ideas and infectious personality will definitely draw more players to the sport and also provide greater opportunities for field hockey players within our region of New England. Behind the scenes, she has already begun to lay the groundwork for not only the near future, but identifying where we can take the club long-term. We are very excited to bring Sarah into the Seacoast United family.”
Annie is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell (2017), where she majored in Criminal Justice. Collegiately, Annie is a former Division I player and team captain for the highly competitive UMass Lowell program under veteran head coach Shannon LeBlanc, where Annie was named to the America East All-Championship team in 2016. She was also a two-time UMass Lowell Dean’s List and America East Academic Honor Roll member. Following her collegiate career, Annie served as an assistant coach at Division II Southern New Hampshire University in the Northeast-10 Conference, where she was involved in all aspects of the program, especially establishing herself as an outstanding recruiter. Annie was named the head coach of Regis College (MA) in 2019 where she led the team to their first appearance in the GNAC playoffs since joining the conference in 2017, earning the fifth seed and advancing to the semifinals. Annie joined the Seacoast full-time staff in 2020 after working with teams at the Hampton location beginning in 2016.
A Massachusetts native, Annie was a four year varsity starter at Chelmsford High School. Annie was named an MVC All-Star her sophomore and junior year and the MVC Player of the Year her senior season. She earned accolades from the Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Player of the Year for the Lowell Sun. Annie was selected to play in the 2012 Best of 60 game.
U16 & U19 Elite Navy
Jessi is in her sixth year of coaching at Seacoast. She is a 2007 graduate of New England College where she played one year of field hockey before deciding to focus her college career in ice hockey. She was a 4 year starter for the women’s ice hockey team, still currently holds second for most games played with 107. Before college she attended Somersworth High School where she started playing field hockey as a sophomore playing all three years on Varsity and during her junior and senior years she captained. During her senior year she made First team All-State, Fosters Dream Team and NH Twin State Team. Besides field hockey Jessi also played 4 years of Boys’ Varsity Hockey and during her senior year was the only female in the state to be named on an all-state team. She also played 3 years of Boys Varsity Lacrosse and was named second team all-state during her Junior year. She has a strong passion for the game of field hockey and continues to play it at Seacoast herself. Outside of Seacoast coaching she is also the JV Field Hockey Coach at Dover High School in Dover, NH. She has 4 children in which one her oldest daughter is part of the U14 Elite Team.
Melissa is entering her fifth year with the SUFH Club as the Goalkeeping Director. A 2010 graduate of Winnacunnet High School (Hampton, NH), Melissa was a 3-year varsity letter winner for the Warriors. She posted a 1.23 career goals against average with 25 shutouts in 47 games. As a senior, Melissa had a 1.03 GAA with 9 shutouts. She had a career .870 save percentage and was named First Team All-State as well as a New Hampshire Twin States Games selection. In pursuit of her collegiate career, Melissa was named to the New England Premiere All-Star team. As a freshman for Manhattanville College (Purchase, NY) Melissa appeared in 18 games in goal and posted a 2.53 goals against average, a .773 save percentage and a 7-10-0 record with one shutout. She was named Freedom Conference Goalie of the Week and Manhattanville Athlete of the Week twice. From this, Melissa was nationally ranked 37th in the country (Division III) for saves per game. Currently Melissa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology – Sport Studies from the University of New Hampshire. She has coached for Division II Southern New Hampshire University, and assists many high schools in their preseason training in New Hampshire. In the offseason, Melissa is the Director of Field Hockey for the Granite State Games recruiting showcase in June, a Recruiting Coordinator for Next College Student Athlete, and coaches middle school field hockey for Hampton Academy. Coach Mel is looking forward to another successful season with a group of talented goalkeepers.
Casey Chaput (formerly Casey Pohlmeyer) has been coaching for Seacoast Field Hockey since 2016. She started her career at Severna Park High School, Maryland where she was a four time state champion. While in high school, she played for Spark Field Hockey Club where she won the national indoor tournament as a U-16 and U-19, both times in the A-Pool. She continued her field hockey career at UNH as a four-year starter and two-year captain, winning conference in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. During those years she made the All-Academic Squad all four years, First Team All Conference in 2012 and 2013, and Second Team All Conference in 2011. She captained the UNH team alongside her role model and favorite coach in the world, Meg Bozek. She was also named to the USA Field Hockey National Indoor Team in 2012. Her senior year, she was nominated for Regional All-American and selected for the senior game. After college, she coached at Windham High School where she helped coach the team to 4 state championships in her 6 years there. Now, she is a high school math teacher at Winnacunnet High School, umpires high school field hockey and is currently coaching Seacoast U-19 Gold. Some fun facts about Coach Casey: she loves reading, playing field hockey with Coach Jessi, Lex, and Meg, spends her weekends watching Netflix, her spirit animal is a wolf, and she thoroughly enjoys long walks on the beach!!
U16 & U19 Elite Carolina
Shelbie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bates College where she double majored in Art & Visual Culture and Classical & Medieval Studies. During her tenure at Bates, she was a versatile player on the midfield and defensive lines. She was a four-year starter for the Bobcats and served as team captain in her junior and senior seasons. Shelbie received NESCAC Fall All-Sportsmanship recognition in her senior season, as well as NESCAC All-Academic (2016-2018) and ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA NCAA D3 National Academic Squad (2015-2018) recognitions. Outside of the classroom and off the field, Shelbie served as a Junior Advisor for Residence Life, Co-President of the Special Olympics Club, Chair and NESCAC Representative of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, in addition to studying abroad in Florence, Italy the winter semester of her junior year.
Shelbie is not only entering her third season coaching for Seacoast, but is an alumna of the program. Here, she played for Coach Sarah, Coach Mel, and Coach Mike. Throughout her time at Bates, Shelbie coached for Coastal Field Hockey Club in the off-season.
Currently, Shelbie is an Assistant Project Manager for a residential real estate development company that builds high-performing and energy efficient homes and neighborhoods.
Shelbie looks forward to another competitive season and hopes to inspire the next generation
U14 Premier White & U16 Elite Black
Been with Seacoast Field Hockey since 2019
Two time All-American & Defensive Player of the Year at University of New Hampshire (2010-2013)
Club Coach at various clubs throughout New England
USAFH Level II Certified Coach
Graduated from UNH with a Bachelors in Secondary Education, Minor in Coaching 2014.
Graduating from UNH Spring 2022 with a Masters in Business Administration: Growth and Innovation/Marketing
U14 Elite Black
Mike is a 1989 graduate of the University of New Hampshire. During his time at UNH he competed in the decathlon and held the America East record for the event for 23 years. After graduating he threw all of his competitive energy into learning to coach field hockey on a high level. During the subsequent 26 years coaching he compiled a 212 win to only 43 losses record. Mike coached in the USA Field Hockey Futures program for five years, earning his Level 2 Coaching certificate from the US National team coaching staff in 2011. He has been a Futures National Championship coach three times and coached his U19 team to a Bronze medal in 2012. This is Mike’s 10th year on the Seacoast United coaching staff. His duties have included coaching U12 through U19. Most recently he was the the coach of last years U14 Gold team and many of his players were selected for our Regional Club Championship Team that made it to Nationals in July 2016. At Nationals, this U14 team came in 10th place in the country. Mike has coached Seacoast teams that have attended National Festival on four occasions as well as Disney Showcase. Mike brings a a lot of passion and energy to any team he coaches and he is an extremely valuable member of our team!
U12 Elite Gold
Erin has been coaching the U-12 Elite girls since 2018. Currently, a Level 1 coach, pursing Level II this summer and also will be coaching for Nexus.
Erin enjoys teaching the middle school age group, emphasizing the approach of discipline, fundamentals, game IQ, stick skills and team unity.
Erin attended SCSU-Southern Connecticut State University (Div. II) playing collegiate field hockey as a starter and leading scorer all four years, named captain senior year, awarded honorable mention All American, Commitment to Excellence and also competed as a heptathlete collegiately in indoor and outdoor track and field. Sport specific training, running marathons and competing in adventure sports have always been a focus of enjoyment.
Erin is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist with a Masters Degree in Cardiac Rehabilitation/Exercise Physiology and has successfully owned her own business since 1999. As a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Erin rehabilitates individuals who have suffered severe spinal cord injuries and neurological challenges/diseases. She also focuses on training athletes, assessing/correcting imbalances, bio mechanics, rehabilitating injuries and training for peak performances. Creating and implementing a progressive individualized strength and conditioning program based upon the individual needs and limitations have always been a true passion.
Erin has a daughter who has enjoyed playing on the Elite team for many years at Seacoast, surrounded by not just her coaches, but second moms.
U12 Elite Black
Cam Whelan graduated from Southern New Hampshire University in 2021 while having a three year collegiate field hockey career. She majored in Environmental Science with a concentration in wildlife conservation biology. During her field hockey career, she assisted the SNHU Penmen in making their second NE10 playoff appearance in program history and their first division 2 NCAA tournament debut in 2019.
Cam was a redshirt athlete her freshman year. She officially took the field her sophomore year. She had a total of 8 points, a .667 shooting percentage, and 1 career start with a total of 64 minutes on the season. In her senior year, she was named Co-captain to the Penmen, started 5 games, and had 4 points in her final year of competition.
Prior to college, she attended Winnacunnet High School where she was a two year varsity field hockey athlete. She helped guide the Winnacunnet Warriors to the state title game as a junior before garnering the Unsung Hero Award as a senior in 2017. While in high school, Cam arrived as a Seacoast Field Hockey athlete as a junior where she later attended the Nike Sports Camps field hockey England trip in the summer of 2017.
U19 Premier Red
Lex played field hockey for Merrimack College for the 2016-2019 seasons and received her bachelor’s in athletic training. She is currently in her final year at Lasell College for her master’s degree in Rehabilitation Science. She grew up in Windham, New Hampshire where she played indoor and outdoor for NorthEast Elite field hockey club. Lex is currently coaching at Merrimack College.
This is Lex’s first year with Seacoast. She has previously coached at Southern New Hampshire Premier from 2018-2020. She coached Windham High School to a division 1 state championship in 2020. She also coached for Rivier University during the 2020-2021 season. During her time playing at Merrimack College, she was a part of a division 2 from 2016-2018 where she won an NE-10 Championship and went to the NCAA Division 2 tournament. Her final year at MC, she helped transition the team to D1 and received the Joseph P Daly award in recognition of outstanding character and unheralded service to the Merrimack community.
U16 Premier Red
Taryn grew up playing field hockey. Before coaching, Taryn was also a player at seacoast for many years playing both outdoor and indoor for the club. While attending UMass Lowell, Taryn played one year for the division 1 field hockey team. She will be graduating from UMass Lowell this year, 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts where she has earned Dean’s List throughout her college career. She studied Elementary Education with a concentration in Moderate Disabilities. Taryn also was a part of the Student Education Association of Massachusetts at UMass Lowell during her junior and senior years. Post-graduation she plans to begin her teaching career and continue to coach field hockey. Taryn is in her third year of coaching at Seacoast, where she has coached both U14 and U16. Along with coaching at the seacoast, she helped out last year at Windham High School coaching the JV field hockey team.
U14 Premier White
Gigi is a sophomore on the UNH Field Hockey team. Gigi is from Lancaster, Massachusetts where she played outdoor and indoor for Cape Ann field hockey club, Gigi also was a coach at Cape Ann for about a year and is a USA level one certified coach.
2020 graduate of Nashoba Regional High School, where she was a four-year starter in both field hockey and lacrosse
Two-time Central Massachusetts Field Hockey All-Star
Mid Watch B All-Star
Mid Watch B Most Valuable Player of the Year
Super Sixty All-Star Game participant
2019 D1 Massachusetts player of the year
Served as captain for both the field hockey and lacrosse teams
Carolyn Garofoli is a Sophomore on the UNH Field Hockey team. She grew up in Lynnfield Massachusetts where she played outdoor and indoor club at North East Elite. She was recruited by UNH at the National Indoor Tournament in 2019.
2020 graduate of Lynnfield High School, where she lettered in field hockey, ice hockey and track & field
Competed in the USA Field Hockey Futures program
Two-time Cape Ann League First Team All-Star (junior and senior years)
As a senior captain, led the field hockey team to the D2 North title
Served as caption for both the field hockey and ice hockey teams
America East Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2021)
U14 Select Green & U19 Select Grey
Bailee Freeman is a 2017 graduate of Pinkerton Academy where she played 3 years of varsity and has a Division 1 State Runner Up title in 2014 and 2015. She also played club for Seacoast from 2014-2017. After graduating Bailee became an assistant coach at Pinkerton Academy for the field hockey program for 3 years from 2018-2020. Bailee just took over and finished her inaugural season as the head coach of the Timberlane Regional High School Field Hockey Division 1 program in 2021. Bailee started coaching with Seacoast back in 2018 teaching skills clinics and the last two winter club seasons has been a coaching teams of all age groups for Seacoast.
Bailee is currently in school working towards her Bachelors of Education in Secondary Social Studies through Liberty University and works for Pinkerton Academy as a long term substitute. Bailee is excited to be back coaching for Seacoast where she played many years for and to help bring athletes to the next level of play just like how Seacoast did for her back through high school. Being able to help the generation of field hockey athletes and grow the sport is always her goal.
U16 Select Grey
Emma graduated from UMaine with a BS in Biology and currently works at IDEXX Laboratories in Westbrook, ME. After picking up field hockey in middle school, Emma was a starter for two years at King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham, MA, and achieved multiple Hockomock League All-Star awards in 2005 and 2006. She continued to play field hockey for UMaine’s club field hockey team for all four years before graduating. Emma eventually moved to NH and started playing in the adult field hockey recreational league where she was offered a coaching position with U14 Select in 2018. This 2021-2022 season is her first year coaching U16 and couldn’t be more excited for her future at Seacoast!
U16 Select Green
Molly graduated from Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, VT) with a BA in Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts. After being a three season varsity athlete at Traip Academy in Kittery, ME, she pursued field hockey collegiately at St. Mike’s earning NE10 and NFHCA academic honors all four years. While a Purple Knight, Molly garnered several defensive saves and one goal.
This past fall Molly was the assistant varsity and junior varsity coach at Marshwood High School in South Berwick, ME. She also coached summer camps while at St. Mike’s. Molly is in her first year as a coach at Seacoast, but was thrilled to return to the club that made her collegiate career possible. She is currently coaching U16 Green and has run two high school level skills classes for Seacoast.
U16 SELECT GREEN
Coach Jess has been a part of the field hockey community for nearly a decade. Beginning her career in 5th grade, she continued to play throughout High school as a four-year Varsity defenseman, and as a member of Cape Ann Coalition. As a 3-time, All-State selection in High School, she continued to play Division III Field Hockey at Worcester State University for two years before transferring closer to home to finish out her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic training and her MBA in Athletic Administration.
Now living in Massachusetts with her 4-year old son, Jess holds her Athletic Training licensure and is working towards her goal of becoming an Athletic Director. She is the JV coach at Timberlane Regional High School and continues to coach at the U16 level here at Seacoast. Field Hockey has always been one of her greatest passions and hopes to continue to bring her knowledge and enthusiasm to the sport.
U14 Select Grey
Skills Class Coordinator
Tia is a recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire (2022), Tia was a member of the field hockey team while at UNH. Majoring in Sport Studies with a minor in psychology, education, and business. She contributed to the team with not only athletic accomplishments but academic accomplishments as well. Recognized for the America East Honor (2018 & 2019) and the America East Commissioner’s honor roll (2021), as well as, being named to the NFCHA National Academic Squad in her final year at UNH (2022). On the field, Tia was a forward starter for the Wildcats contributing 21 goals over the four years. Before UNH, Tia graduated from Tilton School (2018), a preparatory boarding school located in Tilton, N.H. Tia was a four-year starter in field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse. She was a two-year captain in both field hockey and lacrosse and a three-year captain in ice hockey. Accolades included team MVP 2x in field hockey her sophomore and senior year, team MVP 3x in lacrosse her sophomore, junior, and senior year. Tia is excited to bring her energy and experience to our Seacoast Program!
Graduated from Saint Anselm in 2020 with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice
Played for Saint A’s from 2017-2019 (one year at Sacred Heart 2016)
3 NCAA tournament shows and appeared in one National Championship
Attended 2 NE10 Championships; winning 1.
First Team All American
2x All Conference
NE10 All Championship Team
NE10 Tournament Team
NFHCA D2 Senior Game
U16 Premier Red
Julia is in her first year coaching at Seacoast Field Hockey. She played collegiate field hockey at Colby-Sawyer College and was named captain during the 2021 season where her team made it to the GNAC Championship. At the end her career, Julia tied for third all-time in points with 62, fourth in goals with 22 and second all-time in assists with 18. She was named to First Team and the GNAC All-Tournament Team during her graduate year and Second Team during her junior year. In addition, she was named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad five times, GNAC All-Academic Team four times, and was named Scholar of Distinction four times. Julia graduated in 2021 from Colby-Sawyer as the baccalaureate of the Business Administration class and will be graduating in May of 2022 with her MBA, specializing in Project Management.
U19 Premier White
Jenna Tanguay is in her third year of coaching at Seacoast. She played collegiate field hockey at Saint Michael’s College where she was a two-year captain for the Purple Knights, amassing 12 goals and four assists for 28 points over four seasons as a member of the defensive unit. She was named an NFHCA Division II All-America Second Team selection her senior year, following a nine-goal, two-assist, 20-point campaign. Jenna graduated Magna Cum Laude from Saint Michael’s in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, along with a minor in chemistry. Jenna is in her third year as an assistant coach for the SNHU field hockey program, and works full time as a high school science teacher in Merrimack, NH
U19 Select Grey
Grew up in the U.K. and started playing hockey at 7 years old.
Playing and coaching experience in England, South Africa, and the United States.
Post college, Coached in the Concord School District for 10 years, 4 of which were as the Varsity Field Hockey Coach.
As head of the Varsity Field Hockey Team, the team reached the Division 1 Quarters, Final, and Semi-Finals in the state in consecutive years.
5th year with Seacoast
U16 Select Gold
Kat is a graduate of Western New England University (‘16) and Penn State University (‘18). Kat was a four year starting defenseman and served as captain at Western New England. Additionally, she earned membership of the National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association Academic Squad. Prior to attending college, Kat played at Bishop Stang High School (Dartmouth, MA), where in her senior year she was selected for the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team. Kat played one year with ‘Lead the Way’ club team. She is currently a coach at Rundlett Middle School (Concord, NH). This is Kat’s fourth season with Seacoast United.
U16 Select Green
Callie graduated from Roger Williams University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a minor in International Studies. A four year defenseman on the Hawks’ field hockey team, Callie served as captain her senior year. In 2015 she helped lead the team to its first ever playoff appearance. Additionally, she was named to the Commonwealth Coast Conference All-Academic Team all four years. In 2017, Callie had the opportunity to travel to London and play at the Olympic Stadium with her RWU teammates. Prior to attending college, Callie played field hockey at Hopkinton High School (Hopkinton, NH) where in her senior year, she earned First Team All-State recognition from the New Hampshire Field Hockey Coaches Association.
U16 Select Green
Cassidy graduated from Southern New Hampshire University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a minor in Criminal Justice. A four year offender on the Penmen’s field hockey team, Cassidy was selected on the All Rookie Team her freshman year and All-American Second Team her senior year. Cassidy was the first All-American in program history for the Penmen field hockey team. In 2018 she helped lead the team to its first ever playoff appearance. Prior to attending college, Cassidy played field hockey at Merrimack Valley High School where in her senior year, she earned First Team All-State recognition and also selected to play for the New Hampshire team. Her team also were state runner ups her junior year.
U14 Select Grey
Amy McKenney is in her first season coaching for Seacoast Field Hockey.
McKenney spent 7 years as an assistant coach for the Plymouth State University field hockey program from 2009-2015. Before that she coached the JV field hockey team at Plymouth Regional High School for 3 years. Most recently she created and is coaching a youth program in Plymouth, NH called Thundercats Field Hockey for girls in grades K-5.
A 2005 graduate of Merrimack College, Amy captained the Warriors, and led her team to their first NE-10 DII playoff berth in her final season. She was an NFHCA Division II North/South Senior All Star Team selection that same year.
McKenney grew up in Plymouth, N.H., and attended Plymouth Regional High School, where she lettered in Field hockey (Captain), Nordic Skiing, and Track and Field and was the recipient of the Women’s Athletic/Academic Award her senior year. She was selected to the 2001 NH/VT Twin State Field Hockey Game, and had the opportunity to play at the National Festival in 1999 and 2000 for the Northern Lights team.
Coach McKenney received her Masters in Education from Plymouth State University in 2009. She’s been teaching high school Mathematics for fifteen years and is currently teaching at the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS). Amy has two daughters, Serena and Sylvie and a husband, David.
Rachel is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross (2018), where she majored in Psychology. Collegiately, Rachel is a former Division I player and team captain of the Crusaders. While at Holy Cross Lapar earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016) and Patriot League Second Team All-Conference (2017). Rachel was also a Veteran Leader in the Holy Cross Leadership Academy.
Following her collegiate career, Lapar became a coach for the Lead The Way Field Hockey Program out of southern Massachusetts/Rhode Island and took part in a management trainee program until becoming the Head Field Hockey Coach at Elms College (MA) in fall of 2020 where she is still the head coach of today. During her first regular season at Elms, Lapar helped lead the team to their first appearance in the GNAC playoffs since joining the conference in Fall 2021, earning the fifth seed and advancing to the semifinals.
U14 Premier White
Alyssa is a current senior at Merrimack College graduating in 2022 studying Business Management. Alyssa played at the Division II and Division I level at Merrimack College as a midfielder and defender. Prior to attending Merrimack, Alyssa was a 2018 graduate of Winnacunnet High School where she received three varsity letters. Alyssa played for Seacoast Field Hockey from 2014-2018. Alyssa is entering her third year as a Seacoast Field Hockey coach.
U16 Premier Red & U19 Premier Red
Lauren is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell (2021), where she majored in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. Collegiately, Lauren is a former Division I player for the highly competitive UMass Lowell program under veteran head coach Shannon LeBlanc, where Lauren played two seasons following her freshman and sophomore seasons at Sacred Heart University. Lauren was also a four-time Dean’s List student and four-time NFHCA Scholars of Distinction honoree, which recognizes students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.9 or higher. Following her collegiate career, Lauren will be pursuing her MBA at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the spring of 2022.
U16 Premier White
Bridget is a current senior at Merrimack College, graduating in the spring of 2022. She is majoring in biology and minoring in business administration. Bridget played one year division II where her team won the NE-10 championship and three years division I in the NEC conference and was named captain her senior season. Bridget was named to the All-Rookie team freshman year and has been on the Dean’s List/President’s List academically throughout her time at Merrimack. She has had coaching experience at the club team ADK in Albany, NY and coached one season with Seacoast last spring.
U16 Premier Blue
Vanessa is a current Senior at Merrimack College where she is double majoring in Human Development and Human Services and Education. She played three years of Division I field hockey and one year of Division II for the Warriors and started every game her senior year tallying 4 points. In 2019 and 2020 she was named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad. Vanessa was also part of the NE-10 Championship win in 2018 landing them a spot in the NCAA playoffs. Academically, Kaddaras has been named to Merrimack College’s Dean’s list every semester including two semesters on the President’s list. Vanessa is now in her third year as a U16 coach for Seacoast Field Hockey.
U19 Premier White
Courtney was a defender for the University of New Hampshire field hockey team from 2000 – 2004 and was selected as captain of the Wildcats in 2004. In 2004, she was also an undergrad assistant for UNH field hockey. Courtney continued on in field hockey as a coach for Cape Ann Coalition, the Bay State Games and at summer camps following her UNH campaign.
Along with being a full-time preschool teacher and mom of two, Courtney coaches for the MASCO Youth Field Hockey Program in the Fall.
U19 Premier Blue
Emma is a graduate of Franklin Pierce University (2020), where she majored in Biology with a Chemistry minor. Emma is a former Division II player where she was a key player for the Ravens. She was also a member of the Academic Squad all four years. Prior to her collegiate career she attended Triton Regional High School, where in her senior season led the Cape Anne League in goals/total points, was a member of the All-Conference Team and also was chosen for the Best of 60 Senior game. Following her collegiate career, she went on to coach for Seacoast Field Hockey, the same club she played for during her recruiting process. Emma is returning to Seacoast for her third season.
U12 Select Grey & U19 Select Grey
Hannah is a current senior at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, majoring in Economics. In her previous year competing collegiately, Hannah was the second leading scorer on her team and will continue with the team using her fifth year of eligibility in the fall of 2022. Hannah has coached throughout her time in high school and college at different levels and a variety of age groups. The past three summers Hannah has coached with 3Step Sports at the College Connection Showcases and the Elite Field Hockey Camps.
U12 Select Green
Marissa is a graduate of Framingham State University (2021), where she studied Marketing. Collegiately Marissa is a former Division III player and two-year captain for the Framingham State Rams where she was named to the LEC All-Academic team in 2018. She was also a three-time Framingham State Dean’s List recipient and served as a field hockey representative and social media manager for Framingham State’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Following her collegiate career Dias has enjoyed the start of her coaching journey with Seacoast Field Hockey and opened a small business, Cloud9Resale.
U16 Select Grey
Katie graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2018 where she majored in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She was a member of the Women’s Division I Field Hockey team, where she helped lead the team to two America East tournaments for post-season play. She was a three-time America East Fall Honor Roll member, an executive board member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, and an executive board member of the Manning School of Business Marketing Club. Following her collegiate career, Katie kickstarted her digital marketing career in Higher Education. She currently works as a Paid Search Campaign Manager at MuteSix where she oversees and manages various clients for their paid advertising initiatives on Google. In her spare time, she likes to read, travel, and participate in a Women’s Field Hockey league in the Boston area.