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  • Hockey Women's-Varsity

    2017 - 2018
    Head Coach: Craig Churchill

    The Women’s Varsity Hockey Program is recognized as one of the premiere prep school programs in one of the most competitive high school leagues in the country. It is an elite team that attracts top student-athletes from all over, playing one of the more competitive schedules in New England with about 32 games per year. This helps prepare them for success in college on the ice and in the classroom.
     
     Since its inception in 1984, the team has had much success in both wins and college placement.  The Huskies won two NEPSAC championships in the mid 90’s and in the last four years have put up an impressive 89-27-9 record under the leadership of experienced Head Coach Craig Churchill. In that four year stretch the Huskies have won four consecutive Lakes Region League Championships, two E.G. Watkins Tournament Championships, had two NEPSAC postseason berths culminating with a 2017 NEPSAC Division 1 Championship. Coach Churchill’s focus is on development of the individual and in his time at New Hampton has developed three invitees to USA hockey’s top 66 camp, two invitees to the U.S. under 18 training camp in Lake Placid, one USA Today Female Hockey Player of the Year (2016) and the most decorated U18 player of all time helping to bring home the gold medal in three U18 world championships as well as earning top D honors at the world championships for two years in a row (2016 & 2017). Coach Churchill has also developed players that have been recognized on the NEPSAC All-Star team, as well as the 2017 NEPSAC Player of the Year. Coach Churchill has developed five players that have reached the impressive feat of 100 points in their Husky careers. 
     
    New Hampton School is an ideal program for a player looking to further develop both physically and mentally. With a holistic approach to the development of its players, the coaching staff consistently seeks ways to prepare its student athletes. New Hampton uses a full-time Strength and Conditioning coach along with a yoga instructor and mindfulness coach to accomplish some of these development goals. New Hampton hockey players are very fortunate to be able to train and play in the new Jacobson Arena, completed in 2017. This arena features a state of the art ice surface with one of the most impressive team rooms in New England.  
     
    Our Athletes have gone on to represent the following programs:
    Wesleyan University
    Plattsburgh State
    Colgate University
    Union College
    Sacred Heart University
    Northeastern University
    University of New Hampshire
    Brown University
    Syracuse University
    Boston College
    Bowdoin College
    Lake Forest College
    Trinity College
    William Smith College
       
    Alumnae have also competed for the U.S. Senior National team as well as the U18 National Team, Brampton Thunder and the Boston Blades.

Team News

List of 3 news stories.

  • NHS vs. Cushing Academy

    The Huskies would travel to Cushing Academy to face the Penguins in a NEPSAC Division 1 matchup. The Huskies would score four unanswered goals in the first period by Maddie Nelson '19, McKenzie Haberl '19, Savannah Norcross '18, and Anna Shelden '20. In the second period, Norcross would score the fifth goal for the Huskies. The Penguins were able to score one goal in the third period, giving the Huskies the 5-1 win. 
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  • NHS vs. Exeter

          The Huskies would travel to Exeter, NH for another NEPSAC Division 1 matchup against Phillips Exeter Academy. Olivia Sollows '19 would earn the start between the pipes for the Huskies. Although Exeter woiuld score first, Anna Shelden '20 would score a power-play goal to tie the game. Savannah Norcross '18 would earn a short-handed breakaway opportunity, where she would beat the Exeter goalie, giving the Huskies a 2-1 lead. Exeter would respond with a power-play goal of their own and tie the score at 2 to end the period. The second period remained scoreless for both teams. The third period would be full of back and forth action but no one was able to capitalize. With just under a minute remaining, Exeter would get the puck on net and a trickling puck would find its way behind Sollows. The Huskies were not able to come back and would drop this match 2-3. 
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  • NHS vs. KUA

    The Huskies would travel to Kimball Union Academy to play their final Lakes Region regualr season game. The winner of this game would earn the title of "Lakes Region Regular Season Champions." Although the Huskies seemed fired up for this game, Kimball Union would come out strong and send a message. Kimball Union would score two unanswered goals to give them the victory. The Huskies fought but came up short in this one. 
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Coaching Staff

  • Head Coach:  Craig Churchill
    603-677-3477
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  • Assistant Coach Erica Shapey
    603-677-3531

Team Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
22 9 1 70.3

Schedule

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Home
Scrimmage
Cancelled
vs.
Rothesay Netherwood School
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
Noble and Greenough School
Loss 1-2
Noble and Greenough School
Away
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 7-0
Pop Whalen Rink
Home
League
vs.
Milton Academy
Win 3-2
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
vs.
Hebron Academy
Win 8-2
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Win 5-2
St. Paul's School
Home
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 3-0
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Neutral
Tournament

E.G. Watkins/Cushing Hockey Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Northwood School
Win 2-1
Cushing Academy
Neutral
Tournament
Invitational

E.G. Watkins/Cushing Hockey Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Worcester Academy
Win 7-4
Cushing Academy
Neutral
Tournament
Invitational

E.G. Watkins/Cushing Hockey Tourname

Non-League
vs.
Deerfield Academy
Win 7-4
Cushing Academy
Neutral
Tournament

E.G. Watkins/Cushing Hockey Championship Games

League
vs.
Vermont Academy
Loss 0-4
Cushing Academy
Home
League
vs.
Albany Academy
Win 11-0
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
vs.
Holderness School
Win 6-0
Holderness School
Away
League
vs.
Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
Loss 2-3
Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Away
League
vs.
Tabor Academy
Win 4-2
Tabor Academy
Away

Game being played at Eaglebrook School

League
vs.
Deerfield Academy
Win 3-2
Home
League
vs.
Pomfret School
Win 2-0
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
League
vs.
The Winchendon School
Loss 0-1
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
vs.
Vermont Academy
Win 4-1
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
St. Mark's School
Win 4-0
St. Mark's School
Home
vs.
Tilton School
Win 5-2
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
Cushing Academy
Win 5-1
Cushing Academy
Home
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 1-8
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
Andover Academy
Loss 1-2
(Phillips) Andover Academy
Home
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Tie 2-2
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 6-1
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
League
vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Loss 2-3
(Phillips) Exeter Academy
Away
vs.
Southfield School
Win 3-1
Dexter School
Neutral
Rescheduled
vs.
Berwick Academy
Win 7-0
University of New Hampshire
Home
League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Tie 2-2
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
vs.
Kents Hill School
Win 7-0
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
vs.
Berwick Academy
Win 7-0
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Away
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Loss 0-2
Kimball Union Academy
Home
Playoff

Lakes Region Semi-Finals

League
vs.
Vermont Academy
Loss 2-3
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
Home
Playoff

Lakes Region Championship Game

League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 6-1
The Jacobson Arena - The Jacobson Arena - 1
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