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Meet the Staff


Directors

Keene State College Field Hockey CoachAmy Watson

Amy Watson is the Head Field Hockey Coach at Keene State College. Coach Watson has been at the helm of Keene State Field Hockey for 27 years. During this time, Watson has developed the Owls into one of the top field hockey programs in the region. Keene State College has won eleven conference titles,  and qualified for 12 NCAA Division III Tournaments, advancing to the sweet 16 three times.   She has accumulated an overall record of 397 wins 175 losses and 11 ties. In addition to the success on the field, Watson, who has been recognized seven times as the Little East Conference Coach of the Year, is equally proud of the numerous honors bestowed on her players. During her tenure, 19 players have received All-America honors.

 

IMG_6385-h240Michelle Tiani

Michelle Tiani has been coaching field hockey in Keene for the past 11 years. Currently, she is the Varsity Field Hockey Coach at Keene High School. She also coaches the Granite State Elite U16 team, based out of Milford NH. In 2011 she had the honor of coaching the NH Senior twin state team. Michelle has been teaching elementary physical education at the Wheelock School in Keene and at the John D Perkins school in Marlow for the past 10 years. In 2012 she was recognized with the prestigious New Hampshire Association for Health Physical Education and Dance (NHAHPERD) Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year award. She played collegiate field hockey for Division 1 UMaine Orono for two seasons, before transferring to play at Keene State College. Michelle is a 2003 graduate of Keene State College.

 

 

 

Coaches

 

Jodie DresserJodie Dresser

Coach Jodie Dresser returns for her sixth year with Trilogy Field Hockey. Jodie has also been the assistant coach for Keene State College Field Hockey for the past six years. Before coaching Jodie was a player for Keene High School and New England College. Coach Jodie has lead team India and team Netherlands to Trilogy cup victories. Dresser has also seen multiple players from her camp teams named for Trilogy camp awards.

“Trilogy isn’t only about field hockey. It’s about creating and maintaining relationships with our community of young athletes. It’s a great opportunity for us to help ​develop, encourage and practice social skills in a different setting. Watching these athletes grow and improve as players and people has been a wonderful experience.” -Jodie Dresser

jaclyn-smJaclyn Brown

Coach Jackie Brown returns for her fifth year with Trilogy Field Hockey. Before coaching Jackie was a player for Triton Regional High School and New England College. After graduation she went on to coach Pelham High School, Keene High School, Granite State Games and Trilogy Field Hockey. Coach Jackie lead team Sweden and team Turtles to Trilogy Cup victories and has had multiple players named for Trilogy camp awards.

“There are many things I love about coaching Trilogy. One thing I truly cherish is watching young athletes fall in love with the sport that I have loved for so long. There is no better feeling than being able to share my knowledge and passion for field hockey, to be a positive influence for these young athletes, and to watch them improve and grow into skilled field hockey players. It’s so exciting to be a part of the growth of our tight-knit field hockey community.” -Jackie Brown

2017 Camp Coaches

Allison Califano:  Assistant Coach Keene State College

Shauna Whittemore:  Assistant Coach Con Val High School

Brittney Cardente:  Keene State College Field Hockey Class of 2017

Casi Smith:  Keene State College Field Hockey Class of 2018

Courtney Jessup:  Keene State College Field Hockey Class of 2019

Erica Stauffer:  Keene State College Field Hockey Class of 2019

Julia Babbit:  Keene State College Field Hockey Class of 2019

Kelly Shirk-  Assistant coach Saint Anselm College