With 13 state championships, Kent Denver Field Hockey has established itself as one of the premiere athletic programs in all of Colorado.
Emma MacLeod was named head coach of the team following the conclusion of the fall 2021 season, and she's excited to build on that long history of success.
Coach MacLeod—who previously was an assistant coach on the team—brings a wealth of field hockey experience as both a coach and player. She was a four year starter at the College of William and Mary, where she also played women's lacrosse.
When she's not coaching, MacLeod is Kent Denver's Assistant Director of Athletics in addition to being an Upper School Advisor. Outside of the school, she coaches with the Denver Field Hockey Club.
Coach MacLeod is passionate about connecting with young people and helping them develop as leaders both on and off the field.
"Our field hockey program is a place for girls to learn valuable life lessons, while also being competitive and having fun," she said. "I have high expectations for every student-athlete who comes through our program."