Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated in the United States each year from September 15 through October 15, and there’ll be no shortage of activities at Kent Place to mark the achievements of Hispanic Americans. Students, staff, faculty, and the community partake of the rich cultural history, from personal anecdotes to family traditions and favorite meals and from music and dance to integrating the Hispanic culture into lesson plans.
The girls soccer program welcomes back veteran student-athletes and invites newcomers to join our Dragon program.
The team is a perennial contender in Union County, and as one of the top teams in the area, KPS attracts scholar-athletes who are eager to compete on the pitch and in the classroom. Many of our student-athletes continue their athletic careers after graduation, playing soccer at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country.
Our student-athletes are challenged daily to improve individual and team skills. Our coaches believe camaraderie is the hallmark of a rewarding and enjoyable experience: the girls bring out the best in one another, and exemplify the values of commitment and caring. Head Coach Phil Wolstenholme has played at the highest level and has more than 20 years of experience teaching and coaching at KPS.
Varsity: Phil Wolstenholme (head), Erica Evans (assistant)
Junior Varsity: Casey Caprio (head), Heather Baumann (assistant)
Middle School: Phil Wolstenholme (head), Holly Moller (assistant), David Archer (assistant)
describe your team
United and determined
Favorite team Meal
Magic Fountain for ice cream
Bus rides to away games
'22 season goal
Finish top of our division
Participation in athletics is an integral part of the overall school experience for our students, and our athletic teams are a source of pride for the Kent Place community. Our philosophy is to provide a competitive athletic program where our student-athletes can reach their full potential.