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Field Hockey Announces Eight-Member Class of 2027

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Brown field hockey head coach Britt Broady announced the eight-member Class of 2027. The eight newcomers are split between six players and one goalkeeper.

Estelle Ballet
5-8 | M/B | St. Louis, Mo.
Ballet played field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse at John Burroughs School in Missouri and was named the 2022 Metro League Field Hockey Co-Player of the Year. In addition to POY honors, Ballet was a two-time All-State (2021, 2022) selection in field hockey and was named to the 2022 NFHCA High School Impact Senior Team.

Ballet is a dual citizen of the United States and France and enjoys chorus, homemade granola, and playing with her dogs. She chose Brown for the exceptional athletics and welcoming team culture.

Kylee Del Monte
5-9 | GK | San Diego, Calif.
Del Monte played field hockey and soccer at Scripps Ranch High School in California and was a two-time First Team All-CIF San Diego Section and two-time First Team All-League City Western selection in field hockey. Del Monte helped Scripps Ranch capture the 2022 Canyon Hills Tournament Championship and was named the Most Outstanding Goalkeeper in the tournament.

Del Monte received the AP Scholar Award and will graduate in May with Academic Distinction. She enjoys the outdoors and surfing in her spare time and chose Brown for the true challenges it provides both academically and athletically.

Mary Gilman
5-9 | B | Lebanon, N.J.
Gilman played field hockey and ice hockey at Episcopal Academy in Pennsylvania. Gilman was named a Max Prep High School Field Hockey Invitational Top Performer and competed at the 2021 Nexus Championship. At Episcopal, Gilman helped the team capture the 2021 Inter-AC Championship and also competed with the North East Elite and Princeton Field Hockey Clubs.

Gilman enjoys playing the guitar, sailing, and cross country skiing in her spare time and chose Brown for the access to Providence while maintaining an intimate campus feel.

Zoe Lawrence
5-6 | F/M | Oxshott, U.K.
Lawrence played field hockey and tennis at Wellington College while also competing with the Surbition Hockey Club. Lawrence competed in the 2019 Futures Cup Tournament and at the U12, U14, and U16 National Championships.

At Wellington, Lawrence was a school prefect and earned Leadership Colours. She enjoys tennis and music in her spare time and chose Brown for the opportunity to advance both athletically and academically.

Lizzie Loftus
5-4 | B | Watertown, Mass.
Loftus played field hockey, ice hockey, and competed in track & field at Watertown High School in Massachusetts. Last fall, Loftus was named Middlesex League Co-MVP and earned NFHCA All-Massachusetts Region honors while leading Watertown to the MIAA Division III State Title.

In the classroom, Loftus is a high honor roll student, National Honor Society member, and recipient of the Dartmouth Alumni Club Book Award. She enjoys baking and walking her dog in her spare time and chose Brown for the unique academic and athletic opportunities.

Juliette Meijaard
5-5 | F/M | Rotterdam, Netherlands
Meijaard graduates this spring from Erasmiaans Gymnasium Rotterdam in the Netherlands. She played field hockey with the Hv Victoria Club team and lacrosse with the Rotterdam Jaguars. Juliette was named to the 2022 Youth Lacrosse All-Star team and is a four-year member of the Dutch U21 National Team.

She chose Brown for the mix of field hockey and academic excellence.

Frances Moriniere
5-7 | F | Houston, Texas
Moriniere played field hockey, soccer, and lacrosse at St. John’s School in Houston. While at St. John’s, Moriniere received the 2022 Terry Warren Award recipient, presented to a field hockey player who embodies the qualities of grit, perseverance, and leadership. She was also honored with the Not Without Honor Award recipient, presented to the student-athletes who embody excellence, sportsmanship, and leadership.

She enjoys photography and art in her spare time and chose Brown for the Open Curriculum, the people, the beautiful campus, and the amazing athletic department.

Kate Siedem
5-9 | M/B | Madison, N.J.
Siedem played field hockey and ice hockey at Oak Knoll School in New Jersey. She was named team defensive MVP as a junior and senior and picked up NFHCA High School All-America and All-Region honors as a junior in 2021. On the ice, Siedem was a 2022 First Team All-Libera Division selection.

Siedem enjoys ice hockey, pickle ball, and paddle tennis in her spare time and chose Brown because of the area and beauty of Brown’s campus.

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