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Former USWNT Athlete Stefanie Fee Named Head Coach of The Episcopal Academy

Dec. 17, 2019, 12:59 p.m. (ET)

The Episcopal Academy Names New Varsity Girls’ Field Hockey Coach
Content Courtesy of The Episcopal Academy Communications

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – December 17, 2019 – The Episcopal Academy (EA) today announced that Stefanie Fee will serve as the new Head Varsity Girls’ Field Hockey Coach.

Fee was a standout field hockey player at Duke University and played for six years on the U.S. Women's National Team. She won a gold medal at the 2015 Pan American Games, played on the USA squad at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and competed at the 2014 Rabobank and 2018 Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup. 
“We are thrilled to have Stefanie join our EA family as head coach for our girls’ field hockey team,” said Associate Director of Athletics Jim Farrell. “Coach Fee worked with the team during the 2019 season as the varsity team’s assistant coach. She brings a wealth of talent, enthusiasm, and experience to EA.”
“I am very excited to share my passion with the EA field hockey team,” said Fee. “I look forward to continuing EA’s outstanding field hockey tradition and using my skills and knowledge to sharpen the talent of every student-athlete in the program.”

Fee is also the co-founder and president of PowerHouse Field Hockey Club and the former assistant coach and director of operations for the University of Maryland field hockey team.

The Episcopal Academy varsity girls’ field hockey team ended the 2019-2020 season with an impressive 20-1-1 record. The team won the Inter-Ac Championship title and the PAISAA Championship for the second consecutive year.

Fee succeeds long-time Coach Gina Buggy, who announced she will be retiring at the end of the school year.

About The Episcopal Academy:
Located in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, The Episcopal Academy is a PreK-12, coeducational, independent, day school that offers excellent academics, competitive athletics, diverse arts, strong community outreach, and superb facilities. The school offers a college-preparatory curriculum that blends time-honored approaches to education with new ways of learning that are aimed at preparing boys and girls for the world of tomorrow. Founded in 1785, the school’s mission is to challenge and nurture Mind, Body, and Spirit, and to inspire boys and girls to lead lives of purpose, faith, and integrity. The Episcopal Academy is a member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools and the National Association of Independent Schools.

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