Williston was among the first schools in the prep circuit to offer girls hockey, beginning the program in 1983. Playing in NEPSAC Division 1 against the top prep programs in New England, the team plays a highly competitive 28 game schedule that includes two holiday tournaments against many of the top teams in New England including Nobles, Tabor, Loomis, St. Pauls and Andover. Williston girls hockey has enjoyed tremendous success in the past few years including earning twelve postseason berths, including winning the Chuck Vernon Elite tournament the past two seasons. The team has a remarkable record of 189-33-19 during the past ten years.
Williston’s hockey program fields two teams seeking to provide a quality hockey experience for girls at both levels. Additionally, the team has had several members make the prestigious NEPSAC Division 1 all star team including three first teamers and one second teamer in 2016, two second teamers in 2017, two first teamers in 2018, two first teamers and two second teamers in 2019, and three first teamers in 2022. Additionally, the program has had seven girls exceed the lofty milestone of scoring over 100 points in their careers. The Wildcats are fortunate to play in one of the premier venues for prep hockey in New England, Lossone Arena. The program is very proud of the fact that a number of recent graduates gone on to compete at both the Division 1 and Division 3 level. This upcoming season, we will have 18 girls playing in the college ranks this season. Williston’s hockey program strives to be great representatives of Williston while working hard on and off the ice.
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