Former Standout Gabby Brooks Named Field Hockey Graduate Assistant

Former Standout Gabby Brooks Named Field Hockey Graduate Assistant

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson field hockey head coach Laurel Martin announced that former standout Gabby Brooks will join the Mustangs coaching staff for the 2017 season, serving as the team's graduate assistant. Brooks begins her duties at the end of August.

Prior to a career-ending injury, Brooks was a standout goaltender for the Mustangs who appeared in 44 career games while making 37 starts in net. She ranks fifth in school history with 244 saves, totaling 124 as a sophomore.

A 2014 All-MAC Commonwealth honorable mention honoree, Brooks recorded a career-high 22 saves, which ranks ninth in program history, versus second ranked Salisbury in 2015.

Brooks led the Mustangs to back-to-back ECAC Championship appearances, including the first postseason title in program history with an ECAC Mid-Atlantic Championship victory in 2014. She also led the team to its first-ever conference title game in 2015.

Outside of Stevenson, Brooks serves as a goalkeeping coach for USA Field Hockey where she executes practice plans for goalkeepers. She also serves as the head women's lacrosse and field hockey goalkeeping coach at The Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore.

Brooks graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2017. She was also a member of Phi Beta Lamda Academic Honor Society.