Kent Girls Soccer has a long tradition of strong teams competing in the top A Division of the New England Prep School Tournament pool.
The key to the success of the soccer program is the commitment of new and returning athletes. The passion you bring for the game is what could make you a valuable addition to the squad.
The program's runs to the elite New England Tournament, and the 2007 Founders League title are built upon a focus on an understanding and appreciation for the game, various strategies, and a team-first approach.
An important aspect of the soccer program, and all sports at Kent School, is the focus on learning, character development and respect for self and others. We are proud of our commitment to these noble ideals and that winning occurs concurrently within the framework designed to achieve those goals.
Coach Jesse Klingebiel
Jesse Klingebiel is a graduate of Bucknell University and the University of New Hampshire. A former NCAA Division 1 athlete, he brings his love of the world’s greatest game built upon a lifetime as a soccer player and coach. A member of our faculty since the fall of 1994, he coached our boys’ sub-varsity teams for five years before taking over the girls program in 2001. The daily challenge of inspiring young athletes to improve themselves every day technically, tactically and mentally is one that he takes on with great enthusiasm.