Kealy Chipman is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Western New England University field hockey program in 2018.
Chipman played collegiately at Castleton State College from 2009-12, earning NFHCA second team All-America honors her senior season. Chipman finshed her career as the Spartans all-time leader in points (166), goals (70) and assists (26). During the 2012 campaign she set program single-season records for points (68), goals (27) and assists (14). Chipman also earned NAC First Team All-Conference Honors while leading Castleton to a Conference Championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
A native of Bellows Falls, Vt., Chipman received her Bachelor's Degree in Sports Administration from Castleton and went on to earn her Master’s of Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology while serving as a graduate assistant at Wilkes University.