Announcements and Important Events
Brittany Hopkins - New Head Field Hockey Coach
Brittany Hopkins is a Springfield, VA native and graduated from Lake Braddock SS.
During her time as a Bruin she was a four year varsity starter and two time captain. She helped lead the Bruins to two district championships, two regional championships, and two state tournament appearances. Hopkins was selected 1st team all-district three times, 1st team all-region two times, 1st team all-state, and 1st team all met. Additionally, she was named district and region player of the year her senior year. Hopkins also ran indoor track for one season and played three years of varsity soccer, including being named 2nd team all-district twice. She graduated as an honor graduate (over 4.0) in 2011. Following her time at Lake Braddock, Hopkins accepted a scholarship to The College of William and Mary for field hockey. During her time with the Tribe she was a four year starter and helped to lead them to a top 20 ranking in her junior season. She was awarded the CAA commissioner award three times for having a GPA of over a 3.2 during the athletic season. In 2015 Hopkins graduated with 3.49 and a double major in psychology and marketing. She decided to pursue a Masters in Elementary Education at William and Mary. During her masters program Hopkins helped out with the field hockey team and served as a graduate assistant with Dr. Kier, a science education professor at the School of Education. Hopkins finished her program in 2016 with a 4.0. Currently she is in her first year of teaching at Sangster Elementary, where she teaches third grade. This past fall she served as a volunteer assistant coach at Lake Braddock helping them to a district title. Additionally, she is in her first season of coaching Rampage's U16 team, a club she played in for six years. Hopkins has also coached at several camps including Westfield, Georgetown, VCU, and William and Mary.
"I am very excited to be joining the Woodson field hockey family! I am looking forward to getting to know the girls and bringing my energetic spirit, competitiveness, and knowledge of the game to the program. Woodson field hockey has a strong reputation in the northern region and I'm looking to continue that this coming season."