Field hockey is one of Brentwood's major competitive first term team sports. Open to girls of all age levels and abilities the school fields seven teams that participate in tournaments and leagues in the ISA. Our Junior girls compete in the Island Championships while Midget-level girls compete in the mid-Island championships. The senior team - the 1st XI - competes in the BC Provincial Championships and consistently performs well at this highly competitive level. Brentwood has dedicated field hockey fields and while the program moves indoors for the second term it returns to the fields once again in the third.
B.Sc., B.Ed. (University of Manitoba) Assistant Houseparent Alex House, Science, Field Hockey
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jenna Warner is a prairie girl at heart. After earning her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education degrees from the University of Manitoba, she moved west to join the Brentwood community to teach science and biology and live on campus as a Resident Assistant. A sports fanatic from childhood, Ms. Warner plays basketball, badminton, soccer, but field hockey is her passion. She represented the University of Manitoba, and has played and coached field hockey at both the Western Canada Summer Games and Canada Summer Games. Ms. Warner is thrilled to be co-coaching Brentwood’s 1st XI field hockey team.
B.Ed. (University of Victoria)
Growing up in British Columbia, Alanna Martin graduated from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Education in physical education and mathematics. At university, she played goalkeeper for the 1984 varsity field hockey team (Canadian national champions) and as captain, led her team to a third place national finish in 1985. After teaching in Hazelton, British Columbia, Mrs. Martin returned to Victoria to teach and to help coach the varsity squad. She travelled to Germany with the Senior B.C. indoor team as their manager and athletic trainer. Mrs. Martin taught at Queen Margaret's School and Shawnigan Lake School before joining the Brentwood faculty in 2003 to teach mathematics and coach field hockey. In addition to enjoying baseball, skiing, and swimming, Mrs. Martin also sings in a choir, and is very involved with her family and church. She is a strong supporter of the philosophy and values of the Brentwood community.