International Hockey Rises While USA College System Falls

  On July 9th, 2020, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced that the FIH Pro League will finally resume play beginning on September 22nd with Germany hosting Belgium.  While the global league is rising, one could also note the disastrous fall of the USA collegiate athletic system. Many conferences including the Ivy League Conference, Atlantic […]

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College Recruiting: What Do Coaches Look For?

  How can I get a scholarship to play? How do I know which program is for me? How do I learn more about college sports in the USA? When it comes to being recruited for a college program, there are thousands of questions and details to look into. The problem is, not every resource […]

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US College Field Hockey Success Story

  Lily Gandhi began playing hockey when she was 7 years old. Throughout her career, she’s played for Southgate Hockey Club, Old Loughtonians, England’s Junior team, and the NC Raiders in Perth, Australia. When it came time for college, Gandhi was ready to go on one of her biggest adventures yet, receiving a scholarship to […]

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Axelle Wouters On Playing Field Hockey in the USA

Originally from Antwerp, Belgium, Axelle Wouters is currently playing for the KHC Dragons. But at 17, she left Belgium to come play field hockey in the United States at the University of Michigan.  After three years away from the U.S. Axelle returned to visit her American ‘home’ earlier this summer.  It was fun to reflect […]

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The 2018 Cal Cup Field Hockey Tournament Review

  Los Angeles’s Social and Competitive Annual Field Hockey Tournament This Memorial Day weekend, field hockey athletes and teams from around the world gathered at Moorpark, just outside Los Angeles and about a 25 minute drive through the mountains dropping onto Malibu beach. It was the annual Cal Cup field hockey tournament. As you can imagine, […]

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THE CAL CUP – Playing field hockey in Los Angeles

  The Cal Cup in overview This coming weekend is Memorial Day in the USA which is celebrated in LA by hosting one of the most popular social field hockey tournaments in the world, the Cal Cup. This tournament is hosted at and around Team USA Men’s home ground in Moorpark, California. There are over […]

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Dinunzio Makes Team USA after a Great Experience “Getting Uncomfortable” at Rotterdam HC

Continue Your College Field Hockey Career By Playing Overseas In the fall of 2014, Division I standout Amanda Dinunzio approached her last field hockey season at Penn State with high expectations—some disbelief, dread.  “I knew I hadn’t reached my potential, and couldn’t be finished just like that,” said Dinunzio.  “Field Hockey was my life.” Elite […]

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Californian gets to experience the world through field hockey

Men’s USA field hockey player in his early 20’s has experienced playing seasons in four different countries Tyler Sundeen is an American field hockey player from the Golden State of California. His home club is in Los Angeles with the Tigers, but he has spent a great deal of time playing abroad! His first season […]

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Exciting strides for US Field Hockey

Field hockey is growing in the US The United States has seen a significant boom in the number of Americans who play hockey, or as they call it, field hockey. According to statistica.com, over 1.5 million people now participate in the sport, which is a figure that has nearly doubled from polls taken ten years […]

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Australian Field Hockey Athlete Has a Decision to Make with Five NCAA Offers

Murphy pursues getting a field hockey scholarship to get her engineer degree in the USA The Uru Sports team recently got to catch up with the bubbly Maddy Murphy, a Tasmanian hockey player that signed up with Uru Sports in search of a playing opportunity at the college level in the United States. Maddy’s drive […]

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