Field Hockey

Women only

In North America, when you talk about hockey, people assume you mean ice hockey. While a global sport, field hockey is played primarily in certain regions in the US – mainly New England and the Mid-Atlantic states. There is limited competition on the West Coast and Midwest but the sport is growing in popularity throughout the country.

Field hockey can be played at more than 300 colleges and universities, but is open to female players only. There are many opportunities to find a team to suit your skills and level, from top level high schools to Division 1, 2, or 3 collegiate teams.

Field hockey study abroad

Field hockey at high school level is played mainly via school teams, offering both Junior Varsity and Varsity opportunities. However, there are a growing number of external clubs, offering everything from recreational play to targeted college-level practice, especially on the East Coast.

Field hockey is a fall sport and the high school/college competition season is short and intense, beginning at the end of August and lasting until the middle of November.

College-level field hockey is only played at 4-year colleges and universities and is governed by the NCAA. In the US there are 280 college varsity women’s field hockey teams.


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Placements – Field Hockey

Eveline Bussemaker

Pace University, 2018

Melanie Strik

College of William and Mary, 2017

Tessa Verweijen

University of Delaware, 2018

Dominique van Slooten

University of Virginia, 2016

Tessel Huibregtsen

Harvard University, 2017

Laurien Vink

University of Delaware, 2018

Elisha Brinkman

Stonehill College, 2018

Yip Goudsmit

St. Michael's College, 2018

Juliette Eijssen

Manhattanville College, 2018

Eva van Wakeren

Long Island University in Brooklyn, 2018

Daphne Voorman

Michigan State University, 2018

Talitha Joustra

Hendrix College, 2018

Hanna Cohen Jehoram

Drew University, 2018

Annick Giebels

Lindenwood University, 2018

Sophie Groen

Cheshire Academy, 2018

Eva Bazen

Bryant University, 2018

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For our clients in the Tailored Program we offer the unique service of our field hockey mentoring program

The program entails:

  • Giving feedback on your footage
  • Discussing the different pathways to reach your ultimate goals
  • Informing you about what matters most to coaches
  • Building character / pitching yourself to coaches
  • Teaching you how to build up a relationship and trust with coaches
  • Preparing you for an interview with coaches
  • Setting up your personal sport development program
  • Deciding on the final choice of an athletic program based on your goals