USA Field Hockey
Young U.S. squad gaining valuable experience playing world's best at Four Nations tournament
Young U.S. squad gaining valuable experience playing world’s best at Four Nations
(April 13, 2013)
The No. 2 world ranked team and 2012 Olympic silver medalists topped the U.S. Women’s National Team tonight in the final match of the first leg of the Four Nations tournament in Whangarei, New Zealand. The U.S. did not allow a goal in the second half, but three goals by Argentina in the first half led to a 3-0 final result.
U.S. Women's Team to battle Argentina for third place at Four Nations
(April 12, 2013)
Team USA is set to play Argentina in the third place match Saturday, April 13 at 9:00 p.m. ET after falling this evening to host New Zealand, 5-0, while New Zealand and Korea will meet in the final of the first Four Nations tournament in Whangarei, New Zealand.
Read full article.
U.S. tops No. 8 Korea, 2-1, at Four Nations Tournament(April 11, 2013)
The U.S. Women’s National Team earned a 2-1 win against No. 8 Korea as striker Torrie Albini (Escondido, Cali.) opened the scoring in the 2nd minute and midfielder Rachel Dawson (Berlin, N.J.) nabbed a goal in the 66th minute to seal the victory.
U.S. falls to No. 2 Argentina in Four Nations tournament opener
(April 10, 2013)
For five new members of Team USA, April 10 is a day where aspirations met reality. The memory of first stepping onto the pitch and representing the U.S. will be forever bookmarked even after Caitlin Van Sickle(Wilmington, Del.), Maxine Fluharty (Millsboro, Del.), Nikki Parsley (Milford, Del.), Amanda Fleischut (Doylestown, Pa.) and Emma Bozek (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) begin collecting a lengthy list of national team accolades in the coming years.
Four Nations tournaments in New Zealand to be streamed live
(April 7, 2013)
Hockey New Zealand has organized live online coverage of eight matches during the two Four Nations Tournaments held April 10-21.
Young squad stepping up to U.S. Women's Team for Four Nations tournament
(March 28, 2013)
U.S. coach Craig Parnham has named a balance of youth and experience for New Zealand's upcoming Four Nations tournaments