USA Field Hockey Weekly Report-Week of February 12, 2013
In our inaugural year of launching a fundraising program to help benefit our athletes, coaches, umpires and fans, we are overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from our friends of USA Field Hockey this year at any capacity. We continue to take strides forward to sustain programs we recently implemented while making improvements to enhance the overall experience with our sport while growing the game. We want to thank all that supported USA Field Hockey this year.
Here are a few examples of the many ways your support has made a difference this year:
THANK YOU! We look forward to working with you more in the future and hope to have your continued support this year.
Interested in supporting USA Field Hockey or meeting with our fundraising manager on her next trip to your area? Please contact: Meagan Connolly, fundraising manager at email@example.com.
A retrospective of the Disney Field Hockey Showcase Thanks to all of you who attended and competed at the Disney Showcase. It was, as per usual, a spectacular event. Karen Collins, our forever competent producer of premium events, was at it again. To top it all off, KC brought marvelous and flawless weather to Orlando (unlike much of the rest of the country). Thanks to KC and her band of wonderful volunteers!!
There was some consternation regarding the quiet day enforced by the NCAA (i.e. Division I coaches could not be on the venue recruiting). We found out about this policy around two weeks prior to the Disney Field Hockey Showcase. We will work to receive better notice on National Signing Day and recruiting policies related to it going forward.
We are excited for boys to compete during the National Indoor Tournament in Richmond, Va., March 1-3. USA Field Hockey is committed to growing men's field hockey nationwide. If you know of any boys interested in playing, please visit usafieldhockey.com. Registration is still open!
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