Harrow's Post-Collegiate Play Weekend Reunites Field Hockey and Friends

June 06, 2014, 1:11 p.m. (ET)

Harrow’s Post-Collegiate Play Weekend Reunites Field Hockey and Friends
Second Annual Harrow Cup and Harrow Challenge kick off tomorrow

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – June 6, 2014 – The Harrow Cup and Harrow Challenge started as a small idea after witnessing the passion, excitement and enthusiasm of post-collegiate players coming together at the 2012 National Hockey Festival. After the Festival, Harrow Sports CEO, Mark Hayden, hit the drawing board and the two competitive and exciting events were born.

Beginning tomorrow at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa., over 175 post-collegiate field hockey athletes will compete over the two-day weekend for a $10,000 cash prize and the illustrious Harrow Cup Trophy. In all, 12 teams will play in the two tournaments which boast many celebrated field hockey players in attendance such as two-time Olympian, Kayla Smedley and Women’s National Indoor Team member, Rachael Milne.

Again in its second year, a draft decided the Harrow Cup rosters. Team Captains chose their teams in a nail-biting sequence on March 18, 2014. Additional players were placed on Harrow Challenge rosters grouped by region. Despite their differing teams, all players come together for two social nights to reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

The 2014 edition of the Harrow Cup and Harrow Challenge will surely be a great weekend filled with field hockey, socializing and fun.

For additional information, please contact Alli Tanner, Harrow Sports Field Hockey Brand Manager at atanner@harrowsports.com.

About Harrow Sports

Harrow Sports, Inc. is a leader in marketing, manufacturing and distributing of sporting goods and uniforms to the institutional and team sports market. Harrow’s lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey, and squash equipment lines, along with comprehensive apparel, bag and footwear offerings are sold internationally and throughout America. Harrow is a devoted sponsor of USA Field Hockey and several NCAA programs. 

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