The 2013 National Indoor Tournament in Richmond, Va., March 1-3, will feature a boys and mens division. Teams were determined based on age and experience.

2013 Boys/Mens National Indoor Tournament Pools

Pool A: U16 Boys
Club Lewy
Iron Man
Kung Fu
Ninja Hawks

Pool B: U21 Boys & Adult Men 

Cape Ann
Bond. James Bond
Ocean's Eleven
WC Eagles

''I am very excited for the boys to have this opportunity to play and compete at the National Indoor Tournament. The number of opportunities for boys is on the rise along with exposure of the game through the FUNdamental Field Hockey program, 'Calling all Boys' clinics and a number of clubs who are now welcoming boys to their teams. We hope to increase these opportunities over time and I am excited for boys to have the opportunity to play.'' -Chris Clements, U.S. Men’s National Team Head Coach

“Indoor field hockey is increasing in popularity and personally, I have some great memories representing the United States at two Indoor World Cups, playing against the best players in the world. This event will hopefully inspire these boys to one day represent the United States on the international stage. I am looking forward to helping in any way to make it a fun and worthwhile competition.” - Shawn Hindy, retired U.S. Men’s National Team Member

“I think by showcasing boys at the National Indoor Tournament, we are starting to spread the word of men's field hockey in the U.S. As a player I appreciate having a venue where I can play against other male field hockey players. I believe that by USA Field Hockey continuing to showcase the boys at the National Indoor Tournament and other national hockey tournaments, men's hockey in the U.S. will continue to see a rapid growth.” - Cord Chipman, Under-21 registered participant in the 2013 National Indoor Tournament

USA Field Hockey is committed to growing men's field hockey nationwide. If you know of any boys interested in playing field hockey, visit usafieldhockey.com to find a club nearest you and upcoming events for boys. For more information, contact Liz Tchou, Youth Development Manager at ltchou@usafieldhockey.com.  

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