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Boulder Field Hockey Club

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Club Lewy

Our club coaches are very dedicated to each player's overall development. The process is to encourage athletes to reach beyond their boundaries by teaching "self motivating skills" that allow them to succeed not just in sport, but also in everyday life. Each athlete is taught the important values of exercise, strength conditioning, good nutrition habits, mental toughness, confidence, self control, leadership, respect, cooperation, goal setting, and team unity. Our program success lies directly in the positive learning experiences our players receive and the fun they have doing it. Young student athletes who are properly "self motivated" will seek out a quality lifestyle that they can be very proud of; we call it the, "Lewy Lifestyle".

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Denver Field Hockey Club

Formed in 2011, The Denver Field Hockey Club’s mission is to increase the overall skill level of each player as well as the performance of the club teams that will compete in regional and national tournament settings. We expect that the consistency of practicing and playing together will raise the level of both individual and team play, ultimately allowing our athletes to enjoy a great sport more intensely as well as creating greater access to college programs.

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HIVE Hockey Academy

Our mission at Hive is simple. We want to inspire young athletes to love the game of Field Hockey, and to strive to become the best players they can. We feel there are countless benefits to playing youth sports that directly translate into everyday life. Focus, dedication, concentration, exercise, humility, learning to win gracefully, learning to loose gracefully, teamwork, ethics and the importance of being part of something bigger than yourself just to name a few.