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AAFHA - Chelsea High School Field Hockey

Chelsea Field Hockey (CFH) is a Chelsea High School and Beach Middle School (Michigan) team sport open to 6th through 12th grade female athletes. CFH also hosts a June Whip-It Camp for skills building, and coaches spring recreational field hockey for 3rd through 8th graders. CFH played its first season in 2004 as the Washtenaw Whippets. Roxy Block and Leslie Fry co-founded the team. In 2015, the team adopted a new name to strengthen its connection to Chelsea High School's athletic program.

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Fer De Lance FHC

FDL’s mission is to provide a platform to develop players by not only teaching them skills needed to succeed in field hockey but also skills needed to succeed in life: leadership, communication, adversity, commitment to a process, collaboration and the importance of giving back. Being part of this prestigious group will challenge you and will ensure that you get what you earn. Winning will be a byproduct of your work ethic and commitment to improve.

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Forest Hills Field Hockey

The Forest Hills Field Hockey Club was founded in 2007 by Andrea Shaner after her girls' lacrosse players asked to learn the sport of field hockey. The team's first "season" consisted of practicing in Ada Park and holding a scrimmage against East Grand Rapids. However, the seed had been planted, and in 2008, FH2 joined the Michigan High School Field Hockey Association. Since then, nearly 100 girls representing five high schools (and four international players) have been a part of our programs. After finishing 2011 as the Division IV runners-up, the FH2 varsity girls captured their first division title in 2012. After a league realignment, the varsity team reached the Division II state championship game in 2013, in addition to winning medals at both the State Games of Michigan and State Games of America. Now, having firmly planted itself in the Michigan field hockey landscape, Forest Hills is a fixture near the top of Division II. Even more exciting is a relationship with the Australian club Hockey Albury Wodonga, which allowed a team of 18 players to tour Down Under in the summer of 2015. The club has grown to offer new opportunities with a junior varsity team, along with a rapidly-growing middle school program for grades 5-8. It's a great time to get into field hockey in West Michigan!


Great Lakes Regional Field Hockey

GLRFH serves all ages and abilities of the indoor and outdoor field hockey community through high quality coaching, programming, skill development, fitness training, and play. Additionally the GLRFH will sponsor coaching education, specialty workshops, leadership training and other educational opportunities to support development. Finally, the work of the GLRFH may include development of facilities and training venues.

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Live Oak Field Hockey Club

Live Oak Field Hockey Club exists to develop strong field hockey players and strong young women in Livingston (Live) and Oakland (Oak) Counties, in Michigan. We endeavor to create opportunities for young athletes to learn the game and improve their skills. We will provide high school athletes with the opportunity for at least national field hockey event per year, and many local opportunities. We aim to open doors for field hockey players from Michigan to pursue the game during and after high school through playing, coaching and officiating.

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P-CEP Girls Field Hockey

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Pinnacle Field Hockey

The Pinnacle mission is to provide year round training and competition opportunities for girls and boys who are interested in learning and growing as field hockey athletes, teammates and contributing to the field hockey community, while having fun in the process.

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