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Ardrey Kell Field Hockey

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Carolina All Stars Field Hockey Club

Carolina All Stars offers year-round training in field hockey skills with a focus on player development. We have programs during each season for athletes of all ages and abilities. All training occurs on astro turf with experienced coaches. Competitive club team training is available for the serious middle and high school athletes.

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Charlotte Ambush Field Hockey Club

Charlotte Ambush Field Hockey Club is a non-profit organization designed to support the development of young athletes and promote the growth of field hockey in North and South Carolina with a three-pronged approach: Elite Coaching and College Recruiting Support/Counseling, Youth Development and Community Development.

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NC TarDevils

At the NC TarDevils Field Hockey Club our purpose is to encourage, develop and teach field hockey to boys and girls from ages 8 to 18 years old at all levels of experience, and to continue to achieve recognition for the NC TarDevils F.H. Program as a premier national club team.

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Providence High School Field Hockey Club

Rampage Field Hockey Club

Rampage Field Hockey is the elite indoor field hockey club in Northern Virginia. Since 1993, Rampage has provided thousands of girls the opportunity to practice and compete against some of the best field hockey players in the region, state, and nation, while honing their skills with the best coaches in the area.

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Triangle Field Hockey

The Triangle Field Hockey League is co-ed and open to all ages and levels. They have players who range from former international athletes and Division I players to folks returning to the sport after years off to athletic high schoolers looking to improve their game. They aim to create opportunities for both competitive play and casual scrimmages. They love playing hockey and welcome anyone who does, too!

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