Mailing Address:
USA Field Hockey
5540 North Academy Blvd., Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80918l

Phone: (719) 866-4567
Fax: (719) 632-0979

General Information Email:

USA Field Hockey Organizational Chart (.PDF)



Simon Hoskins | Executive Director
(719) 866-4370 |

Simon resides in Denver, Colo. but grew up in England. He played hockey throughout intermediate school, at a university in England and on a club team in Cyprus and Chile. He received his master's in sports marketing from the University of Oregon and his PE in sports science, recreation management from Loughborough University. In his current position with USA Field Hockey he is the leader of the staff team. He loves working for USA Field Hockey as he can make a positive impact through the programming to enable each member to be the best athlete, coach or umpire, and person they can be, from young people just starting out in the game through to Olympians. 

Danielle Beaman | Accounting Assistant/Office Administrator
(719) 434-3908 |

Danielle, born and raised in Greenville, N.C., married into the US Army and has traveled since. She graduated from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor of Science in business administration in marketing and although she is new to the sport of field hockey, she continually asks questions to become more knowledgeable. She is also known as “Mom” to her 4-year-old son, Jordan, and her three fur-babies, Rosie, JJ and Monkey. For USA Field Hockey, she supports the chief financial officer as the accounting assistant and also serves as secretary to the USA Field Hockey Board of Directors.


TBD | Membership Manager

Delaney Baxendale | Senior Membership Coordinator
(719) 434-3906 |

A native of Connecticut, Baxendale started playing field hockey in fourth grade before going on to play collegiately from 2015-18 at Drexel University in Philadelphia, where she majored in sport management. 


Teryn (Brill) Galloway | Communications Manager
(719) 866-4374 |

A native of Pennsylvania, Teryn grew up playing hockey throughout high school and middle school. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she majored in journalism and public relations and was a member of the field hockey team. In her current position with USA Field Hockey, she is responsible for enhancing the online presence through the website, managing social media accounts and continually improving brand reputation. She enjoys working for USA Field Hockey as it keeps her involved with the sport that she has had a passion for her whole life. Teryn resides in Colorado Springs, Colo. with her husband Brandon.

 Nick Salen | Senior Public Relations & Communications Coordinator
(719) 866-4362 |

Nick grew up in Colorado and ever since he can remember he has had a passion for the sports industry. He recalls watching sporting events as a kid thriving off the energy of the athletes. With this passion, he went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in journalism and mass communication and his master’s in sport administration from the University of Northern Colorado.

While at Colorado, Nick interned with the club lacrosse and hockey teams to start his sports-centered career. This translated into receiving a wide range of National Governing Body experience, having worked with three previous entities including USA Hockey and USA Rugby. From 2010-17 he covered the Colorado Mammoth team of the National Lacrosse League and even worked with the United States Olympic Committee during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games in digital media.

General Communications Information |


Caitie Tornes | Senior Partnership Manager and SafeSport Representative
(719) 866-4339 |

Caitie grew up in many different military towns but calls Colorado her home now. She attended the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and graduated with a marketing degree. She works within USA Field Hockey to ensure that all members are receiving the best customer service possible. 


Pam Stuper | Foundation  Director

Currently the Caroline Ruth Thompson '02 Head Coach of Field Hockey at Yale University, Stuper is a force in the field hockey world with a long list of accolades for her playing and coaching achievements, as well as her service to the sport off the field. She was inducted into the USA Field Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004 and was a member of the U.S. Women's National Team that won bronze at the 1994 World Cup. Having led Yale since 2005, she has amassed the most wins in program history, and led the Bulldogs to the 2011 Ivy League Championship, the school’s first since 1980. She is a longtime U.S. Women's Masters Team athlete, having recently represented USA in Spain in 2018. Stuper served on the Executive Board of the International Hockey Federation from 2010 to 2018 and the Board of Directors of the Pan American Hockey Federation from 2011 to 2015. She is also a member of the Old Dominion University (ODU) Hall of Fame, having won three national championship titles as a Monarch. Stuper is a collegiate two-time All-American and an Academic All-American.

Originally from Lancaster, Pa., Stuper earned a bachelor's degree in health and physical education from ODU and master's in exercise science, sports psychology from Souther Connecticut State University.


Craig Parnham | Director of Coach Education & Learning

Parnham is a five-time Olympian. He played in both the Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 Olympic Games for Great Britain, coached Great Britain in the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games, and the United States in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. In total, Parnham has coached professionally for more than 20 years and is a qualified Level 4 Coach. He holds a post-graduate diploma in Elite Coaching Practice.

Liz Tchou | Senior Manager of Coach Education & Learning
(910) 599-8222 |

Liz has an array of background accomplishments in field hockey from playing at the University of Iowa, to be a member of the U.S. Women's National Team and an Atlanta 1996 Olympian as well as coaching at the NCAA Division I level. As the senior manager of the Coaching Education Program, she provides tools and resources for all levels of field hockey coaches in the country through the Team USA Mobile Coach App. She is also in charge of getting the new accreditation programs up and running and plans on providing more opportunities for coaches to learn and grow within the profession. She is honored to be part of an organization that provides her with opportunities to represent our country throughout her hockey playing career. She also enjoys the problem-solving with the sport development team as their mission is to provide ways to increase development opportunities offered to coaches, umpires and players alike.

Phil Edwards | Senior Manager of Coaching & Performance

Edwards joined the U.S. Women's National Team coaching staff in February 2017. In September 2018, he transitioned into the role of Senior Manager of Junior High Performance for the women's program and in September 2019 his title changed to Senior Manager of Coaching and Performance. No stranger to the national team setting, Edwards has served as the Junior High Performance Goalkeeping Coach for the U-17, U-19 and U-21 National Teams. In 2013, he was the assistant coach for the U.S. Men’s National Team program and 2 years later acted as the Performance Analyst for the senior men’s and women’s national teams at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. As a USA Field Hockey Level 3 Coach, Edwards has honed in on his skill set to instruct and mold leaders on the turf.

Previously, Edwards was in the collegiate sports system as the assistant coach for Boston College from 2015 to 2016 as well as the associate/interim head coach of Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. In these role he generated student-athlete development framework, supporting performance analysis and a video feedback system. He also created effective fitness testing and tracking systems and was responsible for domestic and international talent identification and recruiting.

As an athlete himself, Edwards was part of England’s U-18 National Squad in 2000 and went on to represent Loughborough University on the pitch while majoring in BEng Materials Engineering. 

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Sally Goggin | National Development Director
(630)-253-6749 |

As National Development Director, Sally’s main responsibility is to grow the game of field hockey in the United States. Sally brings infectious enthusiasm for field hockey having been involved in the sport as a player, coach, parent and grassroots organizer. A native of Illinois, Sally started playing field hockey at Deerfield High School. She went on to play at Dartmouth College where she received First-Team All Ivy League Honors and was the team Captain. After college, Sally went on to work for Leo Burnett in Media and Client Services for Fortune 500 companies. More recently, she has been a successful entrepreneur and helped bring field hockey to Glen Ellyn, Ill. and Glenbard West High School. Sally is passionate about developing opportunities for kids of all ages to experience the great game of field hockey as players, coaches, umpires and fans.

Jenna Ortega | Sport Development Manager
(719) 866-4366 |

Jenna is passionate about field hockey and growing the game, having played both field hockey and lacrosse at Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) in Delaware, Ohio. Her sports experience includes three years as OWU’s NCAA Student-Athlete Representative and two years as the varsity head coach of a new high school program in Illinois. Ortega has been a club field hockey coach for several years and participated as a coach in her first National Indoor Tournament in 2017. She is excited to share her passion for the game as a member of the USA Field Hockey Family.

General Sport Development Information |

Lisa McCoy | Director of Futures and Programs
(717) 618-8202 |

Lisa joined USA Field Hockey in 2014 and now oversees Futures, the Olympic Development Pathway, as well as the international events portfolio, including the FIH Hockey Pro League, domestic national and regional tournaments. She is a native of Lancaster, Pa. where she has coached field hockey at the high school and club level for 15 years. She founded the PennLanco Field Hockey club and was the administrator until 2013. Lisa’s experience in the sport includes time as a coach, umpire, a parent of two NCAA Division I athletes and as USA Field Hockey’s regional manager in Pennsylvania, bringing valuable perspective to the organization. 

Lisa is passionate about developing the Futures Program and Events Departments to enhance the opportunities for all, from beginner through elite athletes of all ages as well as coaches, umpires, administrators and fans of all levels.


Madeline Hoeppner | Events & Club Services Manager
(719) 866-4363 |

Raised in Shelburne Falls, Mass., Madeline's background in Field Hockey is strong, having played, coached and even participated through many of USA Field Hockey's club programs for many years. Prior to working for USA, Madeline was employed at Husson University as their Marketing and Promotions Coordinator, as well as their head coach for both Field Hockey and Women's Lacrosse. Hoeppner played collegiately at Sacred Heart University where she graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing.

Ryan Hickey | Senior Events & Club Services Coordinator
(719) 866-4365 |

A San Francisco native, Hickey grew up playing a variety of sports through high school. He graduated from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with an emphasis in sports management. As an undergraduate, Hickey volunteered his spare time in several roles, including support staff for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association and USA Basketball. He also served as team manager for the Colorado College men’s basketball team and interned with Glazier Clinics.

Brynne Satre | Senior Events & Club Services Coordinator
(719) 434-3907 |

A native of Davis, Calif., Satre started playing field hockey as a freshman in high school. She attended Missouri State University where she majored in Recreation, Sport and Parks Administration with a minor in Marketing, and was a member of the field hockey team. Satre recently completed her Master's Degree in Sport Management from Texas A&M University in May 2019. She was also a Membership Intern for USA Field Hockey in summer 2018.


Ethan Pace | Futures Marketing Manager
(719) 434-3905 |

Ethan is a native to Colorado, he is new to the sport of field hockey but is learning the sport at a fast pace. He attended the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs where majored in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing and Human Resources. For USA Field Hockey, he supports the growth of field hockey through the Futures Program. He enjoys working for USA Field Hockey because it allows him to be involved in the sports world that he loves.

Krista Page | Futures Development Manager
(717) 882-6317 |

Krista resides in Ephrata, Pa. where she has coached high school field hockey for the past 17 years and is also a member of X-Calibur Field Hockey Club's coaching staff for the past 9 years. With an extended background in field hockey, it also runs in her immediate family. As the Region 5 Development Manager, she supports growth of the sport in Pennsylvania. Krista enjoys the management role of the Women's Junior National Teams and looks forward to working with athlete development within USA Field Hockey.

Kasey Neiderer | Futures Coordinator
(717) 537-6254 |

Kasey’s passion for sports began growing up in Hanover, Pa., where she played field hockey and soccer. She continued to play field hockey at Albright College where she also completed her bachelor’s degree in business marketing and management. She also had the opportunity to be a Futures Program coach for USA Field Hockey as a college athlete. As USA Field Hockey’s Futures Coordinator, Kasey combines her love of the sport with assisting with Futures’ programming and activities, as well as facilitating the strategic planning of Futures.

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Steve Horgan | Director of Umpires
(302) 668-7409 |

From Wilmington, Del., Steve began playing hockey with a women's team in Delaware and eventually found a men's team based out of Lehigh Valley, Pa. He played for about three years before he started officiating, with aspirations to umpire internationally. He attended the University of Delaware and began an Electrical Apprenticeship after he graduated. He has been a certified electrician for more than 30 years. In his role with USA Field Hockey, he is responsible for everything umpiring. He enjoys working for the organization because of the dedicated people.

Lance Sarabia | Umpire Administrative Coordinator
(719) 434-3904 |

A native of Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sarabia graduated from California State University Northridge in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in electronic media management. He is currently working toward his master’s with an emphasis in marketing at Centenary University. A familiar face in the field hockey community, Sarabia first started playing the sport when he was 8 years old when his school entered a boys’ team through the Field Hockey Federation at Moorpark College in California. At age 12, he started officiating as a way to pass the time between matches when he wasn’t playing. When his playing career ended, he decided to pick up umpiring full time. Through hard work and dedication, Sarabia was awarded his International Hockey Federation (FIH) badge in 2010 at the Pan American Challenge in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Since then, he has been officiating internationally through the FIH and domestically for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. His most recent tournament includes the FIH Hockey World League Round 2 in Trinidad and Tobago.


Yuko Kimura |  Medical Manager

Yuko Kimura joined the USA Field Hockey staff as the Medical Manager for the USWNT in January 2017. A native of Japan, she first came to the U.S. as a junior in college when she won a year-long scholarship to study at one of the branches of the University of Tennessee. She returned to Japan to graduate, but had aspirations to go back to the U.S. to become an athletic trainer. Just four months after graduating, she returned and attended Missouri State University where she earned her bachelor's degree in athletic training and later continued her education at Old Dominion University, where she earned her master's in Science in Education with an emphasis in athletic training. While in Norfolk, Va. she got to know the sport of field hockey and had the opportunity to work with former ODU head field hockey coach, Beth Anders, as the graduate assistant athletic trainer.

Kimura eventually started volunteering for USA Field Hockey at National Events and helped out during U.S. Women's National Team practices, as well as traveled with the U-21 USWNT on many tours and to major international events. Throughout the years, she has even volunteered at the Women's National Championship, Women's Junior National Championship, Junior National Camps, National Hockey Festival, National Indoor Tournaments and within the Futures Program.