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INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY CAMP

Dates

2017 Indiana Field Hockey Camp

07/06/2017-07/08/2017

$399 Overnight/$340 Commuter

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THE CAMP DIRECTORS

 

Amanda Janney - Head Field Hockey Coach, Indiana University

Second-year Indiana Field Hockey Coach Amanda Janney has made an immediate impact on the program since her arrival in 2015.

In her debut season, Janney took a team that finished last in the Big Ten in 2014 to a third-place finish in 2015 while posting a school record five Big Ten wins. In 2016, she followed that up by posting eight wins with a team that was led by first-team All-American Kate Barber. Barber became only the second Hoosier to ever earn first-team All-America honors.

Joining the Hoosiers after 10 years as the head coach at Temple, Janney compiled a 114-94 record with 10 straight postseason appearances. Last season, Janney led the Owls to a No. 11 NCAA RPI ranking and a finish of No. 14 in the NFHCA Coaches Poll.

At Temple, Janney took over a team that had not turned in a winning record since 1992 and transformed it into a consistently successful program. In those 10 seasons, Janney coached five Atlantic 10 Players of the Year, 23 All-Conference selections, three All-Americans, three Temple Student-Athletes of the Year and 16 Regional All-Americans.  

OBJECTIVE AND CAMP DESCRIPTION

Our aim is to help you become a better field hockey player, by teaching you both basic skills and elite tactics. Our camp curriculum will be designed for the elite field hockey player. Camp sessions will include practices with fundamental drills and advanced game situations. Evening sessions will be focused around game play, so that you can apply the skills you learned from the afternoon skills sessions.

Our top level coaching staff will including NCAA Division 1 Coaches, Student-Athletes, and Alumni. Our Camp Coaching Staff will teach team concepts such as leadership, on-field communication, and teamwork. Our coaches will also share their knowledge of 2 v 1 elimination skills, counterattacks, counterdefense, defensive double teams, and goal scoring. Campers will practice Penalty Corners, Shootouts, and other game situations. You will learn deceptive hitting and sweeping skills, plus many more concepts that will prepare you and your team for the upcoming season.

The Hoosier Field Hockey Camp will provide 6 quality sessions of field hockey. Campers will be encouraged to try new things and learn advanced skills.

THE FACILITIES

IU FIELD HOCKEY FIELDS

All sessions will take place on an Astroturf playing surface. The state of the art IU Field Hockey facility, the IU Football practice fields, and Mellencamp Pavilion will be the three sites for all field hockey sessions. Directions can be found on each individual sites' on-line description.

GENERAL INFORMATION

DATES 

  • Hoosier Field Hockey Camp - July 6-8, 2017

AGES

12-18

REGISTRATION/CHECKOUT

  • Check-In: July 6, 1-2 p.m. at McNutt Quad 
  • Check-Out: July 8, 1-2 p.m.

COST/TUITION

  • $399 Overnight
  • $340 Commuter
    $20 discount for teams of 13 or more that register by May 1; $20 discount for registering before April 1 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

July 1, 2017 - REGISTER NOW!

REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION

Please be sure to provide a working e-mail address on either your on-line registration OR on the printable registration form if you are going to mail it in. After your camp application has been processed, you will receive an e-mail confirmation containing important information such as what to bring, directions to camp registration and other pertinent information.

HOUSING

McNutt Dormitory on the Indiana University campus will house campers for the week

MEDICAL

Certified Athletic Trainers will be on site at all times to care for any minor injuries and any other medical needs. Each participant must have her own medical insurance. Please be sure to fill out the parental consent form in its entirety.

EQUIPMENT

  • Shoes (turf or trail running)
  • Field Hockey Stick
  • Shinguards
  • Mouthguard
  • Water Bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Goalkeepers must bring full GK gear

SUPERVISION AND RULES

Parents may be assured that all players receive 24 hours a day supervision. We make every effort to provide a program where campers will have fun while learning. We reserve the right to send any camper home, without a refund, if she does not conduct themselves in a manner that will enhance proper and safe learning, good sportsmanship and a willingness to follow directions.