EPPING, NH - A highly competitive atmosphere surrounds the Regional Club Championships (RCC) every year as club teams battle it out to be one of 16 squads in the U-14 Girls, U-16 Girls and U-19 Girls...
The spring-like weather this past weekend in Epping was perfect, the fields were pristine, and the stage was set for one of the most exciting field hockey tournaments to date. And that’s exactly what...
Seacoast United Field Hockey kicked off its 2021 Tournament schedule this past weekend with the Indoor Winter Bash. The event, held at The Rim Sports Complex in Hampton, NH, was tremendously successful and a great way to kick off the year. With 38 teams and hundreds of participating players, there was plenty of great play, and a lot of promise was shown for Seacoast United Field Hockey.
Director of Seacoast United Field Hockey, Sarah Michaud added, “This past weekend was the first indoor tournament we have hosted since the pandemic began last year. Overall, the tournament prep was more time consuming than normal, but all of our hard work paid off and the event was a huge success.” Michaud went on to say, “All 38 teams in attendance were fantastic with following all of the protocols and guidelines we implemented, which created a very safe and competitive environment for game play. We look forward to hosting our next tournament at the end of the month.”
Seacoast United Field Hockey will be back at The Rim on January 30-31 for the Indoor Blizzard Bash Tournament. The Field Hockey staff looks forward to building upon the success of the Winter Bash at the end of the month. If you are interested in joining Seacoast United Field Hockey, please email Sarah Michaud at email@example.com. For more information on the program, and be sure to follow the official Seacoast United Field Hockey Facebook and Instagram pages!
The Seacoast United Field Hockey family has made its mark known throughout New Hampshire during the Fall High School season. Many of which have recently been honored and are great representatives of Seacoast United Field Hockey.
Jeannine Turgeon (Dover High School) and Maria Armaganian (Concord High School) were voted the NH D1 Co-Players of the year. Jeannine and Maria are teammates at Seacoast United in our U19 Elite group and are both playing D1 field hockey next year. Jeannine will be attending Columbia University and Maria will be attending Northeastern University. Both of these ladies play center midfield for their high school teams and each play a very big role in those programs. We are so proud of both and we could not have asked for better representatives of Seacoast United Field Hockey.
Not to be sold short, our very own Melissa Nawn was voted the NH D1 Coach of the Year as the coach of Timberlane High School. This is Melissa’s 3rd season coaching at Timberlane High School and her 9th year with Seacoast United. This season Melissa suffered a setback early on when her team had to quarantine for 2 weeks due to COVID-19. After that they came back with a vengeance and took down the #1 seed (Winnacunnet) to make it to the quarterfinals of the state tournament. Congrats to Coach Mel on a great season!
With so many of our own achieving success this fall in their high school seasons, and we are even more excited to get our own Winter Season underway. For more of Seacoast United Field Hockey head to our club page http://www.seacoastunited.com/clubs/field-hockey-club.
The Seacoast United Field Hockey program wrapped up its very own Northeast Regional Tournament this past weekend, with several Seacoast United teams finishing top of their group. The tournament, which took place July 15-18 at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, NH, was the only one to take place across the entire country and served as a regional event in place of the annal Regional Club Championships (RCCs). Due to the ongoing pandemic, the tournament was made up of U14, U16, and U19 divisions.
In addition to hosting a successful event with teams hailing from all around New...
Seacoast United Field Hockey is busy preparing for the upcoming 2020 Northeast Regional Tournament.
Due to the current pandemic the Regional Club Championships hosted by USFHA that take place each spring throughout the country were cancelled for the 2020 year. As a host site for previous Regional Club Championships Seacoast United has created an event to allow for the top teams within the Northeast Region to participate in a competitive tournament this summer.
The Club will host the Under-14 and Under-16 and Under-19 age groups at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, NH over the course of four days. Each team will have a chance to compete against each other in a highly competitive atmosphere.
Director of Field Hockey, Sarah Michaud, had this to say about the upcoming event, “We feel extremely lucky to be able to provide these playing opportunities for our athletes and other teams across New England. These past few months have been challenging for all of us and we are so happy to be back on the field again.” Michaud went on to say, “With new the protocols and procedures in place, our number one priority is to ensure that all of the players and coaches remain safe. We are all in this together!”
All three Northeast Regional events will take place at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, NH.
U14 Northeast Regional Tournament: July 17th & 18th
U16 Northeast Regional Tournament: July 15th & 16th
U19 Northeast Regional Tournament: July 17th & 18th
The tournament is still accepting applications for the event. Interested groups are encouraged to email Melissa Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seacoast United Sports Club is expanding its online Grassroots program and rolling out its first ever field hockey version. Since the club suspended all facilities and programs due to stay-at-home ordinances, Seacoast United has been rolling out weekly at home workouts for all soccer, baseball, softball, field hockey and lacrosse players. Adopting the same approach as schools, these new programs mirror the remote learning lessons that students are currently participating in across New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine with a focus on physical activity.
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Seacoast United Field Hockey is extremely excited to be sending 8 teams to the National Indoor Tournament this year. The 8 teams will be two U12 teams, two U14 teams, two U16 teams and two U19 teams.
This is the first year the club has sent teams at the U12 level, which is a testament to how far the program has evolved in recent years. The National Indoor Tournament will begin Friday February 14th, with the U14 age groups in Lancaster, PA. Coaches Melissa Nawn and Caitlyn Mitchell will be there to kick things off, and are really looking forward to seeing how the teams compete against some of...