SUMMER FIELD HOCKEY
SCAA and NOVA FIELD HOCKEY XTREME
FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER CAMP
RUN BY GUEST COACHES
KATIE HASTINGS and JAMIE GRANT
Time: 9am -12pm
SOUTH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
SCAA in partnership with Nova Field Hockey Xtreme are excited to have Katie Hastings and Jamie Grant, coaches at Transylvania University, running our summer camp.
This Camp is open to all middle and high school players regardless of your club or high school team.
Middle school players will gain valuable skills and high school players will be prepared for their high school tryouts.
Grade is based on the 2021-2022 school year.
NOVA FIELD HOCKEY XTREME AND ANNANDALE HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO BRING YOU 4 FIELD HOCKEY CLINICS.
WHEN: JUNE 22, 29, JULY 6, 13
WHERE: ANNANDALE HIGH SCHOOL
TIME: 6-8 PM
COST: $100 OR $25 per session
Clinics will be a combination of skills, scrimmages, and conditioning. They will improve your overall skills and have the high school players ready for tryouts. You can sign up for all 4 or as many that fit your summer schedule.
Payment will be collected on the first day of clinics.
Checks made payable to Annandale High School Boosters.
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FALL FIELD HOCKEY
Registration for U12 and U14 Club, Academy and Rec
will open in August.
- Our highest level of competition
- Practice once or twice a week
- Travel to tournaments
- Teams selected based on a tryout
- Age group: U14 and U12
- March - June
- Our intermediate program
- Practice once a week
- League play with local games
- All players selected for a team
- Age group: U14, U12, U10
- Our developmental league
- Clinics once a week
- One or Two local play days
- Age group: Kindergarten - 8th Grade
- Run in partnership with SCAA
- April - May
USA GUIDELINES TO RETURN TO PLAY FIELD HOCKEY
- Limit training groups to 15 or less
- Limit coaches to 3 or less
- Limit attendance to those that can confirm no symptoms of COVID-19 for the past 14 days.
- Minimize changes in small group participants - assign groups and keep them the same
- Don’t allow parents and spectators to stay at the facility, only drop off and pick up
- Coaches handle all shared equipment - balls, cones,etc
- Athletes use own water bottle, towels, and personal hygiene products
- No high fives or handshakes
- Focus on drills that allow for social distancing to be maintained