HEAD COACH: KATIE STRIBLING
Coach Katie Stribling is a native to Northern Virginia and began her field hockey career at West Springfield High School; playing on both the JV and Varsity teams. She continued her passion for field hockey at the collegiate level while attending the University of Mary Washington, where she played all four years. She is a member of the 1993 UMW Hall of Fame Field Hockey Team.
Since then, Katie has invested in the sport of field hockey by becoming a USA Level 2 Certified Coach, and coaching at several high schools throughout Northern Virginia and Fairfax County. She dedicated the majority of her coaching career to Annandale High School, where she was the JV Head Coach and Varsity Assistant Coach for 16 years. During her time at Annandale high school Katie created a youth field hockey program in 2010 which focused on the development of 3rd through 8th graders. In 2015, Katie became the Head JV Coach at Woodson High School and fulfilled the position for 3 years. Currently, Katie is the Head Varsity Coach at Woodson High School.
Katie started NoVa Xtreme because she wanted girls to have a place to develop their field hockey skills in a positive and competitive environment. Xtreme's goal is to develop each athlete on an individual level in order to better prepare them for their high school team and future collegiate goals.
Coach Corin Inderbitzin-Brooks began playing field hockey her freshman year of high school at Annandale high school where she was awarded numerous honors by being recognized as an All-District, All-Region, All-State and All-Met athlete. She continued her field hockey career at the collegiate level while attending Bucknell University. Corin was as an All Conference athlete and recognized as "Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week" several times during her Junior year. As her Junior year progressed she was also picked to attend the NCAA Leadership Forum. Corin finished her collegiate field hockey career in Argentina as she played for The Universidad Nacional de Cuyo.
Corin continued to pursue her love for field hockey as a coach at Annandale high school and NoVa Xtreme.
Homegrown player/coach from Northern VA: played varsity at Robert E. Lee HS in Springfield
10 years of coaching experience at Mt. Vernon HS and South County HS
3 District Championship titles
2 -time District runner-up
Multiple Northern Region Quarter Final appearances
Multiple “Player of the Year” honors
Several former HS players are now collegiate players
Becca Williams, referred to as "Coach Becca” by her athletes, grew up in Northern Virginia and was a three sport varsity athlete at Robinson Secondary School. During her field hockey career she served as team captain both on the JV and Varsity teams, was 1st team all district her junior and senior year, 2nd team all region her senior year and was awarded the “Athlete of the Season” Booster award her senior year. She was also recruited and accepted to play in The Commonwealth Games her junior and senior years of high school. In the field hockey “off season”, Becca ran Varsity indoor and outdoor track beginning her freshman year. She won several district and regional championships while on the 4x400 team and most notably won a state championship her sophomore year. She was also accepted to compete at the infamous Penn Relays her sophomore, junior and senior years. She finished her high school career by again winning the “Athlete of the Season” Booster award for the spring track season.
Although Becca was recruited to play field hockey at the collegiate level, she accepted an academic scholarship to The University of Alabama, where she majored in Communicative Disorders. She currently works in the medical research field and is the Head JV and Assistant Varsity Field Hockey Coach at South County High School.
Becca strongly believes in a positive, fun and inclusive coaching style. Her athletes describe her as LOUD, upbeat and slightly sarcastic. You will always find her carrying around her red speaker playing music at practice and during warmups! Becca coaches Xtreme’s U16 travel team, as well as, the collegiate showcase teams.
Coach Jess began playing field hockey her freshman year of high school. She played varsity all four years at Mount Vernon High School where she was awarded several District, Regional and State Honors. She continued her field hockey career at Old Dominion University. While in college, she was selected for the Young Women’s National Championship two years in a row and was selected for U21 National Team Camp. She continues spreading her knowledge and love for the game as a coach at NoVa Xtreme.
Coach Cho grew up in Virginia Beach and attended Frank W. Cox High School. With several friends on the field hockey team and Coach McCallum being his mentor, it was at Cox High School where he found his passion for the sport. Throughout high school and college, Coach Cho dedicated time to study physique, and fundamentals of strength and conditioning. With his background and knowledge, he has trained, mentored, and supported others pursue their own physical fitness goals.
Coach Cho serves as the JV Field Hockey Coach at W. T. Woodson High School. Outside of teaching and coaching, he competes in USAPL Powerlifting Competitions, participates in Spartan Races, and engages in any other activity that challenges his own physical limits.
Coach Cho is USA Field Hockey - Level 1 certified.
Katie Thompson played for Lake Braddock Secondary School and Capitol Pegasus from 2013-2016. She went on to play at Randolph-Macon College from 2016-2020. While there, she helped rebuild the program under the then new head coach, Jess Weiss. Katie was also a member of the Randolph-Macon women’s lacrosse team, making her a two-sport college athlete. In addition to her time on the field, Katie has coached for Burke Athletic Club in both field hockey and lacrosse since 2013.
Katie graduated Cum Laude in May of 2020 with majors in Business and Communications and a minor in Economics, and in May of 2022 with a Master's in Public Policy at George Mason University.
Coach Madison grew up in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. She attended Central Bucks West High School, where she was a varsity field hockey and lacrosse athlete for all four years. She was recruited and played at Saint Joseph's University for two seasons, before picking up rugby. In addition to her time on the field, Madison coached club teams for both field hockey and lacrosse in Pennsylvania prior to moving to Washington, D.C. in 2018.
Outside of coaching, Madison works in higher education, focusing in marketing and communications. She's excited to continue spreading her love for the game with Nova Xtreme.
ANN MARIE BOYD
Ann Marie Boyd is native to Northern Virginia, a graduate from Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke and the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg. She was a four-year varsity starter in field hockey while attending Lake Braddock and a three-year varsity starter in basketball and softball as well. She was name to the All District and All Region Teams in both field hockey and softball. She continued her field hockey endeavors at Mary Washington where she made the ECAC All Conference Team both her junior and senior years. In addition, she was part of the 1988 team which advanced to the ECAC Championship. She has been an educator and coach for over thirty years. Her accolades include introducing field hockey to Prince William County by creating the first ever varsity field hockey team at Woodbridge Senior High School in Woodbridge, Virginia in 1990. Her team went on to the state semi-finals after only four years of existence. In addition, she has been a head junior varsity, and assistant varsity coach for multiple field hockey programs to include Paul VI, Westfield, Lake Braddock High Schools and presently works as the junior varsity field hockey and assistant varsity coach for softball at West Springfield. She has coached for the Nexus “Futures” Program for Olympic developmental players and is part of the Positive Coaches Alliance, the National Federation of High School Coaches, and a Level 2 trained U.S.A. Olympic Field Hockey Coach. Ann Marie looks forward to sharing her love of the game with the Xtreme family.
Born to a D1 field hockey player at Drexel, Coach Weinberg has field hockey in her veins. Northern Virginia native Coach Weinberg began her field hockey career in middle school playing SYA at the rec level. After falling in love with the sport she played at the club level for Rampage and later Pegasus. She played for four years at Chantilly High School. After taking a break from field hockey to play lacrosse at the club level in college, Coach Weinberg returned to the sport to serve as the JV coach for two years at Centreville High School.
Coach Weinberg is currently an elementary special education teacher in Arlington and uses her expertise of teaching to plan meaningful practices. Her hope is to inspire a love of the game, build sportsmanship, and establish healthy habits in young players.