Falcon Field Hockey is pleased to announce we will be holding a training session for Grades K-8!!
This training session is open to girls & boys entering grades K-8 from any town.
**Open to all skill levels, players may borrow a stick upon request based on height**
**There will be separate instruction for beginners and for goaltenders. Players will be divided by age/playing ability to maximize growth**
Training will focus on teaching the basics of field hockey and will include: individual stick skills, decision making, proper body positioning, & 1v1 situations. Each session will end with small games/scrimmages for players to demonstrate the skills they learn each day.
Dates: October 19th & November 2nd
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Haworth Public School, Turf Field (205 Valley Rd. Haworth, NJ)
Cost: $30 per session or both for $50
USE CODE: FALCON10 FOR $10 OFF!!
Registration: K-8 Field Hockey Training
About Coach Eden:
Coach Eden played field hockey at Montclair State University. As a Red Hawk, she played defense and midfield for the team. Coach Eden was an integral part of a successful senior year in 2003. That year Montclair State field hockey qualified for NCAA tournament for the first time in the program's history. Coach Eden was awarded the student-athlete award by the NCAA, which recognizes student-athletes with a 3.5 GPA or higher. Eden is currently an Assistant Coach at Ramapo College and also at Northern Highlands Regional High School. She is USA Field Hockey Level 2 certified, Safe Sport Training certified as well as CPR & AED trained. In 2018, Eden opened Falcon Field Hockey with the goal of growing the sport of field hockey for girls & boys through club team services and selling quality equipment.
Please note: All athletes must bring their own equipment including field hockey stick, shin guards, mouth guard, & water.
(A stick may be borrowed on a first come first serve basis. Sticks, shinguards & mouth guards available for purchase. Please email Coach Eden at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.)
Goalkeepers must bring their own protective equipment as well. If athletes are not properly equipped they will not be allowed to play. Sessions will not be made up in the case of inclement weather.