Field Hockey Life
Our spring season begins in March and takes place on turf in Columbus.
During the spring, athletes have two very exciting, yet different, programs to register for. Our staff teaches advanced skills and helps each player take the next step in their game. These practices allow Olympian, Keli Smith Puzo, and staff the opportunity to give athletes very specific instruction on the newest technical skills and breakdown difficult tactical situations to ensure that players begin looking at the game through different and more intriguing eyes.
Specific times and dates will be announced soon!
Prices will be posted as soon as the program's time and dates are released.
what to bring
1. Outdoor FH stick
2. Shin guards
3. Mouth guard
4. GK equipment (goalkeepers only)
5. Water bottle
6. Medical Waiver (new athletes only)
7. Notebook and pen or pencil (training academy only)
Each spring we offer a variety of programs that give options to all kinds of players with a variety of goals.
Training and Goalkeeping Academy: Our Academy is comprised of challenging practices where U14, U16, and U19 athletes will follow a curriculum that involves technical, tactical, and agility training. All Academy practices are held one night a week for 1.5 - 2 hours. During this time, our players will compete in an intense agility training, followed by technical and tactical training. Players participating in our Academy will have the option to participate in a variety of competitive playing opportunities.
Spring Play Days:
FHL will have opportunities for those interested athletes to travel to a variety of NCAA universities where games allow them to put their skills to use and show off their skills to college programs.
Elite Team: FHL selected U14, U16 and U19 athletes will train together in preparation for the Regional Club Championship and Midwest Classic Tournament Games. This group of players will have the chance to represent the midwest region on the national stage in July at the National Club Championship.