GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY
2018 Camp Details
FIELD HOCKEY CAMP IS FULL
To be added to the waitlist - please email Courtney Osier at email@example.com
Dates: Tuesday, July 31 - Friday, August 3
Details: $329, Day
Extended Day Camp Hours:
Day 1: 12:00pm-8:30pm
Day 2: 9:00am-8:30pm
Day 3: 9:00am-8:30pm
Day 4: 9:00am-12:00pm
Director: Susan Ciufo
Registration: Individual/Family Registration
Stonehill Field Hockey Camp is a great opportunity for athletes to learn offensive and defensive strategies and skills from championship NCAA level coaches. The camp offers several different options for you to attend. You can come to extended day camp or overnight camp. The staff will work with each camper individually and in group settings to help increase their fundamental skills and knowledge.
- Instruction from championship NCAA level coaches
- Fundamental skill instruction
- Daily competition in large and small groups
- Evening games
- Held at Stonehill’s premier turf athletic facility – W.B. Mason Stadium
The camp director is, Susan Ciufo enters her second season as the head coach of the Skyhawks. In her first season she had an impressive 14-7 record where her team made it to the Northeast-10 Conference Championship game and won. They lost in the NCAA Division II National Semifinals. Ciufo coached three All Northeast-10 Conference players, two All-Rookie Notheast-10 players and three NFHCA All-American players all in her first season as Head Coach with the Skyhawks. She also coached Erika Kelly, the Northeast-10 player of the year, NFHCA East Region Player of the Year and the NFHCA Division II Player of the year. Ciufo, a 2011 graduate of Drexel, was a four-year starter and ranks second in program history with 58 goals and 140 points in 84 career games. Ciufo has also spent four years on the U.S. Women's IndoorNational Team.
During her two seasons as an assistant coach under long-time head coach Denise Zelenak at Drexel, Ciufo worked with both the forwards and goalkeepers, preparing practice plans and developing their individual skills for game day. She had a focus on breaking down game film and recruiting student-athletes from across the country. The Dragons posted a 23-15 (.605) overall record in her two seasons as an assistant coach, including a 6-6 mark in the Colonial Athletic Association, posting a pair of wins over nationally-ranked University of Iowa in 2013 and Temple University in 2014. Drexel earned a spot in the 2013 CAA semifinals, posting a 13-7 record overall, including 4-2 in the CAA.
We look forward to seeing you at camp this summer!