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2016 USA Field Hockey Annual Report

2016 USA Field Hockey Annual Report

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With 2016 as an Olympic Games year, the key point inevitably was the Summer Games. As the field hockey community knows, Rio was great and
we are so proud of our U.S. Women’s National Team’s fifth place finish. There was much that happened in our sport in addition to those two weeks in
Now is a good time to reflect on the progress the USWNT has made. For a team to progress from 12th at the London 2012 Olympic Games to 5th in
Rio, is some achievement of the leadership of Craig Parnham The talent and sheer effort put in by the whole women’s team over a sustained period is
to be admired. The squad’s bronze medal finish at Champions Trophy in London drew recognition from many, and those inside the program
recognized the USWNT very well could have medaled in Rio. Sport can provide highs as well as lows. What our USWNT did achieve, is they brought
our sport to the attention of millions of inspired viewers on the NBC channels. This year saw the final performances of the incredible careers of
three-time Olympians Rachel Dawson and Lauren Crandall, two legends of our sport. As we enter the new quad, or four-year cycle, we welcome new
leadership as Janneke Schopman took of the women’s program and Rutger Weise was appointed the head coach of the men’s team.
With eyes on the present with so much programming from the grassroots to the Olympic Games, the organization also gazes ahead looking at the
long-term. Throughout the year, the Board of Directors, staff and many members contributed behind-the-scenes to the development of the Strategic
Plan 2017-2024 through surveys, interviews and focus groups. This process reinforced that while we all experience field hockey through our own lens,
we are all unified in our desire to grow the game. This central cause is what binds our sport together and as leaders, we are determined to follow
through on our commitment to grow the game. Sally Goggin, our National Development Director, joined the organization in January and continues to
make great strides in providing tools and inspiration to those growing field hockey in their communities. The FUNdamental Field Hockey program
distributed grants to 295 start-up programs through 2016.
We are determined to strengthen the infrastructure of our sport by investing in a more robust coach education pathway with inspired and trained
coaches teaching our sport. We believe this will lead to athletes having richer experiences developing in field hockey and encouraging their friends to
join too. At the beginning of 2017, Craig moved into the lead role as our Director of Coach Education and Learning. This initiative is central to our
sports long-term success.
As our organization continues to develop, last year we set new record high across a number of metrics including membership having more than
26,000 members, digital media with just short of a million website users as well as our Olympic Games and FIH tournament performances. We

recognize that the most important metric of all is participation, and with that
we want more people to choose field hockey as the sport they are playing.

Lastly, I want to congratulate the 2016 NCAA College National Champions,
the University of Delaware (DI), Shippensburg University (DII) and Messiah
College (DIII). And congratulations to 2016 National Club Championship
winners Princeton (U-19) and WC Eagles (U-16 and U-14). And the biggest
congratulations of all is to those who put on field hockey experiences that
allow so many people to gain such joy from our sport and to the many
who volunteer to teach our game to young people. You have my utmost
admiration, you are the ones making an important and positive impact.

USA Field Hockey
Executive Director

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MEMBER SERVICES DIRECTOR As of December 31, 2016



The U.S. Men’s National Team (USMNT) continued to develop throughout 2016. They had nine months to prepare for their big inte

Competition during the course of the year allowed a number of younger USMNT athletes to gain further international experience. T
traveled north to take on Canada in a four match series. As their first competition of 2016, Team USA met up against a highly worl
against a strong opponent while allowing five athletes on the U-21 USMNT to earn their first international cap for the red, white and
to help the USMNT prepare for their only international event of the year.

In late September, Team USA traveled to Salamanca, Mexico for FIH Hockey World League Round 1. Knowing that the top place
put on a dominate performance to secure that spot. The red, white and blue accumulated an impressive 33 goals over the course
also walked away from the tournament earning all three of the event’s awards.

At the conclusions of 2016 and after 8 years of service, 6 years with the men’s program, USMNT’s head coach Chris Clements ste


First Place

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The first competition for the U.S. Men’s National Team in 2016, NATE O’L
was against a Rio 2016 Olympic Games bound team. The four 1S
match series against Canada saw many younger USMNT athletes
gain valuable experience against a highly ranked and strong 50TH INJTOEHRNNNATYIOONRAOLZCCAOP 100TH INTERNAWT
international opponent. Five USMNT athletes earned their first
international cap for the red, white and blue.

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The USMNT had a dominate performance at the FIH Hockey
World League Round 1 tournament to finish undefeated and
as champions to secure a spot at FIH Hockey World League
Round 2 in March 2017. The 6-1 final win over Barbados
added to USA's 33 goals while only allowing two over the four
match tournament. Going into the final, the USMNT was
familiar with their opponent as they had played Barbados in
the first game and came out on top with a 3-1 victory. With
the roster that represented the USA, the squad developed their
play throughout the week culminating in a dominant performance in
the final.

Team USA also won three awards at the tournament, Will Holt
was named the Top Goal Scorer of the Tournament and Player of
the Tournament, while Sean Cicchi earned Young Player of the

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ernational event as they missed qualifying for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The USMNT had a week-long training camp in Chula Vista, Calif. before they
ld ranked and Rio bound team. The competition proved valuable experience
d blue. Another five-day training camp was held following the Canada series

team would advance to FIH Hockey World League Round 2, the USMNT
of the four-match tournament while only conceding two. Team USA

epped down from the organization.






A year full of preparation for the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT), 2016’s calendar was jam-packed as the squad adjusted
three test match series, earning a bronze medal at a major international event and having an experience of a lifetime at the Rio 20

Competition began when Team USA hosted Canada at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif. in February. As part of th
their opponent 23-1. In May, Team USA hosted and swept Chile in a three-match test series in Lancaster, Pa. This was before set
quenched a 20 year FIH medal drought by securing bronze in a shootout at this event. As a final prep before heading to Brazil, the
game, three team joint series saw Team USA suffer their first loss at the Home of Hockey to also Olympic Games bound India.

To finish out the year, the USWNT traveled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Making a dramati

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The U.S. Women’s National Team’s first Third Place
competition of the year, came when they hosted LONDON, ENGLAND
Canada at the Olympic Training Center in Chula
Vista, Calif. Team USA showed dominant JCuiltyi 1R8io- 2S6e|nLda-nOcaffstSere,rPiea.s 50TH INTERNE
performances across all four matches in the test
series and even outscored our northern In their first matches on U.S. turf before traveling to JULIA REINPR
neighbor, 23-1. Brazil, the USWNT hosted India and Canada for a 1
combined three-match series. In front of sold out
USA vs. Chile Test Series, crowds to maximum capacity, fans watched as Team 200TH INTER
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goal scoring performance that lead to a victory against
In preparation before Champions Trophy, the Canada.
USWNT hosted Chile in a three-match test series in
Lancaster, Pa. Presented by Eastern Alliance, Team At the conclusion of the series, Citi presented the
USA swept the series with scores of 2-0, 2-0 and 2-1. Player of the Series Award, which was given to Katie
This event marked a total of 14 wins and zero losses Bam.
for Team USA at the Home of Hockey.
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Following the conclusion of the final match, Eastern
Alliance presented the Player of the Series Award, A full recap of the USWNT’s performance at the
which was given to Julia Reinprecht. Rio 2016 Olympic Games can be found on
page 14 and 15.
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Team USA 2016 Retirements
Featuring the world’s top six ranked teams, the
USWNT traveled to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to Rachel Dawson: 298 international caps
face Australia, Argentina, Great Britain, New Zealand Lauren Crandall: 279 international caps
and The Netherlands at Champions Trophy. Finishing
1-2-2 before crossovers, Team USA found
themselves in the 3rd/4th place game against
Australia. USA brought tremendous fight but regulation
finished tied at 2-2, resulting in a shootout. The
combination of Jackie Briggs’ unwavering on-point
reactions defending the cage and Melissa Gonzalez’s
goal creating a 1-0 score, secured the bronze medal
and a 20 year FIH medal drought for the USA.

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d and prepped for the ever important Olympic Games. The year consisted of hosting
016 Olympic Games.
he team’s west coast training block, Team USA swept the series and outscored
tting off to Champions Trophy in London, England in June. The USWNT
e USWNT hosted the Citi Rio Send-Off Series in Lancaster, Pa. This three
ic statement in pool play, Team USA finished in 5th place.






It was a busy year for the U.S. U-21 Men’s and Women’s National Team, as both the men’s and women’s Junior Pan American Ch
World Cup were held in 2016. The year consisted of multiple training camp weekends and a preparation test series for each progr

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Played at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., the U.S. U-21 Men’s After their Januar
National Team battled against Canada in preparation for the Junior Men’s Pan Junior Women’s
American Championship in a four-game series. After an 8-0 loss in the first game, and multiple scrim
Team USA worked to cut the goal deficit in half in match two by making the as Team USA ha
needed adjustments. The third match was a physical and high energy battle Mexico and Trini
that ended in a 3-0 Canada victory. The U-21 USWNT continued the high play while outsco
level play and fought Canada to a final 2-1 score in game four. Although event finishers qu
Canada held a distinct edge on the scoreboard, Team USA narrowed defeat Barbados
the gap each game as they gained international experience. Semifinals. Team
they claimed silve
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In a pool with Argentina, Trinidad & Tobago and Puerto Rico, the
U-21 USMNT knew they had a tough road ahead. Team USA Seco
came out hot and defeated Puerto Rico 8-0. Their second TA
match against Argentina was a battle from the start and
although they kept the Los Leones to a 2-0 halftime score, NWoovmemebne’rs2H3o- cDkeeceymJbuenr i4o|rSWanotrialdg
their hard work came unraveled in the second when
Argentina went on to win 9-0. In the final pool game, The U-21 USWNT finished the JWC tourname
the USMNT fell to Trinidad & Tobago, 5-1. In the first match, they defeated Zimbabwe 10-
5-1 in game two and finished pool play with a 3
This put Team USA into a Quarterfinal match Pan American foes Argentina in the Quarterfin
against Mexico. The U-21 USMNT found form tremendous effort, lost 2-1. In another close ma
when it counted and recorded a fantastic defeated by Belgium 2-1 before meeting Engla
come-from behind 3-2 victory to advance to match. England capitalized on their chances to
the Semifinals. Team USA suffered defeat by a score margin of 3-1. The U-21 USWNT fin
to Argentina again by a score of 10-0. in 8th place.
This put the U-21 USMNT in the bronze
medal match against Chile. Despite
taking an early lead, the U-21 USMNT came up short against a
strong and powerful Chile team, 4-1, to finish fourth overall.

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hampionship and pending qualification the men’s and women’s Hockey Junior

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The U.S U-21 Women’s National Team welcomed Great Britain to Lancaster,
Pa. with a five-game series at Spooky Nook Sports. Team USA split the first
two matches, losing the first by a score of 2-1 and prevailing in the second,
4-0. The U-21 USWNT finished the series strong by adding two more
victories and a tie. In match three, Great Britain took an early lead but
Team USA responded quickly, broke the tie and added another. The
theme of high tempo continued in game four when back and forth
goals between teams ultimately ended in a 3-3 draw. The anticipation
in the final game held very true as Great Britain reacted off the
starting whistle, burying a shot into the goal. Trading goals,
USA would defend strong to secure a 4-3 victory.


ry series, the U-21 USWNT refined in the months before the
Pan American Championship with training camp weekends
mmages against college teams. The grit and grind paid off
ad an impressive showing. Placed in a pool with Canada,
idad & Tobago, the U-21 USWNT cruised through pool
oring their opponents 24 to 1. Knowing that the top-two
ualified for the Junior World Cup, they went on to
s 11-0 in the Quarterfinals and Chile 5-0 in the
m USA then faced Argentina in the final where
er and the qualification.


ond Place

dgoC, Cuphile

ent with two wins and four losses.
-0. They fell to The Netherlands
3-2 win over Korea. They met
nals and despite a
atch-up, they were
and in the 7th/8th place
o defeat Team USA
nished the JWC



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U.S. Masters sent four teams, two men’s and two women’s, to Australia in March to represent the United States at the FIH Masters World Cup
highly ranked masters teams like Australia, England, Germany, New Zealand and South Africa, the U.S. Masters Teams battled the competitio

U.S. O-40 Men’s Masters Team

The O-40 Men competed against some strong and quick teams in their six team pool. Team USA struggled to make the most of scoring oppo
showed as they could not translate a goal in the first three matches. The endless fight and continued high press put the O-40 Men in a battle in
against Malaysia. The game finished with a 2-1 loss but Team USA showed much improvement and the desire to never quit. The final two gam
did not go their way but the O-40 Men continued to perform as a unit and fight until the end.

U.S. O-50 Men’s Masters Team

The U.S. O-50 Men’s Masters Team had a tough pool featuring seven other countries. Team USA tied their first two matches and lost the follo
before meeting Canada in the preliminary game of the 5th to 8th place playoffs. The O-50 Men were under great pressure to win this match to
move up the world ranking ladder. An overall great team performance from Team USA resulted in a much deserved victory. The O-50 Men m
strong and very experience South Africa team, who had just beaten Malaysia 6-4 the previous day, in the 5th/6th place game. Showing great m
and patience, Team USA played their familiar game and forced South Africa to see little possession. A great goal for the USA and several pen

U.S. O-40 Women’s Masters Team

In a pool with Australia, Australia II, England, New Zealand and Wales, the O-40 Women had a tough road ahead. They started out strong in
offensive play helped the U.S. O-40 Women’s Masters Team claim fifth place.

U.S. O-45 Women’s Masters Team

This age division featured just four teams including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and USA. The O-45 Women were persistent through
match in 8 days and third against each other, both fatigue and strategy were key factors. South Africa won the first two games, both close matc


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The U.S. Women’s National Indoor Team and U.S. U-18 Women’s National Indoor Team traveled to Toronto, Canada to compete in a Canad
Both teams played three matches against Canada during the two days.

The Indoor USWNT started off with a 4-1 win but Canada came from behind twice in the second game to earn a 2-2 draw. In the final match, U
but Canada scored three unanswered field goals to win 3-1 and tie the series. In the deciding penalty shoot out, the teams were tied 1-1 after t
missed the next attempt and USA put the shot away to win the series.

During the U-18 Indoor USWNT event, Team USA swept the series outright with three decisive wins. In the first match, the score was 0-0 at h
had a quick succession of goals to get a comfortable 8-0 win. Six USA athletes got on the score sheet in the second game as Team USA defe
In the final match, USA took an early lead only to see Canada tie it a few minutes later. Following the halftime break, Team USA extended the
adding seven more goals for a 8-1 victory.

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p. Competing against some
ion over the 9 day event.

ortunities and the result
n their fourth match
ames of the event

owing two
o help them
met a
nalty corners for South Africa that were defended successfully gave Team USA a much deserved fifth place win.

the event earning a victory over England but their only other win would come in their final game against Australia. Tenacious defense and solid

hout the event but did not earn a win in their first six games. They met South Africa on the last day and with both teams playing in their seventh
tches of 2-1 and 2-0. After regulation stood tied 1-1, the U.S. O-45 Women’s Masters Team earned the bronze in a thrilling shootout victory.


da American Indoor Test Series.

USA got off to a good start
the first round. Canada

halftime before USA
eated Canada 9-2.
e score margin by



On the electric lime and cobalt blue turf in Rio de Janeiro, the U.S. Olympic Women’s Field Hockey Team made history. A roster o
accumulated the most United States’ wins in the sport to date at the Olympic Games. It marked a true achievement for field hocke
the international squad had grown and developed since landing in last place at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

In pool play, the USWNT topped both global hockey powerhouses Argentina (FIH Hero World Ranked No. 2) and Australia (FIH H
score of 2-1. Continuing in their preliminary schedule, Team USA rose above Japan, 6-1, as well as India with a score of 3-0. Grea
Champions, was USA’s final pool play competitor who defeated the USWNT, dashing their near spotless record, with a 2-1 win. Te
Quarterfinal match and despite undeniable heart and hustle presented in USA’s pitch performance, the USWNT fell to Germany 2-

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Team USA’s first game of pool play opened against their Pan American rivals, Having met and split their two matches prior to The Game
Argentina. Early, both teams were tested defensively and no opportunity was game was going to be a real test. Momentum went in f
capitalized on keeping the halftime score locked at zeroes. Eager to get on the could change the locked zeros. In the final minute of the
board in the second half, USA drove forward with momentum and scored off a off a reverse shot into the net. Japan would continue to be
low angle shot that tipped off Argentina’s goalkeeper’s pads to make it 1-0. strong defensive unit limited those opportunities. The US
Aggressive attack continued in the fourth quarter when the USWNT converted off the third quarter and added a reassurance goal in the four
a drag flick deflect to go up by two goals. Argentina responded with a goal of their
own but couldn’t find the equalizer before time ran out, securing a 2-1 victory for SUaStAur1davys,.AGurgeuastt B1r3i,ta2i0n126
Team USA.
The USWNT faced off against Great Britain in the final po
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Eager after a scoreless first half, Team USA found the ba
Australia came out with high pressure testing USA’s defense early to create shot from the top of the circle. Great Britain continued to
multiple scoring opportunities. Team USA answered with many chances of their corner, the ball was sent back to the inserter who plac
own but it wouldn’t be until just before halftime when the scoreboard would redirected in to tie the game. Great Britain wasted no tim
change. Off a USWNT penalty corner, a slip at the top was straight swept into the pass inside the circle that was redirected in to give Great B
left corner of the goal to give USA a 1-0 lead. In the second half, a hard foul
resulted in a 10-minute yellow card for an Australian player and a penalty corner MQuonadrtaeyr,fiAnuaglsu:sUt 1S5A, 210v1s6. Germany 2
for Team USA. Although the initial shot was blocked, the rebound was sent back
in and the USWNT extended the lead to 2-0. Australia would be resilient and As play transitioned from end line to end line, both the U
notch a goal to cut the lead but it would be Team USA who would out muscle physicality to try and capitalize on the attacking mom
Australia to secure the 2-1 win. Germany sent a long ball into their circle and found an o
Off the rebound, the back of the goal was located to
UWSeAdn6esvdsa. yJ,aApuagnu1st 10, 2016 Germany added another in the 14th minute off a c
A determined Team USA worked possession into their cir
It took 15 seconds before Team USA got on the scoreboard in a thrilling match deflected in by a German defender to cut the lead. D
against Japan. After 5 minutes of play, the USWNT extended the lead by one. hustle presented, the USWNT fell to Germany 2-1, en
Play continued to be in Team USA’s favor as they added two more to the goal Games campaign.
margin, one off a penalty corner just before halftime and the fourth coming when
the ball was stripped from a Japan defender’s stick deep in USA’s attacking end.
With less than 10 minutes to go before the buzzer, Japan would add a tally to the
scoreboard but not before the USWNT added two more goals to make the final
score USA 6, Japan 1.

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of 16 athletes, the nation’s supreme talent,
ey in the United States as it showed how much

Hero World Ranked No. 3) with the same
at Britain, eventual Rio 2016 Olympic
eam USA took on Germany in the
-1, ending their Olympic Games campaign.

es in Lancaster, Pa., the USWNT knew the
favor of Team USA early but no outcome
first quarter, the USWNT got on the board
e presented with chances but Team USA’s
SWNT capitalized on a close range shot in
rth to claim the 3-0 victory.

ool play match. With both teams competing
eloped a dramatic duel until the bitter end.
ack of the goal in the third quarter on a hard
o present forward threats and off a penalty
ced it across the goalmouth where it was
me post goal and moments later sent a long
Britain the 2-1 advantage.

USWNT and Germany used
mentum. In the 8th minute,
open striker on the right post.

give Germany a 1-0 edge.
close range backhand goal.
ircle, shot on target and it was
Despite undeniable heart and
nding Team USA’s Olympic


In 2016, USA Field Hockey’s Membership continued its upward trend. The U-12 Age Division
experienced an impressive 13.23 percent leap from 2015. This shows that more young participants
are being drawn to our sport more than ever before, and programs such as FUNdamental Field
Hockey, coupled with events like Summer Bash at the Beach, have greatly improved the offerings
for this age group. Forming this solid foundation will only continue to improve the quantity and
quality of play in the United States. Coach Membership ranked second in amount of growth
with a 7.02 percent increase. With the elevated focus on the Coach Education Program and
revamped certification program, these members have access to higher levels of training and
resources, only adding to their set of tools to grow the game. Temporary Memberships rose 3.30
percent in the last year, showcasing an increase number of participants in USA Field Hockey’s
Sanctioned Events, including California Cup, Junior Premier Indoor and Outdoor Leagues and
Baltimore Field Hockey Association’s Beach Bash. The introduction of the Collegiate Membership in
2016 also expanded the opportunities to keep athletes involved at the college level and beyond. In
2017, USA Field Hockey looks to expand our membership reach by providing more resources and
benefits to all athletes, coaches, umpires and fans that make up the USA Field Hockey Family.

Members by Type Members by Region

TYPE JAN. 1, 2016 - % CHANGE JAN. 1, 2015 - REGION JAN. 1, 2016 - % CH
DEC. 31, 2016 CURR./PRIOR DEC. 31, 2015 DEC. 31, 2016 CURR.

U-12 Membership 4,177 13.23% 3,689 Northeast Region 3,375 7.2
U-19 Membership 16,584 -0.14% 16,607 Region 4 - New York 2,704 -2.6
Adult Membership 1,244 -3.64% 1,291 Region 5 - Pennsylvania 5,261 4.0
Coach Membership 2,057 7.02% 1,922 Region 6 - New Jersey 2,436 2.2
Collegiate Membership Region 7 - Chesapeake 3,291 -2.1
Umpire Membership 82 - - 2,741 10.
Lifetime Membership 767 0.26% 765 Region 8 - South 1,731 -1.9
Temporary Membership 610 5.53% 578 Region 9 - Great Lakes 2,006 17.
939 3.30% 909 2,460 -5.3
TOTALS 26,460 2.71% 25,761 Region 10 - Central 455 -4.6
Region 11 - West 26,460 2.7




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HANGE JAN. 1, 2015 -
./PRIOR DEC. 31, 2015

21% 3,48
66% 2,778
01% 5,058
27% 2,382

17% 3,364
.44% 2,482
93% 1,765
.52% 1,707
38% 2,600
61% 477
71% 25,761

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The Futures Program is dedicated to developing the top athletes in each region, identifying the most talented CJ
athletes in the nation and cultivating the Olympic Games athletes of tomorrow.
Since its establishment in 1990, the Futures Program has been the start of many athletes’ Olympic Games S
journeys. In 2016, 4,892 of the top high school and middle school athletes who aspire to play at an elite P
level participated in the Futures Program.
In 2016, USA Field Hockey’s Futures Program was an elite training experience that consisted of 21 t
hours of training by some of the top coaches in the country. The Futures Program is the start of r
the Olympic Development Pipeline and nearly all U.S. Women’s National Team members H
participated in the program. The Futures Program has also become one of the premier a
collegiate recruiting opportunities in the United States. o
4,892 C
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The Regional Futures Tournaments (RFT), presented by Harrow Sports, took
place across all of USA Field Hockey’s nine regions. These tournaments
included approximately 3,600 athletes from the 2016 Futures Program, and
after seven regular Futures sessions, the RFT gave athletes the opportunity
to showcase their skills in a tournament setting. The RFT is the selection
tournament for the newly created regional team structure for the U-16
and U-19 Age Divisions. Athletes who participated in the RFT had the
opportunity to be selected to advance to the National Futures Championship.

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The Young Women’s National Championship (YWNC) serves as a
structured competition. It is also the selection avenue for the U-21
well as an additional platform for consideration for the U.S. Wome
The YWNC included 136 athletes that were selected from their reg
centers across the United States.

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In 2016, USA Field Hockey added STX Select, sponsored by STX. This new eve

combined U-17 and U-19 training camp along with a four team tournament over

Select included the top athletes in the country and was the final selection opport

coveted spot on the U-17 and U-19 USWNT. This event included 72 athletes tha

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New in 2016 was the introduction of the Regional Training Camps. These
camps were implemented to provide the newly selected U-16 and U-19
regional teams the opportunity to train together in preparation for the
National Futures Championship. The camp consisted of 16-20 hours
of training over a 2-day weekend. The head coaches prepared
sessions consisting of skill sessions, classroom and video review
along with team bonding opportunities.

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The Citi National Futures Championship (NFC), presented by Harrow
Sports, continues to be the premier championship event for the Futures
Program and Olympic Development Pipeline. Approximately 15 percent
of the 4,892 athletes were selected from the RFT to the NFC. The
newly created U-16 and U-19 regional teams competed together at
this event. The U-14 Age Division continued to compete as mixed
region teams. In addition to the regional focus, USA Field
Hockey also included a Stars & Stripes Elite Game for each
age division. The all-star game format was the first selection
opportunity for athletes that attended the NFC. Additional
selection chances from NFC include Junior National
Camp, AAU Junior Olympic Games, STX Select and
U.S. Women’s Junior National Teams.


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USA Field Hockey’s largest events. A total of 586 U-16 and U-19 presented by 4U Sp
teams battled it out at 14 different locations for a chance to qualify, increase in registra
and be among the top 40 percent of teams, to compete at the additional regionaliz
2016 National Indoor Tournament. U-10, U-12 and U-1
Hockey aims to con
NITQ Locations: Collegeville, Pa., Downingtown, Pa., Feasterville, Pa., offerings around thi
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the National Indoor Tournament, presented by YOLO International Polo Club. The 2016 Festival
Sportswear. Playing in each division were three Boy’s several new ancillary offerings for athletes,
U-17 teams, five Adult Men’s teams, four Adult and spectators that enhanced the tournam
Women’s teams, 10 U-10 Co-Ed teams, 70 U-21 experience both on and off the field.
Co-Ed teams, 138 U-14 teams, 120 U-16 teams
and 120 U-19 teams. The ancillary events were the College vs. C
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battled it out at Regional Club Championships
(RCC), presented by Harrow Sports, within their 9.39 PERCENT INCREASE FROM 20
respective regions for a chance to qualify for
the National Club Championship. The 13
location event promotes regional play and
an opportunity for additional college

RCCs Locations: Bel Air, Md., Branch, N.J., Chula Vista, Calif.,
Elkridge, Md., Epping, N.H., Manheim, Pa., Maryland Heights, Mo.,
Matthews, N.C., Princeton, N.J., Sewell, N.J., Spring City, Pa.,
Providence, R.I., Virginia Beach, Va.

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The premier event, hosted at Spooky Nook Sports in
ancaster, Pa., matches up the top club teams in the
ountry as they chase the U-14, U-16 and U-19

National Club Championship, presented by
Harrow Sports, title. WC Eagles claimed gold
n the U-14 and U-16 Age Divisions. Princeton
FHC won first place in the U-19 Age Division.

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Qualified coaches are critical to the long-term growth and success of our sport, and the development of coaches plays a
pivotal role in ensuring sustainable athlete success from grassroots to the high performance level. USA Field Hockey’s
Coaching Education Program (CEP) has been developed by some of the most prominent experts in the game to welcome
and mentor new coaches as well as inspire and assist veteran coaches, including those who coach professionally.

The CEP made major strides in 2016, launching the new Level 1 and Level 2 Instructional Coaching Courses,
accreditation program and offering many tools, resources and avenues for coach education and learning.

USA Field Hockey Coach Membership reached an all-time high in 2016 with 2,057 Coach Members, up almost
7 percent from 2015. We hope our Coach Membership base will continue to grow as we increase the value and
benefits of coach membership and further engage the field hockey coaching community through professional
development offerings and enhanced educational resources.


Level 1 Instructional Coaching Clinics Team USA Mobi

Designed for individuals with a basic knowledge and understanding of the game of field hockey who want USA Field Hockey continued t
to learn and improve, a Level 1 Instructional Coaching Clinic is the perfect opportunity for professional in 2016 on the Team USA Mo
development and local networking. free access to field hockey spe
includes resources provided by
Twelve Level 1 Clinics were held in 2016, training a total of 218 coaches and facilitated by 25 trained topics such as nutrition, streng
Level 1 Coach Educators. These numbers will grow exponentially in 2017 as more Coach Educators
are trained to facilitate these standardized courses throughout each region of the country. Videos were strategically poste
Feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with 97 percent of survey respondents rating the college pre-seasons to get ma
course outstanding (49 percent) or very good (48 percent).

Level 2 Instructional Coaching Clinics

USA Field Hockey’s Level 2 Instructional Coaching Clinics were launched and optimized
in 2016. The Level 2 Clinic is a 14-hour offering that expands on several of the topics
covered in the Level 1 Clinic and challenges participants to further define and evaluate
their individual coaching philosophies, styles and techniques while encouraging
self-assessment. Additionally, coaches work in groups to share best practices
and receive peer feedback in a comfortable and encouraging environment.

Two Level 2 Clinics were held in 2016. A total of 50 coaches received their
Level 2 Certification and seven Coach Educators were specifically trained
to facilitate the Level 2 Clinic. The number of Level 2’s offered will increase in 2017. Feedback was
overwhelmingly positive, with 100 percent of survey respondents rating the course outstanding or very good,
and 65 percent gave it the highest possible rating.

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AAU Junior Olympic Games

August 2 - 6 | Houston, Texas

Each year, USA Field Hockey coaches work with eight teams of athletes selected from the National Futures
Championship to participate in the AAU Junior Olympic Games. In 2016, The Games were held in Houston,
Texas, and USA Field Hockey took advantage of this opportunity to provide professional development.
Tamara Durante, Michigan State University Assistant Coach and a trained Coach Educator, worked with all
eight Junior Olympic Games coaches, providing constructive feedback to help them improve their coaching
and hone their coaching philosophy and style.

National Coaches Meeting

November 24 | Palm Beach County, Fla.

USA Field Hockey held its first National Coaches Meeting at the International Polo Club Pavilion on the Friday evening of
Festival. All club and college coaches were invited to attend this social gathering to meet and greet as well as to enjoy
presentations from keynote speakers, USWNT Head Coach Craig Parnham and 5x World Player of the Year Jamie Dwyer.
USA Field Hockey’s Executive Director Simon Hoskins welcomed and thanked coaches for their continued dedication and
support of field hockey in the United States.

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The 2016 National Coaches Forum, presented by ZagSports and Teamzila, was held at
Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster, Pa. In its fourth year, the Forum was offered to
Level 2 and Level 3 Accredited Coaches and ran for two consecutive days. A total
of 112 coaches participated and had the opportunity to network, watch and analyze
a USWNT practice, and learn from our high performance coaches and staff.
Presenters included USWNT Head Coach Craig Parnham, USWNT Assistant
Coach Janneke Schopman, USMNT Head Coach Chris Clements, USWNT
Psychologist Joel Fish, Consultant and Expert on Teaching Games for
Understanding Dr. Stephen Harvey and Boston College Assistant Coach
Phil Edwards.

In addition, a Sportcode Gamebreaker (Hudl) Training session was
attended by 27 coaches on the Thursday night before the Forum.
This training was free to all coaches and facilitated by Edwards
and Hudl’s Chris Leazier. Attendees learned about video and
performance analysis setup, the basics of video capture, code
window design, in-game statistics and video, and
post-game analysis.

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to work with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC)
obile Coach Application (MCA), which gives all members
ecific drills, videos and practice plans. The MCA also
by the USOC that are applicable to all sports including
gth and conditioning, and general coaching advice.

ed prior to the start of the high school and
aximum outreach and interested.



Umpire training was on going throughout 2016. Region 5 and the Northeast Region were the most active with
many indoor and outdoor offerings. Much of the focus in these regions were the younger umpires who were of
high school and college age. 2016 saw an influx of younger people interested in umpiring which
was evident in the training sessions, clinic attendance and other events. Region 4, 9, 10 and 11
continued to have more challenges in training since these areas are so large. There are pockets of
umpires but to get them to train is difficult based on travel and resources. There were many
individuals who asked about umpiring trainings for 2017 and resources are being re-allocated to
target areas for training as needed.

In conjunction with STX Select, a two-day upper level (collegiate) seminar was hosted. There Region
were 45 in attendance who were exposed to USA Field Hockey’s international umpires
along with the processes and protocols for umpiring at the top level. Four international Based on
umpires worked the Olympic Games and participated in the discussions. A rules test consideratio
was administrated ‘old school’ and was the precursor to having an online test ready to Northeast R
go for all umpires and coach members to be introduced in May 2017. with training
directly for e
2017 will see meetings with the National Federation of State High School
Associations and National Collegiate Athletic Association to establish umpire Umpire Adm
certification program.
There was an add
Recruiting duties. Barb Dwye
letters of ratings an
Regional Umpire Coordinators continued to diligently look for any new umpires. A process of tracking
number of club athletes, mainly for the larger club teams, started to get involved with user friendly umpir
umpiring. There was a number of current and former college athletes to also pick
up a whistle. At the 2016 National Hockey Festival, 10 college athletes umpired, International
mainly 7v7 games. We look forward to pressing these younger umpires to the
challenge of officiating high-level matches. 2016 was a banner year for U
and PAHF events. There we
USA Field Hockey is pleased with the continual messages from athletes, as well as the Rio 2016 Olym
parents and coaches about umpiring. We hope to continue to reach Ridge Bair was added to the
out to local boards and get umpires in local areas to become now puts USA Field Hockey
members. The success of our certification program will assist with officials and two male technic
umpire membership numbers.

Retention USA Field Hockey umpires and staff have a

The growth of umpire members in 2016 was slower than World League Round 2 World Leag
anticipated. The current average age for umpires remains Trinidad & Tobago (M) Sout
steady from 2015 at 47.8. There was not issue retaining Lance Sarabia | Umpire
enough umpires to cover events and often times wait Chip Rogers | Technical Official Suzi Sutto
lists were created. Grant Hund

The numbers show that we need to do a better job of making sure umpires do not World League Round 2 World Le
lapse their membership. Canada (W) New Ze

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Maggie Giddens | Umpire Steve Horgan
Amy Hassick | Umpire


FUNdamental Field Hockey

In 2016, USA Field Hockey’s Sport Development Team continued their initiative to grow the game of field hockey in the
United States through its first-exposure Citi FUNdamental Field Hockey (FFH), presented Harrow Sports, equipment grant.

Expanding the program in 2016 to include boys and girls ages 6-14, there were 295 FFH grants awarded, the most ever
in one year, including 235 sets of wooden sticks and 60 sets of plastic sticks, specifically designed for physical
education classes and young athletes. USA Field Hockey distributed more than 1,000 grants (24,000 sticks!) to
schools, club teams and multi-sport organizations since the inception in 2012. Each FFH grant includes 24 sticks
(wood or plastic), 24 balls, 12 cones, a carrying bag and a 10-session curriculum guide formatted for physical
education classes and after-school programming.

The direct impact of FFH can be measured through the growth PROFFGHRGAMRASNGTISVEN
of USA Field Hockey’s youth membership. From 2015 to 2016,
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awareness around FFH, USA Field Hockey continued the
popular #FUNFriday social media campaign initiative, sharing
photos from host club teams with a motivational quote.

Foundations Courses Lau
USA Field Hockey recognizes that many teachers and coaches are interested in field hockey
and want to expose it to their students but may have never played and don’t feel comfortable J
teaching the sport. Interest was especially high during and following the Rio 2016 Olympic
Games, and as a result USA Field Hockey created the Foundations Courses.

Foundations Courses are entry-level coach education courses, targeted to individuals
with little to no field hockey experience who are preparing to introduce the sport.
These courses are free of charge and are often requested by school districts
looking to add field hockey to their physical education curriculum. Provided
Coach Educators with extensive field hockey background and expertise teach
the courses.

In 2016, six Foundations Courses were held in six different states,
ultimately teaching almost 200 teachers and coaches how to introduce
the basics of field hockey in their communities. The teachers have the
reach to expose the sport to more than 30,000 students through
physical education classes and after-school programming.

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Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), ESPNW, Aspen Ins
Foundation Gala and National Federation of State H


Starter Packages

A new initiative in 2016, Starter Packages were designed to help schools and
clubs start new field hockey programs where they previously did not exist.
To help reduce the cost of start-ups, USA Field Hockey partnered with
CranBarry/OBO/Grays and Goal Sporting Goods to provide discounts on
packages of goals and goalkeeper equipment, the two most expensive
items required to start a program.

Starter Packages were provided to 14 school in Loudoun County,
Va. USA Field Hockey’s Starter Packages saved parents and
athletes more than $25,000.

USA Field Hockey’s Starter Packages was selected as a top
growth initiative by Project Play in their “What’s Your Play”
category, inviting us to introduce and promote the program
to all conference attendees.

Celebrating High School Field Hockey

In 2016, USA Field Hockey worked with state high school associations to
bring USWNT athletes to State Field Hockey Championships to increase
interest and attendance as well as to promote the sport and Team USA.
Each state had meet and greets with Olympians and some held clinics
prior to the state championship games. Team USA athletes participated
in the ceremonial coin toss and presented the state champions their

Colorado Delaware
Melissa Gonzalez & Caitlin Van Sickle
Rachel Dawson
Clinic: 100+ athletes North Carolina
Michelle Kasold &
Illinois Caitlin Van Sickle
uren Crandall, Michelle
ttese, Katie Beach, Lori Pennsylvania
Johnston & Liz Tchou Jackie Briggs &
Clinic: 105+ athletes
Jill Witmer

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d programs at conventions and conferences
cation (SHAPE), National Association of
stitute’s Project Play, Women’s Sports
High Schools (NFHS).


Website 905,940

For the first time in program history, USA Field Hockey’s TOTAL WEBSITE USERS IN 2016
official website achieved the United States Olympic
Committee’s Tier 1 Status as a result of 2016’s total users.
By definition, a user is an individual person browsing a
particular website. From 2015 to 2016, there was a 49.13
percent increase in users.

Each of USA Field Hockey’s webpages were viewed a total of 4,314,827 times in 2016. An overall average of 359,569
pageviews were recorded per month.

August set a record-high for USA Field Hockey, as the reported number of pageviews were 1,075,364 and total
number of unique viewers were 281,612. This result is due to the USWNT’s success at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
paired with the Communications Department’s marketing plan.

Social Media

1,925 1,318 Continuing to climb in followers and fan engagement,
USA Field Hockey’s social media platforms keeps growing.
In 2016, Facebook followers increased by 48.1 percent with
a total of 23,560 more than 2015.

TOP TWEET OF 2016: Twitter followers increased by 25.79 percent from 2015.

346,425 IMPRESSIONS Instagram saw a 44.04 percent growth since 2015 adding a
little more than 11,000 followers.

72,233 38,764 37,220

As of December 31, 2016

FHLife Magazine

As the official publication of USA Field Hockey and the only magazine in the United States dedicated to the sport of field
hockey, FHLife’s mission is to inspire, educate and motivate readers. The magazine focuses on the life that revolves in
and outside the sport, on and off the pitch. Distribution of the magazine, hard copy or digitally, now exceeds more than
25,000 sent to USA Field Hockey Members quarterly.

Monthly Newsletter

Introduced in August 2015, USA Field Hockey’s Monthly Newsletter continued throughout 2016. The Monthly Newsletter
includes all the month’s happenings from Junior and Senior National Team coverage, showcases events, club
information, umpire acknowledgements and more. In 2016 there were two special editions of the Monthly Newsletter, the
first coming in August to highlight the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and the second in December featuring a holiday theme.

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USA Field Hockey’s sponsor family continued to grow throughout 2016 with 6NEW COSNPTORNASCOTREDS
the addition of six new partners. The Commercial Department continues to
align their goals with iconic companies such as Hershey’s, Sports Illustrated,
AT PEAK, Next College Student Athlete, SISU Mouthguards and Sportle

Team Behind the Team

Heavy support of Roster verification, Provide field hockey Provide recruiting Provide our Provide live
the USWNT as they scheduling and club specific strength information and tools members with the streaming on a
prepared for the Rio and conditioning safest mouthguards
2016 Olympic Games management exercises free app

USA Field Hockey’s commercial revenue for 2016 stood at $1,137,478.57.

With the addition of these six partners, USA Field Hockey had a total of 39 partners in 2016. Many of which have had a
long standing partnership with the organization. Thank you to all sponsors for your continued support of our sport and

Premier Partners Sponsors




The excitement of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games was a catalyst to allow USA Field Hockey to reach new heights in p
the success of our sport and that was highlighted with increased support in both the number of donors and dollars d
Chasing the Dream events, we were able to provide greater support to the U.S. Women ’s National Team during thei
national team impacts, donors supported the FUNdamental Field Hockey program and the ‘grow the game’ initiative
financial assistance in the past two years. Simply put, philanthropic support provides growth and opportunities from



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Following a successful Olympic Games fundraising year, USA Field Hockey and the USA Field Hockey Foundation a
this momentum and rise to new challenges. With any organization, diversified revenue streams are instrumental to s
Field Hockey grows and faces new opportunities and challenges, philanthropic support has never been more impactf
generosity of our members, alumni and friends of field hockey, USA Field Hockey can focus on delivering increased,
programming and events to an even broader audience that will help serve our mission and grow the game together.
partnering with us, your generosity fuels our sport!

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philanthropy in 2016. We know that donors and member’s generosity fuels
onated. Wi th countless individuals stepping up to the plate during our
ir journey to Rio and at the Olympic Games. In addition to the
s as well as helped provide more than 250 Futures athletes with
grassroo ts to the international level of play.

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