PSU to hold Summer Field Hockey Day Camps

May 15th, 2004 by Adam

The Plymouth State University Field Hockey Program is excited to present our fourth year of offering Summer Field Hockey Day Camps for the aspiring youth field hockey player. Our Camp Coaching Staff will feature many of the top players in the NCAA Division III and we are excited to share with our youth campers the most current field hockey techniques and strategies of 2004 !!

PAWPRINTS, PANTHER CAMP and the GOALIE CAMP offer the perfect opportunity for the youth player to learn, apply their new skills, and progress in the sport of field hockey. The PSU Camps are designed with the goal and the promise of each camper sporting a “stick and a smile” at the conclusion of their time with us!

For more information on the Plymouth State Summer Field Hockey Camps, click here.

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