Torrey Pines Field Hockey Clinic for girls to be held on May 11

There are still spots available at the Torrey Pines Field Hockey Clinic on Saturday, May 11 (8:30 to 11 a.m.), in Falcons Stadium on the Torrey Pines campus.

Designed for 3rd through 8th grade girls, the clinic will focus on the game, rules and basic skills of field hockey. It’s a great way for new players with no experience to try the sport for the first time, but is also a chance for those who played in junior high to sharpen their skills before high school tryouts in August.

Participants need to bring shin guards, mouth guard, water, sunscreen and a field hockey stick. If you don’t have a stick, one will be provided. Tennis shoes, turf shoes or cleats are okay. The cost is $50 per player.

Besides head coach Katy Moyneur – who played on an NCAA championship team at the University of Michigan – the coaching staff will comprise members of the Torrey Pines varsity team. The Falcons have won the San Diego CIF championship twice and sent more than 20 girls on to play NCAA college hockey.

To register please click onto the Torrey Pines Field Hockey website ( download the clinic form. Questions can be directed to Coach Moyneur at

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1 Comment for “Torrey Pines Field Hockey Clinic for girls to be held on May 11”

  1. Why is this program only for girls?

    How was the program “designed” for girls?!?

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