Field Hockey

From power player to power broker

By Jack Copeland NCAA.org Mary Schapiro has been a groundbreaker her entire life. She was a student-athlete in the mid-1970s at Franklin & Marshall College, where she helped the field hockey and women’s lacrosse teams rise from club to...

Seidenstricker uses college athletics to find her niche

By Alexandra Assimon NCAA.org Bright-eyed with a new sense of freedom, college freshmen rarely know what they want to do for the rest of their lives. Throughout the next four years these bright-eyed kids blossom into well-rounded adults...

Field hockey player to gain unique perspective on North Carolina-Duke rivalry

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org Next semester Loren Shealy will experience a part of life that no North Carolina or Duke student-athlete has had in their undergraduate career. Shealy, a member of the top-seeded North Carolina field hockey team...

Field hockey family "sticks" together

By Jennifer Gunnels For NCAA.org Marge Redmond believes field hockey is in her genes. Currently in her 13th season as the head coach at Ohio Wesleyan University, Redmond’s love of the game has undoubtedly been passed on to the next...

Rules changes will affect fall sports

By Greg Johnson As NCAA teams prepare to start in-season competition this fall, fans will see several rules changes in football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, field hockey, and men’s water polo. Each of those sport’s rules...

Aye for an eye?

By Gary Brown NCAA.org The collegiate field hockey community is weighing whether a recommendation to require protective eyewear is good for the game. Citing increased rates of injuries to the face and head, the NCAA Committee on...

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