Summer and Winter League

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2019 Dates Coming Soon!!!

Age Divisions:

  • Beginners (ages 5-6 as of Jan 1, 2019)
  • U10 (age 7-9 as of Jan 1, 2019)
  • U12 (ages 9-11 as of Jan 1, 2019)
  • U14 (ages 12-13 as of Jan 1, 2019)
  • U16/U19B (ages 14-18 as of Jan 1, 2019) B Division/Less Experienced
  • U16/U19A (ages 14-18 as of Jan 1, 2019) A Division/More Experienced
  • Adult Co-Ed Division (Graduated High School Seniors and up)

Note: It is recommended that players compete in their age division. Players can play up a divsion according to a skill level.=

Beginners: 5 one-hour Practice Sessions
U10: 5 v 5
U12/U14/U19/Adult: 7 v 7 (6 field, 1 GK)

Round robin, and no score will be kept

Games will be played Thursday evenings @ CNU
Game window is 6:30 – 9:45

Practices will be held on Tuesday evenings.
Practice Window is 6:30- 9:45 p.m. Earlier times for the younger age divisions. 

Registration Coming Soon


Thank you for a great 2019 season!

Practices for our Community Indoor League begin January 7th, 2019.
and games begin January 19, 2019.

Age Divisions: U10, U12, U14, U16/U19

Format: 5v5 (Round robin, and no score will be kept)

One practice a week (Tuesday or Thursday)

  • 7 Practices Total
  • 5 Games Total

Games will be played on Saturdays at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church

Team placement based on geographical location

Players will need the following items:
shin guards, indoor field hockey stick, mouth guard, black socks, white socks,
and goalkeepers must bring their own equipment

We will provide a reversible jersey. Sizing chart can be found here.

Cost: $99 per player

Registration closes December 7, 2018.

Community League FAQ

Q: How do I choose my athlete’s age division?

A: The ‘U’ that comes before the age division means ‘Under’. For example, U10 means under 10 as of USAFH Regulations. USAFH goes by your age as of Jan 1, 2018. If you are 9 as of that January date, you are genuinely a U10.

Q: How do I know if my athlete should move up to the next age division? I want them to be challenged.

A: A frequent question that we receive is can my athlete move up an age division to be challenged. The answer is not black and white. At Stick Power we have three credentials that will help you determine if your athlete is prepared to compete in a higher age division.

  1. Physical Size- is your athlete comparably sized to the next age group. An athlete that is significantly smaller will have a harder time with the physicality and strength of the next age division.
  2. Mental Understanding of the Game- does your athlete understand the concept of field hockey in a strategical manner. Are they passed knowing the skills and wanting to develop their game sense at a higher level?
  3. Skill- we list skill last. Skill is an obvious measurement of whether an athlete should age up, but at Stick Power we believe that they should have all three of these components before moving up.

Keeping your athlete in their appropriate age division is not always a hindrance to their development. It allows extra time to master the skills of the game as well as gain confidence in their ability. Taking that year to be the “top dog” on the team serves a purpose of developing leadership and confidence.

Practice Times
Winter practices take place Tuesday and Thursday nights. Your child will only practice one night a week!

Summer practices take place on Wednesday nights.

Game Times
Winter games will begin at 8:00 AM on Saturdays, with the last game beginning at 3:00.

Summer games all take place on Thursday nights.

Team Placement
Several groups are putting teams together themselves and registering. We welcome this! When you register, there is a section to make notes, and this is where you would let us know what coach/team you want to be with if you already have one in mind.

If you are signing up individually, that’s great too! We will create teams geographically based on school and location.

Skill Levels
We want this to be an educational experience for the players, while strengthening the skills of all players involved. Many have asked about our A vs. B U19 breakdown. This will likely end up looking like mostly Varsity level in the more skilled group and JV level in the lower group. Your 13 year old will not be playing with/against 18 year olds!

Winter League: We are grateful to St. Luke’s for allowing us to use their space during the winter! Spectators will watch the games from a stage in the gym. St. Luke’s will also be opening a concessions stand on game days.

Summer League uses the CNU Turf Field!

Shinguards, mouth guard, Indoor stick taped with athletic tape, sneakers/tennis shoes, hair tied back when applicable. If you are a goalie, we also have equipment to loan for the season if you do not have your own.

Our coaches are current or former college players, high school coaches, and college coaches.  They love the game and know how to develop as well as challenge young players.

Officials will be certified for VHSL and most officiate US Field Hockey sanctioned events.