This college field hockey recruiting seminar is intended for the student-athletes who are interested in playing DI, DII, and DIII and would like to learn more about the process. The seminar includes former student-athletes who signed National Letters of Intent to play DI hockey with full scholarships and top DIII athletes who can share their direct experience with the college recruiting process. We will be covering the following topics.
- Recruiting Tasks by Graduation Year and Process Milestones
- Opportunity Evaluation: Clinics, Camps, Showcases, Tournaments
- NCAA Recruiting Rules
- Composition of Highlight Videos and Communication
DAY/TIME: Sunday, November 10th, 2018 2pm-3:30pm
WHERE: Sherwood Community Center at 3740 Old Lee Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22030
COST: $70/person. One purchase equals one seat.
SEMINAR PANEL: Jenny formerly played for the United States National Field Hockey Team and represented the US in international competitions such as The World Cup, New Zealand Test Series, and Japan 6 Nation Tournament. During college, she played midfield at Wake Forest University where she was a Division I All-American, All-ACC, Hall of Fame selection, and Academic All-American. She concluded her collegiate career with 76 goals and 186 points. She graduated from Harvard Business School with High Distinction as a George F. Baker Scholar, UNC-Chapel Hill with High Honors as a Master of Accounting, and Wake Forest University summa cum laude.
April Moshos was a member of the United States Indoor National Team. A Hall of Fame member at the University of Mary Washington field hockey team, she was one off the top field hockey players in school history. April led her team to a 22-2 record and the NCAA Division III National Championship game. A two-time All-American she achieved multiple CAC Player of the Year, all-region, and all-conference honors. April brought great acclaim to Mary Washington as a finalist for the 1993 Honda Broderick Award, which honors the top NCAA players in the nation.
Megan Benson: Recent May 2019 grad of American with a degree in international studies. On the team, she was the starting low center mid all four years from 2015-2019. She was named a first team all patriot league selection in 2017 and a second team all patriot league selection in 2018. She helped lead the team to a 2016 Sweet 16 appearance against Duke.
HUSEL was founded by former Division I athletes to help the next generation of athletes elevate their game through specialized one-on-one and small group training.
As young athletes, it was difficult to find the coaches who could teach us the skills necessary to succeed in our respective sports. So, we created HUSEL to connect Olympians, Professional Players, and College Athletes in over 20 sports and over 180 locations to help train and teach young student-athletes through individual and small group training, clinics and camps, and college recruiting.
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