Experience top-level hockey in a state-of-the-art field hockey stadium and water-based AstroTurf Field on the picturesque campus of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut! 


The Quinnipiac University Field Hockey Clinics are designed to develop elite field hockey athletes by teaching elevated passing, tracking and shooting skills, goalkeeping, team marking and possession hockey. Establishing the best base for each athlete and enhancing their field hockey game is our priority. Team tactics, small games and separate goalkeeping clinics within each scheduled clinic allow team members to sharpen their tactical skills, focus their hockey IQ and work together in attack and defense transition.


Each clinic is different and is mirrored after a real Quinnipiac Bobcat Division I practice plan. Clinics are held on a monthly basis, year-round!

The clinics are coached by Quinnipiac Head Coach, Becca Main, Associate Head Coach and Goalkeeping Specialist, Nina Klein and her staff, with many of her Division I athletes joining the clinics to assist. Personal attention is given to each athlete, including goalkeepers. Athletes are initially organized in groups by sport level and age and will be encouraged by an environment focused on enhancing their total field hockey game. Our Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specific number, age or grade level.


What makes our clinics unique? Ask and you shall receive! If you would like a full evaluation of your play following a clinic, just email us. We will reply with your personal clinic evaluation and can send it to you as part of your clinic fees.


The clinics are fun, exciting and create player synergy, while also emphasizing top-level field hockey. All clinics will take place in the NEW Quinnipiac University Field Hockey Stadium; our brand-new facility is an AstroTurf water-based field with a state of the art hockey complex complete with locker rooms, team rooms, indoor press box and restrooms. Please join us for elite level hockey!


****Most of our clinics are capped to give individual attention to participants - so register today!



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