We are currently offering a prospect camp on July 6 & 7 in conjunction with the Girls Hockey Club of Seattle; a non-profit organization supporting girls hockey in the Pacific Northwest!
Location - Olympic View Arena - Mountlake Terrace, WA
Birth years 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Washington joint camp with ASU Women's Hockey and Utah Women's Hockey
Coaches from all three programs will be on the ice
Players will have opportunities to meet with coaches
Four 75 minute on-ice sessions
College tempo practice with skills, small area games and scrimmages
Off-ice strength training session
Question and answer sessions with coaches
Practice jerseys and camp t-shirt
Camp limited to first 40 players and 6 goalies
Washington Women's Hockey is a new program within the Washington Huskies Hockey Club looking for athletes that can excel in the challenge of pioneering what women's hockey can be in the Pacific District. Prospect camps are designed to provide exposure to the practice environment players will experience at college levels as well as provide an opportunity to learn about ACHA women's hockey. ACHA Division 1 is a highly competitive club level of hockey that is quickly drawing top level talent from all over the US and Canada. Our goal is to facilitate athletes attending the University of Washington to develop the first west coast ACHA Division 1 program. In addition, players will learn about ASU and U of Utah opportunities that will continue to grow the game in the western states. Since ACHA is a club sport, athletes will learn not only to be better athletes on the ice, but to be leaders off ice as well while working toward their higher education.
Washington Coaches: Michael Moe and Molly Doner
Arizona State Head Coach: Lindsey Ellis
Link to ASU Women's Hockey
University of Utah Head Coach: Morgan Marietti
Link to U of Utah Hockey
9:00am - 10:15am on-ice session
1:00pm - 2:00pm Coaches Q&A (topic: ACHA and program development)
3:00pm - 4:15pm on-ice session
8:00am - 9:15am on-ice session
11:00am -12:00pm Coaches Q&A (topic: University Admissions and Programs)
1:00pm - 2:15pm on-ice session (scrimmage)
2:00pm - 3:00pm strength training session (players will learn fundamental training they can apply at home)
What to bring:
Players should bring full equiment for on-ice participation, as well as appropriate shoes and clothing for off-ice athletic activity. Please have your skates sharp before arrival in case sharpening services are not available (pro shop usually open only in afternoons).
Registration is through Girls Hockey Club using button below.