FIELD HOCKEY

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FIELD HOCKEY CLINICS

Saturdays starting March 6th, 2021

2:15 - 3:15 PM

AYCC Gyms 2 & 3

Co-Ed, U10 - U12

Limit 20 spaces

Second Clinic as needed

3:30 - 4:30 PM

Ages U14 - U16

 

COST:

Members $40

Non Members $55

FMI: Josie Skelley

(207) 873-0684

jskelley@clubaycc.org

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Your Instructor Coaches
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Abbie Charrier

Charrier received her MBA in Athletic Administration from SNHU in 2020. She joined the AYCC in Spring of 2017 and is the Director for Camp Tracy, New England Sports Camps and the AYCC Trips programs. 

Charrier joined the Waterville Senior High field hockey program in 2018 as Varsity Assistant Coach. She was goalie coach for the Majestix Summer Camp 2015 & '16 and has volunteered for youth field hockey programs as coach and referee since 2009.

With a BA in Sports Management, Charrier graduated from Thomas College in 2016, where she played in goal from 2013 -'16, as captain in '15 & '16. Logging over 3000 minutes of play and over 300 saves they made it to the NAC playoffs each year. In 2016 Charrier was nominated as a Thomas College Female Senior Athlete and was named to the NFHCA Academic Squad '13-'16.

Prior to college she played for the Mount View Mustangs, starting for varsity each year and captaining the team her senior year.

Katie McCabe

State of Maine Field Hockey Hall of Fame inductee, McCabe has been coaching the game of field hockey since 2007.   She served as Husson University's head coach from 2009-2010 where she led the Eagles to their first and second North Atlantic Conference Championships and two NCAA appearances.

 

Katie played field hockey for the University of Maine at Orono from the 2002 season-2006 and was named to the America East and all-region second teams.

 

A graduate of Winslow High School, McCabe was a four-year letter winner and captain, appeared in four state championship games, won three, and was named Miss Maine Field Hockey in 2001.  

McCabe has a bachelor's and master's degree

in kinesiology and physical education.

Josie Skelley

A New Hampshire native, Skelley is a graduate of Kingswood Regional High School, where she was a finalist for New Hampshire Player of the Year in 2006, and went on to play at Division I Northwestern University from 2006-2009, where she studied English Literature and U.S. History.

 

From 2010-2013, Skelley coached within the HockeyMates club program, learning from the legendary Marisa Didio, former U.S. National Coach, and former head coach at Northwestern University.

 

Since 2013, Skelley has coached varying levels, from youth to collegiate.