The Chestnut Hill Field Hockey Club focuses on the development and improvement of individual stick skills, as well as the enhancement of overall field vision and game strategy. This enables players to increase their overall skill level and benefit socially from the continued exposure to a positive team environment. We hope to bring a higher level of field hockey to the community while having fun and competing!
Junior Clinic: Players Grades 5-8.
When: Saturday mornings from 10:30-12.
4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, and 6/5
Orr Field (Brimmer and May) - 992 Dedham Street, Newton
Registration Fee: $225
***Players must provide their own stick and protective equipment (goggles, shin guards and mouth guard).***
Please use the contact form below if you have any questions or need to connect with Colleen Boyle - Director of Field Hockey Programs
Proper warm up and cool down
Injury prevention exercises
Fundamental stick skills
General game play/situational understanding
Director of Field Hockey
Colleen grew up in Brookline and graduated from Brookline High School in 2002. She played field hockey and lacrosse throughout high school and continued field hockey at the club level while attending Roanoke College in Virginia. Colleen has coached all levels of field hockey at Brookline High and has been the Varsity coach since 2014. In addition, Colleen has coached both freshmen and junior varsity lacrosse at the high school. Colleen has a Master of Arts in Teaching from Simmons College and is currently in her 11th year of teaching grades 6-8 Spanish at the Runkle School in Brookline.
Amanda grew up on Long Island and graduated from Connetquot High School in 2011. Throughout her years in high school, Amanda lettered in both Field Hockey and Softball. After high school, she went on to play Division I field hockey at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey where she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Health and Physical Education. Amanda has coached for Monmouth University Field Hockey camps as well as All-American Field Hockey camps. For the 2017 season, Amanda began coaching Brookline's JV Field Hockey team. Amanda is currently teaching K-8 Health and Physical Education at Pierce School in Brookline.
Bella is a recent graduate of Brookline High School where she played field hockey all four years. She was a starting midfielder on the Varsity team during her junior and senior years. Bella is currently in her first year at Northeastern University in Boston where she is studying Business and Mathematics.