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  • 2014 Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-American Teams

    FIRST TEAM
    Emily Adamson Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Caroline Andretta Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Jordan Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Maggie Bettez Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Dana Bozek Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Leah Cardarelli Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Austyn Cuneo Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Katie Dembrowski Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Alexandra Doggett Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Noelle Frost Glenelg High School Glenelg, MD
    Ashley Hoffman Twin Valley High School Elverson, PA
    Amelia Iacobucci Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Cassandra Kline Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Lauren McNally Ocean City High School Ocean City, NJ
    Madison Morano Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Elizabeth Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    SECOND TEAM  
    Kasidy Anderson Shaker Heights High School Shaker Heights, OH
    Kelsey Bing St. John’s School Houston, TX
    Casey Cole Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Kara Enoch Tabb High School Yorktown, VA
    Gabriella Girardi West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Emma Haupt Frank W. Cox High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kathryn Holland Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Emily Howarth Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Olivia Ostrover The Hotchkiss School Lakeville, CT
    Margaux Paolino The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Emily Perryman Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Allison Sayia Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Haley Schleicher First Colonial High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Erin Shanahan Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Brigid Wood Coughlin High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Kathleen Young Essex High School Essex Junction, VT
    THIRD TEAM
    Tess Bernheimer Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Evelyn Bird The Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville, NJ
    Morgan Bitting Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Samantha Broadhurst Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Nicole Catalino Gwynedd Mercy Academy H. S. Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Brooke Deberdine Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Elizabeth Dennehy Weston High School Weston, MA
    Alexandra Halpin Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Ally Hammel Loomis Chaffee School Windsor, CT
    Grace Imhoff Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Emily Loprete Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Erin Scherrer Cape Henry Collegiate School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kennedy Schumacher Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Karen Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Eva Toffoloni Phillips Academy Andover, MA
    Jessica Welch Shore Regional High School West Long Branch, NJ

     

    2014 Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-Region Teams

    MASSACHUSETTS REGION 
    Maggie Bettez Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Leah Cardarelli Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Skyler Caron The Governor’s Academy Byfield, MA
    Elizabeth Dennehy Weston High School Weston, MA
    Alexandra Doggett Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Emily Loprete Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Emma Plumb St. Mark’s School Southborough, MA
    Molly Reilly Brooks School North Andover, MA
    Tatum Schultz St. Mark’s School Southborough, MA
    Caroline Shaunessy Tabor Academy Marion, MA
    Kacie Smith Norwood High School Norwood, MA
    Eva Toffoloni Phillips Academy Andover, MA
    MID-ATLANTIC REGION
    Ena Belch Broadneck High School Annapolis, MD
    Tess Bernheimer Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Samantha Broadhurst Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Noelle Frost Glenelg High School Glenelg, MD
    Elizabeth George McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD
    Kyler Greenwalt Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Brindi Griffin McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD
    Regan Littell Broadneck High School Annapolis, MD
    Jordie Loomis Worcester Preparatory School Berlin, MD
    Sydney Rhodes C. Milton Wright High School Bel Air, MD
    Erin Shanahan Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Lexi Souder Marriotts Ridge High School Marriottsville, MD
    Paige Twilly-Webster Delmar High School Delmar, DE
    Julia Kate Walker Mount Pleasant High School Wilmington, DE
    Gretchen Zungailia Tower Hill School Wilmington, DE
    MIDWEST REGION
    Emily Adamson Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Elizabeth Allgeier Assumption High School Louisville, KY
    Kasidy Anderson Shaker Heights High School Shaker Heights, OH
    Sarah Biggs DuPont Manual High School Louisville, KY
    Maggie Cole Chelsea High School Chelsea, MI
    Bridget Condie Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Olivia Davis Kettering Fairmont High School Kettering, OH
    Grace Geiger Columbus Academy Gahanna, OH
    Bailey Higgins Assumption High School Louisville, KY
    Lily Katzman John Burroughs School St. Louis, MO
    Katherine Tarlas Cor Jesu Academy St. Louis, MO
    Jordan Thompson DuPont Manual High School Louisville, KY
    Ellen Westfall Thomas Worthington High School Worthington, OH
    Elise Wong Lake Forest High School Lake Forest, IL
    Kara Zurlinden Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    NEW JERSEY REGION
    Caroline Andretta Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Evelyn Bird The Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville, NJ
    Colleen Conway Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Austyn Cuneo Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Julie Duncan Shawnee High School Medford, NJ
    Samantha Giordano Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Gabriella Girardi West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Alanna Gollotto Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Emily Howarth Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Paige Innarella West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Lauren McNally Ocean City High School Ocean City, NJ
    Madison Morano Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Allison Sayia Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Rachel Stefano Moorestown High School Moorestown, NJ
    Jessica Welch Shore Regional High School West Long Branch, NJ
    NEW YORK REGION
    Dana Bozek Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Michaela Bruno Garden City High School Garden City, NY
    Rachael Burchell Whitney Point High School Whitney Point, NY
    Taylor Clink Whitney Point High School Whitney Point, NY
    Emily Duarte Rye Country Day School Rye, NY
    Molly Fitzpatrick Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Alexandra Halpin Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Elizabeth Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Karen Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Cara Trombetta Sachem East High School Farmingville, NY
    Sarah Willard Cazenovia High School Cazenovia, NY
    NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND REGION
    Rylie Blanchet Skowhegan Area High School Skowhegan, ME
    Elle Brine Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Kaylie Decosmo Pinkerton Academy Derry, NH
    Maddy Dobecki Scarborough High School Scarborough, ME
    Brooke Haskell Winslow High School Winslow, ME
    Emily Perryman Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Libby Pomerleau Thornton Academy Saco, ME
    Jackie Thorbjorson Oceanside High School Rockland, ME
    Abby Walker Scarborough High School Scarborough, ME
    Renee Wright Skowhegan Area High School Skowhegan, ME
    Kathleen Young Essex High School Essex Junction, VT
    PENNSYLVANIA REGION - 1ST TEAM
    Morgan Bitting Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Nicole Catalino Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Casey Cole Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Brooke Deberdine Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Katie Dembrowski Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Kiley Gallagher Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Ashley Hoffman Twin Valley High School Elverson, PA
    Amelia Iacobucci Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Cassandra Kline Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Erika Miller Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Christy Palazzese The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Margaux Paolino The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Corinne Persichetti Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Meredith Sholder Emmaus High School Emmaus, PA
    Sophia Tornetta The Agnes Irwin School Bryn Mawr, PA
    Brigid Wood Coughlin High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    PENNSYLVANIA REGION - 2ND TEAM 
    Hannah Ackers Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Gini Bramley Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Elizabeth Dessoye Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Greta Ell Holy Redeemer High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Mackenzie Haney Ellis School Pittsburgh, PA
    Erin Huffman Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Abby Julius Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Victoria Laczo Emmaus High School Emmaus, PA
    Alexa Ostoich Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Amanda Robinson Donegal High School Mount Joy, PA
    Julianna Tornetta The Agnes Irwin School Bryn Mawr, PA
    Thalia Williamson Oley Valley High School Oley, PA
    Jillian Wolgemuth Manheim Central High School Manheim, PA
    SOUTH REGION
    Shannon Baker Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Kendall Ballard Charlottesville High School Charlottesville, VA
    Jordan Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Lakin Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Kara Enoch Tabb High School Yorktown, VA
    Leila Evans Charlotte Latin School Charlotte, NC
    Emma Haupt Frank W. Cox High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kathryn Holland Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Erin Scherrer Cape Henry Collegiate School Virginia Beach, VA
    Haley Schleicher First Colonial High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Annie Snead Trinity Episcopal School Richmond, VA
    Taylor Stone Herndon High School Herndon, VA
    Christie Van De Kamp Trinity Episcopal School Richmond, VA
    SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND REGION
    Marissa Baker Darien High School Darien, CT
    Julia Booth Greenwich Academy Greenwich, CT
    Georgia Cassidy Darien High School Darien, CT
    Lili Dickey Westbrook High School Westbrook, CT
    Leyna DiMarco Glastonbury High School Glastonbury, CT
    Ally Hammel Loomis Chaffee School Windsor, CT
    Amanda Hendry Wilton High School Wilton, CT
    Hannah Leckey Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Erin Mammele Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Kaley McMullen East Greenwich High School East Greenwich, RI
    Olivia Ostrover The Hotchkiss School Lakeville, CT
    Sam Pavano Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Julia Soares Barrington High School Barrington, RI
    WEST REGION 
    Kelsey Bing St. John’s School Houston, TX
    Emma Eggleston The Kinkaid School Houston, TX
    Grace Imhoff Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Ellen Payne Casady School Oklahoma City, OK
    Janaye Sakkas Monta Vista High School Cupertino, CA
    Kennedy Schumacher Kent Denver School Englewood, CO

     

  • Squash Talk

    Denver, Colo. - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - The start of December was one to remember. The 2014 SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship drew athletes, coaches and squash
    fanatics from 20 countries to share more than just a competition but also the sport. Every athlete kept fans fixated on the court with heart-pounding action all week long.

    #WWTSQUASH2014 HIGHLIGHTS
    England defeated first-time finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win the 2014 World Championship title for the seventh time this past weekend. Team Malaysia upended the favorite, Egypt 2/0 in the semifinal round. Raneem El Welily fell to Nicol David in one of the most competitive match ups of the week and Low Wee Wern upset Nour El Sherbini for the deciding point to solidify Malaysia’s slot in the final. Amanda Sobhy and Team USA beat France 2/0 to capture 5th place and their best finish in the World Team Championship. Lastly, we would like to highlight Omneya Abdel Kawy who played in her eighth World Championship!

    SHOP THE LOOK
    Harrow Sports proudly outfitted Team Canada, Malaysia, India, USA, Wales and was the official apparel provider and racquet sponsor of the WWT Tournament. Harrow also supported the new line of string during the tournament. If you didn’t get a chance to test the new line of string, please contact Dave Rosen or Manek Mathur for samples.

    WELCOME BACK
    Team Harrow would like to welcome Laurens Jan Anjema and Donna Urquhart back to the court after months of being sidelined with injuries.  We are thrilled to see the Harrow racquets in hand and moving!

    Share your squash updates, apparel and equipment by tagging @harrowsports to be featured on the Official Harrow Sports Instragram and Twitter accounts.#TeamHarrow #UnleashYourGame

  • Millersville Mission Accomplished

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    rp_primary_IMG_6765Congratulations to coach Behrens and the Millersville University field hockey squad for capturing the 2014 DII NCAA Championship this past weekend in Louisville, KY.

    The Marauders beat LIU Post 1-0 from a second half goal by Olivia Hershey. This title marks the first-ever NCAA Championship for a women’s sport at Millersville!  WFH_3502

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  • 2014 NCAA Field Hockey Final Four

    Throw out your statistics, strength of schedule markings and player sheets because 2014 has been a thrilling year of upsets and competitive hockey. Here is a preview of this upcoming weekend’s DI and DIII Final Fours. The DII field hockey programs are still playing and the Final Four has yet to be determined.

    The first NCAA Final Four match is a repeat of the ACC Tournament Semifinal. No. 1 UNC will face No. 4 Syracuse Friday at 2p.m. in College Park, Md. Syracuse is playing in its third Final Four in program history after a 3-1 win against No. 6 Penn State. UNC is headed back to the Final Four after defeating No. 9 Duke, 3-0 last weekend. The Final Four trip is the sixth in a row for the Tar Heels and the 19th in program history.

    The defending National Champions, UConn will play in the National Semifinal after defeating No. 8 Stanford, 3-1. The 18-3 Huskies will meet No. 12 Albany on Friday November 21 at 4:45p.m. in College Park, Md. The Great Danes upset the home team favorite, No. 2 Maryland 2-1 to advance to their first Final Four.

    The DI NCAA National Championship game will be at 1p.m. on November 23 in College Park, Md.

    DIII Final Four play opens with a rematch of the 2013 National Championship game. No. 1 Salisbury will play against the defending champion Bowdoin at 11:00 a.m. at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. The Bowdoin Polar Bears will play in the Final Four after an exciting 2-1 victory against Skidmore. Salisbury is headed back to the championship weekend after a thrilling 1-0 win against Wellesley College.

    No. 4 TCNJ will meet No. 2 Middlebury College on Saturday, November 22 at 2p.m. in Lexington, VA. The Final Four trip is the 21st in TCNJ program history and the first time since they claimed the National Title in 2011. The Middlebury Panthers will compete in the Final Four after a dominate 5-1 victory over Ursinus College.

    The NCAA DIII National Championship match will take place at 1 p.m. on Nov. 23 in Lexington, Va.

    Team Harrow will be attending all DI matches this weekend, so follow @harrowfh on Twitter for all the latest updates! Best of luck to all the team’s participating this weekend!

  • U.S. Squash Doubles Championships

    The U.S. Mixed Squash Doubles Championships made its first fall debut! Congratulations to all Harrow Sports Pro's and players!

    For all results, visit U.S. Mixed Open Doubles tournament page.

    Photo Cred. U.S. Squash

  • Harrow Sports Partners with The SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship

    Harrow Sports is pleased to announce a sponsorship with the 2014 SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship that designates Harrow as the official apparel provider and racquet sponsor.

    As the official racquet sponsor, Harrow is excited to feature the Stealth Ultralite which showcases the tournament logos. Harrow will be selling the commemorative racquet and all the official event apparel during the tournament.

    "This partnership continues our commitment to empowering squash players and elevating the sports presence throughout the world," said Mark Hayden, CEO of Harrow Sports. "We look forward to providing our proven technology in equipment and apparel to all the athletes."

    “We are excited to extend our partnership with Harrow Sports at the SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship,” said Danny DaCosta, Squash Canada Executive Director and 2014 Championship Director. “Harrow continues to make great investments into the game of squash and female squash athletes globally. Harrow Sports has been the Canadian National Team Apparel provider since 2011, so it was a very easy decision to extend our partnership with Harrow at the Women’s World Championships.”

    Women's World Racket Shot 2 Women's World Racket Shot 4The 2014 SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship held at White Oaks Resort & Spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON is comprised of the top female athletes in the world. This year’s contest consists of the top 10 players in the World and will feature a total of 20 countries. Egypt will look to defend their team title in Canada after defeating England at the 2012 Championship in France.

    The 2014 Championship will include: Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Colombia, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong China, India, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain and USA.

    The Women’s World Team Squash Championship begins December 1, 2014 and tickets are available on www.wsfwomensteams.com.

  • 2014 High School and College Field Hockey Tournaments

    Ask any athlete, they couldn’t imagine their life without sport. The Love/Hate relationship is what they live for. At some point the team chants, team dinners, bus ride sing-a-longs, game day hair styles and practices become a part of them. They live for these moments. They thrive off of true competition and put everything on the line for their teammates. They become a family with an unbreakable bond filled of sorrow, triumph and wonderful life changing memories.

    We all live for these moments.     

    Whether you are starting your first tournament game or have already finished your season, we encourage everyone to follow field hockey across the country. Below are the links to all the State Tournaments. Happy Hockey!

     

    California:

    Central Section: Click Here

    Northern Section: Click Here

    San Diego Section: Click Here

    Southern Section: Click Here

     

    Colorado

    Connecticut

    Delaware

    Illinois

    Kentucky

    Maine

    Maryland/ DC

    Massachusetts

    Michigan

    Missouri

     

    New Hampshire:

    Division 1

    Division 2

    Division 3

     

    New Jersey

    New York

    North Carolina

    Ohio

    Pennsylvania

    Rhode Island

    Texas/ Oklahoma

    Vermont

    Virginia

    Wisconsin

    Private School Tournaments and College Conference play coming soon!

  • U.S. Squash Open

    Congratulations to Harrow Sports sponsored athletes, No.3 Raneem El Welily and No.5 Low Wee Wern for their impressive matches yesterday at the U.S. Squash Open held at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    RaneemRaneem El Welily and England’s No.7 Alison Waters met in the first quarter-final match last night. El Welily redeemed herself from a 5-0 deficit to beat Waters 11-9, 11-8, 11-5.

    The most thrilling section of the match came as El Welily reached game ball at 10-9 in the first. She motioned for video review when Waters’ straight return of serve sparked a ‘no let’ call.  The play was overturned, and El Welily gained the next point.

    Low Wee Wern competed against Malaysia’s world No.1 Nicol David in the second quarter-final match up. This meeting was a repeat from the memorable Asian Games final this past September.

    David beat Wee Wern 11-6, 11-4, 11-9 last night at the U.S. Open. Wee Wern had an impressive sequence in the third when she won three points to tie 9-9, but could not come away with the win. David finished the match 11-9.

    Egypt’s world No.3 Raneem El Welily will rival against Malaysia’s world No.1 Nicol David in Friday’s semi-finals of the U.S. Open. David will be looking for revenge because El Welily served David her last loss at the Malaysian Open this past August.

    Congrats to Low Wee Wern for a thrilling tournament and best of luck to Raneem El Welily in the semi-finals tomorrow!

    For all the latest updates and photos from the U.S. Open, click here!

    Photo Credit: U.S Squash Open

  • The Platform Tennis Season has Commenced

    Congratulations to Harrow Sports sponsored players, Martin Bostrom and Sebastian Bredberg for competing in the semi-finals of The 2014 Patterson Open held in Fairfield, CT. On the way to the semi-final round, they beat Goncalves-King 6-1, 7-5 and Hughes-Mazzarese 6-4, 6-0. They then met Innes-Irdoja and lost a hard fought match by 6-4, 7-5.

    It was great to see The Patterson Club Open drew a lot of attention this past weekend. Congratulations to all the participants!

    All the results and photos from this past weekend can be found by clicking here!

     

      Sebastian Bredberg
    Sweden
    Height: 6'1"
    Rank: #3 Singles
    Paddle: Harrow Eclipse
      Martin Bostrom
    Sweden
    Height: 6'2"
    Rank: #5 Singles
    Paddle: Harrow Ballistic
  • Harrow Sports and Play4theCure Team Up

    Harrow Sports has turned pink and is partnering with The National Foundation for Cancer Research’s sports fundraising campaign Play4TheCure. Harrow is joining the effort to empower athletes and coaches by selling Play4theCure t-shirts and donating 10% of the proceeds to The National Foundation for Cancer Research. Harrow Sports will also be donating a $250 gift card to Harrow Sports for the team that raises the most money this season!

    Play4theCure was founded in 2006 by Christine K. Reinprecht, coach of the Mystx Field Hockey Club in Feasterville, PA and a current board member of USA Field Hockey.  Play4theCure began as an annual indoor field hockey tournament to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.  The initiative has since expanded to include recreational programs, as well as middle school, high school and collegiate teams.

    photo(1)“I am thrilled Harrow Sports is joining the Play4theCure Team,” said Tina Reinprecht, Founder of Play4theCure. “Harrow Sports has a rich tradition of supporting field hockey programs at multiple levels but especially at the grass roots level.  It’s no surprise that they recognize Play4theCure’s grass roots participation and be eager to assist our mission to help fund cancer research.”

    “Harrow is thrilled to partner with NFCR’s Play4theCure to provide additional resources to help raise awareness and motivate the field hockey community to raise funds for cancer research,” said Alli Tanner, Field Hockey Brand Manager of Harrow Sports. “Play4theCure is an impressive program. The ability for teams to be a part of something bigger than themselves is truly incredible. We are honored to be the newest member of the team and look forward to contributing to the cause.”

     

    JOIN THE MISSION! Buy the Harrow Sports Play4theCure awareness t-shirts for your team, coach and friends.  Participate as a team, youth program or collegiate squad by signing up at http://www.nfcr.org/play-4-cure-registration-form or contact NFCR at Play4theCure@nfcr.org.

    SHARE YOUR STORY Tag @harrowsports with #Play4theCure with your story and your t-shirt for a chance to win a prize and be featured on the official Harrow Sports Instagram!

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