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  • Harrow Sports partners with New USA FIeld Hockey Youth Initiative

    USA Field Hockey and the Sport Development Team proudly announce the launch of a new youth development initiative, RISE Instructional Clinics.  RISE, which stands for “Responsible, Impactful, Sustainable, Empowering,” was created as a next step for FUNdamental Field Hockey and other programs, such as high schools and clubs, that are looking to create the youth base of our sport (ages 11 and under) in a recreational environment. RISE Instructional Clinics not only provide young players the opportunity to enjoy a USA Field Hockey clinic with local coaches, but every registrant will receive a U-12 membership, a t-shirt and stick. Harrow Sports, which also provides the equipment for FUNdamental Field Hockey, has agreed to provide each registered player with a t-shirt and stick.  Furthermore, each of our 10 RISE sites in 2015 will be awarded a Coaching Education Program Level 1 Instructional Clinic in 2016. More detailed information on how the program works is provided in the application available here.

    “RISE Instructional Clinics are an important step in our sport development strategic plan for creating a recreational base of youth field hockey players in the United States,” shared newly appointed National Development Director, Kyle Boyer. “They will empower the local level to host their own events with our support of curriculum and equipment. The Coaching Education piece in the second year is imperative since as we grow the number of players, we need to ensure we grow the number of qualified coaches to responsibly grow the game.”

    Boyer recently took over the sport development reigns in January having spent the past 6 years with US Lacrosse in coaching education. Harrow Sports Field Hockey Brand Manager, Alli Tanner, shared, “Harrow Sports is thrilled to partner with USA Field Hockey as the Official Sponsor and Equipment Supplier of the Rise program. Our involvement stems from our dedication to grow the game and provide young athletes with the opportunity to play consistently in a structured atmosphere. Harrow Sports now proudly sponsors three USA Field Hockey development programs including the FUNdamental Field Hockey Program, Rise and Futures.”

    RISE Instructional Clinics for 2015, will be held from June through December, but in following years, can be hosted from April through November.  All clinic expenses will be absorbed by USA Field Hockey including payment of sites, coaches and athletic trainers. The clinics will cost $75 per player through online registration, which will be held on USA Field Hockey’s website once the application for RISE is approved. In 2015, there will be 10 sites selected.

  • Gaining on Goliath

    qxL89eQ_In anticipation of this week’s matches against Argentina at Spooky Nook Sports, I thought I’d give some insight into the history of our contentious yet budding rivalry. Games will be held February 13th (6:30pm), 14th (4pm), 16th (6:30pm), and 18th (6:30pm). Check your local TV listing for details on the live broadcast. 

    Our rivalry with Argentina, it’s like a modern-day adaptation of David and Goliath, only our version picks up in the aftermath of the epic showdown - the 2011 Pan American Game Final - and comes with a slight plot twist, Goliath, Argentina in our case, didn’t vanish after we became victors.

    With each contest, the rivalry grows. Here’s what you need to know:

    The Characters.

    Argentina, ranked #2 in the world, is one of the most dominant nations, alongside the Netherlands and Australia, in international hockey. Their play, typical of its South American roots, is tenacious and energetic, seductively skillful, blazing with fanciful flashes of flare and fire.  The crown of Las Leonas, as they are colloquially known in Argentina, glints with the gold of World Championships, the silver and bronzes of Olympics.

    USA, ranked #8, is one of the emerging nations on the world hockey scene. Traditionally known for our physical prowess and relentless discipline, our typically brutish play has been technically and tactically refined in recent years. The sophistication enhances our inherent physical abilities and mental fortitude, making us, in my opinion, one of the most dynamic and interesting forces in the game right now.

    The Plotline

    The storyline hasn’t always been so riveting. In fact, until a few years ago, it was downright predictable. The trailer would’ve read something like this:

    America, dutifully playing the role of pesky, Pan-American under study, valiantly takes the field to overcome the seemingly invincible Las Leonas. Chest’s puffing with the forged bravado of belief, the Americans’ style, physical and resilient, keeps the contest close, yet inevitably, the Argentines always pull away victorious.

    Argentina had an edge on us. We’d try, try, try, but deep down, I think we questioned whether we belonged. Something needed to change. We needed to reformulate our strategy, figure out what was holding us back, and do something about it.

    Our task was to bring Goliath, in our own minds, down to size. Because, you see, here’s the thing about David and Goliath, Goliath so believed his own invincibility, that David was, to him, a mere nuisance. Yet, David didn’t buy the bluster. He saw Goliath for what he was, a massive, skilled, trained, yet most importantly, a mortal fighter. David called Goliath’s bluff.

    For years, we’d been buying into the Argentine bluff, trying, and failing, to outdo them at their own game. David didn’t beat Goliath with brute force. We had to find a way to create an even playing field, that meant playing to our strengths – using our discipline to win the small battles, and our resilience to stay in the moment, resisting the urge of getting caught up in the Argentine storyline.

    Eventually, the mental block began to unravel. It didn’t happen overnight. It took patience. We lost many more games, but with each loss we learned, and in time we were able to take the field without the weight of the albatross around our necks. We were free to play the game.

    In 2011, we had an historic victory over the Las Leonas in the Pan American Games Final. Since then, the scorecard has been pretty even. We won in the 2012 Olympics, tied in pool play at the 2014 World Cup, and in our last meeting, for the World Cup Bronze Medal, we lost 2-1.

    With a new cast of characters, the upcoming games will open a new chapter in our ever-evolving rivalry. As they seek to stay atop the world rankings, and we yearn to climb the ladder, much still remains to be written. The only difference now is that Goliath knows the name of David. It’s the United States of America.

    Courtesy of Rachel Dawson and Fig Lancaster:  http://bit.ly/1zGnDAx

  • NWLL Signs Partnership with Harrow Sports

    The National Women’s Lacrosse League has announced a partnership with Harrow Sports starting immediately. John McCarthy, commissioner of the NWLL, had this to say about the partnership.

    "We are very pleased to enter into an agreement with Harrow Sports,” stated McCarthy. “They have been very proactive with the NWLL, and with the growth of our league, it's a great time for both of us to partner.  I'm confident that this will be a genuine win-win partnership."

    Harrow Sports has been a leader in the women's lacrosse industry since they introduced one of the game's first carbon graphite shafts in 2003. Harrow has continued to innovate from that day forward and believe that their product offerings are among the most technologically advanced in the market. With the personalized service, custom craftsmanship, and a team of passionate and dedicated employees, Harrow Sports is changing the Sporting Goods industry

    Keith M. Krasney, the director of sales for Harrow Sports, had this to say about the partnership with the NWLL.

    "We  are extremely excited about our new partnership with the NWLL,” mentioned Krasney. “This partnership continues our commitment to women's lacrosse and elevating the sport's presence throughout the world. We look forward to providing our innovative equipment and apparel to all the athletes."

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  • Developing an Elite Athlete

    Courtesy of SportIQ

    When developing your players for maximum performance, what really pushes them to an elite level?

    The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) recently published a report based on a survey distributed to nearly 2,000 U.S. Olympic athletes. The survey intended to gauge what the USOC could do to improve the quality and effectiveness of programs focused on talent identification and development.

    What do the Olympics have to do with your team of players you don’t choose and whose motivation varies? This information can help coaches of any sport and any age group guide their teams to success.

    According to the USOC report, the top two reasons Olympic athletes gave for pursuing elite levels of performance were “intrinsic love of activity” (they liked being active) and love of the sport. What does that tell me as a coach? It’s my job to get my players to love being active and to love lacrosse.

    It’s my job to make it fun.

    Format your practices so that the mindset of the athletes becomes, “I want to go to practice,” as opposed to the all-too-often-heard, “I have to go to practice.” Get your players addicted to lacrosse. Implement drills with a fast pace, high touch counts and opportunities for frequent participation.

    Another factor contributing to the desire to achieve at the highest level, according to the USOC report, was multi-sport athleticism. College lacrosse coaches almost universally prefer athletes who play multiple sports in high school. The data collected by the USOC reinforces that preference. Most Olympians did not specialize in their sport until very late in their development. Even then, some continued to participate in other sports.

    It is downright painful to hear a 9-year-old say he or she solely plays lacrosse year-round, switching between teams based on the season. Research shows the best athletes in the world participated in at least two sports through high school. Ninety-seven percent of USOC respondents who followed that path credited multi-sport participation directly for their success.

    If you ask your players to commit to lacrosse full time, you are holding them back and limiting their upside.

    In his book, “Outliers,” Canadian journalist Malcolm Gladwell popularized the 10,000-hour rule that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field. We might be tempted to interpret this to mean we must constantly practice one thing to become excellent at it. But would you want an athlete who 10,000 hours playing wall ball or one who divided 10,000 hours between basketball, hockey and lacrosse?

    We can teach kids to catch and throw. Some say we can’t teach them to be athletes. I refute that. If we encourage and expect multi-sport participation, we indirectly teach them to be athletes.

    The USOC surveyed more than 300 athletes who competed in one or more Olympics between 2000 and 2012 to identify the factors and circumstances surrounding their success.

    Intrinsic love of activity – 4.32
    Love of sport – 4.309
    Early success – 3.583
    Parental influence – 3.489
    Coaches recruitment – 3.400
    Peer recruitment – 2.805
    Sibling recruitment – 2.557
    PE teacher influence – 2.299

    Coaches that can infuse competition with athlete-centric success and fun will set up athletes for a great experience.

    Age U10 – 3.11
    Age 10-14 – 2.99
    Age 15-18 – 2.2
    Age 19-22 – 1.27
    Age 22-older – 1.31

    The findings indicate that Olympians were involved in an average of three sports per year until age 14, which belies the notion that early specialization is critical to long-term success. Multi-sport play appeared to be beneficial to these Olympians.

    Over to you. How would you identify the factors that influence your lacrosse player’s sport decision? Is it one or more of the eight above, or something else? Let us know in the comments section.

    TJ Buchanan is the coaching education content manager at US Lacrosse.

  • Squash Talk

    Denver, Colo. – Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - The 2014 Wadi Degla Women’s World Squash Championship match between #1 Nicol David and #3 Raneem El Welily came down to mere minutes and inches. With relentless spirit, David saved four match-balls to capture the 2014 title over home favorite El Welily. World No.3 El Welily was truly remarkable on the court winning the first and third game to give her an early 2/1 advantage but fell just short against David. Another Harrow highlight featured Omneya Abdel Kawy playing against Low Wee Wern in the quarterfinals. Kawy won 12/10, 11/3, 11/4 against Wern before meeting Nicol David in the semifinal. Omneya Abdel Kawy was up 2/1 after 3 games, but David finished the final two games to end the competitive match. Congratulations to Raneem and Nicol for playing a historic 66 minutes of squash! We would also like to congratulate all of our Harrow Pros on a superb squash weekend in Cairo.

    #USJO14 - This past weekend junior squash players from thirty-five countries met to compete in the 2014 U.S. Junior Open Championship. Roughly one thousand athletes took center stage on 43 courts to participate against the best. The U.S. Junior Open is a World Squash Federation Circuit tier two level tournament and features all age divisions. Congratulations to the following 2014 U.S. Junior Open Champions: Walid Hedia, Stefanoni, Abbas, Watanabe, Sedky, El Torkey, Yacout, Elmashad, Ilbrahim and Brownell!

    Urban Squash Toronto - “They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, it takes an entire community that bands together to create long lasting change,” said Shivani Ruparell, Program Director of Urban Squash Toronto. Harrow Sports has been a proud partner of Urban Squash Toronto since its inception. Urban Squash Toronto helps motivated and talented students reach their full academic, athletic and personal potential. The program provides squash training, academic tutoring, mentoring, community service, cultural trips and much more. Check out this awesome video from @UrbanSquash_TO featuring @harrowsports http://bit.ly/16NxJo9

    Warm Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday Season! #TeamHarrow #UnleashYourGame

  • Squash Talk

    Denver, Colo. – Thursday, December 18, 2014 - The women’s squash elite traveled from Canada to Cairo last week to compete in the Wadi Degla Women’s World Squash Championship. Round two featured a 64-minute Harrow battle between Low Wee Wern and Joshana Chinappa. Chinappa took the early advantage but Wern, World #7, ultimately regained the upper hand to record her 3-2 victory. Also in round two, Omneya Abdel Kawy beat Nouran Gohar in straight games to solidify her slot in the quarterfinals. The quarterfinal matches are set to begin today. Low Wee Wern will play against Omneya Abdel Kawy and Raneem El Welily will square off against Nour El Tayeb. Good luck to Team Harrow!

    #PSAWORLDTOUR - Andrew Wagih Shoukry captured his second PSA World Tour Title in two weeks when he upset Kristian Frost Olesen in the final of the PSA Valencia Open. This marks Shoukry's seventh PSA World Tour Title and extends his current unbeaten streak to eight matches.

    AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS - The Australian Nationals were in full swing this past weekend at the Mulgrave Country Club for the first time since 2009. Rachael Grinham beat Lisa Camilleri 3-0 in the finals to capture the 2014 Title. Congrats to Rachael and Lisa for an impressive tournament!

    WORLD’S BEST ON BOARD - The squash elite have claimed their spots in the 2015 JP Morgan Tournament of Champions.  The Tournament of Champions has been an important part of the PSA circuit since 1993 and takes place in Grand Central’s gorgeous Vanderbilt Hall. The 2015 Championship features Harrow Pro’s Karim Abdel Gawad, Chris Simpson, Raneem El Welily, Low Wee Wern, Annie Au, Omneya Abdel Kawy and Rachael Grinham. We look forward to an exciting event and watching Team Harrow compete throughout the week!

    HARROW HOLIDAY -  We’ve got a great idea to help your shopping list! The Vortex is our most technologically advanced and tested court shoe. The eye-catching design, soft breathable mesh and upper rubber makes the Vortex the ultimate holiday gift. #TeamHarrow #UnleashYourGame

  • 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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