- Director: Gia Cillizza
- When: July 23 - 26
- Type: Residential
- Cost: Overnight $545, Extended Day $440
- Camp Start: 12:00 Noon (First Meal Dinner)
- Camp End: 12:00 Noon
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Campers will enjoy training on the turf stadium, comfortable air conditioned accommodations and outstanding staff. Revolution Field Hockey is America's favorite Washington D.C. Field Hockey Camp.
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During the last three years, Gia Cillizza has led the CUA field hockey program on its most successful run in its 43-year history. The Cardinals won a school-record 46 games in three seasons, captured the 2012 and 2011 Landmark Conference championship, played in two NCAA Tournaments (2012 and 2011) and won the 2010 ECAC championship.
2013 will mark Cillizza’s 12th year as head coach at CUA. During her time on the sideline, she has become the Cardinals’ winningest coach and elevated the program into one that is consistently nationally recognized.
Cillizza and her staff have been named Landmark Coaching Staff of the Year on four occasions (2007, 2008, 2011, 2012) and Cillizza was honored as the Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2006. During her tenure, she has coached seven of the program’s eight All-Americans, 21 All-Region selections, 53 All-Conference selections, four Conference Rookies of the Year, two Conference Defensive Players of the Year, two Conference Players of the Year and nine NFHCA All-Star Game participants.
Gia, a St. Louis, Mo. native, was the captain at Visitation Academy (high school) the year they went 22-0 and captured the Midwest Championship. She attended Miami University of Ohio where she was a three-year starter and two-time captain. Coach Cillizza remains highly involved with the USFHA and is a USA Field Hockey Futures Site Director and Head Coach. She coached an Under 19-team at the NFT (National Futures Tournament).
Alicia Grater: 3x All-American from University of Maryland
Tracey Scanlon: 1st Team All American, CUA ’12; CUA asst coach
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