Milton High School Field Hockey Camp
Milton High School
Milton High School Field Hockey Camp
August 1 - August 4, 2017
Half Day Camp $250.00 9:00 AM - 12:00 pm - ONLY 6-9 YEAR OLDS
Day Camp $375.00
"Babson College Head Coach, Julie Ryan, resident of Milton, is committed to making south shore hockey players the best they can be. Brooks Turf Stadium Field is the perfect venue for the Revolution Field Hockey camp. We will train in all aspects of the game and help you prepare for the season ahead. This camp offers Full Day & Half-Day commitments to ensure the opportunity can be enjoyed by all athletes at all ability levels. Julie has hand-selected the region’s best High School Coaches, College Players & Colleagues to teach you. Don’t Miss Out!"
About Our Coaches
Julie Ryan enters her 11th year as Babson's head field hockey coach in 2017. The winningest coach in program history, she has led the Beavers to an overall mark of 136-72 over her first ten seasons. The Green and White put together the best season in program history last fall when it went 21-3, won its second NEWMAC championship title, since 2010 and was the first women’s sport at Babson to advance to a NCAA Division III Final Four.
Ryan has led the program to five conference regular season crowns and guided the Beavers to two NEWMAC Tournament championship titles and third NCAA Tournament berth. A four-time conference coach of the year, she was selected twice as the NFHCA New England East Coach of the Year in 2010 & 2016 and has posted a program record of 21 victories this fall.
A native of Brewster, Massachusetts, Ryan came to Babson from nearby Boston College, where she served as the Eagles' assistant field hockey coach from May of 2005 until June of 2006. After her term as an assistant, she worked as an intern in the BC Athletics Department while serving as the head coach of the BC Club Field Hockey Team and the Worcester County United U16 Team.
Prior to her arrival at BC, Ryan worked stints as an assistant field hockey coach at both Springfield College and Yale University. She has also coached at numerous field hockey camps throughout New England, including the US Field Hockey Association Futures Program, while serving as director of the prestigious Revolution Field Hockey Camps.
A 2002 graduate of Quinnipiac University, Ryan received her Master's Degree in Sports Management and Recreation from Springfield in 2006. In addition to coaching, she has worked as an assistant sports information director at Quinnipiac and a sports information intern at Yale.
Ryan enjoyed a brilliant playing career while at Quinnipiac, earning Northeast Conference Player of the Year, Academic All-American, First Team Regional All-American, and NFHCA Division I Senior All-Star honors in 2001. A four-year letterwinner who served as team captain during her senior season, Ryan was selected as Quinnipiac's Female Athlete of the Year award, and in 2010 she was inducted into the school's Athletics Hall of Fame. In 2012 she became a double-inductee in the Quinnipiac Hall of Fame, as her 2001 team was honored after becoming the program's first to reach the NCAA Tournament at the Division I level.
In addition to her current role as head coach, Ryan also serves as Babson's equipment coordinator. She resides with her husband, Pat and two sons, Jake & Sean, in Milton.
Check in/out: Day Campers check in daily at 9am. Check out daily at 3pm. (check out for half day campers is 12pm)
Age & Ability: Day camp is open to ages 10-18 of all ability levels. Half-Day camp is open to ages 5-9.
Meals Provided: Campers are to bring their own lunch.
Day Camper Schedule:
9:00 Campers arrive; Stretching and warm-up
9:15 First Session - Individual stick work
10:45 Positional Training, Tactical Drills
12:00 Lunch, Half-Day Campers depart
1:00 Second Session - Team Concepts
2:00 Team games
3:00 Full-Day Campers depart
The staff at this camp were excellent. My daughter came home and took her younger sister to the back yard to play until it got dark each night. Look forward to coming back next year.
This camp was intense but also fun. I learned a lot about hockey and met some new friends. I hope to come back next year.
A huge thank you for for letting me come and shadow at camp. I learned some new drills and techniques for the upcoming season.