Queen Anne's County Field Hockey Camp

White Marsh Park

Centreville, MD 21617


Overview

The young women of Queen Anne's County thrive from the growing interest in one of the greatest women's sports - Field Hockey! With almost 300 participants in the recreational fall league; QA community is recognized as a national leader in youth feeder programs.

This 4-day training camp is designed for ages 8-15. It will cover all the basic and advanced field hockey training to help you score more goals, defend leads and win games.

The 1-day high school clinic is for 15 - 18 year olds. We aim to run some high intensity college drills - plucked right out of the Bates & Salisbury pre-season practices. You will receive lots of touches on the ball, immediate feedback from the college coaches and get to play some full field and small games so we can assess your goals for the season ahead.

Join our collegiate staff of coaches and players for fun and field hockey this summer!


About Our Coaches

Anne Kietzman

Anne Kietzman was named the fourth head coach in the history of the Washington College field hockey team in January 2017. Kietzman, a former Division III All-American and one-time interim head coach at Centennial Conference rival Dickinson, came to Washington College from Division II Newberry (S.C), where she served as head coach and led the Wolves to their best-ever season in 2016.


In one season at Newberry College, Kietzman guided the fourth-year program to six wins in 17 games and its first-ever conference victory. In the Wolves’ previous three seasons, the team had won a total of seven games, with just four of those victories coming against Division II competition. Perhaps most impressively, Kietzman coached the Wolves to a 5-2 record in games decided by one goal. Two of Kietzman’s student-athletes earned all-conference honors.


Kietzman spent the 2015-16 academic year at Dickinson College, serving as assistant coach during the playing season as the Red Devils went 12-7 and advanced to the Centennial Conference Semifinals. Four Red Devils were named to the all-conference team with one becoming the program’s first-ever All-American. Kietzman served as interim head coach of the Red Devils in the spring, managing all aspects of the team’s non-traditional season.


Kietzman's coaching career began at Bates College, where she served as assistant coach for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. She has gained additional coaching experience through working with a number of youth club teams, clinics, and camps throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England.


While a student-athlete at William Smith College, Kietzman compiled an impressive list of accolades. She was named to the 2012 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) All-America first team and was tabbed as an All-American by WomensFieldHockey.com in both 2011 and 2012. She was a four-time All-Liberty League selection, beginning her career as that conference’s Rookie of the Year in 2009 and concluding her career as its Offensive Player of the Year in 2012. She was also named to the Liberty League All-Tournament Team in both 2011 and 2012, garnering Most Valuable Player honors in 2012 as the Herons won the conference’s championship. She was a three-time NFHCA All-Region selection, a 2012 NFHCA Senior All-Star, a two-time ECAC Mid-Atlantic All-Star, and the 2012 ECAC Mid-Atlantic Offensive Player of the Year. Kietzman left William Smith as the Herons’ all-time co-leader in career assists with 39, to go along with 43 career goals. The 19 assists she tallied as a senior set a new single-season school record.

Jessica Seay

Jessica Seay is the Head Coach at St Mary's college of Maryland. She became the ninth head coach in program history in June 2016. A first-time collegiate head coach, Seay hails from perennial powerhouse Salisbury University where she was a four-year member of the Sea Gull field hockey program from 2010 until 2013. She helped SU to the national championship game in 2013, four NCAA Tournament berths, and two Capital Athletic Conference championship titles in 2011 and 2013.

The Port Republic, Maryland native picked up second team All-CAC honors as a midfielder the same year Salisbury finished as the national runner-up, falling 1-0 to Bowdoin College in the title match. Seay stayed on as a graduate assistant for two years and assisted longtime head coach Dawn Chamberlin in leading the Sea Gulls to two more conference titles as well as an appearance in the NCAA semifinals in 2014.

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Camp Details

Camp Check in/out: All Campers check in daily at 8:30am. Check out daily at 12pm.

Age & Ability: Day camp is open to ages 8-15 of all ability levels.

Meals Provided: Campers are to bring their own snacks.

Clinic Check-in: All Campers check in at 2:00pm

Age & Ability: Clinic is open to ages 15 - 18, playing experience required.

Meals Provided: Campers are to bring their own snacks.


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