Fairfield Field Hockey Camp
Tomlinson Middle School
Fairfield, CT 06824
Fairfield Field Hockey Camp
August 9 - August 12, 2021·Half Day Camp · $319.00 · 8:30am - 12:00pm
Revolution Field Hockey is proud to introduce a new half day camp option this summer at Tomlinson Middle School Field in Fairfield, CT. Campers will appreciate the opportunity to train hard during the day and enjoy the comfort of their summer nights at home. Former Quinnipiac University Head Coach, Cheryl Canada runs a fun and creative training camp covering all the fundamental programs. Competitive field hockey is no stranger to Connecticut's fall athletes and you need to look no further to find this summer's way to advance your skills, improve your strength and gain the upper edge on your competition. Every camper will receive a limited edition reversible jersey, ball, water bottle, and lanyard as well as other fun prizes. *Revo Field Hockey Camps are open to all ability levels.
About Our Coaches
Cheryl Canada is a former Division I Associate Head Coach from Quinnipiac University. She finished her 12th season in 2020. An offensive specialist with a strong technical knowledge and a wealth of local and national coaching experience. In addition to practice planning, Canada played a pivotal role as the Recruiting Coordinator and seeking and securing future student-athletes to Quinnipiac. She currently serves as the Head Coach for the James Vick Foundation Field Hockey Club program, which launched in January 2021.
Canada has mentored 91 All-Conference players, 24 NFHCA Mideast Region All-Americans, three Northeast Conference Players of the Year, three NEC Goaltenders of the Year, one Rookie of the Year and a Defensive Player of the Year, as well as three NEC Tournament MVP’s and six NFHCA North-South Senior Game participants. 2014 All-MAAC First Team performer Danielle Allan, 2013 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year Jess Rusin, All-MAAC forward Danielle Allan as well as All-NEC stand-out Katie Notarianni ’12. In addition to her work with the forwards, Canada’s other responsibilities include daily practice design for Quinnipiac goalkeepers, which included 2012 Northeast Conference Goalkeeper of the Year Nicole Lewis and two-time MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year Megan Conaboy.
On the Bobcat sideline, Canada can claim Two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Regular-Season Co-Champions (2013, 2015), 2013 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament Champion, Two-time NCAA Field Hockey Tournament Participant (2003, 2013). Successfully achieved the title of regular season champions for the MAAC Conference 2013 and 2015, won one MAAC Conference Championship games in 2013, and one appearance in NCAA tournaments in 2013. Best record in program history in 2013 (14-7). Achieved a combined record of 32-7 in 2016 and 2017. A former four-year stand-out for the Bobcats as a forward, in 2003 she can claim the Northeast Conference Championship title and NCAA play-in game participation.
Canada coordinated all logistics for team travel, team-building activities and community service organizer with surrounding towns. The field hockey program has established close relationships with local daycares, schools and libraries within the towns of Hamden, North Haven, Norford and North Branford.
Canada has been the driving force behind Quinnipiac field hockeys Vs. Cancer game, “Be The Match” Bone Marrow drive for six years, as well as the Play4TheCure Breast Cancer Awareness game for over seven years. Canada has also coordinated the team’s participation in Read Across America, Library Day and many other outreach programs. During her time as an attacking Bobcat, Quinnipiac won the 2003 Northeast Conference Championship and competed in the NCAA Division I play-in game that same season.
In 2012, Canada earned her USA Field Hockey Level 2 certification. She has been involved with the USA Field Hockey for over 10 years serving as a coach for the Futures Program. For the past six years, Canada has served as Head Coach and Site Director for the Connecticut U19, U16 and U14 site. She has served as a selector for the US Women’s Master’s try-outs, National and Regional Futures Tournament.
In 2015 Canada was inducted into the North Branford High School Hall of Fame.
Prior to returning to Quinnipiac, in 2007-08 Canada served as the assistant for the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. In 2005-2007 she served an assistant coach at North Branford High School (Conn.) where she also attended, for field hockey and lacrosse season. While coaching the North Branford field hockey team, they captured the 2006 Class S State Championship, their first state title in 30 years.
In September. Coach Canada will be getting inducted into the Connecticut Field Hockey Hall of Fame
Canada graduated from Quinnipiac with a bachelor’s degree in 2006. Cheryl resides in North Branford, CT. with her husband and daughter.
Check in/out: 8:15- 8:30am Contactless Check in 12:00pm Contactless Check Out (BYO CAMP PICK UP SIGNS)
Age & Ability: Camp is open to ages 10-18 of all ability levels.
No Meals Are Provided: Campers can bring their own snack/ fuel. Campers Must bring their own Water bottles.
COVID 19 Policies & Protocols- CLICK HERE
Sample Camp Schedule:
8:15 - 8:30 - Registration & Screening for Campers
9:00 – Daily Theme Workshop
9:15 – 10:15 Skills & Position Training
10:15 – Cool Down & Extra Help- Snack, Bathroom & Water break
10:25- 12:00pm – Field Hockey Session// Strategy & Game Concept Training & Scrimmages
12:00pm - Camper Pick Up Line
Coach Cheryl Canada provided my daughter and her teammates with the most memorable experience we could ask for. The combination of field hockey training and summer camp fun was PERFECT!
My daughter was anxious before camp because she had never played field hockey before. The REVOFH staff made her feel comfortable right from the start. It was tough getting her to leave the field after the last day. Already looking forward to another week this summer!
My teammates and I have been going to Revolution Field Hockey camps for 4 summers and we can't imagine our summer without it. We love to see how much our hard work in the summer pays off in our fall season.