Garrison Forest School Field Hockey Camp

Garrison Forest School

Owings Mills, MD


Revolution Field Hockey is super excited to be returning to the greater Baltimore, Maryland area for the 15th summer. Join Johns Hopkins Assistant Coach James Albanese and his staff for a great week of camp. Garrison Forest is conveniently located 2 miles off 695 and boasts a beautiful 110 acre campus. Revo Field Hockey Camps are open to all ability levels.


About Our Coaches

James Albanese

James Albanese joined the Blue Jay coaching staff in March 2021. He came to Homewood after coaching stints with the Princeton Field Hockey Club, The Hun School of Princeton and Holy Cross.

In his first season at Homewood, the Blue Jays won a school-record 22 games, won the 2021 Centennial Conference Championship and finished as the NCAA Runner-up. It was Hopkins' third straight trip to the NCAA Final Four, but first appearance in the national title game. JHU earned Coaching Staff of the Year honors from both the Centennial Conference and NFHCA Region V.

Albanese joined the Princeton Field Hockey Club in October 2020, where he coached U14, U16 and U18 athletes for one of the nation's top field hockey clubs. Prior to that, he spent one season as an assistant coach at The Hun School of Princeton.

Albanese began his coaching career while an undergraduate at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He spent three years as a student assistant for the Minutewomen, helping them to 39 wins, two Atlantic 10 Tournament Championships and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. After graduating in 2018 with a degree in geology, Albanese spent two years as an assistant coach at College of Holy Cross before returning to his alma mater, The Hun School, as an assistant coach with the Raiders' field hockey team.

Albanese played on the 2019 and 2020 US Men's Indoor National Teams as well as the East Coast High Performance Team. In addition, he has USA Field Hockey Level 1 Coach and Umpire certifications.

Camp Details

Check In- 8:30am for all campers.

Check Out- 12pm for half day campers and 3pm for full day.

Age & Ability- Open to participants aged 6-18 years old with the half day program for those 6-9 years old and full day for campers 10-18 years old. All levels of ability are welcome and we encourage beginners to attend!

Equipment Needed- Participants must provide all equipment to participate which includes a stick, shin guards, and mouthguard.

No Meals Are Provided- Campers must bring their own snack, lunch, and water bottle.

Covid 19 Policies & Protocols- CLICK HERE

Sample Camp Schedule-

8:30-9am Check in and Registration

9-10am Individual Skill Stations

10-11am Shooting and Scoring Stations

11-12pm Small Game Play

12-1pm Lunch Break

1-2pm Non-directional Game Play

2-3pm Larger Game Play and Concepts

3pm Campers Dismissed



Reviews (5)

Field Hockey Camps - Field Hockey Review Will Martinez. -Parent

My daughter is a beginner and this was a wonderful way to introduce her to the sport in a safe and fun environment with knowledgeable and motivating coaches.

Field Hockey Camps - Field Hockey Review Bobby Jackson. -Parent

The camp was very organized, safe, and the coaches were great role models for the girls. We look forward to returning next summer!

Field Hockey Camps - Field Hockey Review Gloria Lowman. -Camper

The coaches taught me how to better prepare myself for games and practices. This really helped me improve my training for this upcoming season.

Field Hockey Camps - Field Hockey Review Jessica Mobley. -Parent

This was the first year my daughter went to a sports specific camp. She had a great experience and it was the perfect introduction to the sport. She is now planning on joining a local field hockey team!

Field Hockey Camps - Field Hockey Review Martha Christensen. -Camper

The camp was very organized, safe, and the coaches were great role models for the girls. We look forward to returning next summer!

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