To close out 2016, which was as eventful as they come in Canadian field hockey, today we count down the top 10 hockey stories of the year.
Kate Wright, Hannah Haughn, Stephanie Norlander, and Kaitlyn Williams take some time to look back and reflect on 2016.
Canada’s women’s field hockey team dropped a 1-0 decision to India in a Hawke’s Bay Cup playoff match Saturday morning in New Zealand and will now play for 7th place.
The Canadian women’s field hockey team upset World No.9 Korea by a score of 2-1 in the opening match of the Hawke’s Bay Cup Saturday in Hastings, New Zealand.
Playing 150 international matches for Canada is a rare feat. But if all goes as planned on the Women’s National Team’s current trip to New Zealand, three more women will join the exclusive club.
As much of the world celebrates International Women’s Day, today is a reminder of how much sport can do to empower women and enable them to live meaningful lives.
Twenty-one athletes have been named to the Canadian women’s field hockey team set to play in a four-game series with the United States February 8th-12th in San Diego, California.
Continuing our review of the year that was for the Canadian women’s field hockey team, part two focuses on the Pan American Games in Toronto, where Canada’s women make history.
Taking a look back at a positive and progressive year for Canada’s women’s field hockey team, part one of the Year-in-Review video series begins with the all important World League Round 2 match against Chile.