Club hockey

American club field hockey can be traced back to the 1920s, and is played by people of all ages and both genders. Sometimes, club field hockey stories are stories of courage as well as athleticism.

* Profile: Debbie Lowrance, architect of the nation's largest recreational field hockey program

* A report from the 1998 National Futures Tournament

* The 34th John F. Kennedy Tournament showcased the worldwide diversity of the game

* The West Jersey Women's League, one of the longest-lasting leagues in the world, is still going.

* It takes a lot of work to make the 1999 USFHA indoor national tournament. Just ask those at the Lawrenceville (N.J.) qualifier.

* The National Indoor Field Hockey Tournament's age-group championships features the longest day in American field hockey

* A bulletin from the 1999 National Futures Tournament

* The Mater Amoris Ocelots play field hockey in a unique environment

* In 2000, the Kennedy field hockey tournament moved from grass to turf

* Profile: club player Candace Boarder, looking to latch onto an NCAA program at the age of 26

* Results of the 2000 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2001 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2002 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2003 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2004 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2005 National Futures Tournament

* Results of the 2006 National Futures Tournament

* The 2007 U-14, U-16, U-19, and Regional Rumble results

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