Sacrifice, sweat and countless hours of repetition and practice. Hockey success requires more than talent alone. It takes the will to compete and win! The determination to push yourself to your limit and beyond.
All campers in our Girls Elite Camp will be travel players who will be expected to arrive ready for a challenge! We will surround your camper with enthusiastic and professional coaches with the tools necessary to provide a week of demanding, hard work to help push them to the next level. If you want to give your child the best chance for a successful season next year, this is the program!
The Girls Elite Camp is an advanced program designed exclusively for Travel, All-Star and Rep Team players. Applicants are required to submit a resume with their application.
Learn and train under the men and women who have made it to the top level of women's international and collegiate hockey.
Paul Flanagan: Head Coach at Syracuse Women's Hockey Team. One of the most recognized names in collegiate ice hockey after leading St. Lawrence to 4 consecutive NCAA Frozen Four appearances, which places second among active coaches. His 6 NCAA appearances ranks second in the nation. 2010 Coach of the Year led the Orange to its 2nd consecutive appearance in the CHA Championship game in 2010-11.
Mark Hudak: Head Coach at Dartmouth Women’s Hockey Team, former ECAC Coach of the Year, coached Dartmouth to Ivy League and ECAC Tournament Championships, 3 NCAA Frozen Four appearances, coached the US Under-18 and Under-22 National Camps, and was named Coach for the US Women’s National Team at the National Festival in Lake Placid in 2010.
Hayley Moore: Assistant Coach at Harvard. Former Ivy League standout...Moore was a two-year captain at Brown and a four-time All-Ivy League selection. Played professional hockey in Switzerland and recently skated for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. Trained with the U.S. National Team in Lake Placid, N.Y. and Colorado Springs, Colo. Still remains in the top 10 in career points at Brown.
Andrea Kilbourne-Hill: Former captain and leading scorer at Princeton University. All-ECAC and All-Ivy while at Princeton. Top 10 finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Award in 2001 and 2003. Played on the US Women’s Silver Medal winning team at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Current head coach of Girls’ Hockey Program and College Guidance Counselor at Northwood School.
Cammi Granato: Cammi is the most famous female hockey player in the world. She’s a world class athlete and ambassador to the game of hockey. She is the first woman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, the first woman to receive an Olympic Gold Medal in Women’s Ice Hockey, the first captain of the Women’s U.S. Olympic Hockey Team, the first woman to score a goal for the U.S. in the Olympics, she is the all-time leading scorer in women’s hockey. The list goes on! Cammi will share her women's hockey experiences through an exclusive Skype video chat.