Cape Cod Youth Field Hockey is Cape Cod’s only year-round youth field hockey program. CCYFH focuses on skill development and game play for all ages and skill levels by offering instructional skill clinics, youth leagues, private instruction and summer programs.
CCYFH was created in response to the need for an organized youth field hockey program on Cape Cod. Traditionally, children don’t start playing until around 7th grade, yet field hockey is consistently ranked as one of the top five most popular team sports worldwide. Cape Cod Youth Field Hockey addresses that need. Now children as young as 5 years old can enjoy the sport and learn proper technique and skills from experienced players.
Courtney started Cape Cod Youth Field Hockey in 2013. During her playing days she was a high school All-American and member of USA Field Hockey’s Futures Development program. She later went on to earn a full scholarship to play Division 1 field hockey for Villanova University where she captained the 1998 team. Courtney also holds a Level 1 USA field hockey coaching certification and is the head coach of Sandwich’s STEM Academy middle school field hockey team.
Courtney is known for ability to connect and inspire young girls while providing them the coaching necessary to continually improve. She resides in Sandwich with her husband Kyle and two daughters.
Jackie joined Cape Cod Youth Field Hockey in 2013. She played Division 1 field hockey for Quinnipiac University from 1999-2002 where she was a Northeast Conference champion in 2000 & 2001. During her time at Qunnipiac she was a 2002 All-American, First Team All-Conference (2001, 2002), Co-Captain of the 2002 team and was inducted into the Quinnipiac University Hall of Fame in 2012. Prior to joining CCYFH she was a junior varsity field hockey coach for Mashpee High School.
Jackie resides in Sandwich with her husband Rick and two daughters.