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Passmore Names Traveling Roster for Second Mini-Tournaments of 2023-24 FIH Hockey Pro League

ANTWERP, Belgium & LONDON, England – U.S. Women’s National Team’s Head Coach David Passmore and coaching staff have named the traveling roster for the second mini-tournaments of the 2023-24 FIH Hockey Pro League.

“The focus of these final [FIH Hockey]Pro League tournaments will be on the preparation and selection of the team for Paris,” commented Passmore. “We have chosen to bring a large group of athletes and will rotate the group to ensure players can continue their physical preparation while managing their load to prevent injury risk. The four matches in 5 and 6 days for each tournament has meant the FIH change in stance to name 24 athletes is most welcomed. Following our recent matches against Argentina in Charlotte, selection is still very much up for grabs so every game and performance will be important to us, as will the training opportunities we have in between.”

Kelsey Bing (Houston, Texas), Sanne Caarls (Nieuw-Vennep, Netherlands), Leah Crouse (Virginia Beach, Va.), Brooke DeBerdine (Millersville, Pa.), Emma DeBerdine (Millersville, Pa.), Phia Gladieux (Oley, Pa.), Amanda Golini (Randolph, N.J.), Linnea Gonzales (Bel Air, Md.), Fusine Govaert (Bedford, N.Y.), Danielle Grega (Kingston, Pa.), Ally Hammel (Duxbury, Mass.), Ashley Hoffman (Mohnton, Pa.), Karlie Kisha (Hamburg, Pa.), Kelee Lepage (Honey Brook, Pa.), Jenny Rizzo (Hershey, Pa.), Kealsie Robles (Yorktown, Va.), Ashley Sessa (Schwenksville, Pa.), Meredith Sholder (Fleetwood, Pa.), Cassie Sumfest (Lewisburg, Pa.), Abigail Tamer (Dexter, Mich.), Megan Valzonis (San Diego, Calif.), Lauren Wadas (Annville, Pa.), Jillian Wolgemuth (Mount Joy, Pa.), Beth Yeager (Greenwich, Conn.), Maddie Zimmer (Hershey, Pa.)

The squad will depart for Belgium on May 15. This is the final selection opportunity before the U.S. Women’s Olympic Field Hockey Team roster to represent at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will be named publicly in mid-June. The team will consist of 16 athletes, plus three provisional (traveling reserve) athletes.

Season 5 of the FIH Hockey Pro League kicked off on December 6. The United Eagles played two mini-tournaments in February in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela, India and will finish with these two mini-tournaments in Antwerp, Belgium and London, England.





Wed., May 22

10:45 AM

Belgium vs. USA

Antwerp, BEL

Thurs., May 23

8:15 AM

USA vs. Argentina

Antwerp, BEL

Sat., May 25

5:45 AM

Argentina vs. USA

Antwerp, BEL

Sun., May 26

8:00 AM

USA vs. Belgium

Antwerp, BEL

Sat., June 1

9:30 AM

Great Britain vs. USA

London, ENG

Sun., June 2

12:15 PM

Germany vs. USA

London, ENG

Wed., June 5

10:30 AM

USA vs. Germany

London, ENG

Thurs., June 6

12:45 PM

USA vs. Great Britain

London, ENG

*all times are listed in Eastern Time Zone, which is +6 hours ahead of local Antwerp time and +5 hours ahead of local London time.

All matches of the FIH Hockey Pro League can be streamed pay-per-view on Watch.Hockey for $5.99. The matches on June 2 and 6 will be aired on CBS Sports.

For more information on the 2023-24 FIH Hockey Pro League, visit the event page.

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