USMNT Heading to Scotland for 4-Nations Tournament at End of June

by USA Field Hockey

GLASGOW, Scotland – The No. 22 U.S. Men’s National Team will head to Scotland for a 4-Nations Tournament at the end of June to compete against No. 13 Ireland, No. 17 Wales and No. 20 Scotland. Being held from June 29 to July 3 at the Uddingston Hockey Club in Glasgow, Scotland, USA will face each team once before a round of crossovers.


“The squad selected for this event is a good mix of experienced senior and emerging younger players,” said Harry Singh, USMNT’s Head Coach. “For some, this will be their first time with the senior team on an international tour. The Scotland tour and 4-Nations Tournament will provide an opportunity to showcase our progress to lead to the 2023 Pan American Games. I am looking for more depth in the team and an opportunity to gauge ourselves against highly competitive teams which we will face during the competition.”


The traveling roster selected has a mix of veteran talent along with some athletes from the development and junior teams. Leading the squad with expertise and a high number of international caps is Pat Harris (Moorpark, Calif.)(156), Ajai Dhadwal (Agoura Hills, Calif.)(127) and Mohan Gandhi (Great Britain)(107). Four athletes from the Junior USMNT will be looking to earn their first senior international caps. Those are Mehtab Grewal (Somis, Calif.), Wyatt Katz (Santa Rosa Valley, Calif.), Marius Leser (Mannheim, Germany) and Finlay Quaile (Castle Cary, U.K.). From this traveling roster, a squad of 18-athletes will be selected to compete.


Christian DeAngelis (Doylestown, Pa.), Ajai Dhadwal (Agoura Hills, Calif.), Mohan Gandhi (Great Britain), Mehtab Grewal (Somis, Calif.), Pat Harris (Moorpark, Calif.), Hamzah Hashmi (Granada Hills, Calif.), Liam Hawley (Ventura, Calif.), Jack Heldens (Hamburg, Germany), Vincent Heller (Stuttgart, Germany), Aki Kaeppeler (New York City, N.Y.), Kei Kaeppeler (Stuttgart, Germany), Wyatt Katz (Santa Rosa Valley, Calif.), JaJa Kentwell (Spring City, Pa.), Amar Khokhar (Valencia, Calif.), Jonathan Klages (Berlin, Germany), Kai Kokolakis (Wiesbaden, Germany), Marius Leser (Mannheim, Germany), Alberto Montilla (Allen, Texas), Finlay Quaile (Castle Cary, U.K.), Paul Singh (Simi Valley, Calif.)


The non-traveling reserves are Will Holt (Camarillo, Calif.), Graeme Jackson (Moorpark, Calif.), Ranveer Kundi (Gledora, Calif.), Michael Mendoza (Monument, Colo.), Henzor Motta (San Juan, Puerto Rico), Amar Singh (Santa Clara, Calif.).


Joining H. Singh on staff are assistant coaches Harris and Jun Kentwell, athletic trainer Micah Ohlen, video analyst Maddy Sposito and manager Kathy Schiller.


Wed., June 2912:00 PMIrelandvsWales

2:00 PMScotlandvsUSA
Thurs., June 3012:00 PMIrelandvsUSA
 2:00 PMScotlandvsWales
Sat., July 28:00 AMWalesvsUSA
 10:00 AMScotlandvsIreland
Sun., July 36:00 AM3rdvs4th
 8:00 AM1stvs2nd
All times in Eastern Time Zone


The last time the USMNT faced then ranked No. 10 Ireland was in July 2019. The two-game series saw the Green Machine claim both victories, 5-0 and 2-0. The USMNT and then ranked No. 23 Scotland last met in 2018 as part of their Europe Summer Training Tour. In the three-match series, the Blue Sticks claimed the first game, 1-3; USA took the second, 3-1; and they tied in the final meeting, 1-1. The USMNT also played Ireland on that tour and split results where the Green Machine won the first contest, 1-5, before USA took the second game, 2-1.


The USMNT and then ranked No. 24 Wales last played in 2019 as part of the 3 Nationals Invitational in Benalmádena, Spain. The round robin event saw USA take the first game after using goals in the second and third quarters to finish strong, 3-1. Wales responded in the second match, winning 4-0.


The squad will arrive in Scotland on June 20 and play three unsanctioned practice matches against Scotland’s Development Team on June 22, 25 and 26. The 4-Nations Tournament will start on Wednesday, June 29 and run through Sunday, July 3, with Friday, July 1 being a rest day.


The USMNT would like to thank the U.S. Men's Field Hockey Foundation for their continued support and their assistance with this 4-Nations Tournament.


For more information on the 4-Nations Tournament, visit the event page.