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Nia Voss for MVP? HTC stakes their claim to the championship

Updated: Apr 30

The HTC Field Hockey Club at Johnson Field on April 28th, 2024

New Haven -- HTC (Madison, Connecticut) arrived at the Yale Series yesterday evening, and their conduct thereafter implies that they are serious contenders for the championship.

Led by the one of the best players in the tournament Nia Voss, one of the best coaches in the country Debra Brickey, HTC turned in a professional, crisp, championship level outing.

Nia Voss of Frankfurt Germany meanwhile submitted the preeminent performance of the tournament thus far. essentially took over the center of the field while also encouraging her teammates and working within the confines of the system.

It was an MVP caliber turn by the HTC central midfielder as she provided in 3 goals, and 2 assists for her team.

An international, and perhaps one of the exciting prospects on the planet, Voss was humble, generous to her teammates, and thankful to her coaches in victory.

We are so proud to announce that Voss has been named the Liberty Bank Player of the Week!

Congrats to Nia! Glückwunsch!!

HTC also got a strong performance from Charlotte Devillier (Feeding Hills Massachusetts), who went for a shutout and 10 saves!

HTC can clinch the #1 seed in the May 19th championship tournament if they finish the group stage undefeated. They return to action this Sunday May 5th at Johnson Field. They will meet the host JVF Dragons, and the New York Hockey Club led by Marq Mellor.

Competitive Edge fights their way to victory.

The Competitive Edge Field Hockey club at Johnson Field on April 28th, 2024

CEFH (Trumbull, Connecticut) brought the heat Sunday evening.

Led by highly regarded Head Coach Kati Cavanaugh, the warriors from Trumbull scratched, clawed, and refused to take no for an answer at Johnson Field Sunday night.

One of the best Field Hockey players in the country led the charge.

Kelley Monahan, a Fairfield University commit, was central to the 1-1 start for her ball club. The Senior provided key leadership, maintaining team infrastructure throughout the proceedings, and dominating the action all over the field.

Sophomore Abby Burke opened her Yale Series account with a splendid goal, and Sophomore Stella Talisse proved she is one of the best defensive talents in the tournament, keeping up the defensive pressure for 40 minutes no questions asked.

Brilliant performance for the team in red and white. They are now tied with the New York Hockey club for a potential third seed in the championship tournament May 19th.

The warriors from Trumbull return to action this Sunday, May 5th, at Johnson Field. The team will confront the host JVF Dragons, and the AIM Athletes led by Amy Krompinger.


  • HTC Cheer (Madison Connecticut) led by Head Coach Trent Randall and Colleen Kinkade, participated in a strong performance for the HTC banner. The standout performer was the talented Tia Angelis (Feeding Hills, Massachusetts), she registered 2 goals, 4 assists, and plenty of exciting plays. The vibrant group of competitors turned in a 1-1 record on their opening day, and now sit tied for tied for the 4th seed with AIM Athletes. The team will return next weekend to complete their group slate.

  • The JVF Panthers (New Haven, Connecticut) provided fans with a gritty effort on Sunday night. Missing several players, the girls were led by Mia Hardt, Emma Harrison, Gracie Bunnell, and Head Coach Kylie Gargiulo. In a nice touch, middle schoolers Jetta Bozzi, and Josie Yun became the youngest players to play in the event. The JVF Panthers will return for the championship tournament May 19th.

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