The on ice experience will include reinforcement of hockey skills, a focus on physical play that girls see in high school hockey and beyond, and a tournament to cap off the camp that will allow the girls to put their skills to the test.
Off ice, Tier 1 uses USA Hockey plans that are fun, age-appropriate drills that will help deliver agility, balance, coordination, strength and skill training that to complement on-ice skills.
A presentation by a female college hockey coach to share with campers about what she looks for in players she recruits as well as how she worked her way up to be a head coach of a women’s college hockey program.
Great coaching by women that have or do play at the highest levels as well as women that have extensive youth coaching experience.
Girls will get the opportunity to really improve their skills as they will have one on one access to coaches.
Hockey at any level must be fun, especially with kids. We will cap off the camp with a super fun tournament that will allow them to get to know their coaches and peers better and put their new skills to the test.
Allie played for the Isabel Cup champions, Boston Pride, for in the 2022-23 season. Before playing for the Pride Allie was a standout for the MN Whitecaps from 2017-22. She played her collegiate hockey at Boston College. She won a silver medal in 2010 in the four nations cups competing for the US.
Allie also competed in the US Olympic trials in speed skating, in 2014 and 2018. She has also played Bandy for the US national team. She was an all-state in hockey, softball, and soccer in 2006 at North St. Paul HS. She was also awarded the 2006 Ms. Hockey in the state of MN as the most outstanding HS player in the state.
Maddy plays for the University of St. Thomas. She is a standout blue-liner that is one of the team’s leaders in goals, assists, and points. Maddy played high school hockey at Andover where she was an all-state honorable mention. She was also a member of the 2020 Andover team that won the class AA MN state high school championship.
“For me, hockey is a way for me to take a step away from others parts of my life, and just have fun and play free surrounded by people who love the sport as much as me!”
Peyton plays for the University of Minnesota. She was awarded the 2022 NCAA Rookie of the Year, 2022 WCHA Rookie of the year, All-USCHO Rookie team, and more. Peyton was a member of the of the USA Hockey U18 tem that won Gold at the 2020 IIHF Under-18 World Championships. At Andover high school she was a member of the 2020 AA state championship team, an all-conference, all-metro, all state, as well as being named the 2021 Ms. Hockey as the top girls high school player in Minnesota.
“Hockey has taught me discipline, work ethic, and countless life lessons. It has most importantly helped me make friendships that will last a lifetime. There is no game more fast, fun, and creative. Hockey is truly everything important all wrapped up into one simple,
Josie plays net-minder for the Penn State Nittany Lions. She was the 2020-21 USCHO.com Rookie of the Year award recipient. She also received the 2020-21 Goaltender of the Year in the College Hockey America conference. She holds the Penn State record for most wins and most shutouts. She has also won multiple CHA Goaltender of the week and of the month awards.
Before Penn State, Josie played varsity hockey at Forest Lake HS. She played for the girls' team from 2016-18 and the boys team from 2018-2020. She won two all conference and all section titles. She also excelled in the classroom where she received All-Academic honors all seasons. Josie also won the 2019 NAHA Tier 1 HS Elite League championship.
What does hockey mean to you?
“Hockey means the world to me, it’s been an amazing experience and a roller coaster that has taught me many life lessons. I love the competitiveness and the friendships found within the sport. I hope I can relate to younger girls and push them to be their best and encourage them to continue to pursue the amazing sport.”
Taylor has extensive coaching experience. She has coached the Stillwater 15UA team, coached AAA hockey for Blue Army Hockey Club and Rivertown Hockey, as well as the Hockey and Sons hockey camps.
Taylor attended Minnesota State University where she played five years for the Mavericks. Taylor excelled on the ice as well as off the ice. She was a 4-time member of the WCHA All-Academic Team. Prior to HS Taylor played for the Revolution AAA, Stillwater High School, and the Madison Capitals AAA.
“Hockey is more than a game to me it is a lifestyle. I have seen with my own two eyes how much hockey takes you throughout your whole life. How the sport is not just a game it is a lifetime of memories and friends that you will never lose. It is the commitment of a player getting up to go to a cold rink when they don’t want too or putting countless hours out on the pond to
get in extra practice. Hockey is not just something I play here and there hockey will always be a part
Lotti is a member of the Hungarian National Team, which has given her the opportunity to compete across Europe and North America. She is currently a blue-liner for the University of St. Thomas. Prior to St. Thomas Lotti played four years in the Ivy League for Dartmouth College where she was awarded All-Ivy Honorable Mention. During her season at St. Thomas Lotti has also coached the MSP Starwhals 15U team.
“Hockey has brought me across the world and given me
opportunities that I could have only dreamed of. It pushed me past my limits and made me the
person I am today. I’ve met some of the most amazing people, including my best friends.”
Haley is an outstanding Blue-Liner for St Thomas. She played in 36 games as a first year and she earned a WCHA Defender of the Week title. With the Edina Hornets she is a Two times State Champion, she scored 38 points in her career and was name Captain in her senior year.
“Hockey has given me the opportunity to meet so many new people and go to places all around. Hockey has taught me many life skills that I will hold onto forever. Without hockey I would not be where I am today.”
Anna completed her red-shirt freshman year at the University of Vermont. Vermont finished 2nd in the staked Hockey East conference. She was a consistent force on the blue line playing 32 game and tallying 5 points.
Before the University of Vermont, Anna captained the powerhouse Benilde-St. Margaret's team. She was a part of one of the top D corps in all of MN HS Hockey.
“Hockey is one of the most impactful and important parts of my life. It has taught me some of my most valued skills, such as teamwork, resilience, and humility, and given me some of my greatest memories. Above all, it has introduced me to my best friends and helped me to form so many meaningful relationships that I know I will always carry with me. I love hockey, and I love being able to share its greatness so others may come to love it too.”
Skylar plays goalie for the U of MN. She has received numerous awards including but not
limited to, HCA National Goaltender of the Year semi-finalist, 3 rd team all WCHA, WCHA all-
tournament team, WCHA Goaltender of the month several times, WCHA Goaltender of the week several times, WCHA All-Academic team, and more.
Prior to the U of MN Skylar played boys varsity for Lakeville North. She also competed for the USA
U18 team where she won Silver in the 2019, and Gold in the 2020 IIHF World Championships.
“Hockey has taught me so many life lessons through the years. It
has taught me many things that I implement in all aspects of my life, but most importantly hockey has
brought me so much joy. Without this sport I would not be the person I am today.”