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About Us | KaPow Field Hockey
KaPow's Owner and Director, Lauren Powley, is an Olympian and former Assistant Coach at the University of Maryland, Steven's Institute of Technology, and Hurley Hockey Club (Netherlands).
Lauren is available for player and family support, player guidance on and off the field, and collegiate search support.
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Klub & Coaching Director
email: email@example.com tel: 570.266.2371
Born and raised in Mountain Top, PA, Lauren has always had strong desire to give back to the area that has provided her with such a great athletic platform to grow from.
Since 2007 Lauren
has been creating hockey events in the Wyoming Valley, wether it be tournaments, camps, or clinics.
It wasn't until 2009 that the KaPow Hockey Klub
was founded, and since then has provided a new platform for many of the areas talented hockey players.
During her High School career at Wyoming Seminary, Lauren was a part of the 2002 State Championship team under Coach Karen Klassner and Kim Barbacci.
went on to play on the USA National Team, where she
trained and lived in San Diego from 2006 - 2008 and was named to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Team
After the Olympics, Lauren continued to play on the National Team until after the World Cup Qualifier in the Spring 2010, when she resigned from the National Team.
In the following year (2010-2011) Lauren
ventured over to Holland to play and coach for one season in the premiere hockey league of the world.
Once returning to the States, Lauren coached at Stevens Institute of Technology, a Division 3 school in Hoboken, NJ, for the Fall of 2011 and then joined the Indoor National Team for a tour to Scotland in the winter of 2012.
Lauren has now made her residence in Wilkes-Barre, PA and is the full-time Klub and Coaching Director of the KaPow Hockey Klub.
is excited to evolve with the Klub to create a positive experience for all of the players involved.
is focused on not only creating talented, thinking hockey players, but also well-rounded, mature young adults.
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Feel free to call or email club director, Lauren Powley with any questions at 570-266-2371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Maryland * Hall of Fame Member
HOBOKEN, N.J. (May 26, 2011) - ...
HOBOKEN, N.J. (May 26, 2011) - First-year head coach Emily Beach has named Lauren Powley (Mountaintop, Pa.) the new field hockey assistant at Stevens Institute of Technology.
A graduate of the University of Maryland (College Park), Powley helped lead the Terrapins to an NCAA Division I championship and was a five-year member of the United States national team.
"I am thrilled to be able to announce the hiring of Lauren Powley
," said Beach.
As a player, Powley
played in the 2006 World Cup and 2008 Beijing Olympics for Team USA in addition to participating in the Pan-American games in 2007 and the Junior World Cup in 2005.
Most recently, Powley has been in the Netherlands playing for the Hurley Club and coaching three youth teams and one U-18 women's team.
She also co-founded Kapow Field Hockey which caters to beginnings to elite players and conducts tournaments, camps, and more in addition to an indoor hockey club in Northern Pennsylvania.
also takes care of the marketing, organizing, accounting, and management aspects in this venture.
Powley was a student assistant coach for the Terrapins in 2006 after using all of her intercollegiate eligibility where her responsibilities included practice preparation, game-planning, travel schedules, and all day-to-day items involved in coaching collegiate field hockey.
The Mountaintop, Pa. native also coached Advanced Play Field Hockey Camps in College Park while earning her degree in Kinesiology.
"I am extremely excited to put to use the knowledge and experiences I have gained through competing at the collegiate and international level for the past 10 years," commented Powley
"Stevens has all of the resources and support to continue developing a program that will remain successful for years to come."
At Stevens, Powley
will be involved in all aspects of the program including practice planning and implementation, scouting, video work, travel, and recruiting among other responsibilities.