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MODAY START: Monday July 27 start for the Showcase will be afternoon to accommodate those coming up to the Showcase from the Beantown Tournament
SHOWCASE INFO: The Showcase is full for goalies.
Thank you for taking the time to look into the NAHA Showcase. We hope you'll join us this summer and that we can help you on your path to play college hockey!
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New date right after the Beantown Event! Get more bang for your buck by coming up to the Showcase!
15th Annual NAHA Showcase
July 27 -30, 2015
Who will attend the Showcase?
Our program brings together players with aspirations to play at the college level for a high-performance experience. Participants come from across North America, as well as overseas. Showcase players have received college scholarship offers based on their performance at the Showcase.
Again in 2015:
The Showcase is open to PLAYERS OF HIGH SCHOOL AGE (entering grades 9-12) & PGs..
Each year our Showcases attract more and more attention from college scouts--Representing EVERY college conference and level in the US. NO OTHER SUMMER PROGRAM PROVIDES THE LEVEL OF EXPOSURE AND OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP RELATIONSHIP WITH COLLEGE COACHES AS WE DO. Last year our Showcase was scouted by colleges representing every level and conference in the US - each year this event grows, and gets better and better. (See the 52 Colleges who attended on the Scout list below). Consistently this program is attracting more interest from colleges than other traditional alternatives.
Our goal is first and foremost to provide value to the participants in this program. We provide an opportunity for players to receive excellent instruction, train and compete with other elite players at a reasonable cost. Players are placed on teams for the Showcase and assigned a college coach. They have the opportunity to develop a relationship with that coach, and even if it's not a school on their wish list, they have a great resource and counselor following their time with that coach. Their experience in practice and during games is guided by coaches with experience at the college and national level of women's hockey. Practices incorporate skill development while improving a player's game sense. Teams are kept small so there is plenty of game/ice time for each player.
"Both the players and staff enjoy this format more than any other camp I've worked at. It's great to really get to know the girls on and off the ice. I recommend this as THE best opportunity for HS student-athletes entering the college selection process." Scott Wiley, former Head Coach, Colgate University
"Your format gives an opportunity to get to know the girls, watch how they react to college level practices, and then coach them in high level games. There's no other opportunity like this. It's fun, competitive, and instructional- by far the best program of its kind." Dan Koch, Assistant Coach, U of Wisconsin
“The Showcase was very helpful in exposing my daughter to college coaches, and helped us sort out the college process, which we knew little about. It made a difference in my daughters life." Tara, Ontario
“The NAHA Showcase is an excellent program. Practices, off ice sessions, small games tournament, 2 games a day- everything you could ask for!! We’ve been to the others, this is simply the best- affordable, productive and packed with good information.” Mark S., Edina MN
“This had just the right amount of ice time, plenty of chances to learn from the best coaches, to ask questions, and learn about college recruiting. It really helped me going into my senior year.” Katie , AK