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NAHA College Showcase Information

2020 Showcase Information - July 31-August 2, 2020

Coach Mike Cox meets his Showcase team

 Please read this information carefully. If you feel this program is for you, click on the link to the right and proceed to the Application.

Cost: $495, full payment must be received to register, and there are no refunds. 

Format: Individual registration only. All players will be split up into teams for the Showcase. Each team will consist of 9 forwards, 6 defense, 2 goalies. Teams will be coached by the college coaches who staff the Showcase.

As there are a limited number of goalie positions available, all goalies must be pre-approved by emailing your name, school/club teams, year of graduation, and you will receive a return email.


Arena:  Boston Sports Institute - Wellesley, MA

Lodging: This is not an overnight camp. Participants are responsible for their own room and board; participants use local hotels and stay with families during the event. The Showcase secures special rates at hotels close to the arenas, and convenient to other area attractions. Please check the Showcase Hotel page for more information. As an alternative, some families choose to camp in the area.

On ice: Team training sessions; small games tournament. Round robin tournament, including Championship and Consolation games. Goalie-specific sessions.

Players will receive info and details on the event about 2 weeks before the tournament. Times and teams are not determined before then, so specific information cannot be given as to start times. The first day practices start at 2:30pm for the first 2 teams; if you need a late start, just request it.

On the day of the event, please plan on checking in at the rink in the lobby, about an hour before you first ice session.

If you are traveling with teammates or staying with a friend, we can accommodate team requests, just drop us an email (click here).

Off ice: Each year the Informational Sessions at the NAHA Showcase are praised for the depth and quality of information, the expertise of the presenters and how much it aids the recruiting process. 
  - The College Recruiting Process- presented by College Admissions and College Athletic Department personnel
  - College Coaches Round Table round- coaches discuss Women's Hockey Today (includes Q&A session for parents and players)
  - College Players-Insights into the Transition from High School to College from current college hockey players.

Area Colleges: There are many colleges within easy driving distance. Many coaches will be on their campuses during this week as it is a great time to visit as part of your college decision process. You should call ahead to make appointments with coaches. 

Small Games Tournament

View from the stands at UVM of the Small Games Tournament

 The opening day of the NAHA Showcase features our Small Games Tournament. It's a great way to kick off the Showcase, as the players get to compete, socialize, meet new friends and teammates, and begin to work with their team coaches, who are all women's college coaches.