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U16s Win National Club Challenge

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In July, Aim’s top U16 team headed out to the National Club Challenge in Virginia Beach to compete in the inaugural event.  The team earned a spot at this event based on its placement at the Regional Club Championship. After a small setback in the first game, Aim went undefeated for the remainder of the tournament. The team, photographed below, ... Read More »

Athlete of the Week: Georgia Leary


Georgia is a standout member of our U12 Club Team.  She just started her fall season and has her first league game this Sunday!  Good luck this fall Georgia, keep rocking it! Started playing field hockey: When she was 7 years old. Years with Aim: About 3 years. What Georgia has to say about field hockey: “Field hockey is an ... Read More »

Fall Registration Now Open! Visit Our Programs Tab!

Fall registration is now open! Click on the “Programs” tab and visit our “Club Teams” or “Little Divots” tab to register today! We are offering club teams for U10, U12 and U14 athletes.  We will also have a Little Divots program on Sundays from 1-2pm, September 13th through October 18th.  Here below are the times and dates for the club ... Read More »

Tilly Brampton of Liberty and Kate Lipton of Ohio State at Prep Camp This July!

Aim is excited to introduce our camp clinicians for this summer.  Tilly Brampton and Kate Lipton will run the first two days of our Preseason Prep Camp for all athletes on July 19th and 20th at SLUH and bring their own style to our St. Louis athletes.  They will also offer a 2-hour coaching course to any coaches interested as ... Read More »

Aim Athletes Selected to National Futures Championship

This past weekend, individual athletes from USA Field Hockey’s Futures Region 10 gathered in Houston to compete in a number of games.  From this Olympic Developmental Program, athletes have the ability to be selected to the next level, the National Futures Championship, which will take place this summer.  The following Aim athletes have been selected.  Congratulations to you all! U16s:  ... Read More »