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Strong Showing at Windy City Tournament


This past weekend, our U14, U16, and U19 Festival teams headed to the outskirts of Chicago to compete in the annual Windy City Tournament.  Though it was chilly, our girls were ready to compete.  Aim played games against Windy City, Gateway, and Milwaukee to help prepare for the upcoming National Field Hockey Festival.  It proved to be a great opportunity for ... Read More »

Athlete of the Week: Annie Ryan


Annie is a current U12 athlete in our club program! Started playing field hockey: When she was 6 years old Years with Aim: 6 years What Annie has to say about field hockey: “I love field hockey because it’s fun, interactive, and hard.  The Aim coaches are very supportive and sweet!” Favorite Aim memory: The team building practice Favorite food: ... Read More »

College National Championship Brackets

Aim has a few former athletes who are still competing in their college seasons. As the seasons come to a close some teams are competing for the prestigious title of ‘National Champion’. Division I and Division III brackets were announced this week and Aim has athletes competing in both competitions! Division II will be announced next week. Alynn Richardson (Liberty), ... Read More »

Pumpkin Classic Wrap Up


Aim took 3 teams to Chicago in October for the annual Pumpkin Classic tournament: a trip that is one of our most popular among this age group! With a stop at a pumpkin farm on the way to the tournament which included games in the corn maze and other fun events, the athletes then moved on to compete at this ... Read More »

Athlete of the Week: Lilly Finn

Finn and teammates on their way to Pumpkin Classic!

Lilly is a current U14 athlete who was outstanding in the Pumpkin Classic Tournament last weekend and also this fall! Started playing field hockey: At 9 years old Years with Aim: 3 years What Lilly has to say about field hockey: “I love field hockey because it is a great stress reliever and my team mates are like my family.” Favorite Aim memory:  ... Read More »