U16s Become Champions at Festival

As most people in the United States were eating turkey and sharing stories and gratitude, the Aim U16 team was busy winning its first two games at the National Field Hockey Festival in Indio, California and focusing on the road to becoming champions of Pool V at the world’s largest amateur field hockey event.  The team ended with a record ... Read More »

U19 Team Undefeated at Windy City Tournament

In our recent trip to the Chicago area for the Windy City Pre-Festival Tournament, our U19 team was undefeated in the 5 games played.  We competed with the Gateway, Windy City, and Wisconsin Select Club Teams.  Our U16s fared well, too, finishing with a record of 2-1-2.  Our U14s were really challenged throughout the weekend, but they managed to tie ... Read More »

Indoor Leagues Team Registration Form

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Aim Falls Short in Championship Game

Aim competed in the Gateway Jr Classic Tournament on Labor Day.  We had two U14 teams and one U12 team participate in the day’s event, and each team played five games throughout the day.  There were eight teams total in the tournament, made up of squads from Gateway’s club team, Windy City’s club team (Chicago), and Aim’s club team.  Aim ... Read More »

St. Louis Showcase Cancelled

The St. Louis Showcase, scheduled for July 14, 2009, has been cancelled.  If you have any questions, please contact Director Lauren Cornthwaite at 636-825-2457 or Read More »

U12, U14 Practice Cancelled March 28

Practice this afternoon has been cancelled for the U12 and U14 teams.  U16 and U19 practice will still take place this evening from 6-8pm. Read More »

U19 Team Qualifies for Nationals

On Saturday, January 31, our U19 Orange team earned third place in the St. Louis Qualifying Tournament.  This position earned the team a spot at the National Indoor Tournament.  The nine girls on this team (Maddie Brooks, Margaret Ellis, Izzy Fratt, Kelly Griffin, Hana Kahn, Anna Krane, Lexie Lindblad, Jessica McLean, and Lauren Proctor) will head to Virginia Beach March ... Read More »