Girls' Hockey Program
The girls' hockey program at National Sports Academy is dedicated to developing strong female athletes and helping them succeed at the next level. The team competes in a rigorous 7-month season that includes daily on ice and off ice training, a weight training program, and individual player development. The 45-60 game schedule allows the players to compete against top female hockey players and to be seen by a multitude of college coaches and scouts.
NSA is committed to helping student-athletes develop both on the ice and in the classroom. Players are able to increase their speed, strength, endurance, and hockey sense so that they can reach their full potentials. The program provides the serious female hockey player with a structured training program that incorporates a combination of European and North American approaches to teaching specific skills and game strategies.