Sage to sponsor Field Hockey Prospect Clinic December 2

Sage to sponsor Field Hockey Prospect Clinic December 2

Link to Registration Brochure

Link to On-Line Registration

Albany, NY--The Sage Colleges' Field Hockey team will be holding a Prospect Camp on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at the Armory at the Sage Colleges. The clinic will run from 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. and is open to girls, high school seniors, juniors and sophomores, and first year's graduating in 2019, 2020, and 2021 and 2022. All participants will be exposed to college level training. There will also be small sided games as well as a skills session. There will be a certified athletic trainer on duty throughout the clinic. The clinic will be held indoors on the turf field at the Armory at Sage.

Registration Deadline

November 26, 2018

$65 per camper. (Includes cost of camp, lunch and a Sage field hockey t-shirt)


10:00 A.M. Registration

10:15 A.M. Optional Sage Campus Tour

11:30 A.M.-Lunch and Q & A Session with Coach McDonald and Sage Field Hockey Players

1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M. On-Field Clinic Session


Please contact, Gillian McDonald

Head Field Hockey Coach

(518) 244-2274 (office)  (email)

If registering after Nov. 26, 2018,

Please contact Coach McDonald  to make sure space is still available.

Meet Coach McDonald

Sage selected Gillian McDonald as its first head coach of the Gators' new field hockey program in the spring of 2017. The Gators started their first varsity season in August of 2018. McDonald spent 11 years as the Hamilton Head Field Coach, leading the team to a 12-5 record and being named the NESCAC Coach of the Year in 2016. In their fourth NESCAC Championship appearance in their six years in the conference, the Continentals were the third seed for the NESCAC Championship, which was a program high. They achieved the school's highest national ranking, rising to eleventh in the NFHCA poll. Coach McDonald has also been named the Liberty League Coach of the Year, and has coached five All-Americans. McDonald was a First team All-American selection and a two time First team Regional All-American at Bowdoin College.