"On the field hockey team, we cultivate an exciting environment of growth, rooted in hard work and team unity. Together, players set and strive to achieve personal and team goals by stretching themselves in their skills on the field and their character off the field."
Softball Head Coach and Field Hockey Head Coach Coach Bucceri an alumnae of Hawken Field Hockey, a standout player, team captain, and 4-year varsity letter winner. She played collegiate field hockey at the College of Wooster. Coach Bucceri was the Head Coach of the Hawken middle school team in 2017. In the return of the High School softball program, Coach Bucceri, grew the roster to over 20 girls and is looking to continue to grow the softball program in the near future. Also, this fall, Coach Bucceri, will assistant coach the field hockey team.
Hawken Field Hockey History
Field hockey was among the first girls sports offerings when Hawken went coed in the 1970s. From the early days of grass fields and wooden sticks, to today's game on turf with composite, specialized sticks, Hawken field hockey has built a tradition of success.
After an 3-0 defeat to Upper Arlington earlier in the day the Field Hockey team came back to win over Ottawa Hills 6-1. Sofia Beseth '22 scored had a hat trick while Hannah Doyle '23 added a goal and 2 assists. Other notable Hawks were Zoe Robinson '23 & Elle Oberfield '23 who both scored 1 goal. The Hawks are now 4-2 on the season.
After missing all of her junior season with a knee injury, Artz returned in 2016 and was the leading scorer for the Jumbo Field Hockey team as it won the NESCAC championship and advanced to the NCAA Final.