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Club Teams in Michigan

There are three club field hockey teams in Michigan: Pinnacle, Fer De Lance, and Live Oak.

Participating in club field hockey often means practicing weekly in preparation for various tournaments held around the country.

Club teams compete against the best teams in the USA at national tournaments. Being a member of a travel team is often essential if an athlete is looking to get recruited to play at the Varsity level in college. 

Both Pinnacle and Fer De Lance are based out of Washtenaw County, and Live Oak is based out of Livingston/Oakland counties.

Fer De Lance Field Hockey

From FDL's website:

"FDL FHC was established by Maren and Ryan Langford in 2009 to provide field hockey players with more opportunities to play locally. Three years later, we expanded our club to travel in order to answer the demand in Ann Arbor."

Read more about FDL at their website below:

Live Oak Field Hockey

From Live Oak's website:

"Live Oak Field Hockey Club exists to develop strong field hockey players and strong young women in Livingston (Live) and Oakland (Oak) Counties, in Michigan.  We endeavor to create opportunities for young athletes to learn the game and improve their skills.  We will provide high school athletes with the opportunity for at least one national field hockey event per year, and many local opportunities.  We aim to open doors for field hockey players from Michigan to pursue the game during and after high school through playing, coaching and officiating."

Read more of their mission at their website below:

Pinnacle Field Hockey

From Pinnacle's website:

"Since our launch, in 2009, Pinnacle has subscribed to our initial mission statement:

  •  grow the game,

  •  enable athletes to grow through a sport called field hockey as teammates and citizens, and

  • empower athletes to realize their goals for field hockey – interscholastic and/or intercollegiate"

Read more of their mission at their website below: