USA Women’s Field Hockey Finds its New Home in Conshohocken

Bailey Dickerson
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The USA women’s national field hockey team has found its new temporary home at The Proving Grounds, a large multi-sport complex in Conshohocken, writes Justin Heinze for the Patch.

And while the players have still not returned to formally organized training since COVID-19 hit, they will be able to use The Proving Grounds as soon as the decision to return has been made.

The decision to relocate to Conshohocken for the next several months was made after much consideration, according to organizers.

The complex boasts five NCAA regulation artificial turf field hockey fields as well as an International Hockey Federation global water-based turf field. In addition, there is a 10,000 square foot indoor turf facility where the competitions can be held.

Other sports available at the Conshohocken sports complex include baseball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, and football.

Due to the pandemic, the team as well as many other national-level teams have relocated to other training centers nationwide to limit crowding and exposure to COVID-19.

Read more about the USA Field Hockey at the Patch by clicking here.

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