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Class of 2024

 Class of 2024 - For information on any of the below players, please contact Belinda Heltzel at [email protected]

Zane Boler
Red Land High School

I have been playing field hockey since I was 9 years old. I played for Central Penn Field Hockey at U10 and U12. Because of a boys playing opportunity, I then trained with WC Eagles U16 teams for both of my U14 years. I returned to play with Central Penn field hockey for my first U16 year, where I played for the top U16 team at all non-USA sanctioned tournaments. I was a starting varsity player for both of my middle school years with Red Land, however because I am a boy I am not permitted to play with the high school team. Instead, I began running cross country and lettered during my freshman year. In April of 2019, I tried out and was selected for the USA Junior Men’s National Indoor Field Hockey team. In October 2019, I was selected for the USA Junior Men’s National U16 team. I plan to major in Physical Therapy in college, where I am hoping to be able to be a field hockey practice player.

Astrid Comp COMMITTED (Towson University)
East Pennsboro Area High School

My current high school average is 100%, while taking honors and AP courses. I'm ranked 13 out of 180 students. I am a member of the National Honor Society. In my free time I sing, enjoy creating art, and work out. My newest athletic adventure is track; I competed in distance running. My favorite field hockey position is forward, but I can also play mid and even succeed as a defender. This is my 9th year of school field hockey and 7th year in club. I’ve played level one each year of club, and was on the number one U14 indoor team my 2019/2020 season and number one U16 team my 2021/2022 season. I've had the chance to compete in multiple national indoor and outdoor tournaments, as well as twice in the Disney Showcase. Other extracurricular activities of mine are: Freshman and Sophomore Class Treasurer; member of choir; participated in school musicals, including being cast as Glinda in The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Alice in Wonderland; Mini-Thon volunteer and committee chair; member of Student Council. Recognitions Received: Messiah College Field Hockey Camp All-Star in 2019; listed as top newcomer for my high school team Freshman year; Panther Pride school award in 2020; listed as key returning player for high school team my Sophomore and Junior year.I’m very organized, have excellent time management, and I’m highly motivated. Lately, I’m considering a career as a Sports Nutritionist. I want to attend college where I can play competitive field hockey and be challenged academically.

Madilyn Donmoyer COMMITTED (Saint Francis University)
Bishop McDevitt High School

Hi! My name is Madilyn Donmoyer and I have been playing field hockey since I was 9. My spark for the sport started when I played through a local Winter field hockey league called Central Penn Mini Sticks. From that point on, I have advanced my career in field hockey, as well as grown my love for the game. I've participated in many recreational field hockey leagues growing up, and I will be playing field hockey throughout each of my high school years at Bishop McDevitt. I began playing in club tournaments for Central Penn Field Hockey Club when I was 11. Since then, I've attended several national/regional club tournaments for field hockey, and have grown and developed my skills as a player, both on and off the field.  Here is her website link:

Ashley Doyle  
COMMITTED (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Red Land High School

Hi Coaches, I am Ashley.  I have been playing field hockey since 3rd grade.  My favorite position is midfield, but I can play any field position. I have been a Varsity starter since my Freshman year.  I currently play in the U19 age group at Central Penn Field Hockey on a Level 1 team and have been with the Club for 7 seasons of indoor and outdoor play.  I bring my best to every practice and game and push others around me to be the best they can be.  I am constantly working to better myself academically and athletically.  I am currently undecided in my major but am seeking a college or university where I can play competitive field hockey while obtaining an education to help me later in life.  You can find more about me by clicking here:

Grace Koloras  COMMITTED (Muhlenberg College)
York Suburban High School

My name is Grace Koloras. I am a Junior and varsity field hockey player at York Suburban High School in York, PA. I have been playing field hockey for 5 years. My sports career began in the gym at the age of 4. While I competed gymnastics, I had a lot of fun trying out field hockey each summer at the YSHS camp. Then I tried out for our middle school team, and I was hooked. I play club for Central Penn Field Hockey. Gymnastics prepared me for field hockey in many ways, both physical and mental. I have been a student-athlete since kindergarten and wouldn't have it any other way. My current GPA is 3.84 while taking honors and AP courses.  I am a member of National Honor Society and the Link Crew at YSHS. I am interested in studying psychology as I continue my education. I am really looking forward to continuing both my athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level. Please take a look at my recruiting profile here:

Naomi Lyter COMMITTED (Messiah University)
Greenwood High School

Hi! My name is Naomi Lyter and I am a freshman at Greenwood High School.  I am a very avid field hockey player and hope to take my love of it to the next level.  In college,  I hope to get into the medical field to follow my dream of becoming a nurse practitioner. My love for this sport started in 3rd grade when I went to a few small camps at my school. Before that, I was a huge soccer fan and almost refused to try field hockey. Then, in 4th grade, I played for mini-sticks. In 4th grade, I also started indoor for PA Mavericks. This was their last year as a club, so I switched to PA Revolution. After playing with them for about 2 years, I thought it was best for me to go somewhere else. That's when I went to Central Penn Field Hockey Club. I have been with Central Penn now for about 3 years.  For all of those 3 years, I have been on a Level 1 team.  My school team has been 3- time PIAA District 3 Class A champions and this past year we were also PIAA Class A Runner-Ups.  Although I did not start every game, I was the only freshman on the roster. I started 1 game and got a lot of playing time.  I'm looking forward to gaining more experience and skills to come back strong for my sophomore season.  Thanks for your time and please consider looking at my page here:

Kelsey Shires
Cedar Cliff High School

My name is Kelsey Shires and I will be a  2024 graduate from Cedar Cliff High School in Camp Hill, PA. I have been a varsity starter for the Colts since taking the pitch as a freshman in 2020. I began playing field hockey  8 years ago and I have been a goalie for 7 of those years. This is my sixth season playing for Central Penn Field Hockey Club. I am very coachable and I constantly strive to be the best I can be. I am currently taking all AP and advanced classes with a 4.0 GPA. I am also the varsity goalkeeper for my school's lacrosse team. Additionally, I am involved in my school’s Key Club, a community service organization. I am very excited to further my academic and field hockey careers at the collegiate level.  See my full profile at:

York Suburban High School

Hello coaches!  My name is Finley Smith and I currently am a junior at york suburban high school. I play for my school varsity field hockey team as well as club all year round. I can play as a forward or a mid fielder. I hope to continue to play field hockey throughout my college career. It’s a sport I love and enjoy. I am on my varsity team, I have a high GPA, I enjoy school, and I only plan on improving. 

I started field hockey in 6th grade through my school after 6 years of softball and other sport introductions. Field hockey clicked and I began starting for my middle school team. In the start of high school, I began playing for Ballyhoo field hockey club. I am focusing on my skill and expertise, while also focusing on trying to get into the right college fit for me.

I currently just finished playing in my 2022 field hockey season and my team ended up doing very well. We went into districts and counties as a team and I scored a total of 17 goals this past season. I currently have just started my first year with CPFH and my indoor season has begun. I also will be participating in the spring season as well.  Thank you so much and I hope I am considered. Feel free to reach out! 

Alyssa Taylor-Ford
Camp Hill High School

Hello Coaches! My name is Alyssa Taylor-Ford and I became the starting varsity goalkeeper as a Freshman at Camp Hill High School, where I recorded 6 shutouts and a 0.90 GAA. I maintain a 99% GPA while enrolled in all AP and Honors courses. 2020/21 is only my second year of playing GK, but my passion for the sport and the position is immeasurable. I start at GK for a Level 1 U16 team with Central Penn Field Hockey, and my team also participates in U19 tournaments as well. I take great pride in my ability to be a team leader, and will always give 110% on and off the field while setting the example of teamwork and sportsmanship. My dedication to improving my skills in the net is second to none, and I would love the opportunity to speak with you in the future.   My extended profile can be found at:

Lola Williams  COMMITTED (Mercyhurst University)
Cedar Cliff High School

Hi Coaches! My name is Lola Williams.  I am a member of the Class of 2024 and a member of the field hockey team at Cedar Cliff High School in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. I started playing field hockey in 4th grade.  My parents signed me up for a Mini Sticks Camp and I immediately fell in love with the sport and haven’t stopped playing since. My favorite positions are left forward and midfield.  I was a Captain on my middle school team in 7th and 8th grades and started every game.  My 9th grade year, I was the team Captain of the Junior Varsity team and started every game.   I was also a swing for Varsity playing in most of those games.  Fall of 2021, I was starting Varsity as Defensive Mid. I was named varsity midfielder of the year voted by my coaches. At the end of the season I was named to the Commonwealth Second Team All stars.   I play club field hockey all year round with Central Penn Field Hockey Club in the U16 age group.  This winter I was on the U16 Purple team, this is the top level 1 indoor team.   I was excited to represent my club in the Junior Premier Indoor League.  I will be going into my 5th season this fall with indoor and outdoor play.  This Spring 2022, I am on Central Penn Field Hockey's highest U16 team and U19 team playing in the Junior Premier Outdoor League.   I am a goal-oriented, coachable, hardworking individual who is eager to learn to become better as a person and a player.  I am seeking a college that will allow me to explore my career options while allowing me the opportunity to play field hockey.


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