Support NU Field Hockey
Northwestern field hockey has established itself as one of the top programs in the Big Ten as well as in the nation. Under the guidance of head coach Tracey Fuchs, Northwestern has earned top-10 national rankings in each of the last six years and claimed Big Ten titles in 2013 and 2014. The 'Cats are poised for a conference title and sustained success on the national level.
"Within our field hockey program, we talk a lot about the contributions of 'the team around the team,' which includes generous donors to Northwestern Athletics. We are so thankful to have one of—if not the best—fields in the country, and we owe this to the leadership of Dr. Schapiro and Dr. Phillips, and the support of the donors like yourself. Thank you for your continued support and Go 'Cats!"
Tracey Fuchs, Head Coach
Helps to fund travel to ensure a competitive national schedule each fall
Provides support for the coaches to recruit nationally and internationally and bring great student-athletes to Evanston
Assists with new initiatives, such as the addition of video replay for home games starting in fall 2016
The impact of your annual support:
Northwestern earned an NCAA tournament berth and posted a victory over Louisville, advancing the team to the quarterfinal round.
A pair of Wildcats earned NFHCA All-America recognition as senior back Sophia Miller was named to the first team and junior midfielder Puck Pentenga was named to the third team.
The Wildcats were stellar in the classroom with 12 individuals earning Academic All-Big Ten accolades.
Season Highlights from 2017: