Avery Hughes ’73 has been the head field hockey coach at Pembroke Hill since 1978, compiling over 300 wins. Avery has coached eighth grade, freshmen, junior varsity and varsity basketball at PHS as well as serving two years as squash coach.
She is currently a fifth grade faculty assistant, and has been a sixth grade computer and math teacher and lower school P.E. teacher at Sunset Hill and PHS.
Avery graduated from Sunset Hill School in 1973 and Smith College in 1977, with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. While at Smith College, she played varsity field hockey, tennis, basketball and squash and served as captain of the field hockey team her senior year.
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Raider Award Winner: Caroline Salzman, Olivia Sabates
Gateway Field Hockey Tournament - 2nd place
All-Time High Scorer in a Single Season - 17 Goals
Career Assists Record - 23 Assists
Tied Record – Career Points (goals and assists) tied Audrey Newell’s ’13 record of 69 points
Most Assists in a Season (13 Assists)
Raider Award Winner: Meg Esrey
Raider Award Winners: Kit Frazen, Paige Penning
Raider Award Winner: Allysa Lisbon
First place: Pool J-Gateway Classic Field Hockey Tournament
Raider Award Winner: Julia Depp, Kat Gentleman
Second place: Pool J-Gateway Field Hockey Tournament
Raider Award Winner: Elizabeth Helzberg, Lauren Brands
Audrey Newell: Set Career Points record (goals and assists)
This is a long list of great camps backed by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.National Field Hockey Coaches Association Camp Listings
Another long list of great camps that partner with the United States Field Hockey Association.
Other camps Pembroke Hill Students have attended:Northwestern Field Hockey Camp
Duke Field Hockey Camp
Michigan Field Hockey Camp
University of Connecticut Field Hockey Camp
Revolution Field Hockey Camps
- Attendance is required at all scheduled games and practices.
- Illnesses and emergencies are the only excused absences.
- Persistent tardies to games or practices will result in an unexcused absence.
- Unexcused absences will result in reduced playing time. The athlete will be required to be at all practices but will not be allowed to participate in a portion or all of the next game.
- Excessive unexcused absences will result in a conference with the coaches and athletic director and a possible dismissal from the team.
- You must make contact with one of the coaches personallyif you are unable to attend a practice or game.
- To be eligible to participate in a practice or game, you must attend all of your classes on that day unless an excused absence has been approved prior to that day. In order to be considered for an exemption from this rule, the Athletic Director or Principal must be contacted before 8:30 a.m. the day of the requested exemption and they will review your request. This exemption will be granted only after careful review of the needed information and usually only under extraordinary circumstances.
An unexcused absence from class shall result in the student being withheld from participation in athletics on the date the violation occurs. It should be noted that unexcused absences from athletic practice sessions result in partial or complete loss of playing time in the next regularly scheduled contest as determined by the coach.
- All students must travel with the team to and from games by transportation provided by the school unless excused by the coach.
- During the entire athletic season in which the student participates, beginning with the first day of regularly scheduled practice with any part of a sport’s squad and ending with the last contest in that sport, seven days per week, 24 hours per day, a student:
·shall not consume or possess beverages containing alcohol;
·shall not use tobacco; or
·shall not use or consume, have in possession, buy, sell or give away marijuana or any substance defined by law as an illegal drug or controlled substance.
It is not a violation for a student to be in possession of a legally defined drug that is specifically prescribed for the student’s own use by a doctor or is used in a religious ceremony.
Student-athletes’ conduct in and out of school will be such as to bring no discredit to the athletes, their parents, the school or the team.
10. Students who represent a school in interscholastic activities must be a credible citizen and judged so by the proper authority. Those students whose character or conduct is such as to reflect discredit upon themselves or their schools are not considered 'credible citizens.'
Each school shall diligently and completely investigate any issue that could affect student eligibility.
A student who commits an act for which charges may be or have been filed by law enforcement authorities under any municipal ordinance, misdemeanor or felony statute shall not be eligible until all proceedings with the legal system have been concluded and any penalty (i.e. jail time, fine, court cost, etc.) or special condition of probation (i.e. restitution, community service, counseling, etc.) has been satisfied. If law enforcement authorities determine that charges will not be filed, eligibility will be contingent upon local school policy. Minor moving traffic offenses shall not affect eligibility, unless they involve drugs, alcohol, accidents or injuries. After a student has completed all court appearances and penalties, and satisfied all special conditions of probation and remains under general probation only, local school authorities shall determine eligibility.
Each student is responsible to notify the school of any and all situations that would affect his/her eligibility under the above standards. If the student does not notify the school of the situation prior to the school's discovery, then the student shall be ineligible for 365 days from the discovery, pending review by the Board of Directors. The school would have to forfeit all contests that the ineligible individual competed in.