Field Hockey Camp Quote

Field Hockey Camp Quote

“Some of my friends just came back from a field hockey camp, and they told me to try it. We were in my basement playing for hours — I just loved it.” – Dana Ramsden

I Can Do This Stuff Quote

I Can Do This Stuff Quote

“We all know that the great memories of our childhood are the little triumphs – it doesn’t really matter whether that was in writing, art, on the hockey field or on the football field. It’s something that makes you feel – ‘I can do this stuff.'” – Michael Morpurgo

Confidence of Female Athletes Quote

“All our lives are enriched by the leadership and excellence and confidence of female athletes, whether the Mia Hamms and Maya Moores we know or the field hockey, lacrosse and track and field athletes we do not necessarily know.” – George Vecsey

Adjust My Sails Quote

Adjust My Sails Quote

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” – Jimmy Dean

Best Things Quote

Best Things Quote

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller

Field Hockey For Girls Quote

Field Hockey For Girls Quote

“It’s odd, that’s why I don’t like telling people I played field hockey. It’s real big in Australia for guys. But I say I played in America, and everybody goes, ‘Oh, you girl!’.”- Heath Ledger

First Team for Field Hockey Quote

First Team For Field Hockey Quote

“I mean, if you pause over what it means at the age of 76 that Eleanor Roosevelt wrote, the happiest single day of her life was the day she made the first team at field hockey. Field hockey is a team sport. Field hockey is a knockabout – I mean, picture Allenswood, the swamps of north London. It’s a messy sport. So she really enjoyed playing this rough-and-tumble sport in the mud of Allenswood, a team sport. And she was very competitive. And she loved being competitive, and she loved to win. And that, I think, was all of the things that Allenswood enabled.” – Blanche Wiesen Cook

Back to top