Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Good luck to team USA

Harrow would like to wish the USA Field hockey team the best of luck at the PANAM games. The road to London is yours for the taking. We will be following your success and rooting for you on American soil.

Harrow xx

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Good luck

Yay the fall is here and so is field hockey season… the reason we exist and the sport we love.

With our new range of sticks the field hockey season just got even cooler. So College teams have already played their first games but the pre season standings are such:

Institution Points (first place votes in parentheses)
1. University of Maryland 966 (32)
2. University of North Carolina 939 (14)
3. University of Virginia 829 (2)
4. University of Connecticut 715
5. Syracuse University 664
6. Ohio State University 641
7. Princeton University 615 (1)
8. Penn State University 590
9. University of Michigan 527
10. American University 457
11. Wake Forest University 429
12. Old Dominion University 410
13. Michigan State University 371
14. Boston College 349
15. Duke University 328
16. University of Louisville 250
17. University at Albany 214
18. Drexel University 186
19. Boston University 170 (1)
20. Stanford University 163

It’s going to be an exciting season with so many talented teams. Who will bring home the Natty Championship? If you’re not a College field hockey fan then there’s plenty of USA field hockey to look forward to and of course national festival in November. Over the course of the season you can tweet us your scores. We will RT them for all to see. Don’t forget to @harrowfh.

So from us at Harrow, best of luck for your season and happy hockeying!

Monday, August 29, 2011

Go America. Go Harrow

Harrow got all patriotic on us whilst in Washington D.C. We did a phot shoot with two USA field hockey members. Maybe you know them? Rachel Dawson and Mel Brill? Yeah they are kind of a big deal. Well both are sporting the new Harrow sticks (out now as an early Christmas gift to you).
So in the capital of this great country we went on a little journey... As Rachel Dawson quoted, "Harrow is going places" well not only is she correct she is also our superstar super model in the shoot. Sporting the Tembo stick and Harrow field hockey glove. On the metro, fitting that it was the red line and all around D.C our Harrow girls flashed their pearly whites and Harrow equipment. We even ran into a group of adoring fans who wanted a picture with these superstars.

So enough writing already show us the pictures... Ok ok here they are.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

National Club Championship video

Harrow was the official sponsor of this amazing event which is now a prominent event on the USA field hockey calendar. If you weren't there then you missed the heat but you also missed some awesome skill and 3 days of field hockey. Really trendy tanks, pullovers and shorts with the NCC 2011 logo on were also sold at the tournament. If you missed out on your official merchandise then you can still order some at

Check out the NCC highlight video  here.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

National Club Championship 2011

First official National Club Championship 2011 

For so long American field hockey has been missing one thing…a club championship. All over the world club field hockey has had a competitive league resulting in a play off and the crowning of a club champion. The honor of winning a national tournament brings pride and status to the respective club.

Playing for a club team during the off -season or during field hockey season can only be beneficial to any player, more playing time as well as exposure to playing with stronger players at a higher level. In turn club teams strengthen the grass root levels of field hockey in the United States.

So the first annual National Club Championship will be held in Richmond, Virginia from 21, July 2011- 24, July 2011. Guess who the official sponsors of the event is? HARROW obviously. There will be a Harrow booth where you can get all your field hockey necessities. Harrow will be selling official event merchandise as well as showcasing the brand new stick line favored by Rachel Dawson in the recent Champions Challenge.

“Harrow has stood for performance since our inception," said Alli Tanner, Harrow Director of Field Hockey. "The National Club Championship provides an opportunity to showcase the best in amateur athletic performance and our goal is for field hockey players across America to aspire to be participants."

Tweet @harrowfh and let us know that you’ll be there.

Any questions regarding merchandise or stick orders please contact or call 303-892-3472

Monday, July 11, 2011

National Futures Championship

Harrow field hockey traveled to Virginia Beach to jam with the young field hockey stars of the future, at the National Futures Championship. It was so exciting to see so many young girls all showing off their skill and talent.

Teams were divided into cities from around the world and color coded according to age group. The final results and winners were:

Atlanta won the u/14 section.
Congratulations to the following team members:

Erin Bradshaw, Jessica Niccum, Erin Matson, Christie Van De Kamp, Lexi Davidson, Erin McNamara, Kelsey Keener, Jenna Patrine, Linnea Gonzales, Jen Bleakney, Mariah Lowman, Taylor Stone, Katrina Carter, Samara Spence, Nicole Olguin, Austyn Cuneo, Lauren McNally, Coach: Rebecca Masteller

Amsterdam won the u/16 section
Congratulations to the following team members:

Regan Spencer, Madeline Hedrick, Eryn McCoy, Kyla Cordrey, Krysten Mayers, Marissa Balleza, Elena Veale, Jamee Albright, Julia Petrey-Juarez, Elana Meer, Sarah Keer, Teresa Carotenuto, Mary Flick, Hannah Fisher, Alaina Madeline, Kristina Bassi, Heather Wiley, Coach: Maggie Long

Sochi won the u/19 section
Congratulations to the following team members:

Deidra Clymer, Sara Nicolas, Hayley Hoge, Nicole Miller, Mallory Roach, Olivia Hajek, Hannah Thiemann, Shannon Regan, Sarah Urdahl, Celia D'Agostino, Jessica Gardiner, Ashleigh Allen, Jenn Staab, Brittany Hopkins, Sydney Supica, Hannah Brotzge, Gabriella Giannone, Coach: Lauren Sickel

My favorite part of the tournament was definitely the sea of Harrow back- packs. It was the ‘it’ item at the tournament and we just love it. If you want to order your individual or team back- pack’s please contact or call 303-892-3472
Remember we customize bags and uniforms so get your harrow on for this upcoming season.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Champions Challenge 2011

The 2011 Champions Challenge is being held in Dublin, Ireland. Some folk have been asking how this tournament affects your chance to qualify for the Olympics and how it affects the teams’ international rankings.

The Champions Challenge is essentially the bottom six ranked teams in the world. The top six nations attend the Champions Trophy tournament. The loser of the Champions Trophy gets relegated to the Champions Challenge tournament and the winner of the Champions Challenge tournament then moves up to the Champions Trophy tournament.

This year the Pools are divided in two: Pool A and Pool B.
At the top of Pool A is South Africa with 4 points, ahead of Scotland who also has 4 points, but the convincing 5-1 for South Africa over Japan has put them at the top of pool A. Japan comes in third with 3 points and USA at the bottom of the pool after two close losses. Japan defeated USA 2-1 despite the USA having many chances in the last minutes of the half. USA’s second loss, 3-1 came versus Scotland after being tied at the half.

Pool B has been full of surprises with the usual field hockey powers not dominating. It appears this years Champions Challenge will be one for the under dogs. The host nation, Ireland leads Pool B with 6 points and two wins over Azerbaijan and India. Azerbaijan is in second standing with 3 points and a win over Spain. In the last two positions of Pool B is Spain and India with 1 point each.

Today is a rest day in Ireland with the teams preparing for the following upcoming matches: Japan vs Scotland; USA vs South Africa; Azerbaijan vs India and Spain vs Ireland.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Rachel Dawson Inks with Harrow Field Hockey

Press release: 

Harrow field hockey is proud to announce the signing of their first official sponsored player. 

Rachel Dawson, a University of North Carolina graduate and seven year American national team player, has teamed up with the American field hockey brand to promote, energize and grow the sport in this country.

Dawson, who already is a prominent face in American field hockey, epitomizes the Harrow brand with passion, energy, determination and a love for the game.

"I am beyond ecstatic to become Harrow's first officially sponsored field hockey athlete. The Harrow Brand is dynamic and innovative, and most importantly, dedicated to the growth of field hockey at every age and level in America.  As marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of its own line of quality field hockey sticks and equipment, Harrow is, in a word, All-American. I am excited to join forces with Harrow, and to represent a brand that I believe will have an important role in driving the USA to international podium status" said Dawson.

Harrow Sports, Inc. is a leading marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of sporting goods and uniforms to the institutional and team sports market. Harrow’s lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey, and squash equipment lines, along with a comprehensive apparel, bag, and footwear are sold internationally and throughout America.

Mark Hayden, CEO of Harrow said, "Signing Rachel Dawson demonstrates Harrow's continued commitment to field hockey and women’s athletics. Rachel is one of the elite athletes in the history of field hockey and continues to serve as an outstanding symbol for the character, dedication, and performance that both Harrow and Rachel bring to the game. She is an excellent ambassador for female athletes all over the world."