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Team STX Continues to Rise on Every Stage
STX has always been an elite hockey brand. Fueled with momentum, our athletes, clubs, and universities continue to elevate their performance even higher. Day in and day out, they Play Huge. We now invite you to celebrate their journey.
The Wimbledon Hockey Club has one of the richest legacies in all of England. Since 1883, the club has accumulated countless victories and the accompanying hardware to prove it. 2015 was no exception, as the Men's Senior team conquered all in the Premier Division of the England Hockey League.
Led by legendary Head Coach Missy Meharg, the Terps have racked up eight NCAA National Championships and eleven Conference Championships. College Park has indeed become the gold standard for college hockey.
The Blue Devils have defined success in the ACC over the last decade. Head Coach Pam Bustin has elevated Duke to one of the top programs in the country, including an impressive runner-up finish in the 2015 NCAA Championships.
With ten conference championships and a dozen NCAA Tournament appearances, the Terriers have consistently been one of the top programs in the Northeast.
Wimbledon goes back-to-back in the England Hockey Premier League. Team STX athlete Phillip Ball clinches the championship with the game-winning shootout goal in an ultimate Play Huge moment.
Team USA On the Rise
From a 12th place finish in the 2012 London Olympics, to a strong 5th place showing at Rio in 2016, the ladies in red, white and blue continue to show the rest of the world that they are a force on the pitch and will compete for medals on every level.
Year after year, East Grinstead has been one of the top clubs to contend with indoors. 2016 was no exception, as both the men's and women's teams brought home the hardware, making it eight consecutive titles for the men's squad.
HOCKEY CHAMPIONS TROPHY
In a final tune-up prior to Rio, Team USA made an impressive showing against some of the top clubs in the world. Kelsey Kolojejchick, Jill Witmer and Katie Bam combined for five goals throughout the tournament and helped lead their team to a bronze medal finish.