Western Pa. and Michigan are working together to ‘grow the game’ of field hockey; ‘superwoman’ Mallory Federoff explains

Growing the field hockey scene in the Pittsburgh area has been an ongoing project with a lot of people involved in making it possible.   Mallory Federoff (Weisen), a USA Field Hockey coach, umpire and owner of Upswing Clinics, is one of the biggest. A field hockey player and graduate from Middleburg High School — where she still holds the record as leading scorer with the field hockey team at 94 goals and 60 assists — Federoff took her career to Penn State. As a Nittany Lion, she was named a NFHCA DI All-American and graduated with honors in 2008 with a degree in kinesiology.   Now, Federoff is using her talents and knowledge to help the next generation of players through her own clinic and through USA Field Hockey. She’s helping to “grow the game.”   “This summer, I was asked to join the Western PA Growth Committee, “…

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