Empowering Girls in Hockey
At Amherst Youth Hockey, we take immense pride in leading the way in girls' hockey enrollment in New York State. This accomplishment underscores our dedication to not only attracting but also retaining female players in the sport. Over recent years, we've witnessed remarkable growth, a testament to our unwavering commitment to advancing hockey among girls.
Equity is Our Foundation
One of the cornerstones of Amherst Youth Hockey is our relentless pursuit of growing the game for girls while ensuring equitable opportunities for all. We're not just about bringing more female players into the fold; we're equally dedicated to ensuring that every participant, regardless of gender, enjoys the same access to the sport. This commitment to equity echoes throughout our coaching philosophy, emphasizing skill development, teamwork, and an inclusive, positive environment.
Unlocking Our Success
Our achievement in attracting and retaining female players can be attributed to various factors:
- History of Excellence: With a rich history of success, we've established ourselves as a trusted destination for young athletes looking to thrive in hockey.
- Inclusivity at Heart: We actively work on creating a warm, welcoming, and supportive environment for girls, making them feel valued and at home in the world of hockey.
- Expert Coaching: Our high-quality coaching and development programs ensure that every player, regardless of their background, receives the guidance they need to excel in the sport.
Contributing to Youth Sports in New York State
By championing girls' hockey and upholding our commitment to equal opportunities for all, Amherst Youth Hockey is not just advancing the sport; we're shaping the future of youth sports in New York State. Join us in this exciting journey to empower girls and promote equity in hockey.
Get in Touch
Have questions or want to learn more about our programs? Reach out to us today. We're here to share our passion for hockey and provide you with all the information you need to get started.