Our Mission

Maximizing potential requires continuity in training. Our club is focused on providing the following elements that athletes of all ages and levels of experience need in order to realize return:

  • High-end information
  • Competitive playing and training opportunities on a continuous, long-term basis
  • An understanding of the factors (on and off the field) that influence individual performance

Annual Club Calendar & Programs

2018 OUTDOOR TRAVEL (U12, U14, U16 & U19):

The Outdoor travel season runs from late February – June with additional events extending into the months of July, November & February depending on your respective team. Try-outs for the outdoor season take place in August of the prior year, e.g. 2018 season try-outs take place in August 2017.

Athletes that would like to compete in 2018 with PFHC but will miss the 2017 August try-outs are welcome to inquire directly via email about possible playing opportunities: ctag@princetonfhc.com. Include your name, number and age group. Roster space is extremely limited among the U16 & U19 age groups.

 

2018 ACADEMY TRAINING

PFHC offers in-house training opportunities in 2018 through our Academy (late March - June). The Academy caters to athletes across the following age groups: U14, U16 & U19. Participation in the Academy is on a first come basis; no try-outs are necessary. Registration will open mid-November 2016 for the 2017 season. Read more...

INDIVIDUAL AND SMALL GROUP TRAINING

PFHC does off private individual training and small group training.  For more information or to schedule a training session, please contact ctag@princetonfhc.com

 

2017 - 2018 Winter Training (U10, U12, U14, U16 & U19):

This program has been completed. Please check back in the fall of 2018 for new programming for 2018 - 2019.


No matter the person, no matter the task, no matter the goal, sustained effort and dedication are essential ingredients of success. Tenacity and perseverance in the face of obstacles are of utmost importance in achieving excellence in the long run. Students who recognize this are able to see initial failure for what it is: not a sign they should quit, but the first step on the road to accomplishing their goals.

— Dr. Sarah-Jane Leslie, Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University

Head Coaches

Carla Tagliente
Head Coach, Princeton University

Michael Pallister
Assistant Coach, Princeton University

David Williamson
Assistant Coach, Princeton University

Dina Rizzo
Assistant Coach, Princeton University
2008 Olympian (USA)

Tracey Arndt
Former USA National Team Member

Pim van Paassen
Former volunteer coach Northwestern University

Princeton University 2012 NCAA National Champions

Princeton University 2012 NCAA National Champions

Coaching Assistants

Princeton University Student-Athletes