Koa is committed to shaping kids’ lives through sports. Koa aims to develop each child to their full potential as an athlete and a person both in the classroom, in competition, and anything in between.
Navigating the world of youth sports can be difficult, stressful, tiring, and downright confusing. We provide both parents and athletes a plan and solutions for athletes 4 to 18 years old. We don’t want you to go it alone…that’s what we’re here for, please trust our timeline, we don't offer overnight success.
Koa means strength and we challenge all of our athletes to find their inner champion. Adversity is inevitable, but with hard work it will just make one stronger. Our goal is to build resilience in all of our athletes. Player development is our focus, chasing trophies is not.
October Player of the Month 🎃
Nicole K. | Field Hockey Player
Over the past year, Nicole has been actively involved in various Koa field hockey programs. She started in the Fall 2022 Rec League and has since progressed to the u14 development team in both the spring and current fall seasons. Throughout this season, Nicole has proven herself as a standout midfielder, displaying excellent skills in moving the ball down the field and making a strong impact during free hits. Her dedication to improvement is evident through her regular attendance at extra Rec League sessions and her consistent participation in every practice, highlighting her strong determination and love for the sport.
October Coach of the Month 🎃
Coach Nora | Field Hockey Coach
Coach Nora's enthusiasm for guiding young athletes in mastering field hockey's basics comes from her genuine love for the sport. She focuses on creating a nurturing atmosphere, where budding players can not only refine their physical skills but also learn essential life lessons such as perseverance and effective communication. Currently, Coach Nora devotes her time to coaching at the Sunday Rec League, where she inspires young players to excel. In addition to her coaching role, she actively participates as a player on our u16 Club Team and the Winston Churchill Field Hockey Team, showcasing her dual commitment to both coaching and playing, all in the spirit of advancing the sport and empowering aspiring athletes.