Finger Lakes Field Hockey Tournament and Clinic at Everest Park


sunday, august 6, 2017


everest park
5343 county route 72b (North road)
auburn, New york

Tournament Format:

  • 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
  • 7 v 7 (overtime format)
  • Full Field, incredible vistas, terrific fields, excellent facilities
  • Certified officials
  • 20 teams, 4 games per team 20 minute games (5 minute half times)
  • Concessions are available

Clinic Information:

  • Sunday, August 6, 2017
  • 9:00 am to 10:30 am (tournament starts at 11:00 am)
  • Appropriate and open to all field hockey players in grades 7 - 12
  • Price is included for tournament participants
  • Unable to participate in the tournament but still looking to polish your field hockey skills? Click here to register for the clinic ONLY
  • All clinic participants get a t-shirt (register by July 31 in order to be sure to get your size)
  • Registration for the clinic only is $25 ($30 on the day of the clinic)

The Finger Lakes Field Hockey Tournament is the premier field hockey tournament for girls in Central New York. 

Located at Everest Park, a beautiful 160-acre stretch of woods, grasslands, and a freshwater pond, our tournaments are family friendly, fun-filled events focused on team development, friendly competition, and camaraderie. During the festival style competition, families are welcome to tour the grounds, check out the paddle boats down by the pond, hike the trails and enjoy other activities offered to participants and siblings.

The team registration fee is $500.00. 

In order to register your team online, please click here.

The Finger Lakes Field Hockey Clinic will be taught by Allie Beardsley, the head coach of the women's field hockey team at SUNY Morrisville. Prior to being named head coach, Allie was the assistant coach to the University at Rochester team. She grew up in Central New York, in Weedsport, where she was a standout high school player. 

Beardsley has been active with USA Field Hockey, serving as the head coach of the Rochester Region Futures Under-16 program since March 2013. She has served as the Olympic Youth Camp Head Coach and Site Representative for the OYC program in the Rochester area, working with Olympians Jackie Kintzer and Julia Reinprecht. She also has remained active in the Finger Lakes Region as the U-16 travel team head coach, also serving as a camp/clinic administrator with youth developing U12 programs.

All tournament participants are invited to attend the field hockey clinic at no extra charge. For those who want to participate it the clinic but are unable to join us for the tournament, registration is available here, and at a cost of only $25! Register before July 31, and be guaranteed your choice of t-shirt size. Registrations will be accepted up through the date of teh event at $25, and on the day of the event at $30, but after July 31, t-shirt size cannot be guaranteed. 

If you would rather have the waiver & roster emailed to you, please contact John Alberici at

Net proceeds from the Finger Lakes Field Hockey Tournament will support Champions for Life, Inc. Champions for Life operates the CFL Sports Center, Everest Park, and the Brian Bisgrove Home of Courage. CFL serves children and families in Central New York, with the goal of developing character and Christian virtue, while also supporting their families. 

The CFL Sports Center offers instruction in a variety of sports, from Irish Dance, to gymnastics, tennis, cheer, soccer, indoor lacrosse, and more. We also offer a true 24-hour fitness center, the only public, indoor tennis facilities in Cayuga County, birthday parties, home school fitness instruction, one on one mentorship for children with developmental disabilities, and more!

Everest Park is the home of the Finger Lakes Tournament Series, offering tournaments and clinics in soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse, as well as lacrosse league play. Future league play may include adult soccer, flag football for children, and a flag football for adults. Everest also hosts the Finger Lakes Mud Run, the CNY Cyclo-Cross race, and the Easter Spirit 5K on Easter Weekend.

The Brian Bisgrove Home of Courage is a respite home for families who have children with life threatening illnesses or life altering conditions. Each family is provided, free of charge, with three to four days of rest and relaxation. Families can let go, for a little while, of the stress of daily life, enjoy each other's company, and focus on growing faith and family unity. 

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors!

Interested in partnering with us in 2017? Contact John Alberici at for more information!