Please select from the list below.

COVID Update: Our team worked tirelessly to ensure we can offer a safe version of our programming this summer, and Field Hockey Camp was no exception! With many changes in protocols and procedures, all of our campers and coaches thrived this past summer on the fields while remaining healthy and safe!

Future Stars Field Hockey Camp focuses on all aspects of the game and works with campers at every skill level. We teach individual skills, team strategy, tactics and strategies with the use of diversified drills, fun activities, circuits and team play.

Athletes will learn everything from the importance of team building and warm ups to goal scoring, passing, receiving, hitting and possession/elimination.

Camps are open to girls ages 8 through 16 and are perfect for school teams, small groups and individuals.

Field Hockey Camp

Ages: 8-15 

Dates:  July 26 - Aug 6
2 Weekly Sessions

Times: 9am - 4pm
Extended Hours Available



9am Orientation/Stretching/Warm up

9:30 am Instructional Stations

11am Skills Competition

12pm Lunch

1pm Swimming

2pm Position Training

2:45 pm Scrimmages

4pm Departure

Typical Day activities, sports & times are subject to change


  • Stickhandling
  • Shooting
  • Field Positioning
  • Teamwork
  • Footwork


  • state of the art turf field
  • tents for shaded breaks
  • grass fields for recreational games
  • Gaga pits 
  • indoor pool
  • outdoor waterslide

Director: Yolanda Nyero

Yolanda Nyero is an Assistant Field Hockey Coach at Mercy College and has been coaching with The Masters School of New York team since 2014, currently in the position of the Varsity Head Goalie Coach.

Nyero was a member of the Mercy College Field Hockey team during the 2011, 2012, and 2013 seasons. During the 2013 season, Nyero saw action in 17 games, starting 12 and led the team with 16 points, four assists and a .794 shot-on-goal percentage. She tied for the team lead with six goals.

Prior to attending Mercy College, Nyero was a soccer goalie for 12 years, attending numerous training camps dedicated to individual improvement of goalkeeping. Nyero was the Carlisle High School Varsity Soccer Goalie, earning All-Conference honors in 2010 and 2011.

Nyero currently resides in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. And is the head of the A Game Sports indoor field hockey program in New Rochelle.

Yolanda's main focus when helping girls learn the sport of field hockey and improving upon what they may have learned is to instill the team aspect and comradery that is important in team sports and also in life, while showing them that hard work can be fun! She has worked with girls of all ages, skill levels, and positions and she looks forward to adding a new found love of the game in your daughters' life!



Our state-of-the-art facilities include a brand-new lighted turf baseball complex, new lighted turf football/soccer field, NCAA regulation softball field, and several full-size soccer fields. Additionally, there are acres of training fields expertly maintained. ---- 14 deco tennis courts (6 lighted), 3 full indoor and 3 outdoor basketball courts.

The indoor facilities utilized include the swimming pool, diving well with 3 meter and 1-meter boards, aerobics studios, locker rooms, analysis rooms, 3 Air Conditioned gymnasiums, racquetball/squash courts, and more! 

In addition to the grounds, we utilize program specific training equipment for each program (i.e., trampolines with harnesses, batting cages and pitching machines, sport specific target training, radar gun, video, and much more).


Jordan Snider 
Director of Operations and Director for Purchase College since 1993
Jordan has also seen the camps from the perspective of being a camper when growing up. He graduated from Rollins College with a BA in Psychology, and also has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, NYU. Jordan’s college tennis team won an NCAA National Tennis Championship during his tenure and was always top 4 in the nation.
Currently Jordan is Head Tennis Coach at Purchase College where he was named 2019 Conference Co-Coach of the Year. Additionally, he is President of Briarcliff Youth Soccer Club and coaches youth soccer, basketball, and baseball. Jordan met his wife Julie at Future Stars many years ago. Now their children, Emily and Eli, join Jordan at camp each summer soaking up all that the camp has to offer. 

James Oates
Assistant Director
James played collegiate soccer at Rutgers University before moving back to England and graduating from York St. John University with a degree in Sports Studies and Psychology. Shortly thereafter he completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from Durham University and became a qualified Physical Education teacher. James worked for 7 years as Head of Physical Education at Durham Sports College & Sixth Form Centre before moving to New York with his wife Erica.
James is currently a Physical Education teacher at the Hewitt School in NY and coach’s soccer for Eastern FC. He has had a significant impact on character development and youth leadership at Future Stars.

Group Leaders
Group Leaders, typically post graduate educators, are responsible for supervision, instruction and implementation of everyday activities on and off the field, court, classroom, etc.

Head Counselors 
Head Counselors, usually post graduate or collegiate student athletes, assist the Group Leader in making sure campers are engaged, following curriculum and program directives, interacting, interrelating, and having a great summer experience enjoying personal growth!

General Counselors 
General Counselors, normally college age former campers, work under the supervision of the Group Leaders. They assist in direction, supervision and organization of everyday activities.

Leaders in Training 
Our Youth Leadership Program is designed to teach and provide the appropriate skills to develop our oldest campers into future counselors. Youth Leaders will be working under the supervision of their program director as well as the Group Leaders. Assisting in everyday activities and learning the importance of camper safety and development. At no time will campers be alone with a Leader in Training.

Behind the Scenes

Camp Administration
The Camp Office is your place for all camper questions, weekly changes, program changes, billing questions, payments, arrival & departure nuances. Reema operates the "command center" for all camp operations!

Health Office
A registered EMT or Athletic Trainer is on-site at all times. Camper medications should be labeled and given to the Health Office Director where they will them pack a program specific med bag for each program.

Pool Staff
The Pool Staff is composed of swim coaches, certified lifeguards and water safety instructors monitoring campers during their recreational swim and training campers during instructional and work out sessions.


How long is the camp day? Do you have early drop off or extended day options? 

Camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm. We do offer early drop off starting at 8 am and extended day going till 5:30 pm for an additional fee. We do have a full week of camp on the July 4th week!

What is the camper to counselor ratio?


How do I make changes to my campers’ schedule?

Changes can be made by calling the camp office, 914-273-8500.

How are campers grouped?

All campers are grouped based on age. After the Monday morning assessment, campers will be moved around based on skill level, so they are in a comfortable social environment as well as skilled.


SUNY Purchase is a sprawling 500 acre campus in the heart of Westchester County with state of the art facilities. Just minutes from the Greenwich border and 23 miles from Manhattan the campus is easily accessible from all major highways.

Address to this location is:
735 Anderson Hill Road. Purchase NY 10577

View Larger Map



For Summer 2021 all campers and staff will be bringing their own packed lunch. Campers and coaches will eat lunch together within their cohorts/pods under tents and other shaded areas. Recreational activities will be available for campers to enjoy during this period too. 



We do offer door to door transportation to Westchester, Greenwich and most of Manhattan. Buses are all air-conditioned and labeled with Future Stars insignia. Drivers are certified from the bus company and a camp counselor will be monitoring campers at all times.

Typical pick up/drop off times vary depending on your spot on the route. We will call the week before with your bus times, as the times change weekly. For campers that are spending an extended time on the bus, we do the best we can to reverse the route and make it fair to all and still efficient (in some cases this is not a possibility).

Local Transportation:
Pick up times vary between 8:15 am and 8:45 am
Drop off times vary between 4:15 pm and 5:00 pm

NYC Transportation:
Pick up times vary between 7:30 am and 8:00 am (all buses should leave city by 8:00 am)
Drop off times vary between 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm


The SUNY Purchase College Pool is an indoor pool, fully staffed with certified lifeguards. Campers will have the option of recreational swim each week. 

Campers will be given a Deep-Water Test overseen by a Water Safety Instructor. This test is done at the beginning of each session, campers don’t need to take it more than once unless they wish to try and move up a level.

Bands are given to each camper to signify where they are able to go in the pool. Campers are monitored by lifeguards as well as counselors actively in the water.