Naoma Cordi Green:
Lawrence native Naoma Cordi Green brings impressive and local coaching experience to the program. After graduating from Rowan University summa cum laude with a degree in Health and Physical education, Naoma led Ewing High School to its first state tournament appearance in 23 years. She then moved on to coach at Robbinsville High School where she competed in the CVC and earned over 100 wins in 9 years. In 2010, Naoma's Ravens won the Mercer County tournament while she was awarded the CVC and All-Area Coach of the Year awards. Her legacy at Robbinsville also includes multiple division titles, great placements in the MCT, and annual competitive play in the state tournament.
Naoma takes pride in having many of her former players continue to play field hockey in college and then become coaches themselves, keeping her philosophy of hard work, passion, and everyday hustle alive. Naoma earned her Masters in Educational Leadership with distinction and additionally received the Mediation Alumni Award.
Cabarle is a 2002 Rider University graduate, where she was a field hockey captain, all NEC Conference 1st Team player in 2000 and helped her team to become 2000 conference champs and 2001 regular season champs. After receiving her Psychology and Philosophy degree as a Bronc, Cabarle continued her education at TCNJ, where she earned her Masters in Education, magna cum laude, in 2005. During that time, she was a New Heights coach, until 2006, and an assistant coach at Rider during the 2006 season. At West Windsor-Plainsboro South, her team was division champs in 2012 and 2013. As a softball coach at Robbinsville High School she earned Coach of the Year (2011) and led the team to a Group II State championship win in 2011 and 2013.
Cabarle is passionate about empowering young girls to be confident in their abilities and believes that field hockey is a way for young female athletes to pursue their dreams.
Laura McCormick is a 2015 Rider University graduate where she earned her degree cum laude in Elementary Education and Psychology with a Special Education minor. She served as captain of the team her senior year as she helped the Broncs earn regular season champ status in 2012 and 2013 in addition to being 2012 NEC champs. Laura was an Edge coach (2012-14), Mystxs coach (2013-14), and a Jersey Intensity coach (2014-15). She has been the West Windsor-Plainsboro South field hockey coach since 2015 and is also now the JV lacrosse coach there.
Head goalie coach for Blue Star! Rutgers University graduate and former goaltender. Coach Manning comes to us with 20 years of coaching experience on the varsity level (Florence & Robbinsville) and numerous camps in the area. Manning is also one of the founding members of Florence Recreational Field Hockey. She is currently teaching Social Studies and holds a degree in Educational Administration.
Jen joins the BSFH coaching staff with an impressive resume. Coach Anderson played for University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and was captain of '88 squad. As a Tar Heel, she was a 4-time ACC Champion, appeared in 3 final fours, and was an Academic All American. She has 20 years of experience as a varsity coach, Head Coach of Futures, and has coached at the Futures National Tournament.
A highly decorated college field hockey player, Meg is a graduate of Montclair State University Class of 2017. During her college career, she was named to the ALL-NJAC team for three years, was named to the South Atlantic Region team for two years, and was a second team All-American during her junior season.
Off the field, Meg earned several honors in the classroom including: NFHCA Academic Award, NFHCA Scholar of Distinction, and CoSIDA Academic All-District team. She graduated from Montclair State University Summa Cum Laude in 2017.
Megan recently graduated with her Master's Degree in Teaching K-6/Teaching Students with Special Needs at Montclair State University and is teaching Special Education.
Trockenbrod was a two-sport star in field hockey and lacrosse, earning National First Team All-American in each. She won four NCAA national championships, two with field hockey and two more with lacrosse. In her senior year of field hockey, she was nominated for the Honda Bronderick Award, signifying the Division 3 National Player of the Year. Trockenbrod is the all-time leading scorer in field hockey program history, and after succeeding as a field player in lacrosse, transitioned to goalkeeper following injuries. As a senior during lacrosse season, Trockenbrod was named the 2001 IWLCA Goalkeeper of the Year, earned a spot on the National All-America First Team and nominated as the NCAA Woman of the Year for New Jersey.
A 2016 Kenyon College graduate, Maddie was a four-year starter and three-time captain. During her time on the field for the Kenyon Ladies, she compiled records as the all-time leader in points, goals, and assists. A three-time Player of the Year for the NCAC, Maddie was also the Great Lakes Region Player of the Year during her junior season. As a three-time All-American selection, Maddie led her team to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 10 years in 2014.
After graduating from Kenyon with a degree is psychology, Maddie was the assistant field hockey coach at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. She was also the head U19 coach for Nova Elite Field Hockey Club. She is currently coaching at Princeton Day School and is pursuing her MBA through George Washington University.
Statz graduated from Robbinsville High School in 2010, where she played four years as a field hockey goalkeeper and played for the Jersey Intensity indoor club team. She played four years of field hockey at William Paterson University, where she was a two-year starter. Statz holds the Pioneers program record for career saves at 320. She graduated in 2014 magna cum laude with a degree in Secondary Education and English. She is currently in her third year of teaching at Montgomery High School, where she is an assistant varsity field hockey and girls lacrosse coach.
Former four-year player at Rowan University & Robbinsville High School playing on the forward line. While playing at Rowan, she was a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and served as Chair of the organization her Senior year. She earned Academic All-American for three seasons, awarded the Joy Solomen Leadership Award, and the Rowan Field Hockey Iceberg Award.
She graduated from Rowan in 2013, Cum Lade with degrees in Elementary Education and Liberal Studies with specializations in Special Education and Language Arts. Currently, she is in her third year teaching 5th grade, special education in Montgomery.
Tori is a recent graduate of Gettysburg College where she was one of the field hockey teams top scorers on the forward line. While playing at Gettysburg, she was a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and served as president during her junior and senior year. She graduated with a dual major in Economics and International Affairs. She graduated from Robbinsville High School in 2013, where she played four years as a forward and played mid/defense for the Spirit Eagle club team. She also played and helped coach for the NJ Spartan club team during her summers and the off-season while in college.
Emily is a former four year player at Ramapo College and West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South, playing in goal. While playing at Ramapo, she earned the Jerome Lee Memorial Award and is currently ranked 5th all time in career saves. She graduated from Ramapo College of NJ in 2017 with a degree in Mathematics on the Teacher Education track. While playing for WW-P South, Kramer also played for Spirit of USA Field Hockey and the Princeton Field Hockey Club. Kramer is currently the goalie coach for WW-P South.
Our Mailing Address is:
PO Box 335
Princeton, NJ 08542
Based out of Mercer County, New Jersey, Blue Star Field Hockey is a leader in the field hockey industry focused on developing field hockey players from youth through high school. We run year round field hockey training with camps, clinics, and league play. What separates us is our level of dedication, communication and our ability as teachers of the game that we love!