Californian gets to Experience the World through hockey

Tyler Sundeen is an American hockey player from the Golden State of California. His home club is in Los Angeles with the Tigers, but he has spent a great deal of time playing abroad! His first LEAP was to London, England in 2013 where he played for Indian Gymkhana. Three years later, he made his […]

LEAPs and Bounds Taken for USA’s National Hockey Program

The United States has seen a significant boom in the number of Americans who play hockey, or as they call it, field hockey. According to statistica.com, over 1.5 million people now participate in the sport, which is a figure that has nearly doubled from polls taken ten years ago. But this increase didn’t happen on […]

Much More Than Just Great Hockey in England for Aussie Ross Hall

For Australian player Ross Hall, hockey has been a significant part of life from the get-go, as he started playing when he was just three years old. By age 14, he was representing Western Australia out on the field. There, he played both indoor and outdoor hockey until he was 19. Ross had the chance […]

Australian LEAPer Has a Decision to Make with Five NCAA Offers

The LEAP team recently got to catch up with the bubbly Maddy Murphy, a Tasmanian hockey player that signed up with LEAP Worldwide in search of a playing opportunity at the college level in the United States. Maddy’s drive and ambition shows on and off the field, as she’s looking for the right University that […]

Google Translate Helps American Athlete Make Second Family in Belgium

This past week, LEAP Worldwide got to talk with Kellie Joyce, an American hockey player who took the LEAP to Belgium! Read on to hear more about her story and life while playing abroad! Kellie began playing hockey when she was in elementary school at age 12. After playing throughout the rest of her schooling, […]

Looking Towards 2020 Olympics, International Athlete Recalls Playing Overseas

This past week, the LEAP team got to catch up with Anna Toman, an international hockey player hailing from Derby in the United Kingdom. Anna’s interest in hockey was sparked by her mom, who was a hockey player herself. After trying out and playing many sports, hockey was the one that stuck, and her obvious […]

Sport Can Take You All Over the World, as Many Times as You Like

Keep reading to meet Rory Kerr, a Scottish-born hockey player who has allowed his sport take him all over the world. From Scotland, to England, to Australia, and back, Rory has some great experience to share about competing overseas. Rory Kerr was born in Glasgow, Scotland, where he began playing hockey when he was 16 […]

Red Panther Aline Fobe of Belgium on Her Time as a Wolverine

Read on to learn about the life of student-athlete and Olympic competitor Aline Fobe of the Belgian National Women’s Hockey Team. Along with traveling the world while representing her country, Aline has some amazing insight on abroad experiences thanks to her season in the United States at the University of Michigan! International hockey player Aline […]

American Athlete Finds the Challenge He’s Looking for in England

In the United States, hockey, or as they call it, field hockey, is predominantly considered a sport for girls and women. It is rare for high schools and colleges in the U.S. to have a men’s hockey team. This can be surprising, as hockey is such a popular sport for both men and women across […]

English Athlete Finds Home in the US at Northwestern

This week, LEAP Worldwide had the chance to have a Q&A session with Dominique Masters, an English-born hockey player who is currently a student-athlete at Northwestern University in the United States. Dominique has traveled all over the world to compete, and has some especially amazing insight on university-level recruitment and playing style in the US. Keep […]