The BYHC Girls Program has announced program offerings for the 2023-2024 ice hockey season! Check out all the offerings this season available to our female hockey players.
The Baltimore Stars Girls Program hosts what we like to call Girls Nights Out over the summer. It's a fun way for the girls to get together once a month and skate and catch up. We play fun games, work on skills and scrimmage. It is a great chance to knock the rust off before the season starts, meet with friends, and connect with coaches. Best of all, it's FREE. So, mark your calendars and we hope to see you all there.
2023 Summer Ice Schedule:
All sessions are at Reisterstown Sportsplex.
Please email James Emerick with any questions.
The Baltimore Stars are excited to offer free and open registration for Girls Hockey players this upcoming season. As part of registering with BYHC, the following opportunities will be offered to our female athletes.
Registration opens for the 2023-2024 season by June 1! Players of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend and participate.
Players who have tried out for our 12U or 16U/19U teams and have committed to those teams will pay a $1,300 tuition for the season.
Please contact James Emerick at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more about the program or have any questions about the upcoming season.
Ice Hockey is an expensive game and is often not easily afforded by everyone. As a result, a financial aid scholarship program has been established. Apply now.
The Registration "Girls Program" is not currently available.
James is a Level 4 USAH certified coach who has coached youth hockey in the area for over a decade. He has been head coach of the BYHC girls 12U travel team and assistant coach for multiple BYHC co-ed travel teams. James is passionate about girls’ hockey and creating an exciting, rewarding, and safe environment to help our athletes have fun and grow.
Coach James can be contacted at email@example.com with any questions regarding the girls program.
Julia started her hockey career with BYHC and the Susquehanna Rapids girl's program. She finished high school playing with the Mid-Fairfield Stars in Connecticut and went on to play NCAA DIII hockey at Connecticut College. Julia has been coaching with BYHC since 2016, quickly after returning to Baltimore, and is now the head coach of the BYHC U16/19 girls program. Julia finished her Master's Degree at UMD in Urban and Regional Planning and now works for a local Baltimore real estate development firm.
Meredith Tomeo grew up in central Pennsylvania playing for the Hershey Jr. Bears girls’ organization. She went to American University in Washington, DC where she played for their former women's team in the DVCHC. She has a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from Indiana University and currently works for Johns Hopkins. Meredith is a certified Level 2 USA Hockey coach.