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Warfel Joins the Davidson Field Hockey Staff

by | Jul 16, 2022

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Davidson field hockey has added Maddie Warfel to its staff as an assistant coach, head coach Zoe Almquist announced today.

Warfel comes to Davidson after spending the last two seasons as an assistant at Wagner.

“I’m completely thrilled to have Maddie on board,” said Almquist. “Maddie’s experience coaching at Wagner and coaching, as well as playing, at Hofstra are going to be instrumental for our program as we continue to build and grow. She brings energy, enthusiasm and an immediate connection with our scholar-athletes to our staff. On top of that, Maddie is an absolute workhorse, detail-oriented and a motivated learner. We are so lucky to have her.” 

“I am so thankful to be a part of Davidson field hockey and beyond excited to help Zoe implement her vision and philosophies to create a strong and competitive team of driven individuals,” said Warfel. “Davidson College and the athletics department provide an amazing environment for student-athletes to grow and be successful both on and off the field. I am grateful and excited for the opportunity to be a part of the ‘Cats family as well as play a role in the development of student-athletes who will excel in life after college!”

While at Wagner, Warfel helped the team qualify as the No. 2 seed in the Northeast Conference Tournament and improve its wins total from two to nine. She coached seven All-NEC selections, two NFHCA All-Region honorees and the NEC Rookie of the Year. While coaching primarily midfield and attacking units, she also completed her MBA in finance.

A Lancaster, Pa., native, Warfel is a 2020 Hofstra graduate, having earned degrees in sociology and criminology. She was a four-time NFHCA National Academic Squad member and was on the Hofstra Athletic Director Scholars and CAA Commissioner’s honor rolls four times.

Warfel logged more than 4,000 minutes on the turf as a three-year starter and appeared in 70 career games. She played primarily in the midfield, finished with 34 career points (11 goals, 12 assists) and served as a team captain her final two years.

She was then a volunteer undergraduate coach at Hofstra from November of 2019 until March, 2020.

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