Loughborough Students' Hockey Club

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Loughborough Students' Hockey Club
Home ground Loughborough University
ManagerNick K (Men's), Paul Gannon (Women's)
CoachJerome Goudie (Men's), Brett Holland (Women's)
League Men's England Hockey League
Women's England Hockey League
Midland Regional Hockey Association
BUCS League
Website loughboroughsport.com

Loughborough Students' Hockey Club is the field hockey club of Loughborough University. [1] [2]

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Recent history

The men's 1st XI compete in the Men's England Hockey League and were winners of the BUCS championships for eight of the past thirteen years. [3] [4] They have also won the National Indoor Championships four times since 2003, as well as gold (2004) and bronze (2005) at the European Indoor Challenge, and were quarter-finalists in the Euro Hockey League in 2008. The other men's teams compete in the Midlands League.

The club currently run four teams and compete in the following competitions;

The Women's 1st XI team competes in the Premier league of the Women's England Hockey League, BUCS . The team has had great success in BUCS having previously won the Hockey Championship for eleven years straight up to 2008 and are current champions. [5]

The women's club currently run five teams and compete in the following competitions;

Current squad

Notable players

Men's internationals

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Others

Source: [8]

Women's internationals

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Honours

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