Congratulations, Brianna Odgers – Temple University

College commit story by PhilaFH

College Commitment: Temple University
NCAA Division I / Big East Conference
committed January 1, 2018

Intended major: Business

On choosing Temple: “Temple University has an outstanding field hockey program as well as an amazing academic program. I loved the atmosphere, the coaches, and how my family and friends can come to games anytime. Temple’s field hockey program is competitive, and an overall great fit for me.”

Other programs considered: Wake Forest University, University of Penn, American University and Georgetown University

Field hockey honors:
Varsity field hockey freshman and sophomore years
U16 Festival Winner
U16 Recruiting Showcase Winner

Other sports: track, CYO basketball

Other honors: Distinguished and Regular Academic Honors

Best field hockey moment: “My best field hockey moment would have to be when my teammates and I won our first national title for our club, Mainline Mayhem, at the U16 Festival. I will never forget how proud my head coach, Alex McMahan, was of my team and I.”

Field hockey goal: “My field hockey goal is to win a Big East Conference with my future Temple Owls, and to win The InterAc league and PAISAA State Championship for the 3rd and 4th time in a row my next two years at the Academy of Notre Dame.”

Odgers’ shout-out: “I would like to thank my mom, dad, and family for all the time and commitment they have put into my field hockey career. I would also like to thank my club’s head coach, Alex McMahan, and the rest of the coaching staff, for helping develop my skills as not only a field hockey player, but as a leader. Lastly, I would like to thank my high school coaches, Jackie and Adele, who helped me become the field hockey player I am today.”

The Main Line Field Hockey Club

The Main Line Field Hockey Club (“Mayhem”) is the first field hockey club to offer advanced skills development in the heart of the Main Line of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MAYHEM is about MORE than just field hockey. It’s about building confidence in young women that will change their lives, and it’s about coaches who are not only experts in their craft but who serve as role models.