VARSITY HEAD COACH – Courtney Spleen
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MAX Field Hockey for California – High School Coach of the Year 2023
San Diego Sports Association Breitbard Athletic Award – Coach of the Year 2022

Former Reading, Pennsylvania native.
Courtney played for X-Calibur field hockey club and Exeter Senior High School as a 4 year starter before continuing on to play at University of Massachusetts Amherst where she helped her team win 3 Atlantic-10 Titles, 2 NCAA Sweet 16 Appearances and an Elite 8 showing.
Courtney coached for Element and X-Calibur Field Hockey club through college before graduating and moving out to California.
Served as the Head JV coach at Cathedral Catholic High School.
This is her 5th year as the head coach of Torrey Pines Field Hockey, Courtney has helped lead the falcons to three undefeated Avocado West League championships, and two Open Division CIF playoffs.
Courtney is a head coach with HTC Field Hockey Club.
Coach Courtney Spleen

VARSITY ASST. COACH – Lindsay Bowman
Lindsay is a native of Palmyra, PA where she was a member of Palmyra High School’s varsity team and was named All-State selection both her junior and senior campaigns. She is also a former University of Massachusetts Amherst player where she won Atlantic-10 Rookie of the year in 2010 and finished her career with 37 points on 16 goals and 5 assists.
Lindsay helped coach as an assistant at York College before moving to California and serving as the assistant JV coach at Cathedral Catholic.
She is also a head coach with HTC Field Hockey Club.
Coach Lindsay Bowman

JV COACH – Molly Feit
Originally from Massachusetts, Molly went on to play Division 1 field hockey at Holy Cross. After graduating and moving to California, she served as the head JV coach at Point Loma High School for two years.
This is her 4th year as the Head JV coach at Torrey Pines.
Molly is also a coach with HTC Field Hockey Club.
Coach Molly Feit

JV ASST. COACH – Kayla MacDonald
Kayla is a former Chelmsford, MA native where she was a member of the
Varsity field hockey team for four years and captained the team her
senior year. She was named Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star and
was part of the All-Conference selection. She went on to play field
hockey at the University of Massachusetts Lowell where she was a four
year starter. Her fondest memory was helping her team win the 2010
NCAA National Championship title against Shippensburg, after completing
a perfect 24-0 undefeated season.
Kayla was a JV head coach for Chelmsford High School for two seasons before moving to California.
She is now also a coach with HTC Field Hockey Club.
Coach Kayla MacDonald