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Although field hockey can be played by both men and women, collegiate scholarships are only offered to females. This high-level contact sport features athletes that may also play several other sports, such as lacrosse, rugby, or ice hockey — so be sure to check out other sports scholarships to add to your college funds. The NCAA offers field hockey scholarships, but most schools only offer partial awards. Be sure to look into local and national field hockey leagues such as the National Field Hockey League for even more opportunities to land a field hockey award. You can also browse our list below for field hockey players and score some extra money to help pay for college.
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