Pam Neiss Stuper

Pam Stuper
J. Freeland Chryst Award

After a scholastic career at Hempfield, Stuper played college field hockey at Old Dominion, where she was part of three national championship teams and a two-time All-American for the Monarchs.

After college Stuper was on the US National Team for nine years, participating in three World Cups (’90, ’94, & ’98), one Pan American Game (’95) and two Champion Trophy tournaments (’95 & ’97). She also was an alternate for the 1996 US Olympic team.

Stuper then became a head field hockey coach at Yale University and led the Bulldogs to their first Ivy League title in 2011.

Stuper was also involved with the game on an international level, having served as a member of the Executive Board for the International Hockey Federation, the international governing body for the sport of Field Hockey. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF).