Amy Fowler

Director, Amy Fowler, is the Head Field Hockey Coach at Dartmouth College. 2018 marks the 12th season for Peak Field Hockey Camps. Coach Fowler has been at the helm for Dartmouth since the fall of 2000. Over her tenure she has compiled an above .500 overall record and has led the Big Green to eight top 3 finishes, and a total of ten finishes in the top half of the League. She has coached a number of 1st Team All-Ivy players and Regional All-Americans. In 2011, Kelly Hood '12, was selected as the Ivy League's Offensive Player of the Year, which was the first student-athlete under Fowler's tutelage to receive such an honor, and only the 3rd player to do so in program history.

In 2014 Coach Fowler became the winningest coach in Dartmouth Field Hockey History with 127 wins.

Fowler remains active at the developmental level for USA Field Hockey, is Level II certified, and currently serves as the North East Regional Coaching Director for the Futures program.

Fowler welcomes you to the Peak experience and is very excited to have you join us in 2018.

Assistant Director
Emily Rinde-Thorsen

Assistant Director Emily Rinde-Thorsen is the Head Field Hockey and Lacrosse Coach at Colby-Sawyer and is in her 13th season with Peak.

In 2016 and 2017 Emily led the Colby-Sawyer Field Hockey team to its top two finishes in program history and its 3rd consecutive appearance in in the North Atlantic Conference tournament. In addition Emily coached the 2016 ECAC Rookie of the Year and the 2016 and 2015 NAC Rookies of the Year and was named the 2015 NAC Field Hockey Coach of the Year.

Prior to Colby-Sawyer, Emily was an assistant at KUA where she helped lead the Wildcats to three consecutive NEPSAC Championships. A 2003 graduate of the University of Iowa, Emily was a two-time Academic All-Big 10 and National Academic Squad award winner.

Assistant Director
Pattie Gillern

A former All-American and All-Big Ten player at Iowa, Assistant Director Pattie Gillern is the assistant field hockey coach at Dartmouth College and is in her 7th year with Peak. Gillern is USFHA Level II certified and works primarily with the Big Green offense and goalkeepers. Before joining the Dartmouth staff, Pattie spent two seasons at West Chester University in Pennsylvania where she helped lead the Rams to the 2011 Division II National Championship.

Prior to her two-year stint with the Rams, Gillern spent six years as an assistant at Rutgers University where she also filled the position of assistant director for the Rutgers Field Hockey Camp.

As a player with the Hawkeyes, Gillern earned four consecutive All-Big Ten and National Academic honors and was a member of 1999 squad that reached the Final Four.