Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 USARS Inline Hockey Teams. Selections of teams this year is by resume/application only.
Download and complete your application and return to USARS Inline Hockey by January 15, 2018. Team selections will be announced shortly after that.
Team USA Inline Hockey’s Senior Women win the gold medal at the 2017 World Roller Games in Nanjing, China!
USA Roller Sports along with the Inline Hockey Committee would like to congratulate the following players and coaches on being selected to Team USA which will compete in the International World Games Associations (IWGA) 2017 World Games in Wroclaw, Poland.
Andy Cripps – Arlington, MA
Shawn Gawrys – St Louis, MO
Brandon Hawkins – Macomb, MI
Kyle Novak – St Louis, MO
Matt Sarvak – Newport Beach, CA
Dustin Roux – McMurray, PA
Tommy Bruce – St Peters, MO
Jackson Faught – Santa Margarita, CA
Tristan Gonzalez – Costa Mesa, CA
Chris Kendall – Cheektowaga, NY
Jalen Krogman – St Louis, MO
Jonathan Mosenson – Bethpage, NY
Tom McCollum – Gasport, NY
Mitch Hardin – Covington, KY
Jeff Prime – Nahant, MA
Tyler Svoboda – Tustin, CA
The city of Wroclaw in Poland was awarded to host The World Games 2017. The 10th edition of the multi-sport event will take part from 20 to 30 July 2017. Wroclaw is the capital of Lower Silesian Voivodeship with more than 640.000 residents.
The President of the Wroclaw Organizing Committee – The World Games 2017 Limited is Mr. Marcin Przychodny, the Vice President is Mr. Adam Roczek.
Continue reading “2017 World Games Announced”
The smallest headline of the 2015 summer inline hockey season was “Team USA wins Bronze in Rosario, Argentina.” What isn’t found about the inline hockey game on the international level could fill a book. For the story, this writer was asked by American Inline Hockey League National Director Jeff Haze to speak with AIHL veterans Joe Mazzie (Empire State Legends), Jon Mosenson (Long Island 495ers) and Blake Ducker (Northeast Uprising), as well as coach Charlie Sgrillo (Philadelphia Liberty) about the experience in Argentina at the World Inline Hockey Championship June 16-21, 2015.
by Coach Dave Marmorstein:
The bald eagle is a large native bird in the United States of America. The eagle is our US National Emblem and stands for courage, strength and freedom. This is an inline hockey story about eagles. This story is about the hard work and dedication of the members of the inline hockey community across the United States and abroad. This is the story of the journey of an Argentinian inline hockey player from her native country of Argentina to the United States of America to pursue a dream and the freedom to play the game she loves so much.
TEAM USA COMES HOME FROM THE 2014 FIRS WORLD INLINE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS
WITH SUCCESS FOR ALL TEAMS!
Congratulations to the Senior Men and the Senior Women’s USA Teams on their Gold Medal wins at the FIRS World Inline Hockey in Toulouse France, which took place from June 30 to July 13, 2014.
To win the Gold, the USA Defending Senior Women Team beat Canada 3-2. Members of that team were Mariah Blackmore, Kayla Demint, Jessica Dunne, Jincy Dune, Allison Era, Joy Woog-Garvey, Lisa Giovanelli, Danielle Groen, Melanie Moore, Courtney Orner, Elisa Pogu, Catherine Santo, Chelsi Wells, Ariane Yokoyama, and Goalies Mariah Blackmore and Danielle Groen. The team was coached by Chalie Sgrillo and Assistant Coach David Marmorstein.