We offer a variety of Girls’ Hockey Summer Camp opportunities.
Digit Murphy Girls’ Hockey Camps provide more than your typical hockey camp experience.
Along with providing a fun, highly competitive, and challenging learning environment on the ice, our camps also teach important life skills off the ice.
Our camps teach aspiring hockey players how to interact with coaches, how to be a good teammate, and bystander leadership.
We seek to educate young girls about women’s issues, leadership, and anti-bullying.
We also help high school aged girls navigate the college search process.
“Dear Mom and Dad, Thanks so much for everything and letting me go to this AMAZING hockey camp. Thanks for everything and letting me play hockey.” — Olivia
“I really loved the coaches. We worked hard but they also made it fun on and off the ice. The coaches talked to us a lot which I really liked, especially the chalk talks. They didn’t just talk about hockey but about doing well in school and being a good teammate. I can’t wait to do this camp again!” — Jessie Arons, 12u
“This is a special camp. From the very start of the camp when Digit and her coaches greet each girl individually and get to know them, to the combination of fast paced drills and small area games, to the chalk talks where every girl took copious notes, presented to others and were smiling and laughing all the while. Our girls worked so hard while having so much fun. No one wanted it to end. This is a unique opportunity for your daughter to learn from the best, and gain mentors who have spent years in the women’s game. Your daughter won’t just leave the camp a better hockey player but having gained confidence on and off the ice. I highly recommend this camp and look forward to the next one!” — Lisa Stifelman, hockey player and mom
“I loved the on ice part, but I also liked how Digit taught us to be smart players, good teammates, and how important it is to be a good student in school.” — Claire, 13 years old, San Jose CA