Kelly Driscoll Broadway played for the Old Dominion Monarchs from 2006-09 before earning her bachelor’s degree (2009) in criminal justice and sociology. She went on to graduate with a master’s degree in applied sociology from ODU in 2011 and earned a second master’s degree at Temple in criminal justice.
Broadway has served as a goalkeeper coach at ODU camps, at the club field hockey level, and with the US Futures Field Hockey Program. During her playing career at ODU, Driscoll was twice named to the All-CAA First Team and also earned All-Region second-team honors in 2008 and 2009.
Named to the United States National Development Team from 2010-11, Driscoll trained full-time in July and August of 2010 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., and returned to train with the team from January to June of 2011.
She was selected to represent the U.S. in the NFHCA Division I Senior All-Star game in November 2010 and was also on the roster for the U.S./Canada series and the U.S./Japan series in 2010.
Broadway is a native of nearby West Chester, Pa., and attended Villa Maria Academy, where she was an all-league, all-area, and all-state selection in field hockey as well as an all-league and all-area honoree in lacrosse. She currently lives in Philadelphia with her husband and 3 children.
Susan Ciufo-Bennett is the Curriculum Director for the FSC Falcons and has been with the club since 2019.
Ciufo-Bennett brings a wealth of coaching and playing knowledge to FSC with an extensive field hockey background. After a successful club and high school career, Ciufo-Bennett starred at Drexel University (2007-2011) with 58 goals and 24 assists while starting in all 82 games of her career. Susan earned NCAA All-American status, three-time first-team All-Region, three-time first-team All-CAA, four-time CAA scholar-athlete, and the national record holder for the longest point streak during her time as a (playing) Dragon. She capped her playing career with the USA Field Hockey Indoor Team (2011-2016), winning a Gold Medal at the 2013 Rohrmax Cup and a bronze medal at the 2014 Pan Am Cup.
As a coach, Ciufo-Bennett is currently an Associate Head Field Hockey Coach at Drexel University. Before returning to her alma mater in 2022, Ciufo-Bennett served as Director of Operations for Penn Field Hockey and head coach at Temple University and Stonehill College. She also has USA Field Hockey coaching experience and time with Lehigh University's Field Hockey program.
Susan currently lives in Barrington, New Jersey, with her husband, Tim, and their daughter, Sofia.
In 2008 Finegan founded FSC - Field Hockey Sports Club to provide a place to grow the game of field hockey in and around the Bucks/Montgomery County Region of PA.
Coach Finegan is a highly accomplished athlete and coach, with an impressive track record in the USA Field Hockey and NCAA Field Hockey world. Finegan played for the University of Delaware, where she helped the team secure a third-place finish in the nation in 1980. She also played for the USA Junior National Team in 1981-1982 and served as an alternate for the USA team at the 1984 Olympics. Additionally, Finegan played for the USA team in 1981-1983, 1985-1986, and 1993.
Finegan has achieved significant success as a coach, earning the A10 Coach of the Year title in 1995 and 2003 at Saint Joseph's University. She led SJU to become the A10 champs in 1995 and A10 runner-up in 2006, 2007, and 2009. She also coached Lehigh University and led the Mountain Hawks to Patriot League runner-up in 1996. Finegan also coached the USAFH FUTURES NFC U16 Champs in 2014.
More recently, Fingean coached Central Bucks East High School to become SOL champs in 2016 and 2017 and led them to 5th place in districts in 2016 and 3rd place in 2017. The Patriots made it to states in both 2016 and 2017 as well. Additionally, she coached FSC to JPIL U16 Champs in 2015. Most recently, Finegan coached the O-35 Masters USA Field Hockey National Team in 2022 at the World Cup in England.
Finegan's passion for the sport continues to drive her, even as she participates in competitions as a master athlete with Red Rose Field Hockey Club. She also participated in the World Cup Masters in 2018 (Barcelona) and 2022 (South Africa).
A 1984 graduate of the University of Delaware, Finegan earned her bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. In May of 2006, Finegan received her Master's Degree in Educational Leadership at Saint Joseph's University. She resides in Buckingham, PA, with her husband, John. Field Hockey has been a way of life with all four daughters playing in addition to two granddaughters currently competing with FSC.
Coach Melissa Herd is an FSC ALUM, playing for the club from 2008-2014 before joining the coaching staff in the Fall of 2016. Herd brings a wealth of knowledge, playing experience, and passion to the Falcons program. She notes that "field hockey has been a part of my life since I was in first grade ... and I absolutely love spreading my passion, love, and knowledge of the sport with athletes who are excited about learning and growing their field hockey experiences."
Coach Herd played her high school field hockey at Pennridge, receiving Suburban One Awards Honorable Mention in 2011 (sophomore year), Second Team in 2012 (junior year), and First Team in 2013 (senior year). After high school, she took her talents to Hawk Hill, playing for the Saint Joseph's University Hawks. At SJU, Melissa received numerous awards and honors, including Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team honors, SJU Rookie of the Year, and Two-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week. She was also selected for the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad and the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for three seasons.
In addition to her FSC duties, Herd is an Assistant Coach for the Field Hockey team at her alma mater, Pennridge High School. Melissa's primary career is in education as she is an elementary school teacher in Allentown while working towards a Master's Degree in Educational and Development Strategies from Wilkes University. Melissa currently lives in Pennsburg, PA, with her husband and their golden retriever, Gemma.
Corey Mayer joined the FSC coaching staff in 2022 and has been a terrific addition to the program. In addition to her coaching duties at FSC, Mayer is an assistant coach at Villanova University, joining the Wildcats staff in 2021. Prior to this, she served her alma mater James Madison as a student assistant (2019) and volunteer assistant coach during the spring 2021 season. Mayer graduated from JMU in 2019, where she earned first-team All-CAA honors and was chosen for the NFHCA Division I Senior Game in 2018.
During her collegiate career, Mayer was a midfielder/defender and played in 73 games for James Madison. She tallied career totals of 14 goals, eight assists, and 36 points. In January 2020, Mayer was selected to the USA Women’s National Development Team after previously training at the US Virginia High-Performance site and being selected for the Young Women’s National Championship each year from 2016-19. In 2020 she played for Holcombe Hockey Club in the English Premier League.
Mayer graduated from James Madison in 2019 and earned her Master’s in Elementary Education there in 2020.
Kristina (Taylor) Kulp is a 2013 Shippensburg University graduate; Kulp earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a Minor in Coaching.
From 2008-2012 Kulp spent four consecutive seasons as a Lady Raider for the Shippensburg University field hockey team, where she started and played as a forward. During her athletic career at Shippensburg, she became the first field hockey athlete in PSAC history to be named a conference Player of the Year four times. She also was the 2008 Rookie of the Year, followed by the Western Division Player of the Year from 09-11. Kulp received four consecutive selections to the All-PSAC Western Division First Team and was also a three-time NFHCA All-American First Team selection. In 2011, Kulp was named the South Region Player of the Year, Shippensburg student-athlete of the year, and the NFHCA Division II Athlete of the Year. Concluding her collegiate career, Kulp obtained a total of 80 goals and 26 assists, ranking her among the Top 10 players in NCAA Division II history for both categories.
Following her collegiate career, Kulp was able to serve as a volunteer assistant coach during the 2012 and 2013 seasons for the Raiders. She was part of the program's first-ever National Title in 2013.
Kulp transitioned into the FSC program in 2014 and has been a vital coaching staff member ever since, highlighted by an NIT Championship with the u12 group in 2018. Her favorite coaching manta for her FSC athletes is, "I don't expect perfect play, but I expect perfect effort."
Kristina spends her non-field hockey time with her husband, Cody, daughter Reagan, and their German Shorthair Pointer, Bane.
Casey O’Donnell played for James Madison University from 2015-2019 and graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences with a minor in special education. She then went on to attend Temple University and received her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy (MOT) in August 2021.
While at JMU, she was named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad and the NFHCA Division I Scholar of Distinction for three consecutive years. She also made the All-State Academic Team her senior year. JMU made the CAA conference tournament during all of the four years she was there. Casey was also a captain during her senior year.
She used to play for FSC before her college career and attended North Penn High School. She has four younger sisters that all play field hockey, as well.
While at JMU, she coached at camps and clinics. She has coached with FSC since she was an undergrad at JMU during her breaks at home and has been a coach at FSC since indoor in 2019.
Reilly Finegan literally grew up in the FSC program as the daughter of Club Founder Michelle Finegan. Reilly has proved to be a terrific ambassador for FSC through her playing career that took her from Central Bucks East High School to Drexel University. Reilly played for five years as a Drexel Dragon and brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her coaching role with the club.
As a Dragon, Reilly played in 51 games, starting in 5 while tallying over 1100 minutes of playing time. She was a member of the NFHCA National Academic Squad and the CAA Commissioner's Honor Roll multiple times. She was also selected for the 2018 Pennsylvania High Performance Center training squad.
Before her time at Drexel, Reilly attended Central Bucks East High School in Doylestown, where she played varsity field hockey for four years. She covered a variety of positions, including center forward, left forward, left midfield, right midfield, and right back. She captained her senior year squad and earned first-team honors for the All-Intelligencer, PHSFHCA All-State, and Suburban One League. In 2016, she was a member of the PHSFHCA All-Academic Squad and the NFHCA National Academic Squad. Her senior year team was the Suburban One League and Continental Conference champions, finishing fifth in District 1 and earning a bid to the state playoffs.
Reilly graduated from Drexel in 2022 as a mechanical engineering major and is passionate about sharing her love of field hockey with the next generation of players.
Four-year FSC alum, Meghan Griffin, had an impressive playing career spanning four years each at Pennridge High School and Mansfield University. At Pennridge, she was named to the Suburban One 1st team and was top 10 for defensive saves in a single season. At Mansfield, she achieved even greater success, being named to the All-PSAC team three times, an all-ECAC team four times, and was the team captain during her senior year. She was also chosen to play in the Senior All-Star Game.
Following her playing career, Griffin has been an assistant coach at Eastern University since 2021. Griffin joined the coaching staff at FSC in 2022 and has been a valuable asset to the group.
Meghan lives in Sellersville, PA, with her cat Scout and is completing her Master's in School Psychology from Eastern University. Despite her busy schedule, Meghan stays connected to the sport she loves, inspiring and coaching young athletes to help them achieve their goals.
Evyn Stewart is a dedicated and experienced field hockey coach with a strong background in playing and umpiring. She played midfielder/defender for Montclair State University's field hockey team in the DIII NJAC conference, earning various academic awards as a student-athlete. As an umpire, Evyn is rated USAFH level 1 and is working towards her level 2 rating. She has officiated field hockey games for JPH, USAFH, and other club events.
Evyn's coaching journey began when she volunteered to coach her younger sister's rec field hockey team with her mom when she was a freshman in high school. Since then, she has coached at various levels, including during her last semester of college at Montclair State University for the Falcons field hockey club in North Jersey, practicing out of MSU and Ramapo colleges.
Evyn serves as a volunteer coach for Abington High School in addition to her FSC duties. As an FSC alumna, she takes great pride in coaching, where she once started playing the sport she loves. Outside of field hockey, Evyn is pursuing her doctorate of audiology (Au.D) degree at Salus University.
Diane Campbell is a highly experienced and passionate field hockey coach for the FSC Field Hockey Club. Campbell is a product of Bishop McDevitt High School, where she played as a standout high school field hockey player, winning Most Improved Player and MVP honors during her career as a Royal Lancer. She then earned her Bachelor's in Psychology from Sacred Heart University, where she excelled in field hockey from 1996 to 2001. She also earned a Master's Degree in Special Education from Arcadia University.
After graduating from SHU, Campbell coached at various organizations, including the Glenside Youth Athletic League, as the Director and Head Coach for their field hockey program since 2015. She also serves as the Head Coach for the St. Luke's CYO field hockey program in Glenside, PA, since 2021. In addition to her youth coaching experience, Campbell took on a Volunteer Assistant Coach position with the Northeast High School field hockey team in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to coaching, Campbell plays recreational field hockey with the Philadelphia Field Hockey Association.
Campbell's coaching experience includes a long tenure at her alma mater, Bishop McDevitt High School, as an Assistant Coach from 2001 to 2017 before taking over as head coach in 2018 and serving until the school's closure in 2021. With her wealth of experience at high school and collegiate levels, Campbell has been a terrific asset to the FSC staff since joining the club in 2021. Diane lives in Glenside with her husband and three children; two are current FSC athletes.