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Cinnaminson Girls Field Hockey


Commissioner/Founder:  Grace Porrini


Coaching Director/Co-Founder:  Heather Porrini

Heather, along with her mother, Grace Porrini, founded Cinnaminson Girls Field Hockey in 2009.  Heather began playing field hockey as a 7th grader at Cinnaminson Middle School; the earliest a player could start.  Since starting, Heather flourished in the game; she was a 3.5 year Varsity starter at Center Midfield for CHS and even earned MVP her Senior season.  She compiled 6 goals and numerous assists as a predominately, defensive player.  After CHS, Heather continued her play at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, under Coach Megan Eddinger.  She was a 4 year starter, playing in the midfield and then moving to Right and Left Back.  Heather helped lead her team to 3rd place in the Cenntenial Conference during her senior season and a bid to the ECAC tournament.  In addition, Heather finished with 8 defensive saves, 2 goals, and 2 assists (one coming in an overtime win over Washington College).  During her time at Muhlenberg, Heather played internationally two times; once with her Muhlenberg team in Holland, Germany, and Belgium, and the second time with USA Athletes International in Austria, Italy and Slovenia.  

Heather's expertise focuses on defensive skill, but is able to teach offensive skill due to her knowledge of the game.  She led her second year Badger team to an undefeated, no goals against season in 2016 with SJYFH.  In addition, in 2016, the team won the Columbus Day Tournament.  In 2017, her first year Honey Badger team placed 2nd in the Columbus Day Tournament against a club team.  Heather has taken her team, in 2016, to a club team tournament, where they placed 4th out of 6 teams, beating out 2 club teams.  

In 2018, Heather led her Honey Badger team to another undefeated season, 13-0.  She graduated eleven, 8th grade players, who started with her when they were in 5th grade.  

In 2021, Heather lead her Honey Badger team to a 2nd place finish in the SJYFH League, losing 3-2 against a tough Millville team with many club athletes.  

In addition, to field hockey, Heather played softball at Muhlenberg for 3 years as a pitcher and graduated with a BA in Psychology in 2015.  Heather was Pre-Med in college as well.  Currently, Heather is working for Painting Pups as a Painting Consultant.   Heather is also coaching at the club level for South Jersey Edge. In addition, Heather does many private instruction for field hockey- currently trains around 24 players, 6 are in college currently.  


Clinic and Bitty Badger Division Manager:  Stephanie Segrest

Stephanie has been involved in the game of field hockey for over 25 years.  She played all through middle school, high school, and college. Stephanie played field hockey at Rowan University from 1995-1998.  While there, Stephanie was a four year starter playing both midfield and defense. Stephanie tallied a total of 9 goals and 12 assists during her career at Rowan University.  She was an integral part of both defensive and offensive corners. She was a key member helping her team earn bids to the NCAA tournament in both 1997 and 1998. During the 1998 season, Stephanie helped lead her to team to an NJAC conference title and Regional title leading the field hockey team of Rowan University to its first ever Final Four appearance.  Stephanie earned All Conference Honors for the New Jersey Athletic Conference and was named as a member of the All Tournament Team for the Division III Final Four Championship. Stephanie continues to play as an adult in a competitive sports league.
Stephanie’s coaching career began in 2001 in Winslow Township coaching the middle school team.  She spent two seasons there before heading to Holy Cross to serve as the assistant coach to a very successful Holy Cross team.  Stephanie then moved to the freshman coaching position at Delran High School where she led her first team to an undefeated season.  Stephanie continued as the freshman coach, then later the junior varsity coach, and assisted at the varsity level as well. While in Delran, the team earned multiple successful trips to the state tournament.  Many of the players Stephanie has coached have gone on to continue their field hockey careers in college.
Stephanie is currently a fourth grade teacher in Delran, NJ.  She volunteers her time as a basketball coach, softball coach, and lacrosse coach in Cinnaminson.  Both of her children are very involved in Cinnaminson athletics. Teaching is Stephanie’s passion and she is very committed to teaching the youth of Cinnaminson the game of field hockey.  


 Goalie Coach- Erik Miler

Erik Grew up playing Hockey, He is a US Marine Corps Veteran: played Hockey in Japan and California.  Coached and trained over 125 Keepers - Coach and Goalie Trainer for the last 16 years. Consulted with several High School programs and Coached at PVI for 3 years.  Coached at the Berlin Middle School for 3 years winning 2 Championships finishing with a record of 35 and 1.  Co-founded the Berlin Recreational Field Hockey Program. Coached 5th & 6th and 7th & 8th grade teams both winning League Championships and only losing one game in 2 years. USA Field Hockey Futures Coach 5 years.
Club Field Hockey History- South Jersey Edge Goalie Coach - 3 Years. Currently the GK Coach for Spirit of the USA.



Badgers Coach - Niki Teague

I am a PICU/CVICU RN. I have played field hockey since 7th grade, including three years on varsity at Cinnaminson High School, where I held the position as captain my senior year. After high school, I played on an indoor winter league for 2 years at Moorestown Field House and joined the club team at James Madison University for a year. 


Assistant Coach:  Marissa Porrini  (In College)

Marissa started playing field hockey in 2009 as a 2nd grader as the first to start the league. Then as her skill progressed, she joined South Jersey Edge in 5th grade. She plays all year round from indoor to outdoor seasons.  She plays all over the east coast playing at numerous tournaments such as the National Field Hockey Festival and Winter Escape. She was a 3.5 year varsity starter at CMS. Marissa was a strong attacker but still had a defensive mindset. Marissa is now a sophomore in college and studying to be a nurse. She helps out with the program when she can. 

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