Carly Campana Levine Named RPCS Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach

Roland Park Country School Athletic Director Carol Hatton is pleased to announce the hiring of Carly Campana Levine as Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach. Levine has been coaching field hockey at the collegiate level since 2006, most recently as the Towson University Head Coach from 2013 to 2016.

“I am thrilled to welcome Carly Levine to RPCS,” says Hatton.  “She has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a player and coach. She is committed to growing the game and understands the technical aspects of the sport of field hockey as well as what it takes to run a program. Carly’s passion for the sport is evident. I look forward to working with her this fall.”

Prior to TU, Levine was an assistant coach at West Chester University (2011-2013), University of Delaware (2009-2011), and Susquehanna University (2006-2008). In addition to her collegiate coaching experience, Levine has also been immersed in club field hockey world as the founder Full Swing Field Hockey, LLC, and co-founder and Director of Super Sixty Camps.

As a student-athlete at the University of Delaware, Levine earned her undergraduate degree in human services while playing for the Blue Hens Field Hockey team. She was part of the 2004 Colonial Athletic Association Championship team that advanced to the NCAA tournament and she served as a team captain as a senior in 2005.

Levine earned her master’s of education from University of Delaware in 2013.