Coaches


Cay Miller - Varsity Head Coach
 
Coach Cay Miller played field hockey, basketball and softball at Churchill, earning all-county, all-state, and all-met honors in field hockey and all-county honors in softball. She played field hockey at Haverford College (with a semester abroad playing for the University of Melbourne club team in Australia) and earned all-Centennial Conference honors. In 2005, she became the first field hockey player to be inducted into the Churchill Sports Hall of Fame. She coached Churchill's JV field hockey team in the 2005, 2006, and 2007 seasons. In 2010, she became the varsity field hockey coach at Churchill. She teaches English for speakers of other languages at Wheaton Woods ES, and she achieved National Board certification in 2013.
 
 
Shelby Amspacher - JV Head Coach

Coach Shelby Amspacher played field hockey at Archbishop John Carroll High School in Radnor, PA. She played club with the WC Eagles and Philly Hockey Club. She played field hockey at Hood College, starting all four years at center midfield. Shelby has coached locally for KOA, working with the U12, U14, and U16 age groups. She graduated from Hood College in 2017 with a degree in art and archaeology and a minor in history, and she is pursuing a masters degree at Goucher College in historic preservation.

 

Stephanie Dickel - Volunteer Assistant Coach
 
Coach Stephanie DIckel played field hockey and ran winter and spring track at Montville Township High School in Montville, New Jersey. She played field hockey at Mary Washington College her freshman year. She was the assistant varsity field hockey coach at Wakefield High School in Arlington from 2008-2009 and head varsity coach from 2010-2011. She was named National District's Field Hockey Coach of the Year in 2011.  From 2012 to 2016, she was the JV field hockey coach at Churchill. She works as an urban planner for Montgomery County. She runs half marathons in her spare time.



Margaret Carroll - Volunteer Assistant Coach

Coach Margaret Carroll played field hockey at Watchung Hills Regional High School in Warren, New Jersey. She has been a volunteer assistant at Churchill since the 2015 season. She studied architecture at the University of Maryland and started a lifelong obsession with Terps basketball. In her spare time, she is a consultant for architecture and interior design firms in the DC Metro area. She lives in Bethesda with her husband, two adorable little boys, one dog and one cat, and she waits every year for another Maryland basketball national championship.



 




Coaches