Imogen (Immy) George

Field Hockey

Imogen George playing Field Hockey


19 years

United Kingdom





Immy is a dedicated student-athlete that has shown true dedication to all sports that she competes in. She has remained fully committed to her studies exemplified in her GPA. Immy would be a great addition to any program.

About Me

As a student-athlete, I have competed at school and club at hockey, soccer, tennis, athletics and netball, all to county level. I was also selected as School Sports Captain. I have competed twice at National English Schools Athletics Competition at shot-putt coming 9th on both occasions. I have represented Warwickshire at several different athletics competitions, including the National Indoor event as a multi event athlete, where I also medalled. I believe that my all round sporting ability has helped me progress in my hockey career, I love being part of a team, I enjoy competing with my teammates and leading them on the field of play.


King Edward VI (KES) School Stratford-upon-Avon

Khalsa Leamington Ladies 1st team



  • Khalsa Leamington Ladies 1st team
  • 2022 – South Midlands Team (2nd place in tournament)
  • Khalsa Leamington Mixed 1st team
  • South Midlands Performance Centre Squad
  • School 1st Team

• Was part of the squad that got Khalsa Leamington promoted for the first time to National League

• Competed at national league age 16

• Been selected for Midlands Performance Centre South for 3 seasons in succession

• The school’s 1st team has historically been always a boys team, I was selected as the 1st girl to be part of this squad which required a change of school’s selection policy

• Top goal scorer in the U15 intercounty tournament



I love being part of a team, it strengthens me as a player being able to have the support of others and I like how we can all help each other improve our weaknesses. On the pitch I keep a positive mindset and always communicate positively and supportively as I believe a team can only win if the communication is strong and constructive. From an earlier age I’ve been involved with sport and compete. This has fine-tuned my sporting brain which allows me to respond to feedback and understand complex drills (so I can support other members of the team) and implement these on the pitch. I am also quick to see opportunities in the heat of the game and respond quickly. I’ve been a multi-sport athlete for many years, and I believe this enables me to transfer skills between sports; for example: explosion/power from shotput, footwork from tennis, spatial awareness from football and general fitness from the amount of sport I do in a week. Tenacity and perseverance are crucial during a game, and due to my strength and speed I never give up a chase for a ball or trying to win a ball back in jump back defence. This is different for many others. I’ve seen on many occasions players give up if they lose the ball, but my mentality is that you don’t stopping running, tracking back, fighting until the ball is off the side/backline or back in my possession.

I love sport especially hockey and from speaking to many people, going to America to play is one of the most memorable experiences possible. I’m always trying to get better and improve and taking the opportunity to have coaching from some of the best coaches will not only improve my physical game but also the mental game – I’ll have a better understanding of tactics and how to assess the game. Sport at college in the US is funded significantly more than in the UK, ensuring the athletes receive all round support and coaching. As I am considering a career in sport, this will provide me with a great insight into all the opportunities available in this world, beyond just being a player. In the UK, the academic side is viewed more importantly, whereas achieving a sports scholarship and playing at college in the US has so much more prestige and respect. Sport in the UK is more seen as a hobby rather than the value it has in the US, which is what I want. To me sport has always been a fundamental priority.

- Improve the level of my hockey ability and understand what it means to be a fulltime athlete - Play hockey to a high level regularly that then opens opportunities back in the UK after my degree - Be a core part of a successful team - Graduate with high academics to enable opportunities in the future beyond sport - Travelleing, experiencing and participating in a different culture and with different people from all over the world. - To meet and develop relationships with new people both within the hockey network and beyond.

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