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Emily Beach is the inventor of the Dribble Dr. An All-American field hockey player for the University of Maryland, Beach led the team to the 2005 ACC and NCAA championships as a captain.

The inventor of the DribbleDr., Emily Beach did not pick up a field hockey stick until she entered ninth grade at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Bethesda, Maryland. But her success was instantaneous. Four straight Maryland State Championships and the 2000 Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year are just a few of the honors she won during her four year high-school career.

Beach began her college career at the University of Virginia, but in 2003 she transferred to the University of Maryland. After a redshirt year, with two years of eligibility remaining, she played in two NCAA Final Fours and two ACC Championship games. In 2005, as Captain, she led the team to an ACC and NCAA championship and garnered all-American honors.

In 2006, Maryland once again won the NCAA championship, this time with Beach on the sidelines as an assistant coach. She was also head of hockey for Champions of Tomorrow where she coached the Jackals club team and directed field hockey camps and clinics. At COT, she worked with field hockey players ranging in ages from 6-18.

In 2007, she was offered the job as Assistant Coach at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. In addition to full-time coaching and recruiting responsibilities at Georgetown, she continues to work with younger players at camps around the country.

In January 2011, Beach accepted the head coaching position at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. The Stevens Ducks compete in the Empire 8 conference of Division 3.

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