BROCKPORT, N.Y. — This month, the NFHCA Scholastic Committee selected Renée Toliver to serve as their representative on the NFHCA Board of Directors.

The Scholastic Committee is one of the new committees formed by the recently adopted NFHCA Bylaws. The committee was created to serve the scholastic membership group and is made up of regional representatives.

“I am looking forward to serving as the scholastic representative on the NFHCA Board of Directors,” said Toliver. “This is a fantastic organization and I am enthusiastic about enhancing the scholastic group’s experience and creating an environment where scholastic coaches will feel comfortable and look to the NFHCA as their go-to resource.”

Toliver has been the varsity head field hockey coach at Shawnee High School in Medford, New Jersey for the past 15 years. At Shawnee she has amassed a record of 233-70-8 and earned a New Jersey Group 3 State Championship in 2007. In addition to her work as a high school coach, Toliver is also a co-owner of Xplosive Sports Academy, an entity that operates a field hockey camp, sports-performance gym, and a club team as well as a coaching seminar.

Toliver has been a member of the NFHCA for 15 years and has most recently served on the New Jersey All-Region Committee and as the New Jersey representative on the High School All-American committee. Off the pitch, Toliver is a world language teacher at Shawnee High School.

Toliver is a graduate of Rowan University and a member of the 2002 National Championship team.

Toliver will begin her three-year term as the Scholastic Representative to the board immediately.

To learn more about the NFHCA Board of Directors and their responsibilities, review our bylaws.