A Message From Our CEO
At TPH Academy, our core purpose is to advance the next generation of impact players, and this 2022-23 academic year, for the first time, we were thrilled to introduce our TPH Impact Player of the Year Award winners and nominees.
In fact, the highlight of my year was getting to connect with our 3 winners - Bella, Drew, and Eliot - and their families to give a hearty congratulations and a thank you for the example they set amongst their peers each day. Descriptions of our Impact Players of the Year include:
“A role model for the younger female hockey players" • “Taking unprompted responsibility” • “Breaking new ground every day” • “Pushes peers to the next level" • “Leading by example” • “Kindness and ability to bring people together” • “Someone that all the students look up to” • “Treats every single individual with the utmost respect” • “Sets the bar and tone each day”
Of course, holistic development precedes the advancement of impact players, and it’s in this prerequisite that our team strives to lead the world. Our teammates bring a remarkable passion to student-athlete development, and it’s a great source of pride for me that these same teammates saw us fit to be awarded the 2022 Best Employers in Sports recognition by Front Office Sports - a first for TPH.
Another first, our team expanded north of the border! TPH Academy launched in Canada with our acquisition of and partnership with Total Package Hockey in London, Ontario. We also forged our first major junior hockey partnership, becoming the Official Academic Provider for the OHL’s Kitchener Rangers.
Speaking of partnerships, we joined forces with RippleWorx to develop and launch our cutting edge TPH Performance App. Housing all TPH student-athlete performance data across academics, athletics, and wellness, this new, artificial intelligence-driven analytics platform will supercharge student-athlete talent development.
We also expanded our impact by formally launching Powered by TPH, which delivers a range of offerings to organizations that want to pair TPH Academy’s capabilities with their own brand and infrastructure, creating a world-class experience for their families as a result.
Finally, returning to where I began with advancing the next generation of impact players, our milestone launch in 2022-23 was the TPH Impact Player Foundation. The Foundation will support TPH’s core purpose by providing scholarships and financial support to student-athletes and their families.
And with that, thank you for being on this journey with us, and please do enjoy our 2022-23 TPH Academy Impact Report, featuring incredible accomplishments by our student-athletes throughout the year. From academic and athletic achievements to community service, these young people shine both as a squad and individually.
Here’s to the next generation of Impact Players.
Chief Executive Officer
TPH’s Purpose is to lead the world in the
holistic development of student-athletes,
advancing – in and beyond the game – the
next generation of impact players.
TPH Academy Campuses
POWERED BY TPH PARTNERS
Sports in 2022-2023
MAKING GAINS IN AND BEYOND THE GAME
As education and athletic training continue to evolve, providing student-athletes with the best possible learning and development environment is crucial. We create spaces and facilitate an environment to provide all types of learners with a comfortable and productive academic experience. Our space has everything our student-athletes need to truly take ownership of their development.
Of Students on Honor Roll
AP Courses Taken
GPA Progression from 1st to 2nd Semester
TPH Student-Athletes across the country complete a standardized battery of tests, developed in conjunction with sport scientists from across the globe and industry-leading strength and conditioning coaches. Check out these improvement numbers from across all our academies this past year.
Increase in High Jump
Increase of On-Ice Speed with Puck
Increase in Lower Body Strength
Increase in Grip Strength
Decrease in 20-Yard Sprint Time
Increase in Slapshot Speed
A TPH Athlete possesses three qualities: overall skill, sports sense, and competitiveness. At the same time, we improve a player’s strength, speed, athleticism, and endurance, to create an elite TPH Athlete. Five training phases, daily training themes, positive hands-on coaching, innovative methods, and video analysis are utilized to accelerate the development process of The TPH Athlete and prepare each individual for advancement to the highest levels.
Drafted to NHL
Committed to Play College Hockey
Drafted to USHL
Drafted to NAHL
Drafted Major Junior in Canada
Athletes Tendered in Juniors
Advanced from Tier II to Tier I
Advanced to USA Hockey National Development Camps
Advanced to USA Hockey Regional Development Camps
GIRLS IN THE GAME
Bella Reese won a National Championship with 19U NJP this season in Anaheim, California. Bella Reese is an inaugural member of the HPOC movement, Hockey Players of Color. Bella spent time this season at the Amerigol LATAM Cup, a five-day international tournament at the Florida Panthers Practice Facility.
Hamilton Harmony Synchro PreJuv Girls earned Top 10 in the MidWestern Sectionals, 3rd place in Diamond Classic competition, and 4th place at Porter Classic competition.
Rowan Edwards took 1st Place in Juvenile combined dance and 4th at the Pre-Silver Pattern Dance at the 48th annual ladybug competition in Chicago.
Maggie Blackstone earned 4th place at the Skate Nashville Competition Faith Dababneh USAH National Championship 19U Tier I Runner-Up
Izzy Riordan was called up to the 19U Lady Blues as a 2007 birth year
Remi Karsh and Sydney Kelm won District Champions with Team Colorado Camp Selections.
Frankie Miller Committed to Adrian College (NCAA D3) and helped lead team to Tier I USAH Nationals
McKenzie Edwards- First Female Graduate of TPH, 2022 Eastern Great Lakes Regional Bronze Medalist-USFS, Top 10 finish 2022 USFS Midwestern Sectionals, USFS Double Gold Medalist, Representing MTSU at Collegiate Nationals, South Eastern Great Lakes Sportsman of the Year, Currently ranked Top 25 Senior Ladies -USFS, Former National Champion - Duet Showcase
Oriana Weidman 2007 Jr Preds Girls team made it to Nationals.
Elyssa Sharma made a Tier 1 team this year moving up from Tier 2 to play with her sister Avery on HB 16U AAA Girls, Avery Sharma invited for second year to the Girls 16U National Camp.
Kendall Dey finished 5th out of 180 riders at the Pony Medal Finals in Lexington, KY, which is the National Championship.
Giving back is a core component of TPH's holistic approach to academic and athletic development. Each academy gives back locally in a way that is impactful to their individual communities.
22-23 service projects included: Cards for veterans, clean up at local parks, meal prepping and serving at nonprofits, volunteering at animal shelters, helping families during the holidays, and many others!
Pounds of Food Donated
Pounds of Toiletries Donated
A BETTER WAY TO
ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE
Supported by our TPH Performance App, our team builds strong, meaningful connections with student-athletes and families. As a result, our families are better informed on their children’s holistic performance and well-being than prior to joining us at TPH Academy.
Our student-athletes gain a new community of like-minded friends, invested teachers, committed coaches, and TPH alumni, while also experiencing deeper ties to their local communities through extra-curricular activities and acts of service to others.
Our student-athletes experience measurably improved performance in their academics, training, and sports, gaining confidence along the way. Our model empowers them to balance and achieve academic and athletic success, all while maintaining the enjoyment of the journey.