Fresh from defeating the 1923 All-American field hockey team  5-0 in Philadelphia, the all-Irish hockey team defeated the Vassar varsity team, 2-1. Called in The Miscellany News "Perhaps the best team which has come to this country since the undefeated visit of the All-England in the Fall of 1921," the Irish team was "faster," but Vassar "made up for their lack of speed by quick interchange and good stick-work."

Chosen by the Irish Ladies Hockey Union, the world's oldest women's hockey associationd, the irish team was scheduled for matches in New York, Bryn Mawr, Wellesley, Boston, Chicago, Madison and Richmond.