Former women's ice hockey player an assistant coach

Louise Roy '10 (left) and Katie Coyne
Louise Roy '10 (left) and Katie Coyne
Hamilton College alumna Louise Roy '10 has been selected as an assistant coach for the Hebron Academy girls' varsity ice hockey team.
The announcement was made by Hebron Academy athletic director Leslie Guenther. Roy is from New Gloucester, Maine, and graduated from the Hebron, Maine, school in 2005. Roy was a four-year varsity letter winner and played in 95 games on defense at Hamilton. She scored one goal and recorded four assists in her four seasons.

Roy played for Hebron from 2002 to 2005. Proud of what she calls "the best ice in the state," she is taking on a coaching position where her father, Marc Roy '78, coached the girls' team to the New England tournament in 2003 and 2004. 
"I'm very happy to be back in Maine," Roy said. "My heart has always been at Hebron, and I can't wait to get back on the ice with this team. I’ve wanted to coach since high school, and I am glad Hebron has given me the opportunity to work with these strong student-athletes. It's also going to be fun to be on the same side as (former hockey opponent and new Hebron head coach) Katie Coyne!"

Susan R. Geismar contributed to this story.

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