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Kristin Gilmour

Kristin grew up in a small town outside of Toronto, Ontario. In 2012, she competed and won a National bronze medal for Team Ontario. in 2013, she played for Team Canada and won a Gold Medal in Helsinki, Finland. In 2013, she started her career at the University of Maine as a defenseman. She played for UMaine for five years and graduated in 2018 with a psychology degree with a concentration in Neuroscience. She now works as an Athletic Academic Counselor at the University  of Maine for the men's and women's ice hockey team, softball team and football team. She also sits on the M Club board, the athletic letterwinners club for UMaine. Kristin's passion for coaching started early. coaching the UMaine men's and women's hockey camps while in her undergrad. She looks working with young defensemen, helping them to develop the skills they need to be successful. Her coaching style is honest but kind and hands on. 

Cailey Hutchison

Cailey  was a two time captain at the University of Maine and graduated in 2019 .  She is  currently playing in the NWHL for the Metropolitan Riveters and pursuing a degree in nursing. Cailey brings a lot of energy and drive to our coaching staff. Cailey is very vocal and her love of the game is infectious to not only her players but to everyone she meets.  
 
 
"Being a coach is not just a title, it is a privilege. Everyday I have an opportunity to help my teammates grow and reach their full potential not only as a hockey player but as a person. As a coach I hope to have the same effect on my players. My goal is to have my players walk away from each game having learned something. I think challenging my players is the key to helping them reach the elite levels of the sport. I will push them to think about every play, to have the integrity to work when no one is watching, and to play for their teammates rather than the glory. Hockey is a specialty sport that has helped me in many different areas in my life.  As a coach I will use my power to do exactly that for each and every one of my players."

Tommaso Bucci

Tommaso played 4 years at NCAA Division 1 Mercyhurst University and after graduating he played a year of professional hockey for Pensacola in the SPHL.  There he was named to the all rookie team for his exceptional efforts during the 2019-2020 season.  Since then he has turned his passion for playing into a desire for teaching and growing the game.  Last summer was his first summer with the Warriors where he led his teams to the finals at every tournament. Combining his experience and detailed knowledge of the game to he creates a fun learning and playing environment for each player.  The process, experience and player growth is just as important as winning if not more important to Tommaso.

Brittany Colton

Brittany played both defense and forward for the University of Maine; she graduated in 2020 with a Business Management degree. Brittany is a vocal coach that wants to spread her hockey knowledge with the players. Since she played both defense and forward at such a high level she is able to teach both sides of the game extremely well.  Brittany hopes that she is able to make an impact on the players and push them to improve their game.

Sarah Sinning

Sarah began her hockey career as a Roller Hockey player. She then moved to Ice Hockey in 9th Grade where she played for the Lady Islanders. After two seasons with the Lady Islanders she then moved to Lake Placid where she attended National Sports Academy for her Junior and Senior year, graduating as her class Salutatorian.

After NSA, Sarah proceeded to Manhattanville College. Sarah proceeded to lead her Valiant class in points all four years. Majoring  in Political Science, Sarah graduated with Honors and Distinction in the Political Science department and made the Deans List all eight semesters. 

In addition to a successful college career, Sarah has competed three times with Team USA Inline Hockey.Appearing in the World Championships in Toulouse, France, Rosario, Argentina, and Nanjing, China. Earning two silver medals and a gold medal. 

Alyssa Parke

Alyssa grew up playing hockey on Long Island where she attended Portledge School before going to play hockey at National Sports Academy in Lake Placid. Following high school, Alyssa went on to play college hockey at Plattsburgh State. At Plattsburgh State, Alyssa was captain for the 2015 National Championship team. During Alyssa’s four years at Plattsburgh, her team won two National Championships, three league championships, and she was a first team All-American her senior year of college.

Siena Falino

Siena was a student-athlete at Northeastern University, where she was a part of two Beanpot Championship teams. Throughout high school, Siena played on Suffolk PAL and the Connecticut Polar Bears.

Claire Coffman

Claire is a utility player for the university of Maine playing both forward and defense. She is going into her sophomore year and is working towards her finance degree. Claire is a very spirited coach as well as extremely insightful because her knowledge of playing both forward and defense at such a high level. Claire's goal is to make  sure the players are having a good time  but also push them to be there best selves on and off the ice help creating them to best hockey player they can be.