Linda Lundrigan

Assigned to: Coach Mentor – Japan

Team USA – 2010 (U22 team)

Other Hockey Experience: Coaching USA Hockey Select 15, 16, 17 year old development camp 2006-present…On-Ice Director for Select 16 US National Development Camp 2010…2011 NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy Seminar Attendee-Boston, MA…Northeastern University, Boston, MA, NCAA Division I Assistant Coach 2004-Present, Interim Head Coach 2009-10…IIHF Women’s Hockey Development Camp-Vierumäki, Finland-Team Coach 2010…Participant United States Olympic Committee Conference-“Team Sports-An International Perspective” 2010…NCAA Women’s Leadership Symposium Attendee-Tampa, Florida 2010…University of Mass Boston, Boston, MA-NCAA Division III Assistant Coach 2002-2004 …Assistant Coach Brooks School 1998-1999…Head Coach 2000-2002 Newton Country Day School…Player Northeastern University, Boston, MA-NCAA Division I hockey 1989-1993…USA Hockey Coaching Education Certification-Level 4…Played for 24 years

Personal Information: Currently resides in Roslindale, Massachusetts, USA…Hometown Melrose, Massachusetts, USA

Why have you joined AMP? I joined the Coach Mentor program to be a part of the continued progress of the game of women’s hockey on the international level. I have a true passion for women’s ice hockey and sports leadership. I believe that learning the game as a player and a coach is an infinite process. As a coaching member of USA Hockey, a leader in the sport, I hope to provide support to coaches of other federations and work together to help those groups enhance their own leadership skills and apply them to their team concepts.  Ultimately, anything I am able to provide from my own experience to better those around me will also foster my own continued growth as a coach and leader.

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