Elizabeth Wulf ’14 will begin her second stint in coaching as an assistant coach for the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey team.
"We are excited to welcome Wulfie to our program," said head coach Chris MacKenzie in a release from the team. "We feel she's a great fit for our program. Everyone she has worked with respects her energy and enthusiasm for the student athletes she works with."
Before UConn, Wulf coached for three years at Wesleyan University, and before that, she enjoyed a highly successful collegiate hockey career at Middlebury. Playing for the Panthers, she helped the team earn three straight NESCAC titles and a trip to the NCAA Final Four.
“I can already tell this is a special place with great people, so I'm eager to get to know each of our players and meet others members of the UConn community. UConn Athletics has a rich tradition of success, and it's a really exciting time to be a part of its women's hockey program, so I can't wait to get started!” said Wulf in the release.
At Hotchkiss, Wulf earned varsity letters in each of the nine seasons that she competed in soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse. She served as captain of the soccer and ice hockey teams in her senior year, and she earned the Kelly Stone Lacrosse Prize, the Goss Athletic Award, and the Girls Senior Athletic Award.