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14U/16U LADY RUSH TRAVEL TEAM INFORMATION

XIC Hockey will provide a 14U/16U Lady Rush Travel Team experience during the 2019-20 season. This program is intended to provide 14U and 16U girl players an opportunity to participate on an all-girl team.

Our goal is to provide the travel team experience for the 2019-20 season and then build on the energy to grow our Girls program for the 2020-21 season.

MEET THE COACHES!

Jessica Nalette—Jessica has been coaching ice hockey for 16 years.  Her coaching career began when she started coaching her high school alma mater’s women’s hockey team in Vermont.  Once her daughters became interested in the sport, Jessica transitioned to coaching termites and has continued to coach youth hockey as her daughters have progressed through the USA Hockey program.  Jessica enjoys coaching as it affords an opportunity to combine her extensive athletic experience with her enjoyment of children and their development.

Jessica grew up in Vermont where she played ice hockey, field hockey, softball, and golf.  As a senior in high school, she served as captain of three varsity teams and earned the Female Athlete of the Year award.  After high school, Jessica received scholarships, attended a golf school in the Carolinas where she finished third in her class, passed the PAT, and started in the PGA program.

Professionally, Jessica owns and operates her own day care program.

Abbey Miller— Abbey played Division I Hockey for Syracuse University. During her time at Syracuse, she was awarded the 2016-17 CHA Goalie of the Year, CHA All-Conference Second Team and voted MVP by her teammates. She also holds the program's record for career shutouts with 11.

Growing up in Minnesota, Abbey played for Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School, leading her team to the Minnesota State Championship where she finished as a runner-up. Named Second Team All-State twice, All-Metro Second Team and All-Conference twice. Led the state in both goals against average and save percentage as a Junior and holds the Minnesota State Record for career shutouts with 29.