The Women’s Junior Varsity Hockey Program welcomes players of all skill levels. The goal of the program is to develop the skills of the player no matter where each player is in their development of skills in hockey. A large, diverse schedule provides the team with competition from around the Lakes Region and beyond. The “team first” motto is important to the program as players learn about supporting their teammates on and off the ice. Players work on accomplishing their personal goals and team goals while having fun together.
Jessica MacLeod is the Head Coach of the Women's JV Ice Hockey team. In the past, Jessica was Assistant Coach for the Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey Team for five years. Jessica graduated from New Hampton School in 2002 and was a three-sport varsity athlete. She played soccer, ice hockey and softball. She was also recipient of the Paul Family Hockey Award in 2002. Jessica believes in developing players at any level who joins the JV team, and helping each player achieve their goals. Most importantly, Jessica believes in teamwork and having fun.
Krysta comes from a family of hockey players and has been playing since she was a child. She had the pleasure of playing on the Women’s JV Ice Hockey team at Austin Preparatory School from 2009- 2011 and as an upperclassman, she took on the role to encourage enthusiasm and high team morale for all skate levels of the team, ranging from first-time skaters to intermediate players. On that team, she was able to develop and promote an appreciation for the game and importance of teamwork. She brings those same goals to New Hampton School.