College Hockey:
St. Cloud Brings In First Women’s Coach

St. Cloud State has named Kerry Brodt the Huskies’ first-ever women’s ice hockey coach.

Brodt, a 1995 graduate of St. Cloud State, has coached girls’ ice hockey since 1994, currently with North St. Paul (Minn.) High School. She is also a coach for the U.S. Community Olympic Development Program for girls’ hockey, and is the founder and director of the Skater’s Link hockey clinic.

“We are obviously delighted that Kerry has accepted our offer to become the first women’s hockey coach at St. Cloud State,” Dr. Kurtz said. “We feel she has the energy, enthusiasm and experience necessary to build a competitive and quality intercollegiate Division I women’s hockey program at SCSU.”

Brodt, the sister of former St. Cloud men’s hockey captain Vic Brodt, was a member of the SCSU women’s golf team, earning Division II All-America honors in 1992.

The Huskies’ inaugural season will get underway Nov. 6 against St. Mary’s University.

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