College Hockey:
UND to Interview 3 for New Women’s Coaching Position

— North Dakota assistant athletic director Kathy McCann announced that the athletic department will interview three candidates for the new women’s hockey coach position on campus between December 18-21.

“We have three quality candidates coming in to interview for the coaching position. Each of the candidates coming in has extensive experience and background in hockey,” said McCann.

The three candidates include: Shantel Gammie, currently the associate head
coach at Maine; Bruce Olson, currently a elementary physical education instructor and varsity head hockey coach at Roseau (Minn.) High School; and Laura Solberg, currently an assistant coach at the University of Saskatchewan, who also served with the Canadian Olympic team as an apprentice coach.

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