College Hockey:
Plymouth State Turns To Corson

Plymouth State has named Darcy Corson the coach of its women’s program.

She replaces Heathey Hoffay, who posted a 1-54-1 record in the program’s first three seasons.

Corson, a 2001 graduate of Bowdoin, was the head coach at Milton Academy in Massachusetts for the last two years.

“She is experienced, knowledgeable and energetic and will be an outstanding addition to our women’s ice hockey program,” Plymouth State associate athletic director Kim Bownes said in a news release. “Darcy has shown she can help a program grow and we’re excited to have her help with the growth with our women’s ice hockey program.”

Corson has coached at the USA Hockey National Player Development Camp in Rochester, N.Y., and has coached at several other hockey camps, including the Brown University Elite camp.

“I am very excited about the opportunity at Plymouth State,” Corson said. “I met some of the members of the team during the interview process and was impressed with the enthusiasm and determination of the team. It will take a lot of hard work but we are determined to build a women’s ice hockey program that Plymouth State will be proud of. I’m looking forward to the challenge.”

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