College Hockey:
Bowdoin Coach Wilson Resigns

Bowdoin women’s coach Stacy Wilson has resigned, the school announced.

Wilson led the Polar Bears to .500 records in the final two of her three seasons with the team.

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“It has been a distinct privilege and a most fulfilling professional experience to have worked with the student-athletes and the staff of Bowdoin College over the past three years,” Wilson said in a statement. “Thus it is only after careful reflection on personal considerations that I have decided to return to New Brunswick, Canada. Bowdoin truly is a special and unique environment and I will look forward to visiting Brunswick to cheer on the Polar Bears in the future.”

Wilson, a former Canadian national team player who previously was an assistant coach at Minnesota-Duluth, had a 28-35-9 record in three seasons at Bowdoin.

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