College Hockey:
Siegl returns to Rochester Institute of Technology as women’s assistant

Shivaun Siegl has been named an assistant coach for the Rochester Institute of Technology women’s team, returning to a post she held during the 2007-08 season.

Siegl was the primary assistant coach at Niagara the past three seasons and also served as a goaltending coach at the United States Hockey Development Program camps, held in Rochester, Lake Placid, N.Y., and St. Cloud, Minn. She was also an assistant at Rensselaer during the 2008-09 season.

“We are really excited to add Shivaun to our coaching staff,” said RIT head coach Scott McDonald. “She has great experience coaching and recruiting at the Division I level and gives us a great chance to improve our team right away.”

In 2010, Siegl was an assistant coach on McDonald’s staff that won a gold medal at the Empire State Games.

Siegl, a goaltender, played college hockey at Mercyhurst from 2002-05 then transferred to Vermont and played two seasons for the Catamounts.

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