College Hockey:
Moxley named new head women’s coach at Buffalo State

Buffalo State has hired former Niagara standout and Ohio State assistant coach Candice Moxley as its new head women’s coach.

Moxley spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach at Ohio State and prior to joining the Buckeyes, served one year as the head coach at Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ont., and two years as an assistant at Robert Morris.

Before her time at Robert Morris, Moxley played at Niagara from 2001-05 where she was a team captain and All-College Hockey America honoree as a senior, as well as being a three-time CHA All-Academic Team member.

Moxley is currently a member of the 2013 Canadian National Ball Hockey Team and also plays for the Canadian National Inline Hockey Team.

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