College Hockey:
Former Dartmouth standout Trunzo named St. Norbert women’s assistant

Amanda Trunzo has been named assistant women’s coach at St. Norbert.

Trunzo, a 2011 Dartmouth graduate, played in 124 career games with the Big Green, scoring 68 goals and 59 assists for 127 points.

She was a Patty Kazmaier Award nominee during her sophomore season when she scored a career-high 22 goals and 42 points.

Following her collegiate career, Trunzo spent time on the girls’ coaching staff at Benilde-St. Margaret’s prep school in suburban Minneapolis.

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