College Hockey:
Colby tabs ex-Plattsburgh star Moberg as new women’s assistant coach

Former Plattsburgh All-American forward Steph Moberg has been named an assistant women’s coach at Colby.

Moberg, who will work under Colby interim head coach Mallory Young, was an assistant coach at Connecticut College for two seasons (2010-12).

“We are excited to have Steph Moberg on board at Colby,” Young said in a news release. “Steph brings valuable NESCAC coaching experience along with her successful playing resume, both of which will be very beneficial for our program.”

A 2010 graduate of Plattsburgh, Moberg was a First Team All-American in 2009 and 2010 and the runner-up for AHCA national player of the year honors in 2010. She was also the ECAC West player of the year in 2010.

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