College Hockey:
Ex-Elmira captain Lamoureux named new assistant coach with Utica women

Tanis Lamoureux has been selected the new assistant coach for the Utica women’s team.

Lamoureux graduated from Elmira in the spring of 2014 after four years playing for the Soaring Eagles. She served as team captain in her final two seasons.

In her senior season of 2013-14, she was named an AHCA Second Team All-American and an ECAC West First Team All-Conference selection. She was also selected as an ECAC West All-Tournament Team member for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons. Lamoureux is now Elmira’s eighth all-time leading scorer with 106 career points on 44 goals and 62 assists.

Lamoureux has worked as a camp counselor and coach at countless hockey camps, including the Vigilante Hockey Camp in Plymouth, Mich., the Power Shot Hockey Academy in Livonia, Mich., and four years as a volunteer within the Elmira Youth Hockey ranks.

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