CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Former Ivy League standout Hayley Moore has joined the Harvard women's hockey coaching staff, the team announced. Moore was a two-year captain at Brown and a four-time All-Ivy League selection.
"We are thrilled to have Hayley join the Harvard Hockey family," said Katey Stone, The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey. "She was a standout hockey player at Brown University, where she gained both ECAC and Ivy League honors. Hayley's educational background, along with her strong character, makes her a perfect fit for our staff."
Prior to coming to Harvard, Moore was the head coach at St. Mark's School in Southborough, Mass. There she guided St. Mark's to a 12-12-1 record in 2012. Before joining St. Mark's, Moore skated for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women's Hockey League in 2010-11 and served as a volunteer assistant at UMass-Boston in 2009-10, helping guide the Beacons to a 17-10 mark.
Moore, who also played a professional season in Switzerland, ranks in the top ten in career points and goals at Brown. She amassed 130 points and found the back of the net on 69 occasions, both ranking eighth in the school's career record book. She earned All-ECAC honors and made the ECAC All-Academic team, while playing in 123 games during her four years.
After her senior season, the honors for Moore kept coming. She was selected as one of six position players in the nation to compete in the Frozen Four Skills Challenge in Denver, Colo., and also invited to train with the U.S. National Team in Lake Placid, N.Y. and Colorado Springs, Colo.
The Crimson starts its season Oct. 20 with an exhibition game against McGill at Bright Hockey Center, before traveling to Quinnipiac Oct. 26 for the regular season opener.