Stephanie Jones
Stephanie Jones
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 603-862-0305
Year: Ninth season
Previous College: UNH '05

•   A native of Kimberley, British Columbia

•   Member of the Canada National Women Under-22 Team that competed at the European Air Canada Cup in January 2004
•   Participated at the 2003 Hockey Canada U-22 National Development  Camp

•   Four-year varsity letterwinner at New Hampshire from 2001-05
•   Played in 142 career games, which is four less than the school record
•   Averaged 1.00 points per game in her career with 142 points; that total ranks 17th on the program’s all-time leaderboard
•   Scored 78 career goals to rank No. 11 on UNH’s all-time list
•   Led the Wildcats in goals three of the four seasons she played with 17 as a rookie in 2002, 22 as a sophomore in 2003 and 24 as a senior in 2005
•   Led the team in points as a sophomore with 37
•   Recorded a personal-best 42 points as a senior
•   Ranked No. 20 in the nation in goals per game as a senior, as well as No. 16 in game-winning goals
•   Served as team captain – and was the only senior – in 2005

•   Helped guide UNH to four NCAA Tournament appearances from 2007-10
•   Hockey East regular-season champions in ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
•   Hockey East Tournament champions in ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
•   33 wins in 2008 tied the program’s single-season record
•   28 wins in 2007 ranks fourth on program’s single-season list
•   UNH was ranked No. 1 in the nation for eight weeks in the 2008 season
•   In 2008, UNH ended the year #1 in the nation in penalty kill, #2 in offense, #2 in defense and #2 in power play
•   The 2008 Wildcats broke six Hockey East team records and tied two others en route to the league’s first undefeated season
•   Ranked No. 1 in the nation during the 2007 season (ended at No. 4)
•   Began her coaching career as an assistant coach at Colgate University in the 2005-06 season
•   At Colgate, her responsibilities included assisting in all recruiting (U.S. and Canada); on and off ice coaching with emphasis on forwards and special teams; academic advising; managing players’ well-being; and creating and directing the off-ice conditioning program
•   Helped lead the Raiders to wins against nationally-ranked St. Lawrence and Clarkson as well as consecutive ties vs. nationally- ranked Mercyhurst

•   Hockey East Player of the Year (2005)
•   New England All-Star Team (2005)
•   Hockey East First Team All-Star (2003 and 2005)
•   ECAC Eastern League All-Rookie Team (2002)
•   UNH women’s hockey Karyn Bye Award – MVP (2005)
•   UNH women’s hockey Fan Favorite Award (2005)

•   Under Jones’ guidance, a Colgate forward broke the program’s rookie points record and garnered ECAC All-Rookie Team honors in 2006

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