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Annie Smyth-Hammond Seattle Red Hawks U13 A1 Girls Head Coach

By Admin Staff, 04/01/24, 12:30PM PDT

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Smyth-Hammond to Coach a Girls Team for the 2024-2025 Season

Annie Smyth-Hammond grew up in Massachusetts, playing hockey, soccer, and lacrosse, before she was recruited to play Division III hockey at Stevenson University. Annie was a dedicated student-athlete at Stevenson University from 2016-2020. In addition to being a business communications major, Annie captained the Stevenson University Women’s Ice Hockey Team (NCAA) during her junior and senior years. She received the Mustang Award, as well as the American Hockey Coaches Association All-American Scholars award, during her time there.

After graduating from Stevenson University, Annie joined Manhattanville College Women’s Hockey (NCAA) as an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator. In addition to her coaching responsibilities, Annie earned her Masters in Education from Manhattanville College. While at Manhattanville, she also coached for ProCrease, assisting in their goalie development programs. Following Manhattanville, Annie returned to her alma mater, Holderness School, to be the Assistant Director of Admissions and the Head Coach of the girls' varsity hockey team. She also worked as a dorm parent and advisor to students on campus.

Annie is now the Girls Hockey Director at Seattle Junior. She oversees player and coach development for the girls program. She runs weekly development sessions with the rep hockey teams with Youth Hockey Director, Marty Rubin, and goalie director, Mark Sorenson. In her free time, Annie enjoys hiking, camping, mountain biking, and really anything that gets her outside! 

The U13 A1 Seattle Red Hawks play in the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey League in the Girls Division.  This division includes girls with the birth years 2012 & 2013 - Equivalent to USA hockey 12U Division - 2024-2025 Hockey Season