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Bob Rotondo » General Manager

Bob Rotondo is a certified hockey lifer. In 1959 he entered St. John's Prep in Danvers as a freshman netminder. After playing for two years at St. John's, he finished his high school career at St. Mary's in Lynn as a league All-Star. He then attended Providence College and played for the Friars.

In the early 1990s, he joined up with the Boston Junior Terriers of the old Metropolitan Boston Hockey League. That led to gigs with the Eastern Junior Hockey League, the New England College Development League, and the Tyngsboro/Nashua Huskies.

Rotondo started the Northeast Women's Hockey League (NEWHL). That was the beginning of women's hockey in the Boston area. This was the only place that women came to play. It had players from junior high and high school coming to play. Rotondo and a few partners started to cobble together NEWHL All-Star teams and began playing in a number of regional tournaments.

While Rotondo immersed himself in the business of running leagues, club teams and hockey rinks, he also was making a name for himself as a goalie instructor. Rotondo established Puckstoppers Goaltending and opened his own synthetic ice training facility.

Rotondo was also one of the founders of the East Coast Wizards. He eventually went out on his own and became the driving force behind the Boston Shamrocks.

The Boston Shamrocks are clearly the apple of Rotondo's eye. The elite all-female Shamrocks remain his pride and joy. The list of Shamrock alumnae who have gone on to play at over 50 Division 1 and Division 3 colleges is impressive, playing at programs such as Amherst, Boston University, Clarkson, Harvard, Maine, New Hampshire, Notre Dame, Providence, St. Anselm, and Yale, to just name a few.

Asked what he'd like his legacy to be, once he finally walks away from the game, Rotondo thinks for a moment, and then says, “Just that I helped a bunch of kids go to school, and become great women.”

Phone: 781-838-0352

Sean Fisher » Director of Hockey Operations

Sean Fisher joins the Boston Shamrocks Hockey Club with an extensive 15-year background in coaching and instructing across North America. His wealth of hockey knowledge, along with his proven abilities in individual player development, make him a great addition to the Boston Shamrocks Elite Women's Staff.

Most recently Sean was an Assistant Coach at the University of Manitoba where he helped lead the Women's Hockey team to back-to-back CanadaWest Conference Finals and a national ranking in the CIS as high as #4, the highest national ranking obtained in the program's history.

While at the University of Manitoba Sean helped lead the Bisons squad that won five playoff series in three short years, leading to many awards and nominations, including: 1 CIS Rookie of the Year, 1 CanadaWest Player of the Year, 1 CanadaWest Rookie of the Year, 2 CanadaWest Coach of the Year, 5 USports All-Canadians, 10 CanadaWest All-Star Team Nominations and over 20 Academic All-Canadians.

During Sean's time coaching the Women's Hockey program, the team finished with a .607 winning percentage including two 19-win seasons. At the time of his departure, Sean had guided the Bisons' powerplay to the best results in program history and 2nd best in the country for the 2016-17 season at 23.4%.

Phone: 978-729-7863

Hannah Irving » Academic Coordinator

Hannah Irving graduated summa cum laude from Franklin Pierce University where she majored in Biology and minored in both Mathematics and Chemistry. She started tutoring as a high school student and continued to do so throughout her years at Franklin Pierce. Since graduating, she has been privately tutoring high school students.

Hannah began working with the Shamrocks as the team's Math and Science tutor and continues to hold that role within the organization. As the Academic Coordinator, Hannah is also the contact person for players and parents with questions and concerns about academics. She has become an invaluable asset in helping players navigate the NCAA Eligibility Center and assisting with the college application process.

Phone: 617-257-2605

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Molly Corl » Assistant Coach

Phone: 978-317-9985

Jordan Hampton » Assistant Coach