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Kristi Kehoe » Head Coach

Kristi Kehoe earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from Northeastern University, where she was a four-year member of the women's ice hockey team totaling 135 games played and netted 45 goals while dishing out 23 assists.  In her freshman, sophomore and junior years she led the team in goals, points, and assists.  In 2012 Kehoe was one of 7 people inducted into the Northeastern Hockey East All-Decade Team.

Prior to joining the Shamrocks, Coach Kehoe had a stint as the Head Coach of the Kunlun Red Star Women's Juniors Ice Hockey team and Chinese National U18 Team.  She helped lead China U18 to its best finish at World Championships in 5 years.  She had a 4-year run as the Head Coach of New England College's Women's Ice Hockey Program. Prior to being the NEC Pilgrims Head Coach, Kehoe served as an assistant at The State University of New York Cortland.

In addition to her college coaching experiences, Kehoe has also worked numerous USA Hockey National U18 and U15 camps and is currently the Director of Girls Player Development for the New England District with USA Hockey.  She also works with many other USA Hockey Districts in their camp/evaluation processes.

Phone: 661-496-9308

Andréa Saint Onge » Assistant Coach

Andréa St. Onge is a California native from the city of Garden Grove. She started playing roller hockey when she was 7 years old at the local outdoor rink, where she was the only girl playing with the boys. At the age of 11, Andréa wanted to go the next step and tried out for an all-girl ice hockey teamed called the Cal Selects in Huntington Beach, CA. Instantly, she fell in love with the sport. Cal Selects later transformed into the club team, LA Selects, where Andréa played for the next two season. Her sophomore year of high school, she decided to make the switch to the only other all-girl hockey program, the Anaheim Lady Ducks. Andréa's goal was to make it to the next step, which was playing Collegiate NCAA ice hockey. The Lady Ducks did a great job at taking the team to a variety of tournaments and showcases to get the girls exposed to the college scouts.

Andréa played NCAA Division III women's ice hockey for New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. During her senior year, she was voted team captain by her teammates and coaches. That season she helped lead her team to the NEHC Quarterfinals, where they lost 1-0 to Norwich University. Andréa received her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology after her four years at NEC in 2016.

After graduation, Andréa went on to become the Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach for the start-up program at Post University in Waterbury, Connecticut. While at Post, she also worked as a hockey private lessons instructor for IPH (I Play Harder). She worked with players from every age and a variety of skill levels, trying to help develop their hockey skills and get them to the next level. After two years of working at both Post University and IPH, Andréa was very excited to bring her knowledge and coaching skills to the Boston Shamrocks Hockey Academy.

Phone: 714-943-8051
U19 Boston Shamrocks Roster
Player Position Hometown Class
#2 - Cassandra Vorderbrug Defense Coates, North Carolina 2019
#4 - Trechelle Bunn Defense Wampum, Manitoba 2018
#5 - Hailey Modlin Forward Phoenix, Arizona 2020
#7 - Alex Robertson Forward Beverly, Mass. 2019
#9 - Katarina Diehr Defense Fullerton, California 2019
#10 - Riley Nichols Forward Tampa, Florida 2020
#11 - Nancy Benedict Defense Purcellville, Virgina 2020
#12 - Ashley Keaveney Defense Exeter, New Hampshire 2018
#14 - Sydney Vautour Forward Wenham, Mass. 2020
#16 - Taylor Markstein Forward Longmeadow, Mass. 2018
#17 - Jocelin Hudanish Forward Palm Coast, Florida 2020
#18 - Kaela Thomson Forward Norwalk, Connecticut 2018
#19 - Kaleigh Cadorette Forward Barrington, New Hampshire 2019
#22 - Hannah Sharlow Forward Albany, New York 2020
#24 - Dena Akers Defense Baco Raton, Florida 2019
#29 - Alexa Matses Goalie Boxford, Mass. 2018
#30 - Izzy Day Goalie Brentwood, New Hampshire 2019
#33 - Bryn White Goalie Denver, Colorado 2020