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Mirasolo Joins Princeton Women's Hockey Coaching Staff

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 09/22/2011
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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
PRINCETON (9/22/11) -- Princeton head women's hockey coach Jeff Kampersal has announced that Lee-J Mirasolo has joined his coaching staff as an assistant coach. Mirasolo joins the coaching staff at Princeton after two seasons on the staff at UMass Boston and played at Boston College.

"Lee-J has a strong work ethic and a great personality," says Kampersal. "To play hockey at Boston College was a privilege for Lee-J. She never missed a game and was relentless in her pursuit to get better each day. We are looking for Lee-J share her leadership, playing abilities, and coaching experiences from UMass-Boston with our players. We are happy that she is now a Tiger."

Mirasolo played her college hockey at Boston College, where she was a part of two Beanpot Championships, made two NCAA tournament appearances and advanced to the Frozen Four in 2007. She was named the Eagles team captain for the 2007-08 campaign and was also honored that season as BC's Unsung Hero while receiving the team's Community Service Award in 2005-06.

"This is truly an amazing opportunity at such an outstanding institution," says Mirasolo. "I am really looking forward to working with Coach Kampersal, Coach Morey, the athletic administration and the student-athletes. I feel extremely fortunate to be at Princeton and I am excited to be a part of this great community."

Prior to joining the Beacons staff, Mirasolo served as an assistant ice hockey coach at Phillips Andover Academy during the 2009-10 season. Over the summer of 2010, Mirasolo acted as an Intern Coach at the U14 USA National Camp in Rochester, N.Y. She also served as the strength and conditioning coach for Emerson College's softball team during the 2008-09 campaign.

A native of Wakefield, Mass., Mirasolo graduated with a BA in Communications in 2008.







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