From the Desk of Head Coach Andrew McPhee
Thank you for your interest in Endicott College and our women's ice hockey program. Our coaching staff is looking forward to learning more about you as a student-athlete and as an individual. Endicott, as a whole, firmly believes that dedicated people and strong culture will elevate us towards our goals in the upcoming years. We actively recruit student-athletes who commit themselves to getting better every day, both on the ice and in the classroom. The women's ice hockey coaching staff pursues program excellence by guiding our student-athletes through a collegiate experience that focuses on high standards of hard work, discipline, and desire to be great.
To begin your recruiting process with Endicott, please fill out the recruiting questionnaire above. If you have film or a recruiting website, please attach a link directly to the form. If you are playing in any upcoming tournaments or camps, please also forward along your schedule.
As you continue your research, please explore the College website to familiarize yourself with our institution, academic offerings, internship program, and study abroad opportunities as well as important information about student life including student support services, residence life, dining, and other activities on campus.
If you would like to schedule a visit to Endicott, you can book a day visit, virtual tour, group information session, a Saturday session, or confirm your attendance at Accepted Students Day either through the Office of Admission's online system or call them directly at (978) 232-2021. If there is anything we can do to assist you through the college search process please feel free to reach out to any member of our coaching staff.
- Transitioned to NCAA Division III status in 2015-16 (club from 2010-15)
- Earned national ranking (No. 10) by USCHO in only their second season
- Nationally ranked as high as No. 7 overall in program history
- Two-time Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC) champions (2018-19, 2019-20)
- Has made it to the conference championship in all of their NCAA Division III seasons
- Made first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2018-19.
- Major awards include one Player of the Year, two Goaltender of the Year, two Rookie of the Year, and three Coach of the Year awards
- Two All-Americans, three All-Region honorees
- 24 student-athletes named to Academic All-Conference team