Meet our Staff:
Katey Stone - Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey
Katey Stone, the Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey, is the winningest coach in the history of Division I women’s hockey, as she has amassed 402 victories over the course of her storied career before the 2013-14 campaign. One of the most successful coaches in the history of the women’s collegiate game, Stone has spent all 19 of her seasons as a head coach with the Crimson.
The 2013-14 season marked the first time since 1993-94 that Stone had not been on the bench with Harvard, as she served as the head coach of the United States Olympic Women's Ice Hockey team at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Stone was named the head coach of the 2014 United States Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team on June 8, 2012. As the first-ever female head coach of a USA Hockey team in the Olympics, Stone led the Americans to the silver medal in Sochi, taking part in the gold medal game versus rival Canada.Read More [ ... ]
Lee-J Mirasolo - Assistant Coach
Lee-J Mirasolo was hired as an assistant coach of the Harvard women's hockey program in June of 2015.
The 2015-16 campaign saw the Crimson post a 17-12-3 overall record, including a 12-7-3 mark in ECAC hockey play. Playing one of the nation's toughest schedules, Harvard tallied six wins over ranked opponents. Mirasolo worked primarily with the Crimson defense, which ended the season as the seventh-best in the country. Senior blueliner Michelle Picard anchored the group, helping lead the team to seven shutouts, while sophomore Chelsea Ziadie burst onto the scene as a top-line defenseman. Ziadie earned the Joe Bertagna Award, given annually to the program's most improved player. The Crimson added five victories in 2017, with seniors Sydney Daniels and Briana Mastel bolstering a young roster to earn All-Ivy recognition.Read More [ ... ]
Sydney Daniels - ASSISTANT COACH
Sydney Daniels was added to the women's ice hockey staff in May of 2018. Daniels joined the staff one year removed from graduation after playing with the NWHL’s Boston Pride for the 2017-18 season.
Daniels returned to Cambridge shortly after completing an impressive career in a Crimson jersey. In her four-year tenure, Daniels collected 87 points on 59 goals and 28 assists and finished her career with a plus-48 rating. She ranks 33rd on the all-time points list and 15th on the all-time goals list. She was a three-time All-Ivy honoree, served as team captain during her senior season, was a two-time ECAC All-Academic selection and was a member of the 2015 Frozen Four team.Read More [ ... ]