Hudson named new assistant field hockey coach

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: July 18, 2011
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Ashlyn Hudson (Stoughton/Stoughton, Mass.) has been named as the new assistant field hockey coach at Colby College under head coach Tina Cormier.
 
Hudson, a 2011 Providence graduate, already knows Cormier from their time with the Friars. Cormier, who started her job at Colby in March and will coach her first team this fall, was the associate head coach at Providence during Hudson's four years.
 
Hudson, a captain for the 2010 team, finished her career with 24 goals and 16 assists for 64 points. She left the Friars ranked 16th all-time in scoring, 16th in goals scored, and 17th in career assists.
 
Providence had a 41-40 record in Hudson's four years. She had a career-high 25 points on 10 goals and five assists in the 2009 season and finished with eight goals and seven assists for 23 points in 2008.
 
A Big East Academic All-Star after her junior season, Hudson was a member of the U.S. Field Hockey Boston High Performance Training Squad. She earned the Friars' "Mountain Climber" Award as the most improved player on the team after her sophomore season.
 
Hudson was a four-year field hockey player at Stoughton High School and had 36 goals and 45 assists for 117 career points. She also played basketball and softball in high school.
 

 
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