Hilary Rose is entering her fourth year as an assistant coach at the University of Massachusetts, after spending one season as an assistant coach at Duke.
Over the past three seasons, the Minutewomen have won the Atlantic 10 championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year. Rose entered the coaching ranks after an outstanding playing career at UMass, where she was the starting goaltender for the Minutewomen for three seasons (1993, 1994, 1996). She led the nation in save percentage all three seasons and received Atlantic 10 Player of the Year honors twice. Rose earned first team All-America honors as a senior. She holds all but one of the school goaltending records, including career save percentage (0.933), single-season shutouts (16) in 1993, single-season goals against average (0.350) in 1993, and single-season save percentage (0.956) in 1994. She graduated from UMass in 1997 with a B.S. in Sport Management.
As a member of the Great Britain National Team, Rose competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, as well as the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. In international competition, Rose has played in over 100 games, including World Cups (1994, 1998, 2002), European Cups (1995, 1999), and the Commonwealth Games (1998, 2002). She captured the silver medal in the 1998 and 2002 Commonwealth Games and was a bronze medalist in the 1999 European Cup. Rose was recently named to the Atlantic 10's 25th Anniversary All-Star team.
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