Prince Joins Bryant Field Hockey Coaching Staff
May 6, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Four-year University of Massachusetts field hockey standout Hannah Prince was named an assistant coach at Bryant University by Bulldogs head coach Shaunessy Sauicer on Monday afternoon. Prince will assist in all aspects of the program and will begin her duties at Bryant immediately.
"I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to join the Bryant field hockey coaching staff," Prince said. "I want to thank athletic director Bill Smith and head coach Shaunessy Saucier for this amazing opportunity and for welcoming me into the Bulldog family. I am excited to become a part of this coaching staff and to be given the chance to work with a team of dedicated and hard-working student-athletes."
Prince started all 87 games she appeared in during her tenure with the Minutewomen from 2010-13. She recorded 37 career points on 10 goals and 17 assists to go with eight defensive saves. A native of Gorham, Maine, Prince was selected to the NFHCA All-Region First Team and Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team as a senior after she led Massachusetts to A-10 regular season and tournament titles as well as an appearance in the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.
"I'm very pleased to welcome Hannah Prince to our coaching staff," said Saucier. "She comes in highly recommended with a love for the game, a passion for coaching, and a great work ethic. Hannah will add a wealth of knowledge to our team through her playing experience at UMass, as well as on the USA U-21 National Team."
Bryant went 11-7 overall and 4-2 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference games during the 2013 season with an appearance in the MAAC Tournament.