Stefanie Thomson enters her second season as an assistant coach with the Franklin Pierce University women's ice hockey team in 2017-18.
A four-year player at Union College, Thomson (bio) graduated among the top-five all-time in program history in points (26-17-43), goals (26) and power-play goals (8). Her senior season of 2013-14 was her most productive collegiate campaign, as she finished third on the team in scoring by going for 11-7-18 while appearing in all 34 games for the Dutchwomen. Thomson finished her senior season tied for fifth in the nation in power-play goals (7). In all, she played in 119 games over four seasons in Schenectady.
A collegiate classmate of former Ravens assistant Madeline Norton (bio), Thomson also makes her collegiate coaching debut in Rindge.
Originally from Oshawa, Ontario, Thomson is a 2014 graduate of Union and is pursuing her master's degree at Franklin Pierce.