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Women’s Hockey Life Partners with SciHigh Hockey Development Camps


A recognized leader in women’s hockey joins forces with reputable hockey camp to help student-athletes achieve their collegiate dreams.

OTTAWA, ON. Women’s Hockey Life, the go-to resource for all things women’s hockey and SciHigh Hockey Camps, who provide cutting edge coaching with on and off ice training, have collaborated to help high school aged female hockey players achieve their goal of playing collegiate hockey.

The SciHigh WHL Camp will run from July 26-28, 2022 at the Ristuccia Memorial Arena in Wilmington, MA. It is open to any and all players from 8th grade to post graduates.

Register HERE! Use the discount code “SCIHIGHSAVE10” to receive 10% off.

When asked why Ashley Kilstein Scire created her SciHigh camps and formed this partnership, she responded, “hockey camps are an absolute love of mine, and I wanted to create one that blended every great camp experience into one.

WHL was the first to offer an opportunity to kids from all over the world and actually educate them. Too often, people are looking to just go to college and do not get the mental, physical, and educational tools that are needed to be a top tier player in college. 

WHL knows what it takes to create all of this and it’s the most valuable resource when it comes to women’s hockey, which only makes us better and progresses us further as a women’s hockey community.”

What makes SciHigh Camps different from others in the market?

Ashley Kilstein Scire is what differentiates her camps from all of the other camps out there. It’s about the people – always has been and always will be. Combine that with the input WHL Academy adds with their online course full of experts and a proven system to get players into college and it’s a win-win!

President and Founder of Women’s Hockey Life, Jaclyn Hawkins, is no stranger to Kilstein Scire as they previously joined forces back in 2011, providing a hugely successful week-long camp followed by a showcase appearance at the Beantown Classic. Several of the players who attended that camp went on to play in the NCAA, U SPORTS and professionally.

Joining forces, the future is bright for the development and advancement of women’s hockey and these two are just getting started!

Confirmed college coaches:

  • Lindsay Berman | Northeastern University
  • Liz Keady Norton | Dartmouth College
  • Meghan Gillis | Williams College
  • Andrew McPhee | Endicott College
  • Emily McNamara | Hamilton College
  • Allison Coomey | Penn State


Kilstein Scire played her collegiate hockey at Union College from 2004-2008. She started her NCAA coaching career as an assistant coach at Williams College during the 2010-2011 season. Five seasons followed as Head Coach at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire where she was the 2013 ECAC-East Coach of the Year and finalist for the America Hockey Coaches Association NCAA D3 Coach of the Year.  She spent the next three years building a nationally recognized and competitive program with the NCAA D1 Tigers at Princeton as Head Coach.


Hawkins is no stranger to college hockey herself. She was the USCHO Rookie of the year during her freshman season at UConn, setting records and helping the Huskies go from unranked to nationally ranked (#8 in the country) in her senior season for the first time in the program’s history. Hawkins became an assistant coach at her alma mater for 6 seasons. Her coaching career also included a 2 year stint as the Director of Player Development for the CT Northern Lights, a youth hockey organization in Connecticut. 

Amidst her youth and NCAA D1 coaching career, Hawkins also played professionally with the ZSC Lions in Zurich, Switzerland, as well as the Boston Blades of the CWHL.


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