Madeline Hoeppner Named Head Field Hockey and Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Bangor, ME – Husson University is proud to announce Madeline Hoeppner as the new Head Coach for the field hockey and women’s lacrosse programs.

“We are very pleased to have Madeline take the reins of both our field hockey and women’s lacrosse programs. She was a talented athlete in both sports and had a very successful experience coaching field hockey in Connecticut,” said Husson’s Director of Athletics Frank Pergolizzi, “We are confident that she will be a great addition to our staff and lead both programs to a higher level of accomplishment, both academically and athletically.”

Madeline is a 2013 graduate from Sacred Heart University where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing. While at Sacred Heart, Hoeppner played four years of Division I field hockey for the Pioneers.

"I am thrilled to have been appointed the new field hockey and women's lacrosse coach. Husson is an excellent University and both programs have the potential to be front-runner teams in the NAC. I'm looking for the girls to be successful on the field while maintaining their strong academia,” said Hoeppner.

Hoeppner had served as the head field hockey coach at Ridgefield High School in Ridgefield, Connecticut since August 2013 and as a field hockey coach for Element Athletics, a program based out of Western Massachusetts since November 2012. Madeline also coached field hockey for Indoor Action Sports and contributed and played in numerous Lacrosse Showcases on the Indoor Action Sports Travel Team. Hoeppner played four years of lacrosse in high school where she received the Outstanding Offender Award in 2009.

“From what I've heard the girls have a great work ethic and are passionate about the game. I'm ready to challenge them and push them to their full potential without hindering their love of the game," added Hoeppner.