Moore Chosen For USA Hockey Holiday Camp
Dec. 15, 2006
Brown junior Hayley Moore (Wakefield, MA) will be one of 42 of the nation's top women's hockey players competing at USA Hockey's annual holiday camp from Dec. 26 to Jan. 2. The Bears' captain will compete and train with a roster of players that includes eight former Olympians and 19 of the 22 players who competed for the United States in at the Four Nations Cup in November.
The coaching staff of the 2007 International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championship team -- head coach Mark Johnson of Wisconsin, assistant coaches Hilary Witt of Yale and Erin Whitten Hamlen of New Hampshire, and strength & conditioning coach Teena Murray of Louisville -- will run the camp. Players will be split into two teams for daily practices, strength training, and scrimmages over the eight days.
Moore leads the Bears this season with eight goals and 12 points, while her four assists is second on the team. Her four assists and five points on the power play are also team highs. For her career, Moore has 44 goals and 37 assists for 81 points in 79 games, good for 26th all-time at Brown. In 2005-06, Moore led the Bears in goals (25), assists (18), and points (43). She has never missed a game in her time at Brown.