New Director of Hockey Operations: Mandy Montgomery
WCS Girls Hockey is thrilled to welcome their newest member to the club, Mandy
Montgomery. Montgomery will serve as the Windy City Storm Girl’s Director of Hockey
Operations and be a Co-Head Coach of our U16 girls’ team. The Grand Ledge, Michigan, native
played her Division I collegiate hockey career in between the pipes at Sacred Heart University,
located in Fairfield, Connecticut, while also completing her bachelor’s degree studying English
and graduating in 2014.
Post college graduation, Montgomery seeked coaching interests as her next role in life,
aiming to give back to the game and help the next generation reach their full potential.
Montgomery had the privilege to coach at notable hockey programs such as Elmira College,
SUNY Canton, Colgate University, as well as her alma mater, Sacred Heart University. Outside
of collegiate hockey, Montgomery gained valuable experience as a coach at several USA
Hockey development camps and holds a CEP Level 4 coaching certification.
As Montgomery strives to make her mark with the WCS program, her notable coaching
credibility as well as her experience playing at the highest level will make a positive impact in
the lives of our WCS players. “I am incredibly grateful for Jess, Mark, and the entire Storm
organization for the opportunity to lead the girls program. I am excited with the new direction
of WCS and look forward to developing our female players to be successful at the next level.”
Montgomery’s commitment and dedication to the WCS program will be a key factor in
making our girl’s program one of the best in the country. “On behalf of the entire Windy City
Storm program, we are thrilled to have Mandy as our new girl’s Director of Hockey Operations.
Her knowledge of the game and coaching experience will take our players to the next level. We
are lucky to have Mandy here in Chicago and be a huge part of the Storm family and its future
success this season.” – Mark Jalcovik WCS President.
Please welcome Mandy Montgomery to the Windy City Storm.