JWHL - U19

The Shamrock U19 Hockey Team

The Boston Shamrocks Elite U19 Women’s Hockey Team is a full season team formed to develop young women hockey players to the level and ability required to play collegiate hockey. 

The Boston Shamrocks Elite U19 Women’s Hockey Team is a USA Hockey registered U19/Canadian Intermediate AA team and play in the Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) on college campuses against some of the best teams in North America.  

The Shamrocks will also play in some of the top tournaments in the United States and Canada guaranteeing outstanding competition and maximum exposure to college and National team coaches.  Past tournaments have included Chowder Cup, NAHA Labor Day, Stoney Creek, Polar Bears, and the JWHL Challenge Cup.  

The Boston Shamrocks work hard in developing and promoting their student athletes. Nearly 100% of all Boston Shamrocks players go on to continue their growth and success at the collegiate level.

Boston Shamrocks student athletes have enrolled and played hockey at over 50  institutes of higher learning.

U19 Team Photo

Event Calendar

Coach Profiles

Jackie Perez

Jackie Perez | Coach | U-19 JWHL

Originally from California, Jackie started playing roller hockey at the age of 5 and quickly transition to ice hockey playing for the Pasadena Maple Leafs. A few seasons later she made the decision to play for an all girls team, the Cal Selects. 

Jackie played NCAA Division III hockey for Norwich University where she played 110 total career games. Jackie also helped them win a National Championship in 2011. There she earned a degree is Business Management with a concentration in Sports Management. Later, Jackie would get her Masters in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School.  

After graduating in 2013, she became the Assistant Coach for New England College from 2015-2017. Jackie played professionally for the Boston Blades of the CWHL for the 2016-2017 season. From there, she became  the Director of Hockey Operations and Director of Women’s Scouting in New England for Neutral Zone. Neutral Zone is a North American Amateur Scouting website, focused on giving exposure to players at the youth level and providing an unbiased opinion. Jackie also spent the past 2 seasons as a Volunteer Skills Coach for Becker College.  

She is excited to get back into coaching full time with the Boston Shamrocks.  

Email Jackie Perez

Andréa St. Onge |  Coach | U-19 JWHL
 
Andrea started playing roller hockey when she was 7 years old at the local outdoor rink, where she was the only girl playing with the boys. At the age of 11, Andréa wanted to go the next step and tried out for an all-girl ice hockey teamed called the Cal Selects in Huntington Beach, CA. Instantly, she fell in love with the sport. Cal Selects later transformed into the club team, LA Selects, where Andréa played for the next two season. Her sophomore year of high school, she decided to make the switch to the only other all-girl hockey program, the Anaheim Lady Ducks. Andréa’s goal was to make it to the next step, which was playing Collegiate NCAA ice hockey. The Lady Ducks did a great job at taking the team to a variety of tournaments and showcases to get the girls exposed to the college scouts.
 
Andréa played NCAA Division III women’s ice hockey for New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. During her senior year, she was voted team captain by her teammates and coaches. That season she helped lead her team to the NEHC Quarterfinals, where they lost 1-0 to Norwich University. Andréa received her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology after her four years at NEC in 2016.
 
After graduation, Andréa went on to become the Assistant Women’s Ice Hockey Coach for the start-up program at Post University in Waterbury, Connecticut. While at Post, she also worked as a hockey private lessons instructor for IPH (I Play Harder). She worked with players from every age and a variety of skill levels, trying to help develop their hockey skills and get them to the next level. After two years of working at both Post University and IPH, Andréa was very excited to bring her knowledge and coaching skills to the Boston Shamrocks.
 

Michael Marcinkowski

Stanley (Michael) Marcinkowski | Assistant Coach

Mike is a native of Chicago IL has has an extensive hockey background with over 35+ years of hockey experience as a player ranging from youth/junior and collegiate levels. Mike passionately still contributes to the game of hockey coaching youth hockey (girls and boys) at assorted levels (U8-U19) for over 10+ years.

Mike has 3 children that play select hockey including his son William for the predators and two girls Olivia and Isabella. Mike loves working with the younger age groups as its very rewarding to see at the end of every season the development and progress each player makes. Mike’s focus is on individual player development, team play, and winning with the players to drive success. Mike is committed to the Shamrocks organization and looks forward to growing each year with the organization.

Roster

Player #
Player Name
Position
Grad Year
Photo
#2
Anna O’Neill
F/D
2020
Anna O'Neill Headshot
#3
Nicole Flak
F/D
2020
#5
Hailey Modlin
F
2020
#6
Helen Gillespy
D
2020
Helen Gilispey Headshot
#7
Katie Flynn
F
2020
Katie Flynn Headshot
#9
Brooklyn Kallander
F
2020
Brooklyn Kallander Headshot
#10
Raquel Ade
F
2021
Raquel Ade Headshot
#12
Ariel Garbin
D
2019
Ariel Garbin Headshot
#14
Sydney Vautour
F
2020
Sydney Vautour
#16
Kaiya Rodriguez
F
2020
Kaiya Rodriguez
#17
Jocelin Hudanish
F
2020
Jocelin Hudanish Headshot
#18
Seraphina Brown
D
2019
#19
Karli Lafferty
F
2019
Karli Lafferty Headshot
#20
Savannah Willard
D
2020
Savannah WIllard Headshot
#21
Cordillia Campbell
F
2021
#23
Natalia Etter
F
2020
Natalia Etter
#29
Madeline Esposito
G
2020
Madeline Esposito
#33
Bryn White
G
2020
Bryn White