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| 5 ft 3 in (1.6 m)|
131 lb (60 kg)
|Hockey East Team||New Hampshire|
|Born|| September 19 1971,|
East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA
|Pro Career||1990 – 1998|
|Olympic medal record|
|Women's Ice hockey|
|Gold||1998 Nagano||Ice hockey|
Coyne was an All-American in both lacrosse and hockey for the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. She anchored the American defense on four U.S. Women’s National Teams as well as two U.S. Women’s Select Teams. Statistically, she earned a plus-7 rating at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games. In 1994, Coyne was featured on a hockey card (1994 Classic Women of Hockey #W26 )
In 2008, Coyne was elected to the USA Hockey executive committee as an athlete representative. For a brief time, she served on the board of directors for Celebrities For Charities. For the 2010-11 CWHL season, she was named to the league Board of Directors.
In October 2007, she was announced as a contributor to USCHO.com and their online Game of the Week broadcasts. Coyne is employed in the field of social media. She has been employed by companies such as Groove Networks, Microsoft, and HubSpot in 2006.
- ↑ Colleen Coyne Olympic medals and stats
- ↑ http://www.checkoutmycards.com/Cards/Hockey/1994/Classic_Women_of_Hockey/W26/Colleen_Coyne/197660
- ↑ http://www.usahockeymagazine.com/article/2008-08/george-nagobads-mike-ilitchs-pizza-colleen-coyne-1998-us-women%E2%80%99s-olympic-team
- ↑ http://cwhl.ca/index.php?pg=cwhl&id=67
- ↑ http://www.uscho.com/2007/10/17/uscho-announces-200708-womens-game-of-the-week-broadcast-schedule/#ixzz1xbaywz00
- ↑ http://www.hubspot.com/services/colleen-coyne