Former Quinnipiac women’s basketball star Jen Fay has been named as an assistant coach by Bobcats’ head coach Tricia Fabbri.
Fay helped Quinnipiac to four NCAA tournament appearances and spent the 2019-20 season as a graduate assistant.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jen to the staff as a full-time assistant,” Fabbri said in a release. “She was an important part of our recent success and we are excited to have her passion, energy, expertise and input return to the court and sideline.”
Individually, Fay was a three-time All-MAAC selection as well as a two-time MAAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Fay was also a four-time MAAC All-Academic team pick.
She ranks 16th in program history and 10th in Division I program history with 1,277 points and is eighth in program history with 146 three-point field goals. She has also played in 133 games in her career, just two behind Aryn McClure and Adily Martucci for the most in program history.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to return home to Quinnipiac in a new role and continue to build on the winning culture Coach Fabbri has established over the years,” Fay said.
FRIESEN HIRED BY PIONEERS
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Former Harvard standout Nikki Friesen has been hired as an assistant coach with the Sacred Heart women’s hockey program.
Friesen had four goals and eight assists in 20 games at Lindenwood during the 2018-19 and before that she was a four-year member of the Harvard program and a member of the 2015 Frozen Four squad.
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