2016-17 Tryouts Have Concluded
The Boston Jr. Shamrocks teams play in the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL) and the Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL). The Jr. Shamrocks hold open tryouts in late March or early April prior to each season. This year's Tryouts Have Concluded.
Full Season U17 JWHL Team
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Monday, March 21, 2016
Boston Jr. Shamrocks Selected To 2015 Shriners All-Star Hockey Classic Are (Left to right) Brianna Jewett, Lily Mallard, Laura Shea and Lexi Stanisewski
Four student athletes from the Boston Jr. Shamrocks U19 team have been selected by the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association to play in the 2016 Shriners All-Star Hockey Classic. The Jr. Shamrocks named to the Girls North All-Star Team are Brianna Jewett (Woburn), Lily Mallard (Woburn), Laura Shea (Arlington), and Lexi Stanisewski (Central Catholic High School).
The Shriners and the Mass. State Hockey Coaches Association, will host the 6th Annual Shriners High School All-Star Classic, featuring the top senior boys and girls hockey players from throughout Massachusetts. The All-Star Hockey Classic will be played on this Saturday, March 26th at the Loring Arena in Framingham, Mass. The girls game begins at 2:00 p.m., followed by the boys game at 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Boston Shamrocks Seniors Madison Perry (#20) Commits to the University of New England and Kylie Babcock (#19) Commits to Salve Regina University
The Boston Jr. Shamrocks are pleased to announce the verbal commitments of their two senior leaders Kylie Babcock (North Reading, MA) to Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island and Madison Perry (Peterborough, NH) to the University of New England located in Biddeford, Maine. “Coach Corl and I are thrilled with the progress and dedication both Madison and Kylie have put in during their two years with the Shamrocks. We are excited for their futures at the college level,” said Coach Abby Gauthier.
Kylie has been with the Jr. Shamrocks from the very start and is one of the team's strongest forwards this season. Coach Gauthier continued, “We take tremendous pride in that every one of our seniors these past two season have made it to the collegiate level. Kylie will be an excellent addition to Salve Regina. We look forward to watching her play at the next level and hope to finish her senior year off with a championship!”
Madison Perry has been with the Jr. Shamrocks for the past two seasons and has been very solid on defense. She is a very hard worker and a great leader both on and off the ice. “Madison has been someone that we can turn to in any situation and have full confidence in her abilities. Over the past two seasons Madison has greatly improved not only with her playing ability, but her confidence on the ice. We are very excited for her and know that she will do great things at UNE,” added Coach Gauthier.