UMD Assistant Coach Ashleigh Brykaliuk Leaving Women’s Hockey Team to Pursue Teaching

This past season, she became just the fourth UMD player to both play and coach in an NCAA quarterfinal game.

DULUTH, Minn. – Ashleigh Brykaliuk will be stepping down as the assistant coach on the UMD women’s hockey team.

The former Bulldog captain joined the coaching staff in the spring of 2018 after playing professionally in China. This past season, she became just the fourth UMD player to both play and coach in an NCAA quarterfinal game.

Brykaliuk will pursue a career in teaching. A search for her replacement will begin immediately. For more information, click here.

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