The New Jersey Titans Hockey Program is pleased to announce that Angel Crowley has been named the Titans Academy Girls’ U19 Head Coach and General Manager.
"I am beyond excited to join the Titans Academy and be the U19 Head Coach” stated Crowley. “The Titans Academy offers an opportunity for female hockey players to achieve their highest academic and athletic potential while preparing them for college and beyond.
The Academy is the perfect blend of high-quality hockey and academics and I am looking forward to joining the team and building a competitive and successful program for girls to achieve their goals. I am committed to providing each and every student athlete the highest quality experience possible while helping them reach their full potential. While I will miss my time coaching in Minnesota, I am excited to see what the East Coast has to offer and to grow with the Titans Academy” concluded Crowley.
A lifelong resident of Minnesota, Crowley current resides in Minneapolis. She played NCAA ice hockey at the College of Saint Benedict which is a Division III school in the MIAC. She is currently the Assistant Varsity coach for Stillwater Girls High School hockey team. She also is the coach for the Minnesota Ice Cougars and a goalie coach with MEGA Total Development for all ages.
"Angel's enthusiasm, preparation and passion for girls’ hockey is what caught my attention during the interview process, and we are excited to have her lead the Titans Academy Girls program” stated Craig Barnett, Director of Titans Acdemy. “She is someone the girls can look up to and relate to, so I feel this is a home run for our program” concluded Barnett.
“We are excited about Angel becoming our first girls’ academy coach” said Titans Director of Players George Haviland. “Her vision and her development plan are aligned with the Titans mission of giving players the opportunity to grow and advance to the next level is a great fit for us and our players” stated Haviland.