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Co-Head CoachCoach Jay has played ice hockey since childhood and has been coaching hockey for seven years. He has been on the AHC hockey staff since their inaugural season in 2011-2012. He also coached five seasons at the Chevy Chase Club ranging from instructional hockey (5-8 year olds) to Bantam level (13-14). He is a USA Hockey Level 3 certified coach. In addition to hockey, Coach Jay also coached boys and girls soccer as well as softball in the Washington Archdiocese CYO leagues for 8 seasons. His daughter, Mary Beth, graduated from AHC with the class of 2014 and was also a member of the team for three seasons.
Coach Kennedy has played ice hockey since he was a kid. He has coached ice hockey on and off since 1984, working with both club and high school programs. Coach Kennedy has been on the AHC hockey staff since their inaugural season in 2011-2012 and is a USA Hockey Level 3 certified coach. He has worked in the past at national camps for USA Hockey and also coaches with the Montgomery Cheetahs a local special needs ice hockey program. Coach Kennedy has two daughters who have or are attending AHC still. Emily ’15, played on the ice hockey team during her time at Holy Cross and Alexandra ’17 rides on the equestrian team.
Coach Fay grew up in Weymouth, Mass playing youth and high school hockey. He began coaching in 1998 and has coached at all youth hockey levels including six years in travel programs. In 2003 Coach Fay started the Northwest High School Team and merged it with Seneca Valley High School in 2004 under the provisional team name of Germantown. In 2005 he began assistant coaching at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School and was head coach from 2006-2010. Coach Fay is certified as a Level 4 coach with USA Hockey and has completed midget level modules for both boys and girls. Coach Fay’s daughter Catherine is a freshman at AHC and participates with the team.
Assistant CoachCoach Haywood is just a Hockey Dad. He’s fortunate that his daughter’s have caught the hockey bug, and gets to spend time on the ice with Sophie (Class of 2016) and Betsy (Class of 2018), and future Tartan Amelia (Class of 2022). Coach Haywood joined the AHC Ice Hockey Coaching Staff in 2012, and has focused his coaching skills on the developmental aspects of the game with the beginning players. In addition to his coaching duties at the Academy, he also assists the Younger Girls program through the Montgomery Youth Hockey Association.
The Pigskin Club of Washington, DC has selected Alexandra Bruno '19 as the 2019 Girls All Metropolitan Lacrosse Player of the Year. She will be recognized at the Spring Awards Banquet on Saturday, June 1.
The Pigskin Club of Washington, DC was founded in 1938 to promote positive sportsmanship in football. They have recognized high school players in numerous sports for several years.