Theresa Feaster '14 & '16G, on the Providence College Podcast
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
This week a trailblazer in college hockey joins us. In the fall, Theresa Feaster ’14 & ‘16G, coordinator of Providence College Men's Ice Hockey operations, became one of the first two women to serve as full-time members of an NCAA Division I men’s hockey coaching staff. In this episode, Feaster details how her father, National Hockey League executive Jay Feaster, introduced her to the sport at the age of 3 when he worked in various NHL front offices. Growing up around the game provided Theresa Feaster with the foundation to be a valuable contributor to an experienced coaching staff at a young age. We also discuss her current role, which includes video breakdown, scouting, and advanced statistical analysis.
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