Meredith Roth
    Meredith Roth

    Hometown:
    Dubuque, Iowa

    Position:
    Assistant Coach

    Experience:
    6th Season

    Alma Mater:
    Providence College - '04


    10/15/2012

    Providence College Women's Hockey Holds Annual Alumni Weekend

    A weekend of events is planned including tradiational alumnae game.

    10/15/2012

    Providence College Women's Hockey Holds Annual Alumni Weekend

    A weekend of events is planned including tradiational alumnae game.

    Meredith Roth returns to the program as an assistant coach for her second season after leaving to pursue her masters in Sports Management at the State University of New York at Cortland. Roth spent the 2012-13 season working closely with the team's defensive core.

    A 2004 graduate of Providence College with a B.A. in social sciences, Roth was a four-year member of the women's ice hockey team, playing defense all four years. As a Friar, Roth was named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team (2004), United States Women's National Hockey Team (2003), U.S. Under-22 National Hockey Team (2003), ECAC Eastern Hockey League All-Tournament Team (2002), and was awarded the 2001 Providence College Women's Hockey Unsung Hero Award. In addition, Roth was co-captain her senior year and an assistant captain during her junior season as well. She helped lead Providence to the 2002 ECAC Championship as well as the 2003 and 2004 Hockey East Titles.

    After graduating from Providence, Roth worked as the head coach for the girls' under-16 ice hockey team at Shattuck-St. Mary's School in Faribault, Minnesota. She coached the team for two seasons (2005 and 2006). From 2006 to 2010 Roth served as the assistant coach for the Providence College women's ice hockey team. She handled recruiting and coached the defensive side of the bench. For the last two years Roth was a volunteer assistant coach for Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. While a volunteer coach for the Cornell Bears, they posted two 30+ win seasons and made NCAA Frozen Four appearances each year.

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