10U T3 (House) Team
12U T3 (House) Team
14U T3 (House) Team
Washtenaw United High School Team
4 v 4 Tournament
Skill Development Camps
Peter Ward is one of our Development Coaches for our Girl's program and coaches. Peter is the owner of Hockey Intelligence and "The Hockey Garage".
Check out the website: www.hockey-intelligence.com
Kaylyn is a former NCAA D3 player and Captain of the Adrian College Bulldogs. A 4 time SLATS Cup winner and former Assistant Coach at Adrian College. Kaylyn played T1 Youth hockey in Michigan and after college went on to play professional hockey in the NWHL.
Kaylyn coaches all ages of girl's hockey. Join Kaylyn during our skills clinics for Girls only!
Hannah McGowan is a former NCAA D3 player, Assistant Captain and Coach of the Adrian College Bulldogs. After Coaching @ Adrian College Hannah moved on to an assistant coach position at RIT NCAA D1 Women's Hockey. Hannah is from Michigan and played T1 Girls hockey. After playing college hockey, Hannah played in the NWHL during its inaugural season.
Jenna is the current Head Coach for our 12/14 Girl's team.
Jenna played youth hockey with Ann Arbor and Compu Ware. Jenna was an assistant coach with the Cougars and moved on to Head Coach the Plymouth-Canton-Salem Girl's High School Team.
Stephanie is a volunteer Goalie Coach for our Girl's program. Stephanie works with each girl's team throughout the season.
Each goalie within AAAHA gets the opportunity to work with Jeff Lerg and Future Pro goalie school 6 times throughout the season. Jeff is a professional goal tender most popular and recently with the Toledo Walleye. AAAHA Goalie clinics are held on Saturday and Sunday.
It is the mission of the AAAHA Board of Directors to grow the game of girls youth hockey! A grass roots effort is under way to develop players in the girls program that will have a passion to play hockey not only as young girls, but well into adulthood too. In order to accomplish this mission, it is important that the girls in our association have the programs available from the early fundamental skating years, into high school and beyond. You will see many new and exciting changes, such as the addition of our Girls Learn to Play program. It is our hope and desire to see your daughter play at every level of girls hockey within the association.