03/30/2015 2005 Elite - 2014/15 EHF Squirt Minor Champs!
Doherty to Coach U19 Maroon Team
The Jr. Eagles are excited to announce that former Boston College hockey standout Danielle Doherty has agreed to coach the U19 maroon team starting next season.
Danielle comes to the Jr. Eagles with an impressive hockey background having played five years (including a redshirt) for Coach Katie Crowley and Boston College’s #1 nationally ranked Women’s Hockey team. Prior to Boston College she attended Newton North High School for one year and Lawrence Academy for four. Danielle was the Lawrence Academy varsity hockey captain and an all-League selection for 2009-2010 season. She was a member of the USA Hockey U16 Tier 1 National Champions for both 2007 and 2008. A 2014 graduate of B.C., she is scheduled to obtain her Master’s Degree in Education from Boston College in May 2015.
Please feel free to reach out to Danielle directly if you have any questions. She can be reached at
U14 Maroon Girls - 2014/15 Tier 1 MA State & National Champs!
The U14 Eagle Girls, led by coach Mike Mullowney, finished the regular season ranked #1 in the country with a record of 47-4-2. After winning the MA State Tournament, the U14 girls received an invite to play in the USA Hockey Nationals in Green Bay, WI, March 26-30th, where they were able to capture the 2015 Tier 1 National Championship!
The U14 Jr. Eagle Boys, coached by Kent Hughes, punched their ticket to the USA Hockey Nationals March 26-30th in Amherst, NY by winning the MA State Tournament in November. The Eagles finished the year at 48-12-9 and were ranked #6 in the country.
Congratulations to the 2003 Jr. Eagles Boys for finishing in first place in the regular season and winning the EHF Peewee Minor Championship. The team coached by John Joyce finished 44-8-12 and ranked #6 in the country.
Congratulations to the 2005 Jr. Eagle Boys team for winning the EHF Squirt Minor Championship. The Eagles coached by Dennis Burke went 5-0 in the playoffs knocking off the Minuteman Flames in the semi-finals and the Providence Capitals 4-0 in the Championship game. The Eagles finished the year at 40-13-5 ranked #7 in the Country.