Head Coach and Camp Director - Colgate University
Greg Fargo

Greg Fargo’s championship credentials are paying dividends for Colgate Women’s Ice Hockey.

The Raiders are continuing their quest to excellence as the 2016-2017 has proven to be their best season yet in program history and Fargo's five-year head coaching tenure. The team has been nationally ranked for the majority of the season and are expected to make a strong run in conference and national competition.

During the 2015-2016 season, Colgate posted a 22-9-7 overall record for a .671 winning percentage. Both the victory total and percentage were program records, and the Raiders also made history by finishing fourth in the ECAC Hockey standings and hosting a league tournament quarterfinal series for the first time. The Raiders captured that series in dramatic fashion, defeating Harvard 2-games-to-1 thanks to an overtime goal in the decisive third game. That overtime tally came in the final collegiate contest played inside historic Starr Rink and further etched the storybook finish into Colgate lore. The victory also was Fargo’s 50th behind the Colgate bench and boosted the Raiders into the ECAC Hockey tournament semifinals for just the second time in program history. Colgate finished 12-5-5 in ECAC Hockey and returns all 10 of its double-digit scorers for the 2016-17 season, including nine underclass student-athletes. Fargo believes 2015-16 was just the first step the program’s path to championship competition.

In addition to Fargo’s success with the Colgate program, he also earned kudos as an assistant coach for Canada’s Under-18 National Team. The Canadians earned a silver medal in January at the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, and Fargo continues to be an important part of the women’s amateur hockey program in his native country.

Assistant Coach - Colgate University
Sophie Leclerc

Sophie Leclerc joined the Colgate Women's Ice Hockey coaching staff in July 2015 and has been an integral piece of the team's success. Leclerc comes to Colgate after two seasons as an assistant coach at Norwich University in Vermont. She helped guide the Cadets to back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances including a Division III National Runner-Up title in 2014. Leclerc was a four-year star for the Cadets that helped build the Norwich women's hockey program from the ground up. Leclerc finished as the all-time program assists leader and ranked second in nearly every other offensive category, including career points. Leclerc graduated from Norwich in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education. She also obtained her Master's degree in organizational leadership in 2012.

Assistant Coach - Colgate University
Stefan Decosse

Stefan Decosse is in his first year as a full-time assistant coach with the Colgate Women's Hockey program after serving one season as a volunteer assistant coach. Prior to arriving at Colgate, Stefan has coached at the youth levels, taught at numerous hockey camps, and also served as the coordinator for the Utica Comets Youth Hockey School. Decosse contributes to the daily planning and implementation of all on-ice practice sessions, player development, as well as game strategies and preparation. He also helps oversee the hockey program's analytical and video efforts. A native of North Vancouver, B.C., Decosse earned his Bachelor’s Degree in international relations and geography from SUNY Geneseo in 2012 and his Master’s Degree from York University in 2015.

Director for Sports Performance - Colgate University
Steve Chouinard

Steve Chouinard was promoted to Assistant Director for Medical Services in July, 2008 after serving as the head athletic trainer of the Colgate Sports Medicine program in 2005. He also served as assistant and associate athletic trainer for nine years. He supervises a staff of six professionals and 17 students, and coordinates the day-to-day operation of the sports medicine program. He is the Director of Sports Performance for Men's and Women's Ice Hockey. Chouinard received his bachelor's degree in physical education and athletic training from the University of New Hampshire in 1992.

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BROWN - Katelyn Parker 
RIT - Matt Woodard
NORTHEASTERN - Nick Carpeninto
ELMIRA - Jordin Pardoski
NORWICH - Mollie Fitzpatrick
MORRISVILLE - Melissa Lomanto

Current Colgate women's hockey players will be on hand as camp counselors for the various Colgate Camps.