Where the Passion Begins
The coaches are the heart of our organization. We have a great mix of passionate and experienced coaches on board to give your daughter a well rounded hockey education.
Girls' Program Director
19u AAA Head Coach
Alex has a long and diverse background in all levels of hockey. He started coaching youth hockey 25 years ago here in San Diego. Over the course of the past 25 years, he has also refereed at the highest levels of hockey, including USA Hockey National Championships, over a decade of Professional Hockey, and 3 trips to the IIHF World Championships. In 2019, he was named head coach of Jr. Women's Team USA at the Inline Hockey World Championships, winning the silver medal, and will be coaching the team again in November 2022 in Argentina.
He founded the girls ice hockey program in San Diego and has led our 19u girls teams to the USA Hockey National Championship tournament the past 2 seasons.
19u AA Head Coach
Megan has been in the Southern California girls hockey community for 10 years. Starting with the LA Kings Hockey Development team, she worked full-time creating and sustaining multiple youth and adult hockey programs. She specialized in programs to help boost girls hockey in SoCal. In 2015, she co-founded the LA Lions program and was a coach until 2018. She coached and mentored the Lions' first ever graduating class which consists of NCAA D1, D3, and ACHA players. Megan is a native of Harrisburg, PA and played hockey at Boston College from 2006-2009 (and was teammates with Coach Blake!).
14u AA Head Coach
Keely is a proud San Diego native and is a recent graduate of Harvard University, where she was a member of the Division 1 Women's Ice Hockey team, and was named to the ECAC All-Academic team every season she played in. As a dual citizen of the US and Switzerland, she also earned a spot on the Swiss Women's Olympic team at the 2022 Beijing Olympics, where they placed in the top 4 countries in the world. She is a product of an incredible coaching pedigree, as she and her brother Tyler (NHL draft pick) were coached by their father Randy (NCAA D1 player and coach) growing up. Keely currently works for the AHL SD Gulls and runs the Randy Moy Hockey Foundation in memory of her father, alongside the leadership of her mom Susanna and her brother Tyler.
Erin is originally from Huntington Beach, CA, and began her hockey career in the LA/Orange County area, where she played both youth and girls hockey growing up. She attended and played hockey at Westminster School in Connecticut and graduated from Harvard University in MA, where she was recruited to play hockey, and transitioned to crew after suffering a severe concussion. She is now in a Ph.D. program at SDSU/UCSD studying Clinical Psychology with a focus on neuropsychology. Erin is devoted to helping players develop and reach their goals, both academically and athletically.
16u AA Head Coach
Amanda was born in Alberta, Canada and grew up in Minnesota. She transitioned from figure skating to hockey at the age of 12, and quickly picked the game up. She played varsity high school hockey in MN with the Wyzata Girls team, and was captain her seinor year. Outside of the school season, she played AAA club hockey as well as rugby. Most recently, her fitness focus has been on CrossFit, golf, voleyball and surfing, and is excited to add hockey back into the mix. Her focus is to develop well-rounded and long-term athletes within the San Diego Angels program.
19u AAA Asst Coach
Trevor is originally from British Columbia, Canada where he developed a deep passion for hockey. He has been active in coaching at all levels of youth hockey since 2008. He is proud to be a part of growing girls hockey in San Diego and is committed to helping build a program that prepares the athlete for each new level. He has been involved with the San Diego Saints program at all ages and levels, and has been instrumental in developing curriculum and standards that the Angels have been utilizing in developing female players of all ages.
Lead Skills Instructor
19u AAA Coach
Blake is arguably one of the top women's hockey players in the world, and we at the SD Angels are very appreciative of her commitment to helping our girls be the best they can be. She is a native of Cleveland, OH, and attended Boston College, where she was played women's hockey for 4 years. She then played in both North American Women's professional hockey leagues, winning a championship in each league, and was named to each league's all star team. She was a member of the Buffalo Beauts, and was named the league's best Defender in her last professional hockey season. She is now a professional scout with the NHL's Los Angeles Kings as well as a hockey reporter for ESPN.