Lindsay Berman is currently in her first year as interim head women's ice hockey coach at UMass Boston.
A former assistant coach for the Beacons, Berman spent the 2014-15 campaign at Division I Brown University, where she served as the top assistant. Berman replaces former head coach Colleen Harris, who stepped down from the program earlier this summer.
A standout player at Northeastern University, Berman played an integral part in the Beacons success from 2011-14. During that span, the UMass Boston appeared in three ECAC East Tournament quarterfinal games, and one semi-final game in 2014. It was also during the 2013-14 campaign, that UMass hoisted the program’s first Codfish Bowl Tournament championship.
While at Brown, Berman helped guide Bears to a Mayor’s Cup victory over crosstown rival Providence College, and a to a 3-2 record against Hockey East opponents. During her first stint with the Beacons, Berman was responsible for implementing practice plans, as well as breaking down video, coordinating recruiting visits, and planning team travel.
As a player, Berman played in 135 career games from 2006-10 at Northeastern. She was a team captain, and earned a spot on the 2009 Hockey East All-Start Team that played the US national team. Berman gained one of seven spots on Northeastern’s All-Decade (2002-12) team, and also garnered an invitation to the USA Under-22 National Development Camp in 2008.
A 2011 graduate of Northeastern, Berman went on to play for the Boston Blades in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League from 2010-14 after her career as a Husky. Berman captained the team during the 2013-14 season, and won the league’s title, the Clarkson Cup, in 2012-13.