KRS is working to create a successful long-term development plan for women’s ice hockey in
China as the nation prepares to host the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Part of this plan
includes the fielding of several Junior and Pro level teams under the direction of KRS Chairman
Mintwell Wang, Chief Coach Digit Murphy, and her staff.
If you have interest, or know someone who may, and are a Chinese North American and/or player with ties to China that is currently playing, or is within two years removed from playing competitive hockey, please attend our Exposure Camp! For more information or to register please email Associate Head Coach Rob Morgan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Digit Murphy is one of the most successful players and coaches in women’s hockey. She is unsurpassed in her experience in the sport at all levels including most recently the most successful female coach in the only professional hockey league in the world renown expert on Title IX. She coached at Brown University from 1987-2011 and is in the Cornell Hall of Fame.
Earned multiple coach of the year honors while spending five seasons as the head coach at St. Norbert’s College, joined the Yale women’s ice hockey staff as associate head coach in the summer of 2015. Earlier in his career Morgan served in a similar position for six seasons at Dartmouth, helping the Big Green make five NCAA Tournament appearances.In his first season with the Bulldogs (2015-16), Morgan helped the team to a five-game winning streak, and three individuals earned All-Ivy League recognition.