Martalock Named St. Norbert Women's Hockey Assistant Coach
From Sports Information Director, July 28, 2014 | Women's Hockey
by Dan Lukes, firstname.lastname@example.org, (920) 403-4077
DE PERE - Kelsea Martalock has been named assistant women's ice hockey coach at St. Norbert College.
Martalock arrives at St. Norbert from UW-Stevens Point, where she spent three seasons as an assistant coach primarily coordinating the Pointers' strength and conditioning. Martalock, a Tomah, Wis., native, also included on-ice instruction and scouting among her duties.
Martalock played four years of college ice hockey, playing for two years at Bethel University before finishing her career with two seasons at UW-Stevens Point. Playing both forward and defense, she scored seven goals and nine assists for 16 points in 93 games.
"Kelsea's coaching experience and training elite student-athletes will be a great addition to our program," St. Norbert coach Rob Morgan said. "We are really excited for Kelsea to be joining our staff. Our student-athletes are going to benefit from her passion, work ethic, knowledge and leadership."
Martalock's experience also includes an internship at the University of Wisconsin during the summer of 2012. She helped organize, plan and conduct off-ice training for the Badgers. A certified strength and conditioning specialist, Martalock is currently researching for publication a manuscript on training, anaerobic power and performance enhancement specific to women's ice hockey.