Julia Carlton Joins Brown Women's Hockey Staff
Nov. 15, 2007
Providence, RI - Brown Head Coach Digit Murphy announced the addition of Julia Carlton to the women's ice hockey coaching staff on Wednesday. A 2005 graduate of McGill University, Carlton played four seasons for the Martlets before joining the Quebec Avalanche of Canada's National Women's Hockey League, serving as an alternate captain in her rookie season.
While playing with the Avalanche, Carlton helped start a girls' summer hockey program with team president Vinnie Matteo and former Brown defenseman Ashlee Drover. She served as head coach of the Bantam team and assistant coach of the Pee Wee team in 2006, then was head coach of the Avalanche Midget team in 2007. During the school year between those summers, she coached the girls' team at a sport study program, also assisting with boys' teams from grades 7 to 11.
Carlton, a former defenseman, was named McGill's Most Outstanding Defensive Player as a senior. She graduated from McGill with a degree in Psychology, with a double-minor in Educational Psychology and Sociology.