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**Listed alphbetically
Forwards Grace Miller
   Andrea Welliver
  Reegan West
Defense Lily Kollodge
  Julia Lyrintzis
Alternate Isabelle Orleans
Goalies Elsa Mortensen
Forwards Mikayla Boarder
  Julia Jung
  Mia Kenmore
  Sophia Paris
  Zoe Prichard
  Kayla Kutes
  Ava Szejkovsky
Goalie Kieley Curow
Forwards Trinity Antonio
  Theresa Dubicki
  Lauren Mongrain
Alternate Thea Canos
  Elizaveta Davies
Defense Abigail Grady
Forwards Fiona Boskovic
  Julia Farkasch
  Halle Hansen
Defense Bailey Kehl
At Large Aurora Spenser

The 2019 PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp

Camp Dates: January 12 - 13, 2019

Registration Period:  December 15, 2018 - January 8, 2019 (midnight)

Eligible Birth Years:

  • Select 14 - Birth Year 2005
  • Select 15 - Birth Year 2004
  • Select 16 - Birth Year 2003
  • Select 17 - Birth Year 2002


Host Hotel:
Embassy Suites Seattle North Lynnwood
20610 44th Ave West
Lynnwood, WA  98036
Phone/Reservations: 425-775-2500
The block is "2019 PNAHA WA State Female Development Camp"  Please make your room reservation no later than December 28, 2018.  After this date, the Embassy can not guarantee availability or honor the discounted $113.00 King Suite rate.


The PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp is considered to be an ‘Open Camp’ by USA Hockey, which means you won't receive a personal invite and you are responsible for making your own arrangements for travel and accommodations.  Only registered WA State females should apply.

Host Arena:
Olympic View Ice Arena
22202 70th Avenue West
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043


  • Registration opens December 15, 2018 and closes January 5, 2019; payment is due at time of registration online.

  • Registration and payment are made on the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp website at the bottom of this page.

    Read and follow the instructions to Register:

  • When you are ready to register, click on the Rocky Mountain logo and follow the instructions.

  • Please note that the player statistics requested during registration do not have to be comprehensive.  They can be updated later in the season for players who successfully progress to the Multi-District Tryout and Evaluation Camp.

  • Attendance to the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp is required for evaluation and selection to attend the Pacific Districts Tryout/Development Camp (now called, the Multi-District Tryout and Evaluation Camp).  No exceptions to this will be allowed.

Once you register and prior to the camp you will receive an email with more detailed information.



October 1, 2018

Dear PNAHA Female Hockey Player,

Please save the dates of January 12 &13, 2019 for the 2019 PNAHA USA Hockey Washington State Development Camp.

The goal of the Girls’ Development camp is to select players to advance to the Multi-District Development Camp in 2019.

The camp will be held at Olympic View Ice Arena (22202 70th Avenue West), Mountlake Terrace January 12th and 13th, 2019.

All Washington female players who were born in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 are eligible to attend the PNAHA camp.

Final schedule and hotel details will be posted on the PNAHA website as soon as they become available. 

Please Note: 

Attendance at the PNAHA Camp is a prerequisite for attending the Multi-District Development Camp. Players who did not attend the PNAHA USA Hockey Washington State Development Camp will not be considered for the Multi-District Camp.

We look forward to seeing you in January. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Dru Hammond
PNAHA President


Players who are selected will be contacted by Kathleen McGarrigle , Pacific District Girls'/Women Representative, with more information about the USA hockey Multi-District Camp. Click here for the Pacific District Website.

Click here for more information on the USA Hockey Multi-District Camp, June 8 - 12, 2019 in Colorado Springs, CO


Kristen Wright
Manager, USA Hockey Girls'
Player Development

Kristen Wright joined USA Hockey as its manager of girls' player development in December 2014. Her resumé includes extensive experience in both the field of law and the field of sport.

A Minnesota native, Wright played hockey at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School before embarking on a decorated career at Connecticut College, during which she was a two-time team captain, a NESCAC Academic All-American, a NESCAC All-Sportsmanship player and an AWCHA National Scholar Athlete selection. She graduated magna cum laude in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and international relations.

After her time in Connecticut, Wright moved west to pursue her law degree at the University of Colorado. During her tenure in Boulder, she also guided the University of Colorado women’s ice hockey team, earning recognition as 2014 Collegiate Sport Clubs Coach of the Year, while founding the ACHA’s Western Women’s Collegiate Hockey Association. At the same time, she obtained certification as a USA Hockey Level 4 referee and was invited to participate in USA Hockey’s Women’s Regional Officiating Camp.

Following her graduation with a juris doctor degree in 2011, Wright served as senior associate counsel at a Colorado law firm. She also had her first taste of international hockey competition as an assistant coach for the 2013 U.S. Women’s National University Team. Additionally, she served as an evaluator at USA Hockey Player Development Camp tryouts for the Rocky Mountain and Pacific districts.

Shortly after joining USA Hockey in 2014, Wright again stepped behind the bench for the U.S. Women’s National University Team, this time as head coach of the American entry in the 2015 Winter World University Games.

Lyndsey Fry

Olympic Experience

  • 2014 Olympic Winter Games, silver medalist

Career Highlights:

  • 2013 world champion
  • Two-time Four Nations Cup participant, 1st (2012), 3rd (2013)
  • Two-time U18 world championship medalist, gold (2009), silver (2010)

Fun Facts: Is playing to honor the dream she shared with her best friend, Elizabeth Turgeon, a member of the U.S. hockey program who was tragically killed in a car crash in 2010... Hobbies include singing, playing the guitar, songwriting, cooking and juggling.

On Nov. 15, the Arizona Coyotes hired Lyndsey Fry to be special advisor to team President and CEO Ahron Cohen and to serve as a brand ambassador. Fry, who won silver with Team USA at the Sochi Olympics, is now one of the few women working with or in an NHL front office after playing the game at an elite level.

“I realized that I could offer more than just running the girls’ program, which I still continue as part of this new job,” Fry told The Ice Garden last week. One needs only to look at the growth of youth hockey — both boys’ and girls’ — in Arizona to appreciate what Fry has helped make possible over the last few years.

According to an AP article in August, youth hockey participation in Arizona has grown 109 percent over the past five years. For some, the name Auston Matthews immediately comes to mind as the catalyst for that growth. But the Coyotes believe Fry has also played a vital role, especially for girls’ and women’s hockey.

Kelly Stephens

Kelly Stephens played forward at Shorewood High School in Washington state, and then at the University of Minnesota, where she was co-captain in 2004-05, and helping them win back-to-back NCAA Championships. She played for the US Under-22 Select Team from 2000-04, and played for the US at the 2004 and 2005 World Championships, winning a gold medal in 2005, and the 2004 and 2005 Four Nations Cup. She also played for the Vancouver Griffins of the National Women’s Hockey League. She later married, settling in Seattle, and started her own business, Experience Momentum, a health lifestyle company.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please read the FAQ at the bottom of this page.

Contact Information

Dru Hammond

PNAHA President


PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp - REGISTRATION PROCESS
Mountlake Terrace, Washington
Posted Date: October 1, 2018

Welcome to PNAHA's registration process for female players participating in the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp. Note: Females must register on this Girls/Women Page. Do NOT use the link on the Youth Development Camp page to register if you are female. PNAHA is required to utilize the Rocky Mountain Register to register players for the PNAHA Development Camps. Rocky Mountain Register is the registration process of choice of USA Hockey. Once you have registered your player in this system your information will remain in the database, and each year that your player is eligible for the PNAHA Camp and/or Pacific District or USA Hockey National Camps you will only need to enter your Login (your email address) and password to register your player and/or players and edit their information if necessary. So, be sure to keep this information so that you can retrieve it for future use.

The deadline for registration is January 5, 2019. Note that the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp is a prerequisite for attending the Pacific District Tryout/Development Camp (now called, the Multi-District Tryout and Evaluation Camp). However, if we do not receive enough registrations to support the camp, we will revert to the Pacific District Development Camp selection process used in previous years, and your PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp registration fee will be returned. Please note that players who do not register to attend the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp will not be considered for selection to the Pacific District Multi-District Development Camp.

Please have your Visa or Mastercard available prior to beginning this registration process. After you enter your information you will need to pay for the registration. Note that by beginning this process you are demonstrating your player’s commitment to attend the camp. Registration fee for the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp is $135.00. This fee is nonrefundable. There are no exceptions.


Have the following information available before you begin the registration process, as you will be entering your Player’s Profile:

• Player’s current coach’s name, address, and phone number.
• Player's statistics (goals, assists, goalie save percentages).
• Insurance information including provider’s address, phone number, and policy number.
• A current Visa or Master Card.

Many of the forms needed for the camp require similar information. This system can automatically fill out the registration forms based on your responses to the Player Profile questions. When you arrive at the Summary Sheet (Example at the bottom of this page) you will be directed to print the “USA Hockey Consent to Treat/Medical Release” form. Be sure to have the player’s legal guardian sign this form, and bring it to the Development Camp with her. Note that under "Contact Information" there is a button that allows you to update your player’s information. If you have two players attending the camp, click the button under the "Player Information" section; billing information is located at the bottom of this page. Your registration is not final until payment has been made and cleared. On this page, you can locate your account number, and you can print out your receipt

When you have gathered the questionnaire information noted above, and have a valid Visa or Mastercard; please begin the registration process by clicking on the "Rocky Mountain Register" button below. The registration process will be complete once you print out your player’s registration forms. The player must bring these forms to check in for the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp.

Example of Registration Page

This REGISTRATION link is for Females only - click the image below



Frequently Asked Questions

What is the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp?

  • The PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp is held in Mountlake Terrace, WA -- Olympic View Ice Arena and is the precursor to the Multi-District Tryout/Development Camp.  From there, players shall be selected to attend the USA Hockey National Camp.

Who is the State Camp for?

  • The Camp is for ALL Washington State female players, who are US citizens, born in designated birth years, who play ice hockey. Most team schedules have been adjusted to not conflict with the Camp, so we encourage every age-appropriate girl to attend.

When and where is the camp?

  • Host Hotel:
    Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle North Lynnwood, WA
    20610 44th Ave West
    Lynnwood WA 98036
    If you are staying at the Embassy you must reserve your room by December 28, 2018

  • Check In:
    Olympic View Ice Arena
    22202 70th Avenue West
    Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

  • On-Ice Location:
    Olympic View Ice Arena
    22202 70th Avenue West
    Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

    Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle North Lynnwood, WA
    20610 44th Ave West
    Lynnwood, WA 98036

  • When: January 12 and 13, 2019

What else will the State Camp do for me?

  • Players will have the opportunity to improve and test their skills by playing with and against other female players from the state in skill sessions (first day) and scrimmages (second day). Additional ice time, exposure to a broad pool of players and coaches, and the opportunity to compete at a higher level will aid in players’ growth and development.  Whether or not a player is selected to move on to subsequent USA Hockey camps, she will gain from this unique, fun and challenging hockey experience.

How will this help my goal to play collegiate hockey?

  • Additional opportunities to play at the state, district and national level always helps with exposure to collegiate scouts. Moreover, additional ice time benefits your game, allowing you to progress to your next goal, whether that is making a local rep team or working towards a spot on a collegiate roster.

Is there still time to sign up?

  • This camp fills quickly, so please register to reserve your jersey / spot.

How much does it cost? What do I get?

  • The registration fee is $135. Each player receives a State Camp jersey.

Registration Process

  • Registration and payment will be online on this page. Read and follow the instructions above. When you are ready to register, click on the Rocky Mountain logo.
  • Please note that player statistics do not need to be comprehensive. They can be updated later in the season for players who successfully progress to the Pacific District Tryouts.
  • NOTE: Attendance at the PNAHA WA State Camp is a requirement for attending the Pacific District Tryout/Development Camp, now called the Multi-District Tryout and Evaluation Camp. No exceptions.

Why is the Pacific District Tryout/Development Camp in Colorado?

  • On October 24-25, 2014, the Pacific District Board of Directors met in Seattle.  At that meeting a decision to move forward with the new structure of a Multi-District Development and Evaluation Camp.  The Multi-District Camp shall include Pacific, Rocky Mountain, and Northern Plains districts, which is designed to mimic the National Camp format and will further develop, educate, and expose players to collegiate scouts.
  • For more information visit the Pacific District website: Pacific District Girls

If there is no way for a 14U player to go to the National Camp this year, why should I go to the District Camp?

  • NOTE: since 2015 there has been no 14U National Camp
  • Besides the opportunity to “be seen” by a significant number of coaches and scouts, the camp provides huge player development opportunities and will prepare the 14U player with the ability to experience what they can expect to see during the 2019 Multi-District Evaluation Camp.
  • For more information visit the Pacific District website: Pacific District Girls

How will I know if I made the Pacific District / Multi-District Tryout/Development Camp in Colorado?

  • You will be contacted by email by Kathy McGarrigle, Pacific District Girls’ Representative.

More questions?


Congratulations to the players who are selected to attend the 2018 USA Hockey Multi-District Female Development Camp.

PNAHA would like to thank Shawna Davidson, Emily West and Alexis Myers for selecting this year's Washington State player representatives.

Selected players and alternates are listed in alpha-order.