Elizabeth Wulf enters her second season as the Wesleyan women's ice hockey assistant coach in 2019-20. She helped guide the team to the NESCAC Quarterfinals last year, while also coaching the team's first All-American, goaltender Allegra Grant. Wulf graduated from Middlebury College in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Neuroscience.
Wulf was a four-year member of the women’s ice hockey team at Middlebury and helped lead her team to three-consecutive NESCAC titles in 2016, 2017, and 2018. Her team also qualified for the NCAA Quarterfinals all four years, including a trip to the Final Four in 2016.
A forward, Wulf played in every game during her four years at Middlebury, scoring 27 goals and accumulating 37 assists for a total of 64 points in 114 games. She was third on the team in points her sophomore season (20).
Wulf was a three-time member of the NESCAC All-Academic team and was named an ACHA All-American Scholar her junior and senior years. Beyond the ice and classroom, Wulf was a three-year member and the co-head of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) her senior year.
Prior to Middlebury, the Larchmont, N.Y. native went to The Hotchkiss School, where she played ice hockey, soccer, and lacrosse and was captain of the ice hockey and soccer teams her senior year. She also played club hockey for the Mid-Fairfield CT Stars.
Wulf has worked at various hockey camps over the past several summers, including RinkSport alongside Head Coach Jodi McKenna, as well as the Elite Hockey Training Center, Middlebury Camp, and Chelsea Piers CT. She also attended the 2017 NESCAC Female Coaching Symposium.
In addition to serving as an assistant coach, Wulf is also pursuing her MALS at Wesleyan.
Her father, Steve Wulf, is an ESPN Senior Writer who wrote a fitting tribute to his late wife Bambi, as well as Elizabeth on Mother's Day 2018. The story can be viewed HERE.