Trine women's hockey team named Victoria Emoff as the program's first assistant coach during the summer of 2017. Her main duties are recruiting and working with the defense.
Emoff arrived at Trine after most recently having served as the co-head coach of St. Timothy's Catholic (Md.) High School girls' varsity ice hockey for a year. She has also served as a coach for Lake Forest Academies' summer hockey camp.
"We are extremely proud to have Tori join our staff," said Trine Head Coach Thomas Hofman, "Her experience and leadership at the DIII level will be invaluable to this inaugural team of women. I expect Tori to help create an all-inclusive team culture and develop a strong defensive core."
As a player Emoff was a defenseman at Stevenson University. While there, Emoff served as captain for her final two seasons. During her career, Emoff broke multiple school records including highest plus/minus for a season (+24) and most consecutive games played in a single season (27).
During Emoff's senior season, Stevenson racked up a 23-3-1 record on the way to a Colonial Hockey Conference championship. That season, Emoff was named first-team All-CHC, to the CHC All-Academic Team and to the CHC All-Tournament Team.