Niagara Gazette — BUFFALO — Former Niagara University women's hockey standout Candice Moxley is returning to Western New York, this time as the new head coach of the women's hockey program at Buffalo State College. The hire was announced Monday.
Moxley spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach at Ohio State, where the team improved its win-loss record each year. Before her job with the Buckeyes, Moxley worked one season as the coach of Port Hope, Ontario based Trinity College School and two seasons as an assistant at Robert Morris in Pittsburgh.
Moxley's experience also includes six years as a head instructor for Canadian Hockey Enterprises, Stephanie Boyd's Female Hockey School and the New Ice Age Hockey School in Stouffville, Ontario.
A native of Markham, Ontario, Moxley played with the former Niagara women's hockey program from 2001-05, scoring 34 goals and 44 assists in 135 games. During her Purple Eagles career Moxley appeared in the NCAA Frozen Four as a freshman, appeared three times on the College Hockey America All-Academic Team, was named All-College Hockey America as a senior and was named team captain. She earned her master's degree in business administration from Niagara.
Following her collegiate career Moxley played briefly in the National Women's Hockey League and earned a silver medal at the Esso Women's Hockey Nationals as well as the 2007 Provincial Championships. She is currently a member of the 2013 Canadian National Ball Hockey Team and also plays for the Canadian National Inline Hockey Team.