A native of Davis, California, Jordan Lipson arrives in Williamstown with a rich history of success at the college level. Lipson graduated from Plattsburgh State with a major in history and a double minor in coaching and political science. Jordan is part of a storied history at Plattsburgh State, winning four national championships and four ECAC West Championships in her career (2014-2017). With their 4th national championship this past spring, Lipson’s class was the first class ever to win four national championships in DIII women’s hockey history.
Lipson’s individual accolades include achieving the 100 point milestone with 45 goals and 58 assists for 103 points in her career. She was also named to the East-West Classic All-Tournament Team Spring 2017, ECAC All-Conference Team Honorable Mention Spring 2017 and in 2016, she was first in DIII for power play goals, tying a Plattsburgh state record with 10 PPG.
Head Coach Meghan Gillis and Assistant Coach Jordan Lipson have known each other for almost a decade. Coach Gillis recruited and coached Lipson at Pomfret School, CT before heading to Williamstown. “I am excited to have Jordan join our program. Knowing Jordan since she was in high school and seeing the success she had at Plattsburgh, I know she will bring a lot to our culture. I know she wants a career in coaching and will inspire our athletes to be their best.”
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