Sean Fish is the head coach for Orono Girls High School Hockey. His debut season as head coach for OGH was 2018-2019. Coach Fish previously served as an assistant coach for the previous 10 years, on the staff of the 2017-18 St. Michael-Albertville varsity boys hockey state tournament team, and has been a part of that program the last four seasons. He helped the Knights to four consecutive conference titles for the first time in school history. It was also their first section championship and first state tournament appearance in there 43 year history. Prior to STMA he also served as an assistant coach on the Anoka varsity boys staff from 2012-2014.
Before coaching high school hockey Sean spent four seasons as coach in the North American Hockey League with the Alaska Avalanche and the Wichita Falls Wildcats. Each year his teams continued to get better and brought a championship caliber team to the league in which they helped move on 50+ kids to play college hockey and 3 of them becoming draft picks, 2 currently playing in the NHL.
As a player, the Anoka, Minnesota, native was a part of the only state championship team in Anoka’s history in 2003 in which he was serving his second season as team captain. After high school he played two seasons for the Minnesota Blizzard in the NAHL where he also served as team captain.
Collegiately, he was a four-year standout at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, ranking in their top 25 all-time leading scorers. He earned many accolades in his career like being named the team MVP a few times, earning Freshman Athlete of the Year for all sports, and a couple All-Conference honors.
Coach Fish was awarded the 2019-2020 Section 5A Head Coach of the Year.
Gregg Malmgren is the Orono Girls’ High School Hockey Varsity Assistant Coach and joined the team in 2018-2019 for his first season. Coach Malmgren brings a wealth of knowledge to the rink each day as well as the passion for the game of hockey. Coach Malmgren grew up in Plymouth and attended Armstrong High School where he excelled as a three sport athlete playing football, hockey and baseball. After graduating from Armstrong High School, Malmgren attended St. Cloud State University where he graduated in 2014.
Amanda Leveille is the Goalie Director for OS hockey and current professional goaltender for the Minnesota Whitecaps. She graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2016, winning three national championships and setting the Gopher record for winning percentage and wins in a single season. She has also competed at the international level with Team Canada’s U22 and development team. She won Gold in 2016 at the Nations Cup in Füssen, Germany with the development team. She is entering her 4th season in NWHL. She is a two-time Isobel Cup Champion, a two-time NWHL All-Star and won goaltender of the year in 2017.
Amanda has 8+ years of goaltending coaching experience. She has coached goaltenders at all levels including multiple current and past NCAA Div 1 and 3 goaltenders. She has been a high school and elite league goaltender coach/consultant for the past two seasons. She also has international coaching experience as she was selected in 2019 to help at a Chinese national camp to coach/evaluate goaltenders for their national team.
Athletic Trainer (ATC)
Athletic training services are provided to Orono High School through the Institute for Athletic Medicine a service of Fairview Health Services.
All student athletes may utilize the services that are offered by the Institute for Athletic Medicine and Orono High School once the appropriate consent to treat form has been signed by a parent or guardian. This form is now adopted through the MSHSL forms.
The athletic trainer is able to provide these services:
Every effort is made to provide athletic training services at most scheduled home JV and Varsity events. It is my goal to contact parents / guardians in the event of an injury to discuss treatment options and return to play decisions.