Nashua, NH – The Daniel Webster College department of athletics has announced the additions of three staff members for the 2011-2012 season.
Kirsten Doldoorian of Oxford, Mass. has been named head coach of the Women’s Cross Country program and assistant coach of women’s basketball, Nicholas Beauchamp of Lowell, Mass. has been appointed assistant coach of the men’s soccer program, and Ashley Snell of Lowell has joined the women’s volleyball program as assistant coach.
Doldoorian is 2010 graduate of Franklin Pierce University where she was a two-year member of a Ravens program that earned back-to-back Northeast-10 Conference regular season and tournament titles, and went on to the NCAA Division II Final Four in both 2009 and 2010. The Ravens reached the national championship game and owned a NABC #1 national ranking in 2009. Doldoorian, who was also a two-year letter winner at Saint Anselm College, has also been involved in a number of youth and college-sponsored basketball camps around New England.
Beauchamp is a 2007 graduate of Westfield State University where he was a four-year letter winner and goalkeeper with the Owls and is currently a member of Lowell United of the Massachusetts State Soccer League. A native of Dracut, Mass. Beauchamp is a also a former coach and counselor with the Star Goalkeeper Academy in Devens, Mass. and is a teacher at Lawrence (Mass.) High School.
Snell is a 2008 graduate of Rivier College where she was a four-year letter winner and remains among the top 10 in all time games played for the Raiders. Snell, who also sits among the top 20 in of all time season leaders for service aces, digs and assists, was part of a program that earned three 20-win seasons, four straight appearances in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) tournament championship, and two GNAC titles and NCAA tournament berths in both 2007 and 2008.
While at Rivier, Snell was also a three-year member of the NCAA National Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) where she served two years on the interpretations and legislations committee and one year on the Division III management council. Snell presently also serves as an assistant coach with the Hard Rock Volleyball Club in Nashua.