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Andy BoschettoSummer HockeY Camp Instructor

Andy Boschetto is the current assistant coach of the Niagra University Men's Hockey program. Prior to joinining Niagra University, Andy served as the head coach at Salve Regina for six seasons, taking the program from a 1-24 record to the league finals in 2013, 2015, and 2016 while winning Salve Regina its first ECAC Northeast Crown and NCAA appearance in school history. Coach Boschetto has coached 20 All Conference players, 60 All-Academic team honorees, and moved two players on to play professionally.

Over the past eight years Coach Boschetto has been involved with all levels from bantams through college helping prepare and develop players for the next level. During this time he has coached as an assistant coach at national ranked Curry College, Proctor Academy, U14 Rhode Island Saints, U16 Bay State Breakers. Also, he has also taken part in evaluations for Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island Festival tryouts, coached the Mass Player Development Camp at Cushing, and coached the 17’s National Camp in Buffalo.

Boschetto began his collegiate playing career at Hobart, where he established a new single-game points record (five) before finishing his career at Suffolk University. He notched 55 points in 77 career games and earned his bachelor of science in operations and strategic management from Suffolk in 2005. Prior To college, Boschetto grew up playing in the Metro league and Watertown as a kid before attending Chelmsford High School and Tilton School where he achieved a New England Prep School Championship in 2001.

Coach Boschetto feels that informing players on the why’s and how are important to the growth of a player. “I wanted to start a camp that directs players on what they need to do in order to have a chance to play at the college level. The high school level is where we felt we could have the most impact on players and really dig in and give them a four day camp that opens their eyes. Too many players assume it will just happen for them based on talent. This camp will change that outlook by breaking down all facets of the process to prepare to be a top student athlete.”