Camps & Clinics

Jacqui & Courtney will be hosting a February Vacation Week Hockey Clinic!  



FEB CLINIC; Welcomes all skaters Mite-Bantam levels.

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16th,17th, 18th |  10:00am-11:20am| MITES 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16th,17th, 18th |  11:30am-1:00pm| SQUIRT, PEE WEE & BANTAM  

CAMP FOCUS WILL BE ON: stick handling, shooting, passing, skating skills(edges, backward skating) & power skating (quick starts, acceleration drills). Ending with a short scrimmage.


Jacqui Lovato is a World Silver Medalist in Synchronized Skating with the Miami University Varsity Synchronized Skating team. During the 4 years of her college career, her team earned 2 National gold medals, along with United States’ first ever World Silver medal in Synchronized Skating. Jacqui was a captain for 2 of her 4 seasons at Miami. She graduated in 2009 with a degree in Kinesiology and Health and a minor in Nutrition. 

She has 20 years of coaching experience, and is a USFSA and PSA (Hockey 3) certified skating instructor. Her focus for the past 7 years has strictly been on improving hockey players skating skills. Jacqui is extremely passionate about skating, and it shows through her instruction. She is Winchester Youth Hockey’s skating skills instructor and last year worked with Melrose Youth Hockey, as their skating skills instructor. Jacqui strives to be the best hockey skating coach she can be and continues to learn through fellow hockey coaches and skating instructors the most effective way to improve players speed, agility and edge work. 


Courtney Sheary was the assistant Women’s ice hockey coach at Boston College.  She worked with the team’s forwards and handled the team’s video scouting system. Before The Heights Sheary spent one season on staff at Dartmouth as the Big Green’s second assistant coach, where she worked under Canada Women’s National Team coach Laura Schuler. 

Prior to Dartmouth Sheary spent five years at her high school alma mater, Cushing Academy, where she was the school’s assistant athletics director and coached girls’ varsity hockey. Sheary co-coached the Penguins to the NEPSAC semifinal appearances in 2013 and 2014 before being named head coach ahead of the 2014-15 season.

Sheary has also participated in USA Hockey’s Player Development Programs as a player, coach and evaluator.

Sheary was a member of the UNH women’s hockey program for five years, capping her senior season as an assistant team captain. Sheary helped lead the Wildcats to four Hockey East regular season titles and three Hockey East Tournament titles (2007, 2008, 2009), as well as three NCAA Tournament berths. She left the program having played in 130 games and was the team leader in blocked shots as a senior. She was also the recipient of the 2011 Colleen Coyne Award, which is given annually to the team’s top defenseman.

Sheary was drafted by the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. A member of a strong hockey family, Courtney’s brother Conor is a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Pittsburg Penguins.