Our carefully selected staff is designed to provide a breadth of both experience and expertise to campers at Summit Hockey Camps. Our coaches are committed to learning from each other and working together to provide a camp experience unlike any other in the world.
Jim Plumer
Over the past 18 years, Coach Plumer has ascended the ranks of Women’s College Hockey to become the current head coach at the University of Vermont, where he has led the Catamounts to Hockey East semifinal appearances in 2014 and 2017 and a record-breaking 18 wins in 2013-14. Prior to his current post, Plumer built Division III Amherst into a national powerhouse, capturing back-to-back Division III National Championships in 2009 and 2010 and amassing a winning percentage of .681 in nine seasons. Plumer was named Hockey East Coach of the Year in 2014 and New England Hockey Writers Division 1 Women’s Coach of the Year in 2014 and 2017. Plumer was also named Division III National Coach of the Year in 2009.
Ashley Salerno

Ashley Salerno is in her first year as Head Coach at Castleton University in Rutland, Vermont. Salerno has risen quickly through the women’s hockey coaching ranks and is one of the most promising young coaches in the women’s game. Prior to Castleton, Salerno served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, The University of Vermont for the 2016-17 season, after having completed two seasons as an assistant at Middlebury College, a traditional Division III powerhouse.

Ashley began her playing career at Amherst College, where she was an All-NESCAC selection as a defenseman in her sophomore and junior years. She transferred to the University of Vermont for her senior year where she was part of a team that advanced to the Hockey East semifinals for the first time in program history and set a program record with 18 wins. Salerno is active in the summer coaching circuit, having worked at a variety of private camps and USA Hockey affiliated events.

Chris Cobb

Chris Cobb is completing his second year as Dartmouth College’s top assistant, completing his sixth year of coaching in NCAA women’s hockey. Cobb came to Dartmouth after a year at Union College, prior to that having served three years as the primary assistant at Williams College, including a NESCAC championship and NCAA tournament appearance in 2014.

Cobb began is women’s hockey coaching career at his alma mater, University of Massachusetts-Amherst where he headed the women’s club team while at the same time serving as a volunteer assistant for Jim Plumer at Amherst College. Cobb was part of the Amherst College team for three years, including a Division III National Championship in 2010.