Brooke Whitney

Brooke Whitney
Ice Hockey

Brooke was born in Snohomish and attended Bothell High. As a youth and teen athlete, she excelled in many sports including hockey & softball. She played many years of ASA softball and four years at Bothell High where she was 1st Team All-King Co. She also played many years of amateur hockey and at Bothell High. As a youth and teen athlete, she was once the recipient of a youth sports MVP award, and was on the 1996 Girls’ National Hockey Championship team.

Brooke then attended and played hockey at Northeastern University. While there she was a 2001 and 2002 2nd & 1st Team D1 Hockey All-American. In 2002, she received the Patty Kazmaier Award as the women’s top collegiate hockey player, named Northeastern’s Top-Scholar Athlete, and honored as the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Hockey Player of the Year. She was also named to ECAC’s All-Academic and All-Stars teams. In 2003, she was inducted into Northeastern’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Other noteworthy accomplishments and awards include:
• In 2002, Everett Herald Woman of the Year in Sports, and a member of the Four Nations Cup
• While at Northeastern, New England Sports Writers Female Athlete of the Year, and All-New England Team
• In 2004, member of the U.S. Women’s Hockey National Team

In 2003-04, Brooke played professionally in Brampton, Ont. & Vancouver, B.C. She then began coaching: 1) assistant coach, Boston College, 2) head coach & associate athletic director, Lawrence Academy Prep (2007-10), and 3) at local, regional, and national hockey camps including being a USA Hockey regional evaluator & national camp coach. She is certified in Adult CPR/AED, Pediatric CPR and First Aid.

In 2012, Brooke founded 3sneaks Health, a Seattle based company focusing on: 1) educating & training athletes, 2) running clinics and training sessions at home and abroad, 3) speaking to athletes about health, sport topics, and performance training. 3sneaks Health also consults youth and high school athletes about finding high quality high school and college hockey programs. Currently, she is also Marketing Manager for Team Sports at VICIS, a company that is developing new impact reducing football helmets.


Brooke Whitney