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Coaches

Each camp will feature 2-3 TREX Hockey coaches working alongside your association's local coaches.  We will work to match the best coaches to fit your needs for your camp.  Below is a list of our current coaches.

Emily Sell

Emily was born and raised in Williston, ND where she played for the Williston Coyotes from 2002-2007.  She was a 5-time All-State selection and 5-time state All-Tournament team selection.  She capped off her high school career by winning the 2007 Miss Hockey Award.  She currently holds the state records for single season points and career points.  Emily went on to play one year of Division 1 hockey at the University of North Dakota and three years at Concordia College where she was named best forward and best 2-way player her junior and senior seasons.  She has five years of High School coaching experience, eight years of hockey camp coaching experience and three years of hockey camp organizing experience.  Emily holds a USA hockey level 4 certification and Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Coach certification.

John Kosobud

John was born and raised in Fargo, ND and was a standout for Fargo South High School.  He went on to play college hockey at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls and Concordia College before starting his professional career.  His professional playing career consisted of stops in the AHL, the ECHL, and the WCHL.  John and his wife Sara own Powerturn Fitness Studios in Fargo, ND where John trains hockey players from ages 9-18.  He brings a wealth of knowledge on and off the ice.  In addition to his career at Powerturn, he is the director of XPro Hockey, a coach at Moorhead Girls Club Summer Hockey Program, a skating instructor for Boris Dorozhenko Next Generation Hockey Camps,and coaches in the Moorhead Youth Hockey Association.  John is a USA Hockey Level 4 certified coach and a certified personal trainer.  

Mo Hardwick Greiner

Maureen "Mo" Hardwick Greiner was born and raised in Warroad, MN where she was an all-state athlete in hockey, golf, and softball. She was inducted into the Warroad Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009.  Mo attended college at the University of St. Thomas where she was a member of three MIAC championship teams.  She is 3rd in all-time scoring leaders at St. Thomas and 1st all-time in assists.  She has been on the coaching staff of 2 Minnesota High School state championship teams (Minnetonka High School), 2 regular season MIAC championship teams, 4 MIAC playoff championship teams, 4 NCAA tournament teams and one frozen four participant team (All at St. Thomas).  She has also served as a coach and evaluator for Minnesota Hockey and USA Hockey's Advanced Programs/High Performance programs and a Lead Instructor at Total Hockey Training Center (Eagan, MN) and Impact Hockey (Minnetonka, MN).  She holds a USA hockey level 4 certification.

Shelby Amsley-Benzie

Shelby is currently the goalie coach at Concordia College.  Her resume includes a decorated Division 1 playing career at the University of North Dakota (2-time WCHA All-Conference Award winner, 1 All-American Award winner and was a finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the best player in college hockey).  She also played one season of professional hockey with the Minnesota Whitecaps and a stint on the USA national Team in 2016 at the Four Nations Cup.  

Brian Lee

Brian was born and raised in Moorhead, MN where he played for the Moorhead Spuds from 2002-2005.  Brian’s high school career includes appearances in three state tournaments, 2 all-tournament team selections, the 2005 AP Player of the Year Award and the 2005 Mr. Hockey award.  He was selected in the first round, number nine overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 2005 NHL entry draft. Brian went on to play two years at the University of North Dakota, where he was named to the All-WCHA Rookie Team in 2006 and became the only defenseman in history to score 25 or more points as both a freshman and a sophomore, collecting 27 and 26 points respectively in those seasons. He has represented the USA at international ice hockey competitions numerous times, including three times at the World Junior Hockey Tournament (2005, 2006, and 2007). His hockey career was cut short by a recurring knee injury that plagued him throughout his career.  In his abbreviated professional career he was named an AHL All-Star and played in over 200 NHL games with Tampa Bay and Ottawa.  He currently runs Brian Lee Elite Defenseman camp and is the Assistant Coach for the Concordia College Women’s Hockey Team.
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