Tori Emoff was named the third head coach in program history on July 8, 2019.
Emoff comes back to Stevenson after serving as the assistant coach for two seasons at Trine University in Indiana. At Trine, Emoff helped guide the Thunder in their inaugural season in 2017-18 before assisting the team to 10 wins in the program's second season. While at Trine, Emoff was responsible for creating and conducting practice plans and off-ice workouts. She oversaw recruiting for the program and was responsible for the defensive side of the bench.
Prior to Trine, Emoff served as the co-head coach of St. Timothy's Catholic High School girls' varsity ice hockey for a year. For the past two seasons, she has co-coached Team Indiana.
A three-year captain and inaugural member of the Stevenson women's ice hockey team, Emoff appeared in 96 career games on defense, which ranks tied for sixth in program history. She led the Mustangs to a 23-3-1 record and the inaugural Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC) championship in her senior season when she posted a program-best plus-24 rating. During that season she was named an All-CHC First Team selection and to the CHC All-Tournament Team. In four seasons, Emoff finished with 31 points on nine goals and 22 assists while netting six power play goals and a plus-14 rating.