Month: March 2016

MANDIALEE

Mandi Adee named New Hampshire Wild General Manager

“The Empire League welcomes Mandi as the front office leader of The New Hampshire Wild. Her enthusiasm, combined with her background provides our organization with someone who will do great things for the New Hampshire franchise. Additionally, she embodies Pierce Pride as a member of the Franklin Pierce community. This is a trait that was truly important in the hiring process.” – Matthew Snyder – Director of Business Administration

Mandi Adee is originally from Kinderhook, NY and is currently enrolled in Franklin Pierce University’s 4 plus 1 program; she is studying Sports and Recreation Management as an undergraduate and is in the process of receiving her MBA in Leadership. She is also a pitcher for the Division II Softball team at Pierce and has received the Scholar Athlete Award consecutively from 2012 to present. Mandi has been on the Dean’s List all four years of her collegiate career and became a member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society in 2014. Mandi has worked as an assistant coach and head coach for the Nike MBSC organization the last three years. Along with her coaching at MB Sports Camps at Curry College, MA she also passionately coaches local Tee Ball and participates in community programs through National Honor Society.

“I am very excited that I have been given the opportunity to be a part of this organization. I look forward to learning more about the sports industry while working with the New Hampshire Wild team and the Rindge community to make this a fun experience for all!” – Mandi Adee – GM of New Hampshire Wild

The league spoke with the Manager of the club and he expressed his excitement to be able to work with one of Franklin Pierce own members for the 2016 season.

“I sent her a text message to  welcome her to the  team. She seemed very professional, dedicated and motivated and  I believe with everyone working together to create a family like environment not just with players and staff but with the fans as well will be key in the New Hampshire Wild’s success this season.” – Jerry Gonzalez – Manager of the Wild