Tracy Johnson begins her sixth season as the women's ice hockey head coach in 2018-19 after taking over the program just before the start of its second season in 2013-14. She also serves as the athletic department's Assistant Director of Compliance.
2017-18 saw the Mustangs reach the championship game of the inaugural United Collegiate Hockey Conference (UCHC) campaign, falling to eventual national finalist Elmira. Stevenson also captured the inaugural Middle Atlantic Conference title.
The 2015-16 season was one for the record books, as the Mustangs posted a 23-3-1 record, good for the nation's third-highest winning percentage (.870). Competing in a conference, Colonial Hockey, for the first time, Stevenson won the league's regular season crown with a 13-0-1 mark, then topped Endicott 2-1 in double overtime to win the league's tournament title. Stevenson had the league's Player of the Year in sophomore Chelsea Blackburn.
In 2014-15, the Mustangs doubled their win total from the previous year, finishing with a program best 16 and its first winning season. Stevenson, who won seven of its final nine games, won the 2015 Codfish Bowl, posted its first-ever win over a ranked opponent and went 3-0-1 against Division I Sacred Heart. The team set the record for goals and assists in a game and had a single player record two hat tricks.
In her first season, Johnson led the Mustangs to a 8-16-1 record, including posting back-to-back wins over SUNY Canton on opening weekend. Stevenson also posted a 4-1 victory over Division I Sacred Heart.
Prior to Stevenson, Johnson spent one season at Amherst College, including a stint as the interim head coach. She also served as the head coach of the Midfairfield CT Starts U19 team and as the head coach of the Minnesota Jr. Chill U8, U10 and U12 programs.
Johnson served as an assistant coach at Amherst in 2011-12 where she helped lead the team to a 21-6-1 overall record and a 13-2-1 mark in conference play. The Lord Jeffs advanced to the NESCAC championship for the sixth consecutive year and were one of only eight teams selected to participate in the 2012 NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey Championship.
Prior to Amherst, Johnson spent one year as an assistant coach at Arlington Catholic High School in Massachussetts in 2010-11 while also also working at the USA Hockey Girls 14, Girls 16 and Girls 17 Development Camps.
A 2010 graduate of Boston College, Johnson was a former standout defenseman for the Eagles, serving as a captain as senior season and assistant captain as a junior. She finished her career with a plus-19 rating along with two goals and 11 assists in 125 games. She helped guide Boston College to a pair of appearances in the NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Championship, highlighted by a spot in the 2007 Women's Frozen Four.
Off the ice, Johnson was twice named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team while also earning the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement on three occasions.
A native of Plymouth, Minnesota, Johnson played hockey at Benilde-St. Margaret's High School where she was a two-year captain, two-time all-state honoree, three-time all-conference selection and Hobey Baker Character Award winner while helping lead the Red Knights to a state championship in 2004.