Thomas Lindberg ’07 has been named the Director of Ice Hockey Program at The Haverford School. Lindberg will be responsible for coordinating the entire program from the middle school to varsity level. Lindberg will assume responsibility from Haverford School science department chair Dr. Daniel Goduti, who stepped down from the post after the 2020-21 season.
Lindberg most recently coached for the Wissahickon Skating Club, assisting with and then leading their PeeWee national team.
“I am committed to building a program that competes with the very best teams in the area and represents the core values that Haverford stands for,” said Lindberg. “I’m excited to share my vision for the program and to engage with the boys this winter.”
A 2007 graduate of The Haverford School, Lindberg was a three sport athlete, excelling in soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse. He was a two-time captain for both the soccer and ice hockey teams. Following his career at Haverford, Lindberg served as a three-time captain of the ice hockey team at Loyola University in Maryland. During his time as a Greyhound, Lindberg tallied 116 career points and was named the Blue Ridge Championship MVP.
“Thomas has a passion and excitement for both the game and for Haverford,” said Michael Murphy, Director of Athletics at The Haverford School. “As an alum of the School and the program, he is committed to the mission of the School and to helping the boys as they compete with the best teams in the area.I am confident he will lead our program with passion and in line with the values of the athletic department and the School.”