Courtney Olin steps down as Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls hockey head coach

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After compiling over 100 wins behind the bench Courtney Olin is stepping down as head coach of the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton (CEC) girls hockey team.

The 2010 Cloquet graduate spent seven seasons as the Lumberjacks head coach. She’s departing in order to continue teaching and pursue a doctorate in education.

In her time at the helm of CEC, Olin amassed a 105-68-7 overall record and a 2020 state runner up finish.

Her dad Dave Esse, who served as an assistant for the program for five seasons, will also not be returning.