Seanna Conway was born in Washington, D.C. but moved to Cleveland at a very young age, where she began playing ice hockey in the CSHL. Seanna played for Gilmour Academy Boys' Varsity in High School and played NCAA Division I ice hockey at the University of New Hampshire. She also played in the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) for the Avalanche du Quebec (Montreal, Canada) and finished her collegiate career at York University in Toronto, Canada. She was also selected for the USA Hockey U19 Select Festival at Lake Placid, NY in 2002 finishing with the Highest Save Percentage at the Festival. More recently, Seanna played in Ireland and has represented Team Ireland at their only two appearances in IIHF World Championships (Sofia, Bulgaria in 2011 and Izmir, Turkey in 2012) winning an MVP award and Goalie of the Tournament Award. Seanna has been a Goaltending Instructor for over 15 years and has worked at camps in the Greater Toronto Area and Cleveland as well as with individual teams. Seanna has also been selected as a Goaltending Instructor at High Performance camps by both the IIHF and USA Hockey. More recently, Seanna was the Goaltending Coach for the ’04 Barons AAA and the Head Coach of the Ohio Flames AAA U14 Girls during the 2014/2015 season. The 2016/2017 season will be Seanna’s second season as Head Coach of the Cleveland Barons AAA U14 Girls.