Darcy Goulds professional career at Boston University began in 2004 as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. She was promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2014. While at BU Gould has been responsible for training W. Ice Hockey, W. Lacrosse, Softball, M. and W. Novice and Varsity Rowing, M. and W. Golf, M. and W. Tennis and W. Field Hockey.
Gould has been in charge of training the Women's Ice Hockey team since their addition to the BU athletic department in 2005. As the team's S&C Coach they have earned 5 Hockey East Titles, 6 NCAA tournament appearances, 2 Frozen Four appearances, and 2 National Championship appearances. At Boston University, Gould has had a chance to train numerous Olympic Medalists in Women's Hockey and Men's Rowing.
While completing four years of eligibility playing basketball, Gould earned her BS in Kinesiology in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Exercise Physiology from San Francisco State University. At California State University, Sacramento, Gould earned her master's degree in Kinesiology and Sports Performance with an Emphasis in Strength and Conditioning. As a Graduate Student Gould was responsible for 12 teams and competed in Olympic lifting for Team Sacramento where she took 7th at the US National Tournament in 2004. In addition to the MSCC certification, Gould also holds the CSCS from the NSCA.
Darcy would like to thank the individuals that have supported her along her way. Thank you to BU Head S&C Coach Glenn Harris for mentoring and providing the opportunity to come to work and do what she loves every day. And of course thanks to her parents for their never ending support and her husband Alex and children Tylee and Kaden for their daily motivation and support.