BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) — The assistant coach of the women’s ice hockey team at Bowdoin College is out on bail after crashing her car into a campus building and being charged with drunken driving.
Police charged 24-year-old Holly Lorms after her sport utility vehicle left the road, hit a utility pole and crashed into Stanley Druckenmiller Hall on Sunday evening. Brunswick Police Chief Richard Rizzo said there was minor damage to the building but that the impact was enough to deploy air bags.
Lorms, who was released Monday on bail, didn’t immediately respond to a message. A Bowdoin College spokesman declined to comment, saying it was a personnel matter.
Lorms joined the Bowdoin staff in August. The 2011 Boston University graduate was captain of her team, which finished second in the NCAA Division I.