- Famous Name
- Birth Name Josephine Pucci
- Birth Place Queens, NY
- Famous Name Josephine Pucci
- Birth Date December 27, 1990
- Father Victor Pucci
- Mother Ursula Pucci
- Height 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Working For U.S Army
- Religion Christian
Josephine Pucci is a Former women's ice hockey player who has played for the Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey program. She got retired in 2014 because of her health issue and after retirement from her professional career, she completed her education in the medical field and joined the U.S Army in 2018. She is currently serving her nation as a Amry Doctor.
Josephine was born on December 27, 1990, in Queens, NY, the USA. Her two siblings, Samantha Pucci and Victoria Pucci are college athletes. The former Ice Hockey Player has won the gold medal for her nation in the Olympic games with players like Alex Rigs, Kacey Bellamy. She was nominated for the 2012 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award and was also named to the 2010–11 All-Ivy League first team.
Career Earnings and Current Incomes
Josephine has not a long career in the Ice hockey, her most of the wealth comes from her current profession which is a army doctor. Serving for her Nation as a Army Doctor she must be gaining thousands of dollars but so far there is no exact report on her present earnings.
She used to obtain $15,000 to $25,000 a season from the team while she was a player.
In addition to the salaries, she gained an additional sum of money from the sales of jersey-15 percent of the profit and she has also represented her nation in the Olympic games where she used to earn between $35,000 to $40,000.
What is the Relationship status of Former Hockey Player?
The 30 years old former ice hockey player Josephine seems to be single now. However, there is no proper report regarding her relationship status.
After retirement, she engaged to built her nex career and it seems she is just busy in her new life and she wants to focus more on her rather than anyone else.
Josephine Pucci Is Not The Only Athletic In Her Family
She 5 ft 8 inch Josephine grew up in the Queens, NewYork where her father Victor Pucci who studied at Christ the King Regional High School in 1968 and he is Graduated from Christ the King Regional High School in 1971.
Her Mothe name is Ursula Pucci and Josephine is the sister of two siblings whose name is Victoria Pucci and Samantha Pucci.
Her Sister Samantha is also a athletic who is pursuing her professional into the Soft Ball game as well as her other sister Victoria Pucci is the soccer player who is currently playing college soccer.
Concussion Departs Her From Her Professional Career
Josephine had gained so many appreciations within a short time but she was unable to take her career further because she was the patient of Concussion.
After playing in the Olympics game in 2014 where she received a silver medal for her performance, she got retirement from his career because she was having frequent attacks of Concussion.
Concussion patients often fell unconsciousness and blindness during their attack and as a player, Josephine could not deal with her diseases and professional career at the same time. So after playing her final season with ECAC team Harvard, she got retirement during Feb 2014.
What She Is Doing Now?
Although Josephine got retirement from her Professional Career, she seems to have an amazing life because after her departure from hockey she initiated her career into the Medical Feild.
After retirement, she served as Research Assistant in Massachusetts General Hospital where she spends 3 years.
In 2015 she moved to New York where she joined as Researcher in the department of Neurology Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center.
The former Hockey Player then joined the U.S army in 2018. She is a army plus doctor and it seems like she is the real patriotic person because while she was a professional hockey player she had won Gold Medal for her nation and currently, by serving in the army she is making the whole nation proud.
- ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (Week of November 30, 2009)
- 2010–11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars
- 2010–11 All-Ivy League first team
- 2010–11 All-ECAC Hockey second-team honors
- 2012 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Nominee