Albertus Magnus Announces Men's Program
The number of men's programs nationally is again set to increase by one, as Albertus Magnus announced the creation of a men's hockey program earlier this month. Photo: Albertus Magnus Athletics
Brandt hired as SNC associate coach
St. Norbert has dipped into the pro ranks to replace AJ Aitken, as the school announced the hiring of ECHL head coach Andy Brandt as the new associate head coach of its men's program.
Crowley Loses Interim Tag, Will Coach Elmira Women
After early season changes landed Elmira men's assistant Tim Crowley in the drivers' seat of the Women's program, the school has decided to appoint him the team's permanent head coach after an NCAA Appearance. Photo: Elmira College.
Women's playoff tracker: Four NCAA tickets punched
Adrian, Plattsburgh State, Norwich and St. Thomas are conference champs and have won their way into the NCAAs while UW-River Falls claimed the WIAC title. Elsewhere, title game match-ups are now set in the CHC and NESCAC. Photo: D3hockey.com
Young, Newmark hired at Wilkes
Michael Young and Stephanie Newmark will be the first to oversee the new men's and women's programs at Wilkes University.
Castleton hires Silengo, Fimiani to lead programs.
Earlier this offseason, Castleton lost both of their head coaches within a week. Today, they announced both hires at once. Manhattanville grad Bill Silengo and Daniel Webster coach DJ Fimiani will lead the Spartan programs.
Mallaro in the drivers' seat for King's men
As King's College begins to build its Men's program, the school turns to a first time head coach with an established name in Division III. Former Oswego State defenseman Stephen Mallaro, an assistant at Brockport, will be first to guide the Monarchs.
Menard takes the lead at Lebanon Valley
Lebanon Valley College finally has a head coach for its inaugural women's campaign this fall, as former Boston University Terrier and Syracuse Orange skater Isabel Menard will get the first crack at running the Dutchmen bench.
Callan first to lead Chatham men
The first Division III men's program to form in the greater Pittsburgh area has its first head coach as of Tuesday, with former Potsdam assistant Michael Callan due to lead the charge.
UMass-Dartmouth's Rolli to retire
After 32 years, over 500 wins, and 4 NCAA tournament appearances, John Rolli steps down from the Corsair bench this summer.
Todd, Hofman named first head coaches at Trine
Trine University has named former Castleton coach Alex Todd its men's head coach, while Tom Hofman has been tapped to lead the Thunder women. Both programs will begin play in 2017.
Murphy to Remain Head Coach at Buffalo State
After leading the Bengals to a school-record 15 wins, Buffalo State head coach Steve Murphy has the interim tag removed, and will be back behind the bench for next season.
Bowdoin's Meagher to retire after season
It's the end of an era in Brunswick, as Bowdoin has announced head coach Terry Meagher will retire at the end of the season after 33 years behind the bench.
Norton takes over at Tufts
After several years in the prep school ranks, former Norwich assistant Pat Norton returns to college to lead the Jumbos.
Dawes shuffles to Stevenson
2009 national champion coach Dominick Dawes has left his post at Neumann for a new challenge at Stevenson.
Largen to lead Marian Men
Erik Largen to replace current St. Norbert Associate Head Coach AJ Aitken as the Sabres' bench boss.
Parker Burgess tapped to lead Bison
After spending the past five season at his alma mater, St. Thomas, Burgess will head East after being named the head mean's coach at Nichols.
Murphy Promoted at Buffalo State
After Nick Carriere's departure for the AHL, Buffalo State promotes from within, naming assistant Steve Murphy as Interim Head Coach.
Maurice the man at Trinity
Trinity has their new women's head coach. Ohio State assistant Keith Maurice steps in to replace Jenny Potter, who took the head women's coach job in Columbus.
Rider to coach Northland women
After a year away from the Division III ranks, former Neumann women's head coach Kelly Rider will set out to build the women's program at Northland.
Swallow takes the reins at UNE
After three successful seasons as Nichols bench boss, Kevin Swallow takes a new challenge as the head coach of the Nor'easters.
Sinclair in at Middlebury
Bill Beaney's successor is no stranger to Middlebury, having served as the team's coach in the 2002-03 season.
Darwitz hired to lead Hamline women
Hamline made a big splash to start the offseason, hiring a three-time Olympic medalist and former Team USA Captain as its next women's head coach.
Former 18-Year pro Toporowski Tabbed at Worcester
Worcester, MA --- Director of Athletics Michael Mudd has announced that Shayne Toporowski will take the reigns as the sixth Worcester State University men's ice hockey coach. Toporowski replaces John Guiney who resigned last month after guiding the Lancers for 22 seasons.
Hamline announces coaching change
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Hamline University athletic officials announced today that Doc DelCastillo will be leaving his position as Hamline’s head men’s hockey coach. DelCastillo has been head coach of the Division III Pipers for the past two seasons.
Venditti tapped to lead UNE women
Southern Maine alum and head coach at Colby for the past nine seasons, Venditti now takes over the second-year UNE program.
Jenny Potter named head coach at Trinity
Potter, a graduate of Minnesota-Duluth and four-time Olympian, takes over for Brian Duggan who recently accepted a job as an assistant at Division I Ohio State
Moffat selected to lead Castleton
Steve Moffat, long time men's assistant at Plattsburgh State, has been selected to replace Alex Todd as head coach of the Castleton men.
Erickson picked to lead Cobber women
Sarah Erickson, a former captain at the University of Minnesota and former assistant at UW-Stevens Point, will assume the helm at Concordia-Moorhead.
Todd steps down at Castleton
After posting a 114-78-21 mark in eight seasons at Castleton, head coach Alex Todd has resigned to accept a position at Division I Nebraska-Omaha
Kehoe to replace Paulsen at NEC
After serving the previous two seasons as an assistant at Cortland Skate, Kristi Kehoe has been named head coach at New England College