The Senators signed Princeton hockey alumnus Michael Sdao to a two-year, two-way contract, the team announced on Thursday. Continue reading Senators Anounce Two Year, Two-Way Deal With Princeton Alumnus Michael Sdao
PRINCETON, N.J. – Princeton hockey announced Ron Fogarty as the new head coach on Tuesday.
“We will win,” Fogarty said his is message to the team.
He will inherit a Princeton team that finished last season 6-26-0 and last in the ECAC. Bob Prier resigned a month ago after coaching the Tigers for three seasons. Princeton last made the NCAA tournament in 2009.
“You can win anywhere and everywhere,” Fogarty said. “You just have to treat people the right way and get the most out of them.” Continue reading Princeton Hockey Hires Ron Fogarty As New Head Coach
Unfortunately, there’s not much I can update you on at this point. The timing of this search wasn’t great for me, with Bob Prier resigning about a week after my friend passing away. My brother’s wedding is in three days, and since Indian families tend to have big weddings, we’re going a little crazy with all of the work. Continue reading Letter From The Editor – Princeton Hockey Coaching Search Update
Mike McMahon reported earlier this week that several candidates, including Mark Morris, Darren Yopyk, Ben Barr, Keith Fisher, Joe Bonnett, Bill Riga, Ben Syer, Kyle Wallak and Joe Dumais are candidates or are interested in Princeton hockey’s head coaching position.
The Tigers could potentially have several candidates from its own coaching family in assistant coaches Scott Garrow and Greg Gardner.
When Princeton searched for a head coach after Guy Gadowsky left in 2011, College Hockey News reported that Bonnett, Yopyk and Ron Rolston were being considered.
Here’s some info on the candidates: