|Conference||New England Small College Athletic Conference|
|Alma mater||Rochester Institute of Technology|
Previously he was an assistant coach at Dartmouth (1986–87), Princeton (1987–88), UMass Lowell (1988–90) and Boston University (1991–96), and a head coach at Niagara (1996–2001), where he compiled an all-time record of 91–58–17 and UMass Lowell (2001–11) with an overall record of 150–178–44.
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|Awards and achievements|
|CHA Coach of the Year
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