This is a list of men's college ice hockey coaches with 300 career wins.

Key[edit | edit source]

* Active as of 2010

Coaches with 300 career wins[edit | edit source]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2009-2010 college men's ice hockey season.[1][2]
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1 Ron Mason 36 924 380 83 .696 Lake Superior State 1967-1973; Bowling Green 1974-1979; Michigan State 1980-2002
2* Jerry York 38 850 539 92 .605 Clarkson 1973-1979; Bowling Green 1980-1994; Boston College 1995-2010
3* Jack Parker 37 834 429 104 .648 Boston University 1974-2010
4* Rick Comley 37 768 596 106 .558 Lake Superior State 1974-1976; Northern Michigan 1977-2002; Michigan State 2003-2010
5 R.H. "Bob" Peters 36 744 313 50 .695 North Dakota 1965-1966; Bemidji State 1967-1982, 1984-2001
6* Red Berenson 26 699 328 69 .669 Michigan 1984-2010
7 Len Ceglarski 35 689 344 36 .661 Clarkson 1958-1972; Boston College 1973-1992
8 Jeff Sauer 31 655 532 57 .549 Colorado College 1972-1982; Wisconsin 1983-2002
9* Mike McShane 29 564 308 52 .639 St. Lawrence 1981-85; Providence 1986-1994; Norwich 1996-2010
10 John MacInnes 26 555 295 39 .646 Michigan Tech 1957-1982
11* Don Lucia 23 553 300 76 .643 Alaska Fairbanks 1988-1993; Colorado College 1994-1999; Minnesota 2000-2010
12* Bill Beaney 30 543 208 42 .711 New England College 1978-84; Middlebury 1987-2010
13 John P. Riley, Jr. 36 542 343 20 .610 Army 1951-1986
14 Don Brose 34 540 363 79 .590 Concordia (Minn.) 1959-1962, Minnesota State Mankato 1970-1983, 1985-2000
15 Don Roberts 33 532 290 25 Gustavus Adolphus 1964-1996
16* George Gwozdecky 24 522 350 71 .591 Wisconsin-River Falls 1982-1984; Miami (Ohio) 1990-94; Denver 1995-2010
17* John Rolli 26 511 151 24 .762 Mass. Dartmouth 1985-2010
18 Ed Saugestad 37 503 354 21 .585 Augsburg 1959-1990, 1992-1996
19 John "Snooks" Kelley 36 501 249 15 .665 Boston College 1933-1942, 1947-1972
20* Bill O'Neill 28 469 295 49 .607 Salem State 1982-2010
21* Bob Emery 21 465 146 48 .742 SUNY Plattsburgh 1990-2010
22* Dick Umile 20 460 236 78 .650 New Hampshire 1991-2010
23 Murray Armstrong 21 460 215 31 .674 Denver 1957-1977
24 Doug Ross 27 457 294 43 .603 Ohio 1977; Kent State 1979-81; Alabama-Huntsville 1985-2007
25* Joe Marsh 25 455 377 67 .543 St. Lawrence 1986-2010
26 John Dunham 33 441 306 34 .586 Trinity (Conn.) 1975-2007
27* Terry Meagher 27 440 210 43 .666 Bowdoin 1984-2010
28 Bill Wilkinson 26 437 469 81 .484 Western Mich. 1983-99; Wayne State 2000-08
29* Dean Fuller 26 436 220 38 .656 Fitchburg St. 1985-2010
30 Shawn Walsh 17 423 188 47 .679 Maine 1985-2001
31* Terry Skrypek 23 415 194 45 .669 St. Thomas (Minn.) 1988-2010
32 John Gasparini 17 407 270 26 .597 North Dakota 1978-94
33 Mike Gilligan 25 407 337 47 .544 Salem St. 1976-81; Vermont

1985-03

34 Craig Dahl 24 408 402 57 .503 Bethel (Minn.) 1981-1985; Wisconsin-River Falls 1986; St. Cloud St. 1988-2006
35 Bob Johnson 19 406 248 27 .616 Colorado College 1964-66; Wisconsin 1967-1982
36* Rich Gotkin 22 399 272 52 .588 Mercyhurst 1989-2010
37 Doug Woog 14 390 188 40 .663 Minnesota 1986-99
38 Amo Bessone 31 387 458 22 .459 Michigan Tech 1949-51; Michigan St. 1952-79
39 Ned Harkness 23 384 131 11 .740 Rensselaer 1950-63; Cornell 1964-70; Union (N.Y.) 1976-1978
40 Don Olson 31 377 399 41 .487 St. Mary's (Minn.) 1977-1989, 1991-2008
41 Mike Sertich 21 375 397 53 .487 Minnesota Duluth 1983-00; Michigan Tech 2001-2003
42* Tim Coghlin 17 365 104 39 .757 St. Norbert 1994-2010
43 Charlie Holt 18 364 210 15 .631 New Hampshire 1968-1985
44 William J. Riley Jr. 22 363 270 22 .571 UMass-Lowell 1970-1991
45 Paul Duffy 25 356 317 32 .528 SUNY Geneseo 1977-2001
46 Tim Taylor 30 354 467 57 .436 Yale 1977-06
47 Vic Heyliger 24 352 157 19 .685 Illinois 1940-1943, Michigan 1944-56; Air Force 1969-1974
48* Tony Fritz 32 351 428 44 .453 Lake Forest 1979-2010
49 Brian Cavanaugh 24 341 306 57 .525 Canisius 1981-1982, 1984-2005
50 Jack Arena 27 340 278 45 .547 Amherst 1984-2010
51 William McCormick 35 336 355 21 .487 Williams 1955-1989
52 Jerry Welsh 20 328 381 56 .465 Ohio State 1976-1095
53 Sid Watson 24 326 210 11 .606 Bowdoin 1960-1983
54 Bill Cleary 19 325 200 22 .614 Harvard 1972-90
55 Glenn Thomaris 19 318 197 26 .612 Elmira 1988-01; SUNY Potsdam 2003-07
56 Ralph C. Weiland 21 316 172 17 .643 Harvard 1951-71
57 Eddie Jeremiah 26 308 247 12 .554 Dartmouth 1938-1942, 1946-1963, 1965-1967
58* Jeff Meredith 319 228 57 .575 SUNY Fredonia 1989-2010
59 Don Cahoon 317 352 65 .476 Lehigh 1974; Norwich 1980-1982; Princeton 1992-2000; Massachusetts 2001-2010
60 Lefty Smith 19 307 320 31 .490 Notre Dame 1969-1987
61 Mark Morris 306 156 42 .649 Clarkson 1989-2002
62 Phil Grady 304 260 35 .537 Hamilton 1985-2008
63 Don Unger 303 184 14 .619 SUNY Oswego 1981-1997
64 Brush Christiansen 303 241 33 .554 Alaska-Anchorage 1980-1996
65 Mark Mazzoleni 16 302 207 43 .586 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1986-1991; Miami (Ohio) 1995-1999; Harvard 2000-2004
66* Rand Pecknold 16 301 201 47 .591 Quinnipiac 1995-2010
67* Bruce Marshall 22 301 336 60 .475 Connecticut 1989-2010

References[edit | edit source]

  1. NCAA Career Statistics. NCAA. Retrieved on 2010-06-21.
  2. All-Time Coaching Records. USCHO. Retrieved on 2010-06-22.
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