List of college men's ice hockey coaches with 350 wins

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This is a list of men's college ice hockey coaches with 350 career wins.

All-time leaders[edit]

Jerry York, who has coached men's ice hockey at Clarkson, Bowling Green and Boston College is the all-time leader with 963 wins.

With 897 wins at Boston University, Jack Parker is the all-time leader in wins with a single program.

Among the coaches with at least 350 wins, the leader in winning percentage is Tim Coghlin of St. Norbert College in Wisconsin. Coghlin has a .769 winning percentage in 21 years at St. Norbert.

The all-time leader in losses among college ice hockey coaches is Rick Comley with 615 losses in 37 seasons as a head coach at Lake Superior State, Northern Michigan, Michigan State.

List of coaches with at least 350 wins[edit]

Key[edit]

* Active as of 2014

Coaches with 350 career wins[edit]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2013-2014 college men's ice hockey season.[1][2]
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1* Jerry York 41 963 577 102 .618 Clarkson (1973–1979), Bowling Green (1980–1994), Boston College (1994–present)
2 Ron Mason 36 924 380 83 .696 Lake Superior State (1967–1973), Bowling Green (1974–1979), Michigan State (1980–2002)
3 Jack Parker 40 897 472 115 .643 Boston University (1974–2013)
4* Red Berenson 31 788 384 84 .661 Michigan (1984–present)
5 Rick Comley 37 783 615 110 .556 Lake Superior State (1974–1976), Northern Michigan (1977–2002), Michigan State (2003–2011)
6 R.H. "Bob" Peters 36 744 313 50 .695 North Dakota (1965–1966), Bemidji State (1967–1982, 1984–2001)
7 Len Ceglarski 35 689 344 36 .661 Clarkson (1958–1972), Boston College (1973–1992)
8 Jeff Sauer 31 655 534 57 .549 Colorado College (1971–1982), Wisconsin (1982–2002)
9* Mike McShane 33 653 328 61 .656 St. Lawrence (1981–85), Providence (1986–1994), Norwich (1996–present)
10* Don Lucia 27 651 344 94 .641 Alaska-Fairbanks (1988–1993), Colorado College (1994–1999), Minnesota (2000–present)
11 George Gwozdecky 27 592 390 85 .595 Wisconsin–River Falls (1981–1984), Miami (1989–1994), Denver (1994–2013)
11* Bill Beaney 34 592 248 56 .692 New England College (1978–84), Middlebury (1987–present)
13* John Rolli 30 562 193 36 .733 Mass. Dartmouth (1985–present)
14 John MacInnes 26 555 295 39 .646 Michigan Tech (1957–1982)
15 Jack Riley 36 542 343 20 .610 Army (1950–1986)
15* Bob Emery 25 542 171 56 .741 SUNY Plattsburgh (1990–present)
17* Dick Umile 24 541 294 95 .633 New Hampshire (1991–present)
18 Don Brose 34 540 363 79 .590 Concordia (Minn.) (1959–1962), Minnesota State-Mankato (1970–1983, 1985–2000)
19* Bill O'Neill 33 532 333 57 .608 Salem State (1982–present)
20 Don Roberts 33 515 278 25 .645 Gustavus Adolphus (1964–1996)
20* Terry Meagher 31 515 237 51 .673 Bowdoin (1984–present)
22 Ed Saugestad 37 503 354 21 .585 Augsburg (1959–1996)
23 John "Snooks" Kelley 36 501 249 15 .665 Boston College (1933–1942, 1947–1972)
24* Dean Fuller 30 485 270 46 .634 Fitchburg St. (1985–present)
25 Joe Marsh 26 482 417 76 .533 St. Lawrence (1986–2012)
26* Rick Gotkin 26 474 336 72 .578 Mercyhurst (1989–present)
27* Tim Coghlin 21 462 122 47 .769 St. Norbert (1994–present)
28 Murray Armstrong 21 460 215 31 .674 Denver (1957–1977)
29 Doug Ross 27 457 294 43 .603 Ohio (1976–1977), Kent State (1979–1981), Alabama–Huntsville (1985–2007)
30 John Dunham 33 441 306 34 .586 Trinity (Conn.) (1975–2007)
31 Bill Wilkinson 26 437 469 81 .484 Western Michigan (1983–99), Wayne State (2000–08)
32 Shawn Walsh 17 423 188 47 .679 Maine (1985–2001)
33 Mike Gilligan 25 419 350 49 .542 Salem St. (1976–1981), Yale (1983–1984), Vermont (1985–2003)
34 Terry Skrypek 23 418 197 46 .667 St. Thomas (Minn.) (1988–2010)
35 Charlie Holt 24 412 313 22 .566 Colby (1962–1968), New Hampshire (1968–1986)
36 Craig Dahl 24 407 402 57 .503 Bethel (Minn.) (1981–1985), Wisconsin–River Falls (1985–1986), St. Cloud State (1988–2006)
36 John Gasparini 17 407 270 26 .597 North Dakota (1978–94)
36* Jack Arena 31 407 306 56 .566 Amherst (1984–present)
39 Bob Johnson 18 394 224 27 .632 Colorado College (1964–66), Wisconsin (1967–1975, 1976–1982)
40* Rand Pecknold 20 391 248 72 .601 Quinnipiac (1994–present)
41 Doug Woog 14 390 188 40 .663 Minnesota (1986–99)
41* Jeff Jackson 15 390 177 60 .670 Lake Superior State (1990–96), Notre Dame (2005–present)
43 Amo Bessone 31 387 458 22 .459 Michigan Tech (1949–51), Michigan State (1952–79)
44 Ned Harkness 24 384 131 11 .740 Rensselaer (1949–63), Cornell (1963–70), Union (N.Y.) (1975–1978)
45* Bob Daniels 22 379 389 87 .494 Ferris State (1992–present)
46 Don Olson 31 377 399 41 .487 St. Mary's (Minn.) (1977–1989, 1991–2008)
47 Mike Sertich 21 375 397 53 .487 Minnesota Duluth (1983–00), Michigan Tech (2001–2003)
48* Mike Schafer 19 364 208 71 .621 Cornell (1995–present)
49 William J. Riley Jr. 22 363 270 22 .571 UMass–Lowell (1970–1991)
50* Jeff Meredith 26 359 281 70 .555 Fredonia (1988–present)
51 Paul Duffy 25 356 317 32 .528 SUNY Geneseo (1977–2001)
52* Dean Blais 15 353 201 51 .626 North Dakota (1994–2004) Nebraska-Omaha (2009–present)
53 Vic Heyliger 23 352 157 19 .685 Illinois (1939–43), Michigan (1944–57), Air Force (1968–1974)
54 Tony Fritz 32 351 428 44 .453 Lake Forest (1978–2010)
54 Bruce Marshall 25 351 387 72 .478 Connecticut (1988–2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved August 7, 2012. 
  2. ^ "All-Time Coaching Records". USCHO. Retrieved 2012-08-07.