Rand Pecknold

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Rand Pecknold
Sport(s) Ice hockey
Biographical details
Born Bedford, New Hampshire
Playing career
1986-1990 Connecticut College
Position(s) Defence
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1991-93
1994–present
Connecticut College (assistant)
Quinnipiac University
Head coaching record
Overall 414-260-76
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Awards
Records
Quinnipiac school record for wins: (414)

Rand Pecknold is an American ice hockey coach. He is currently the head coach of the Quinnipiac Bobcats men's ice hockey team.[1] He took over the program at Quinnipiac in 1994 and led the transition from Division 2 to Division 1. Since moving to Division 1 in the 1998-1999 season he has led the Bobcats to 17 consecutive winning seasons the longest stretch after Michigan's streak of 25 years was broken in the 2012-13 season. In the 19th season behind the bench he led the Bobcats to the 2013 Frozen Four where they lost the National Championship to arch rival Yale. In the 2014-2015 season Coach Rand Pecknold reached 400 career wins, making him the 33rd D1 Head Coach to reach such a feat.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Quinnipiac (Divison II Independent) (1994-1995–1997-1998)
1994-1995 Quinnipiac 6-15-1
1995-1996 Quinnipiac 11-12-4
1996-1997 Quinnipiac 13-12-2
1997-1998 Quinnipiac 19-3-1
Quinnipiac: 49-42-8
Quinnipiac (MAAC) (1998-1999–2002-2003)
1998-1999 Quinnipiac 26-6-2 22-4-2 1st MAAC Semifinals
1999-2000 Quinnipiac 27-6-3 23-1-2 1st MAAC Semifinals
2000-2001 Quinnipiac 22-11-4 17-7-2 2nd MAAC Runner-Up
2001-2002 Quinnipiac 20-13-5 15-6-5 2nd NCAA First Round
2002-2003 Quinnipiac 22-13-1 18-7-1 2nd MAAC Runner-Up
Quinnipiac: 117-49-15 95-25-12
Quinnipiac (Atlantic Hockey) (2003-2004–2004-2005)
2003-2004 Quinnipiac 15-14-6 12-6-6 3rd Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals
2004-2005 Quinnipiac 21-13-3 16-6-2 1st Atlantic Hockey Runner-Up
Quinnipiac: 36-27-9 28-12-8
Quinnipiac (ECAC Hockey) (2005-2006–Present)
2005-2006 Quinnipiac 20-18-1 8-13-1 10th ECAC Quarterfinals
2006-2007 Quinnipiac 21-14-5 10-8-4 5th ECAC Runner-Up
2007-2008 Quinnipiac 20-15-4 9-9-4 6th ECAC Quarterfinals
2008-2009 Quinnipiac 18-18-3 9-10-3 7th ECAC Quarterfinals
2009-2010 Quinnpiac 20-18-2 11-11-0 7th ECAC Quarterfinals
2010-2011 Quinnipiac 16-15-8 6-9-7 8th ECAC Quarterfinals
2011-2012 Quinnipiac 20-14-6 9-8-5 5th ECAC Quarterfinals
2012-2013 Quinnipiac 30-8-5 17-2-3 1st NCAA Runner-Up
2013-2014 Quinnipiac 24-10-6 12-6-4 3rd NCAA First Round
2014-2015 Quinnipiac 23-12-4 16-3-3 1st NCAA First Round
Quinnipiac University: 414-260-76
Total: 414-260-76

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Paul Pearl
Atlantic Hockey Coach of the Year
2004-05
Succeeded by
Brian Riley
Preceded by
Rick Bennett
Tim Taylor Award
2012-13
Succeeded by
Don Vaughan