|Born||July 25, 1945|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|1984 NCAA Championship|
2001 NCAA Championship
2008 NCAA Championship
2010 NCAA Championship
2012 NCAA Championship
ECAC Regular Season Championship (1977)
CCHA Regular Season Championship (1982, 1983, 1984, 1987)
CCHA Tournament Championship (1988)
Hockey East Regular Season Championship (2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018)
Hockey East Tournament Championship (1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012)
Beanpot Championship (2001, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016)
|1977 Spencer Penrose Division I Coach of the Year|
1982 CCHA Coach of the Year
2004 Hockey East Coach of the Year
2010 Lester Patrick Trophy
2011 Hockey East Coach of the Year
2014 Hockey East Coach of the Year
2018 Hockey East Coach of the Year
Jerry York (born July 25, 1945) is the men's ice hockey coach at Boston College. York is the winningest active coach in NCAA hockey, and leads the all-time list as the only Division I head coach with over 1,000 wins (as of 2018). He has won the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey title five times as a coach, at Bowling Green State University in 1984 and BC in 2001, 2008, 2010 and 2012 tying him with Murray Armstrong for second-most all-time behind only Vic Heyliger (6). York received the Spencer Penrose Trophy for being named Division I Coach of the Year in 1977.
York's coaching career began at Clarkson as an assistant coach. In the 1972 York became the head coach when he took over the job from Len Ceglarski who had accepted the head coaching job at BC. York coached at Clarkson for 7 years, winning the ECAC regular season title in 1977.
In 1979 York moved from Clarkson to Bowling Green, taking over from Ron Mason. In 15 seasons at the school, he compiled nine 20-win seasons, 4 CCHA regular season titles, 1 CCHA tournament title, 6 NCAA tournament appearances, and a national title in 1984.
York returned to his alma mater, Boston College, in 1994, and began rebuilding the program. In the 1997–98 season, BC surprised the college hockey world by reaching the NCAA title game. In 23 years, York has led the Eagles to nine Hockey East regular season titles in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, nine Hockey East tournament titles in 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, nine Beanpot titles in 2001, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, twelve NCAA tournament appearances, and four national titles in 2001 by beating North Dakota, 2008 by beating Notre Dame, 2010 by beating Wisconsin and 2012 by beating Ferris State University. His 2001 title was BC's first national title since 1949, and only the second in the storied program's then 81-year history. York's BC teams have had twelve Frozen Four appearances in fifteen years from 1998 to 2016. During that span, BC has played in the National Championship Game eight times. BC lost four national title games to Michigan in 1998, to North Dakota in 2000, to Wisconsin in 2006, and to Michigan State in 2007.
On November 7, 2013, York signed a contract extension to stay as the head coach of Boston College through 2020, which would be his 46th season coaching and 26th at BC.
During the 2014–15 season at Boston College, York passed legendary John "Snooks" Kelley, whom he played under as a student athlete, for most programs win all-time at Boston College. Kelley had 501 victories for the Eagles.
On January 22, 2016, York earned his 1000th career win as a head coach, becoming the first coach in NCAA Division I ice hockey history to reach this milestone.
Head coaching record
|Clarkson Golden Knights (ECAC Hockey) (1972–1979)|
|1972–73||Clarkson||18–15–0||11–9–0||T-6th||ECAC Third Place Game (Win)|
|1976–77||Clarkson||26–8–0||19–4–0||1st||ECAC Third Place Game (Loss)|
|Bowling Green Falcons (CCHA) (1979–1994)|
|1979–80||Bowling Green||16–20–2||9–11–0||4th||CCHA Semifinals|
|1980–81||Bowling Green||13–24–2||10–12–0||4th||CCHA Semifinals|
|1981–82||Bowling Green||27–13–2||20–7–1||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|1982–83||Bowling Green||28–8–4||24–5–3||1st||CCHA Runner-Up|
|1983–84||Bowling Green||34–8–2||22–4–2||1st||NCAA Champion|
|1984–85||Bowling Green||21–21–0||17–15–0||4th||CCHA Consolation Game (Loss)|
|1985–86||Bowling Green||28–14–0||23–9–0||2nd||CCHA Consolation Game (Win)|
|1986–87||Bowling Green||33–10–2||24–6–2||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|1987–88||Bowling Green||30–13–2||19–11–2||2nd||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|1988–89||Bowling Green||26–18–3||15–14–3||5th||NCAA First Round|
|1989–90||Bowling Green||25–17–2||20–10–2||3rd||NCAA First Round|
|1990–91||Bowling Green||15–23–2||13–17–2||6th||CCHA Quarterfinals|
|1992–93||Bowling Green||19–21–1||12–7–1||7th||CCHA Second Round|
|1993–94||Bowling Green||19–17–2||15–13–2||6th||CCHA Second Round|
|Boston College Eagles (Hockey East) (1994–present)|
|1994–95||Boston College||11–22–2||8–14–2||8th||Hockey East Play-In|
|1995–96||Boston College||16–17–3||12–10–2||5th||Hockey East Quarterfinals|
|1996–97||Boston College||15–19–4||9–12–3||6th||Hockey East Third Place Game (Tie)|
|1997–98||Boston College||28–9–5||15–5–4||2nd||NCAA Runner-Up|
|1998–99||Boston College||27–12–4||15–7–2||3rd||NCAA Frozen Four|
|1999–00||Boston College||29–12–1||15–8–1||3rd||NCAA Runner-Up|
|2000–01||Boston College||33–8–2||17–5–2||1st||NCAA Champion|
|2001–02||Boston College||18–18–2||10–13–1||6th||Hockey East Quarterfinals|
|2002–03||Boston College||24–11–4||16–6–2||T-1st||NCAA Regional Finals|
|2003–04||Boston College||29–9–4||17–4–3||1st||NCAA Frozen Four|
|2004–05||Boston College||26–7–7||14–3–7||1st||NCAA Regional Finals|
|2005–06||Boston College||26–13–3||17–8–2||2nd||NCAA Runner-Up|
|2006–07||Boston College||29–12–1||18–8–1||2nd||NCAA Runner-Up|
|2007–08||Boston College||25–11–8||11–9–7||4th||NCAA Champion|
|2008–09||Boston College||18–14–5||11–11–5||6th||Hockey East Semifinals|
|2009–10||Boston College||29–10–3||16–8–3||2nd||NCAA Champion|
|2010–11||Boston College||30–8–1||20–6–1||1st||NCAA Regional Semifinals|
|2011–12||Boston College||33–10–1||19–7–1||1st||NCAA Champion|
|2012–13||Boston College||22–12–4||15–9–3||2nd||NCAA Regional Semifinals|
|2013–14||Boston College||28–8–4||16–2–2||1st||NCAA Frozen Four|
|2014–15||Boston College||21–14–3||12–7–3||T-2nd||NCAA Regional Semifinals|
|2015–16||Boston College||28–8–5||15–2–5||T-1st||NCAA Frozen Four|
|2016–17||Boston College||21–15–4||13–6–3||T-1st||Hockey East Finals|
|2017–18||Boston College||20–14–3||18–6–0||1st||Hockey East Semifinals|
|2018–19||Boston College||14–22–3||10–11–3||7th||Hockey East Runner-Up|
Postseason invitational champion
Awards and honors
|All-ECAC Hockey Second Team||1966–67|
|AHCA East All-American||1966–67|
|ECAC Hockey All-Tournament Second Team||1967|
York is married to fellow Boston College graduate Bobbie (née O'Brien). They have two adult children.
- Kloke, Joshua (January 22, 2016). "Boston College coach Jerry York becomes first in NCAA to 1,000 wins". Sports Illustrated.
- Santaniello, Gary (April 6, 2016). "Coach Has Long Association With Boston College and Success". The New York Times.
- "Jerry York Profile". Boston College Eagles Official Athletic Site. Retrieved April 28, 2010.
- "A special spirit". Boston College. November 29, 2017. Retrieved December 5, 2018.
- Dave Hendrickson (December 4, 1996). "Jerry York: The Road to 500 Wins". USCHO.com. Retrieved April 28, 2010.[permanent dead link]
- Kevin Armstrong (February 4, 2009). "Jerry York creates hockey power at Boston College". SI.com. Retrieved April 28, 2010.
- "York Agrees to Contract Extension Through 2019-20". Boston College Athletics. November 7, 2013.
- Sullivan, Michael (January 22, 2016). "Jerry York Becomes First College Hockey Coach to Win 1,000 Games". The Heights.
- "925 — Saluting College Hockey's Winningest Coach" (PDF). Boston College. January 2013.
|Awards and achievements|
| NCAA Ice Hockey Scoring Champion
1966–67 (with Herb Wakabayashi)
| Spencer Penrose Award
| CCHA Coach of the Year
Mark Dennehy/Dick Umile
| Bob Kullen Coach of the Year Award