List of college men's ice hockey coaches with 400 wins

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This is a list of men's college ice hockey coaches with 400 career wins.

Jerry York, who has coached men's ice hockey for 43 years at Clarkson University, Bowling Green State University and Boston College is the all-time leader with 984 wins.

With 894 wins in 40 years at Boston University, Jack Parker is the all-time leader in wins with a single program.

Among the coaches with at least 400 wins, the leader in winning percentage is Tim Coghlin of St. Norbert College in Wisconsin. Coghlin has a .769 winning percentage in 22 years at St. Norbert.

The all-time leader in losses among college ice hockey coaches is Rick Comley with 615 losses in 38 seasons as a head coach at Lake Superior State, Northern Michigan, and Michigan State.

List of coaches with at least 400 wins[edit]

Key[edit]

* Active as of 2014–15

Coaches with 400 career wins[edit]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2014–15 college men's ice hockey season.[1][2][3]
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1* Jerry York 44 1002 595 108 .617 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 40 894 475 115 .641 Boston University (1974–2013)
4* Red Berenson 31 810 399 84 .659 Michigan (1984–present)
5 Rick Comley 38 783 615 110 .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* Mike McShane 34 679 332 62 .662 St. Lawrence (1981–85), Providence (1986–1994), Norwich (1996–present)
8* Don Lucia 27 674 357 97 .641 Alaska-Fairbanks (1988–1993), Colorado College (1994–1999), Minnesota (2000–present)
9 Len Ceglarski 34 672 341 36 .658 Clarkson (1958–1972), Boston College (1973–1992)
10 Jeff Sauer 31 655 532 57 .549 Colorado College (1971–1982), Wisconsin (1982–2002)
11* Bill Beaney 35 602 260 59 .686 New England College (1978–84), Middlebury (1987–present)
12 George Gwozdecky 27 593 391 85 .594 Wisconsin–River Falls (1981–1984), Miami (1989–1994), Denver (1994–2013)
13* John Rolli 31 570 209 39 .721 Mass. Dartmouth (1985–present)
14* Bob Emery 26 562 177 58 .742 SUNY Plattsburgh (1990–present)
15* Dick Umile 25 558 315 97 .625 New Hampshire (1991–present)
16 John MacInnes 26 555 295 39 .646 Michigan Tech (1957–1982)
17* Bill O'Neill 34 545 344 60 .606 Salem State (1982–present)
18 Jack Riley 36 542 343 20 .610 Army (1950–1986)
19 Don Brose 30 536 335 79 .606 Minnesota State-Mankato (1970–1983, 1985–2000)
20* Terry Meagher 32 529 245 54 .671 Bowdoin (1984–present)
21 Don Roberts 32 515 278 25 .645 Gustavus Adolphus (1964–1996)
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 31 495 283 49 .628 Fitchburg St. (1985–present)
25* Rick Gotkin 27 493 352 76 .577 Mercyhurst (1989–present)
26* Tim Coghlin 22 482 128 49 .769 St. Norbert (1994–present)
27 Joe Marsh 26 468 398 73 .537 St. Lawrence (1986–2011)
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* Jack Arena 32 427 313 58 .571 Amherst (1984–present)
33 Shawn Walsh 17 423 188 47 .679 Maine (1985–2001)
34 Terry Skrypek 23 418 197 46 .667 St. Thomas (Minn.) (1988–2010)
35* Rand Pecknold 21 414 260 75 .603 Quinnipiac (1994–present)
36 Charlie Holt 24 412 313 22 .566 Colby (1962–1968), New Hampshire (1968–1986)
37* Jeff Jackson 16 408 196 65 .658 Lake Superior State (1990–96), Notre Dame (2005–present)
38 Mike Gilligan 25 407 337 47 .544 Salem St. (1976–1981), Yale (1983–1984), Vermont (1985–2003)
38 Craig Dahl 24 407 402 57 .503 Bethel (Minn.) (1981–1985), Wisconsin–River Falls (1985–1986), St. Cloud State (1988–2006)
38 John Gasparini 17 407 270 26 .597 North Dakota (1978–94)
41 Bob Johnson 19 406 248 27 .616 Colorado College (1964–66), Wisconsin (1967–1975, 1976–1982)
42 Bob Daniels 24 415 422 95 .496 Ferris State (1992–present)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved August 31, 2015. 
  2. ^ "All-Time Coaching Records". USCHO. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 
  3. ^ "Men's Ice Hockey Coaching Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2015. Retrieved March 9, 2016.