List of college women's ice hockey coaches with 250 wins

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This is a list of women's college ice hockey coaches with 250 or more career wins. The all-time leader in wins is Bill Mandigo, head coach at Middlebury College since 1989, with a career record of 471-122-29.

Key[edit]

* Active as of 2013

Coaches with 250 career wins[edit]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2012-2013 college women's ice hockey season.[1][2]
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1* Bill Mandigo 24 471 122 29 .781 Middlebury 1989-present
2* Katey Stone 18 402 171 35 .690 Harvard 1995-present
3* Michael Sisti 13 363 99 30 .768 Mercyhurst 2000-present
4* Shannon Miller 13 348 117 39 .729 Minnesota-Duluth 1995-present
5 Laura Halldorson 16 337 142 31 .691 Colby 1990-1996; Minnesota 1998-2007
6* Heather Linstad 20 322 289 81 .524 Northeastern 1993-00; Connecticut 2001-present
7 Digit Murphy 21 318 244 57 .581 Brown 1990-2011
8* Mike Carroll[disambiguation needed] 13 314 70 23 .800 Gustavus Adolphus 2000-present
9* Mark Johnson 9 303 56 28 .819 Wisconsin 2003-present
10* Paul Flanagan 13 301 169 38 .630 St. Lawrence 2000-2008; Syracuse 2009-present
11 John Marchetti 18 294 173 26 .623 Providence 1981-94, Yale 1998-2002
12 Russ McCurdy 14 264 36 10 .868 New Hampshire 1978-1992
13 Jackie Barto 17 261 272 53 .491 Providence 1994-99, Ohio State 1999-2011
14* Bob Deraney 14 258 185 57 .573 Providence, 1999-present
15* Jeff Kampersal 17 256 215 47 .540 Princeton, 1996-present
  • Joe Cranston 15 years 261 wins 119 losses .670 winning percentage University of Wisconsin-River Falls, 2000-Present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics". NCAA. Retrieved 2012-08-10. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Ice Hockey: Women's Coaching Records" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved August 10, 2012.