UMass athletic director Ryan Bamford confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Carvel, formerly the head coach at St. Lawrence, will become the 13th Minutemen coach in program history.
Harvard associate head coach Paul Pearl is a leading candidate for the position with the Minutemen, according to Adam Wodon of College Hockey News.
Updates on the UMass coaching search and from around Hockey East.
After John Micheletto was fired following the Minutemen’s season, UMass is looking for a fresh start to put its program back in the national conversation.
After both hockey coach John Micheletto and women’s basketball coach Sharon Dawley were fired Sunday morning, Bamford proved that he isn’t willing to accept mediocrity for UMass athletics.
UMass AD Ryan Bamford discusses Sunday’s coaching firings, replacement searching process in conference call
Both hockey coach John Micheletto and women’s basketball coach Sharon Dawley were dismissed Sunday after disappointing seasons.
The University announced Sunday morning that it had relieved hockey coach John Micheletto and women’s basketball coach Sharon Dawley of their duties.
The Minutemen face a do-or-die situation Saturday night after losing game one in a best-of-three series.
The Minutemen will look to put the regular season behind them when they head to Boston for a first round matchup with the Terriers
The Minutemen, who were eying a trip to nationals, instead lost 3-1 Saturday night.
The Minutemen ended their season with a 6-0 loss at Providence College Saturday night, claiming the last seed in the upcoming Hockey East tournament.
The Minutemen fell to a superior Providence team Friday night at Mullins Center on Senior Night.
After a scoreless opening 20 minutes, the Friars went on to score two goals each in the next two periods.
The senior played his final three years of collegiate hockey with the Minutemen after spending his first year at Ohio State.
The Minutemen suffered a tough loss heading into the Northeast Regional Tournament, which will be held next weekend.
The Minutemen dropped a 4-2 decision to No. 11 UMass Lowell Friday night at Tsongas Center, giving the River Hawks a 3-0 season sweep over UMass.
The Minutemen allowed three power play goals to the Huskies in their latest defeat.
On a cold and windy day in Amherst, the Minutemen turned in a lifeless 5-0 loss against Northeastern
The Minutemen are now winless in their last 14 Hockey East contests.