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Buckeyes elevate assistant as new hockey coach PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 24 April 2013 13:24

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State has elevated assistant coach Steve Rohlik (RAH'-lik) as head men's ice hockey coach, replacing the fired Mark Osiecki.

Rohlik has been the associate head coach for the Ohio State program the last three seasons under Osiecki, who was fired last week after a disagreement with athletic director Gene Smith and the administration.

Rohlik has 16 years of experience as a Division I coach at Minnesota Duluth and Nebraska-Omaha. During his career, he has recruited and/or coached two Hobey Baker Award winners, 12 All-Americans and 18 players who have reached the NHL. He will help usher the Buckeyes into the new Big Ten hockey conference this fall.


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