Former Falcon assistant Fogarty named head hockey coach at Princeton PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 June 2014 11:55

Former Bowling Green Falcon assistant hockey coach Ron Fogarty was named the head coach at Princeton Tuesday.
Fogarty, who was at BG from 2002-06, spent the last eight seasons as the head coach at NCAA Division III Adrian College (Mich.).

The Bulldogs were 167-23-10 under Fogarty, winning six Northern College Hockey Association regular-season championships, five NCHA tournament titles and earning four berths in the NCAA playoffs.
Fogarty left BG in Ocrtober, 2006 to start the Adrian program. The Bulldogs’ first game was in the fall of 2007.
Princeton’s press conference to introduce Fogarty is Tuesday at 3 p.m.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 07:51

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