The Record also has some comments. http://www.troyrecord.com/sports/201...ter-11-seasons
Replying to the bolded part, channeling John McEnroe "You cannot be serious?"You never like to see it end the wrong way. I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve done here. I know that when we arrived, we were on our way out of having any relevance in Division I hockey, and we got it back to having a really strong six or seven years in the NCAA Tournament, top 15 in the country. Unfortunately we struggled through the last three years, and that led to the decision today.
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WRPI, 91.5 FM...usually color commentary.
At least most of the coaches mentioned know how to recruit in the northeast and have had a high profile throughout the region. The current staff was totally invisible to high school, prep and junior players (and worst of all - their advisors) throughout the northeast - and therefore RPI was therefore never even an option for most players within a 5 hour drive of Troy.
Something tells me SA had some insight on the matter as well, I don't know if he is always up tight about 50-50 calls but he wouldn't stop giving it to the ref, instantly when he saw a potential call you would hear him scream the call he thought the ref should be making about 15-20 times Saturday night. He's always so calm in postgame interviews and in the few experiences I've seen him coach in person I don't think I've ever heard yell at the refs but I don't go to every RPI game so maybe that's not that case. Continuous screams of "wake up" came Friday night although I think any coach would be screaming that with how RPI was playing, maybe I'm off on this but his calming presence seemed to be non-existent, maybe it was a last ditch effort? I do feel bad for SA but to be honest Clarkson were in a similar situation not too long ago and I wanted Roll gone, best wishes to SA and his family and I'm sure he will find his feet.
Can't thank @SethAppert enough. Helped my dreams come true and start a career. Tremendous person and coach. See you at the rink soon.— Jeremy Coupal (@JeremyCoupal) March 7, 2017
Although there may be others, it might be saying something that I only found two former players who tweeted about it.
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