Did not want to start a separate thread on this one.
And starting on Pg55 of doc below gives a lot of detail from the players
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St. Mary's University in Winona, MN is looking for a new head coach. Terry Mannor steps down after a long career as a student, then a coach there.
Red Berenson resigned from coaching at Michigan yesterday. I wonder if that creates some optimism that women's hockey might now have a chance of getting started at some D1 schools in that state in the near future. Many believe he was dead against women's hockey at Michigan but now he's no longer in a position to stand in the way.
Josh Brandwene has resigned from coaching, and a national search is underway for a new head coach. I have no idea why they don't let Dean Jackson take over the program.
As for Jackson, I imagine he's having the time of his life, especially getting to play with a D1 budget and facilities...
I don't know anything about ND's Brian Idalski and his coaching style, but I think Penn State is happy to have Dean Jackson's style behind the bench, and from the chatter at the games the players have really responded to Jackson, too. Penn State is probably just happy to officially have Brandwene's off-ice issues fade away with him now. I guess Penn State will run the required "search for a coach" process and then sign Jackson to a contract at the end of it all.
A pretty good news week for Penn State women's hockey - hosting the 2022 Frozen Four at Pegula Ice Arena, and a fresh start with a new head coach next season.
But why wouldnt a school with top 5 resources in all of college athletics not do a real search. top 5 pay, top 5 budget, easy auto bis every year assuming the CHA keeps 6 teams. The place ooooozes potential. Why settle for a d3 coach when you could easily steal a proven d1 coach? if he ends up the best option, hire him but in the meantime try to steal a great coach.
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