Richard Reichenbach has been selected as the new head coach and his wife will be the assistant. He will be receiving $50K annually. His wife Sara is expecting their first child in September. Nice to have this finalized so the team can move forward. The class of 2018 was named a couple of months a go (five players). Here's a link.
Last edited by Runsub5; 07-13-2014 at 08:17 AM. Reason: added link.
A one year contract....is that typical for a Women's Head Hockey Coach at Maine?
Kevin Houle makes better than $75K just as one example.
50k for the Head Coaching Job,what does the Assistant get paid? And did Maria Lewis ever get back into Womens Hockey? I think she was a Good Coach and will sometime in the future get another shot at Coaching...she let a golden job go by the wayside(Vermont @ 100k)in staying at Maine for 45k and a very under funded program. I still can't believe that this Program can't get on track and be a solid Program...but under funded and really no support imo by the University. You can changes Coaches all you want...but if the program lacks support then it will always be behind the 8-ball.
My daughter is playing with Maine player Jillian Langtry this weekend in Blaine,Mn. Playing for the championship in the International Cup. Nice player and really nice kid with great parents.
Maine announces the hiring of assistant coach Kendall Newell. She has spent the past 4 years with Banff Academy. She was a goal tender with St. Cloud State in her college career. Welcome to Maine Kendall.
Nice start to the season with last week's win over UNH, and last night's OT win over RMU.
Maine's five goals so far have been spread among 5 skaters--2 seniors, a junior, a sophomore, and the OT game winner by a freshman.
Crap, I jinxed 'em. Offense didn't show up today. RMU tops Black Bears 1 to zip.
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