Fogarty named Princeton hockey coach
Joe Dumais will be staying with NCAA hockey-champion Union.
Princeton has named Ron Fogarty its new head coach, the school announced today. Fogarty, who was the head coach at Division III Adrian (Mich.) College replaces Bob Prier, who resigned last month after three seasons.
Dumais was a finalists for the position. He has consistently declined comment on the situation.
Dumais joined the Union staff in 2011 after working as an assistant coach at Connecticut for four seasons. He played at Quinnipiac from 2002 to 2006. He served as acting head coach during Bennett’s four-game suspension for his role in the Mayor’s Cup postgame brawl against RPI. Union went 3-1 under Dumais’ guidance.
Fogarty is familiar with ECAC Hockey. He played at Colgate from 1991-95. He started his coaching career with the Raiders in 1996. In 1999, he became an assistant coach at Clarkson and stayed there until 2002, when he joined the Bowling Green staff as an assistant coach.
At Adrian, Fogarty compiled a 167-23-10 record in seven years. The Bulldogs competed in the NCAA tournament four times in the last five years and was the national runner-up in 2010-11.
Holy Cross is the only Division I coaching position open.