Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Mark Digby, who spent 4 seasons as Brockport's assistant coach after a swell 4 year career on the ice for Brockport, is moving on.

The likable fellow, who is well-respected by players and fans alike, is taking on the assistant coaching role at Oswego.

Although it is a real downer to see him go, I am very happy for him. He is moving to a program that year-in, year-out is among the best of the best in Division III.

Digby provided many memorable moments for the program. He scored 41 goals and recorded 43 assists for 84 points in 96 career games and was the team captain his junior (03-04) and senior seasons (04-05). He was selected to SUNYAC All-Conference Team in 2004-05 and named SUNYAC Player of the Week three times throughout that season in which he scored a stellar 19 goals.

Coach Dickinson and the Athletic Department are currently looking for a replacement. To some, it may seem a little late in the off-season to be looking. But, fear not: Brockport's recent success and this year's great recruiting class will make the College a great destination for anyone looking for an assistant coaching position.