Thursday, October 11, 2012


Here's some stunning news from a SUNYAC foe, especially with the start of the new season so close...

Morrisville State College head ice hockey coach, Brian Grady, has announced his resignation after five seasons at the helm of the program.

Under direction of Grady, the Mustangs posted an overall record of 35-88-3, as he guided the program to the State University of New York Athletic Conference play-offs twice. Morrisville State posted a season best 11-13-1 record in 2010-11 since making the transition to the NCAA, and was a program best 8-7-1 in SUNYAC play that same season, reaching the conference tournament for the second time in the program’s NCAA history.

Grady coached an all-SUNYAC honorable mention selection during his time at Morrisville State. Additionally, 43 student-athletes have earned SUNYAC All-Academic Team and/or Commissioner’s List honors.

The Mustangs get underway Monday (15th) and take the ice for the first time Friday, Oct. 19, facing off against non-conference opponent Utica College in Utica.