Hamilton Men's Hockey Coach Phil Grady Resigns

By Sports WKTV

After 24 seasons on the bench, Phil Grady has resigned as head coach of the Hamilton College Men's hockey program. He resigned citing health concerns and family circumstances over the last year. While his team struggled this season with a 5-18-1 record, his teams have had tremndous success over the last two and a half decades. In his 24 years at the helm, coach Grady's Continentals made the post season 18 times. He finishes with 304 wins, 260 losses and 34 ties. He will not be severing ties to the college as he plans to work with Athletic Director John Hind in the future. A national search will begin immediately for his successor.

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