Harvard's Stone, Middlebury's Mandigo Celebrate Milestone Wins
Two of the NCAA’s most successful women’s hockey coaches made history in the last week by recording milestone victories:
Harvard University’s Katey Stone became the first female head coach in NCAA history to win 500 games when the Crimson defeated Brown, 5-2, on November 13 in Prov-idence. Now in her 27th year with the Crimson, Stone has compiled a record of 500-256-54 at Harvard. A 1989 grad-uate of the University of New Hampshire, Stone served as the U.S. Olympic head coach for the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia, leading the U.S. to a silver medal.
Middlebury College’s Bill Mandigo became the first NCAA women’s ice hockey coach to win 600 games when his Panthers defeated Connecticut College, 6-0, on Satur-day, November 20, at home. Mandigo, now in his 34th year, has compiled a phenomenal record of 600-158-48 (.774 winning percentage). He is a 1983 graduate of Wesleyan University.