College Hockey:
Nichols Coach Resigns

— John Snyder resigned as head coach at Nichols, after the Bison ended their season with a 7-5 loss against Worcester State last Tuesday night. Assistant coach Mark Jago has been named the program’s interim head coach.

Snyder took over as head coach shortly before the start of the 1999-2000 season. Nichols finished that year with an 0-21 record. The Bison were 4-19 this season.

Jago has been an assistant for the Bison for the past two seasons. He is a graduate of Suffolk University and has been involved with the game of hockey as both a player and coach for the last 25 years.

Jago’s work with the defense showed this year, as the Bisons allowed 53 fewer goals against from last season.

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