College Hockey:
Mankato Lets Women’s Coach Go

— MSU-Mankato announced it will not be renewing the contract of women’s coach Todd Carroll.

Carroll was the first head coach of the women’s program and spearheaded the move for the Mavericks to join the Women’s WCHA.

“On behalf of the University and Department of Athletics, we wish to express our appreciation for what Coach Carroll has provided to Minnesota State Univeristy over the past four years,” said athletic director Don Amiot. “We wish him the best in future endeavors.”

This past season, the Mavericks finished 2-31-2 (0-23-1 WCHA). The Mavericks were 8-25-2 two seasons ago, their first at the Division I level.

A search for a new head coach will commence immediately.

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