College Hockey:
Workman Steps Down at St. Scholastica

— St. Scholastica has announced the resignation of head coach Mark Workman.

St. Scholastica assistant athletic director Dave Reyelts was named interim coach through the end of the 2001-2002 season while a national search is conducted. Reyelts is also the college’s women’s soccer coach.

“We’re very appreciative of the many contributions Coach Workman has made to the program,” said athletic director Dana Moore.

Workman tallied a career record of 35-118-3 in five seasons at St. Scholastica. The 2000-2001 Saints compiled a 9-17-1 overall record and finished sixth in the Division III NCHA at 3-10-1.

Workman oversaw the team’s move into a new home rink, Mars Lakeview Arena, at the start of this past season.

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