College Hockey:
Robert Morris Women Add Bittle to Staff

Robert Morris has hired former Colonials men’s player Logan Bittle as an assistant coach with the school’s women’s team.

After four years at Robert Morris from 2004 to 2008, Bittle played professionally in the ECHL and EPHL.

“I am very excited to have Logan joining our program,” Robert Morris coach Nate Handrahan said in a statement. “I believe he will bring a lot of assets to the table in helping our players develop as well as assisting in recruiting elite players around the world.”

Bittle has the first game-winning goal in Colonials’ men’s history, scored against Canisius on Oct. 22, 2004. He graduated from Robert Morr

is in the spring of 2008 with a degree in sport management.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to start my coaching career at RMU and am looking forward to working with Nate and Scott [Spencer] to continue to improve on the success that the women’s team has already had,” Bittle said.

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