College Hockey:
Haberbusch named new head coach at Hamilton

Hamilton College has named Rob Haberbusch, associate head coach at Army since 2008, its new head coach.

Haberbusch succeeds Norm Bazin, who was named head coach at Massachusetts-Lowell in late April.

“I am honored to accept the position of head hockey coach at Hamilton College,” Haberbusch said in a statement. “Hamilton’s excellent academic reputation, coupled with its storied hockey tradition, made this an easy decision. I am eager to meet the team and get started. My family and I are extremely excited to join the Hamilton community.”

A forward at Fairfield from 1989-1993, Haberbusch was originally hired as an assistant coach at Army in 2003. He was an assistant coach at Iona College during the 2002-2003 season and also served as an assistant at Findlay from 1997-2002.

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  • Bsmith

    Anyone know if Phil Grady’s son, Brian Grady (Morrisville State Head Coach and Hamilton Alumni) was interested and/or considered for the Hamilton vacancy?

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