College Hockey:
Assistant coach Warde leaves Alabama-Huntsville for same Army job

Mike Warde has left his job as an assistant coach at Alabama-Huntsville for a similar job at Army.

“We are excited to have Mike back at West Point,” Army head coach Brian Riley said in a statement. “He understands what West Point stands for, the caliber of player we recruit and the exacting standards the cadets are held to. His knowledge of Army hockey will certainly be an asset behind the bench and while recruiting.”

Warde, an Iona graduate, was the top assistant for the Chargers last season and served as recruiting coordinator and worked with the special team’s units. At Army, he will play a large role in the Black Knights’ recruiting efforts and video analysis while working with the team on and off the ice.

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  • J.Stuhr

    Mike Warde is a class-act guy and I wish him all the best. He will be missed at Alabama-Huntsville

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