Colgate announced Wednesday afternoon that Scott Wiley has resigned from his position as head women’s hockey coach.
“We would like to thank Scott for his 10 years of service as a head coach,” stated Colgate director of athletics David Roach in a statement. “We wish him well thank him for all he has contributed to the women’s ice hockey program, to the university and to the community. We wish him and his family the best in his future endeavors.”
During his 10 seasons, Wiley recorded an overall record of 137-174-34, including a 19-14-3 mark during the 2008-09 season in which the 19 wins became a program record. The Raiders also reached the ECAC playoffs in eight of his 10 seasons, including the semifinals during the 2006-07 season.
Wiley, who was named the 2003-04 ECAC coach of the year, joined the Colgate staff as a volunteer assistant coach in 1999 before serving as a full-time assistant for the next two seasons. Wiley began as Colgate’s head coach when the team was in just its second year as a Division I program back in 2002-03.