College Hockey:
Ex-Fredonia assistant Manastersky tabbed as Curry’s new coach

Curry has named former Fredonia assistant T.J. Manastersky its new head coach.

“I am grateful for this opportunity to coach the Curry College hockey team and to serve as a mentor for the outstanding young men in the program,” said Manastersky in a statement. “I am excited to join the Curry College family and to begin working with my new players. I will take great pride in leading the program and look forward to establishing an environment conducive to athletic, academic and social growth and integrity.”

Manastersky comes to Curry after a four-year stint as assistant coach at Fredonia. He also spent time working for Canisius, where he was responsible for coordination of video analysis and academic monitoring, while assisting in all facets of the program, including recruiting, strength and conditioning, skill development, practice planning and game-day preparation.

Manastersky played collegiately for Oswego from 2004-06 and after graduation, played with the Richmond Renegades of the Southern Professional Hockey League.

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