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New Hampshire women add former Castleton coach Bowes as new assistant coach

New Hampshire announced recently that Bill Bowes has been hired as a new assistant coach for the Wildcats’ women’s program.

Bowes comes to UNH from Castleton, where as head coach he led the Spartans to a single-season high 16 wins last season when Castleton finished as ECAC East runner-up and two student-athletes became the first in program history to receive All-America recognition.

“I am thrilled to accept this position at the University of New Hampshire,” Bowes said in a news release. “I feel extremely fortunate to have this opportunity of working with the elite women’s hockey players of the world and the chance to work with two of the best and brightest women coaches (head coach Hillary Witt and assistant Stephanie Jones) in the game today.

“My name is one of the most famous names in UNH coaching history and I have had nothing to do with it. My hope is that I can do my small part to help make the name Hilary Witt as revered and respected as the former UNH football coach.”

Castleton associate dean for athletics and recreation Deanna Tyson praised Bowes for his work at the school.

“Bill guided our women’s hockey program to another level in his three seasons here,” said Tyson in a statement. “Our student-athletes gained national recognition on the ice and excelled in the classroom and the community under his leadership. He will be greatly missed and I wish him all the best at UNH.”


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