Colorado College announced Saturday night that Mike Haviland has decided to move on from his position as head hockey coach.
The school and Haviland reached a mutual agreement on Friday, March 19.
“We are thankful for Mike’s service and commitment to the student-athletes, program and college over the last seven years,” Colorado College VP and director of athletics Lesley Irvine said in a statement. “We wish him well as he transitions to future opportunities.”
Haviland compiled a 67-153-22 record in seven seasons at Colorado College, including a 35-111-20 mark in NCHC play.
He led the 2017-18 team to a tie for fifth place in the NCHC, then guided the Tigers to 17 victories in 2018-19, the most in one season since the ’12-13 campaign (18). CC also won the Pikes Peak Trophy with a 6-1 victory over Air Force, claimed the Gold Pan with a 2-1-1 regular-season record against in-state rival Denver, and advanced to the NCHC Frozen Faceoff for the first time as a member of the league during the ’18-19 campaign.
The Tigers ended the 2020-21 season with a 4-17-2 record.
A national search for the Tigers’ next head coach will commence immediately.