Sources: Princeton Will Hire Ron Fogarty as Head Coach
CHN Staff Report
Princeton will announce it has hired Ron Fogarty as its next head coach, according to multiple sources.
An official announcement will come at a 3 p.m. press conference on Tuesday.
Fogarty, a Colgate alumnus, has been the head coach at Adrian (D-III) since 2007, when he left his position as an assistant coach at Clarkson to start the new program.
In seven seasons behind the bench, Fogarty has compiled a 167-23-10 record, including six regular-season championships, five NCHA tournament championships and four appearances in the NCAA tournament.
Fogarty, a 5-foot-8 center at Colgate from 1991-95, had a brief minor-league playing career before returning to his alma mater to start coaching. He later was an assistant coach at Clarkson and Bowling Green.
Fogarty had 51 goals and 140 points in four seasons with the Raiders.