Colorado College hockey parts ways with head coach Mike Haviland
Haviland coached the Tigers for seven seasons
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - After seven seasons at the helm of Colorado College Tigers hockey, Mike Haviland is heading out.
Colorado College announced Haviland “decided to move on from his position” in a press release Saturday night. CC Vice President and Athletic Director Leslie Irvine said the school reached a “mutual agreement” to part ways.
“We are thankful for Mike’s service and commitment to the student-athletes, program and college over the last seven years,” Irvine said in a statement. “We wish him well as he transitions to future opportunities.”
Haviland finishes his tenure with a 67-153-22 record at Colorado College, never breaking .500 in a single season. The Tigers only won one playoff series with Haviland as head coach, beating Western Michigan in 2019. The 2020-2021 Tigers finished with a 4-17-2 record.
The Tigers said a national search for Haviland’s replacement will begin immediately.
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