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John Harrington

Head Coach

Minnesota State University

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Background Information

Employment History

Women's Head Coach

University of Minnesota


Affiliations

U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame

Member


U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

Charter Member


U.S. National Hockey Team

Member


Minnesota NHL Alumni Association

Member


Education

St. John's University


University of Minnesota-Duluth


Web References(70 Total References)


Speakers - HTNYS Annual Conference - HANYS

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John Harrington
John Harrington John Harrington gained fame as a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team that captured the gold medal at the Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. Mr. Harrington played hockey in Lugano, Switzerland, for the 1980-1981 season before returning home to earn a spot on the U.S. National Hockey Team, representing the United States at the 1981, 1982, and 1983 World Hockey Championships. He completed his international playing career as an Alternate Captain of the 1984 U.S. Olympic Hockey team that competed in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. A member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, Harrington received the Lester Patrick Award in 1980 for outstanding service to hockey in the U.S. He is a charter member of the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, a 1990 inductee into the Minnesota Olympic Hall of Fame, a 1997 inductee into the Virginia Hall of Fame, and a 2001 inductee into the University of Minnesota-Duluth Athletic Hall of Fame. A member of the 1980 and 1984 U.S. Olympic hockey teams, Mr. Harrington guided the Saint John's University (SJU) Johnnies to a 241-142-31 (.620) record over 15 seasons. His 15 years at SJU is the longest tenure of any hockey coach in school history. The most successful hockey coach in SJU's history, Mr. Harrington coached 17 All-America selections. A 1979 graduate of the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Mr. Harrington was an assistant hockey coach at St. Cloud State University from 1990 to 1993. Prior to his move to St. Cloud, Mr. Harrington worked as an assistant coach at the University of Denver from 1984 to 1990. In 2015, he returned to college coaching after a seven-year hiatus when he was named Head Women's Hockey Coach at Minnesota State University. Mr. Harrington had left the college coaching ranks in 2008 after 24 years to pursue a professional coaching career in Europe. In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, Harrington has been involved with numerous USA Hockey summer development camps and national team coaching staffs.


Miracle on Ice Fantasy Camp Coaches | Whiteface Mountain

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John Harrington
John Harrington John Harrington played right wing for the 1980 Olympic team, earning five assists in the tournament, including assisting Mike Eruzione's game winning goal against the Russians. Harrington also went on to play for Team USA during the 1984 Olympic Winter Games. Today, he is head coach for the Minnesota State - Mankato women's hockey program.


Minnesota State Mavericks - Staff Directory

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Along the way, Buisman has been the architect of this success by defining the important leadership roles across nearly every sport, appointing or hiring current MSU coaches John Harrington (women’s hockey), Lori Wollmuth (volleyball), Jim Dilling (men’s track and field), Loren Ahonen (men’s cross country), Mike Hastings (men’s hockey), Emilee Thiesse (women’s basketball), Brian Bahl (soccer), Todd Hoffner (football), Nathan Owens (swimming and diving), Christie Williams (women’s tennis), Bryant Black (men’s golf), Nick Campa (women’s golf), Matt Magers (baseball), and Jen Blue (women’s cross country; track and field), while extending the contracts of Maverick mainstays, including Matt Margenthaler (men’s basketball), Jim Makovsky (wrestling), and Lori Meyer (softball). Three of this current stable have recently achieved National Coach of the Year recognition, including Hastings, Hoffner, and Magers.


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John Harrington
Head Coach, Women's Hockey john.harrington@mnsu.edu 507.389.3217



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