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Union College

807 Union St

Schenectady, New York,12308

United States

Company Description

Union College is an accredited institution of higher learning in Lincoln, Nebraska founded in 1891 and is rated a top-tier college in its regional category by US News and World Report. With the oldest accredited baccalaureate nursing program in Nebraska, Union...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Coach

Kevin Sneddon Hockey School


Defenseman

Fighting Irish


Affiliations

American Hockey Coaches Association

Member of the Board of Governors


University of Notre Dame

Member of the Lacrosse Team


Education

Deerfield Academy


bachelor's of science degree

pre-professional studies

University of Notre Dame


master's degree

sport management

University of Massachusetts


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Kevin Sneddon's Hockey School

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Kevin Patrick - Assistant Coach
Phone: 802-656-7967 Email: kevin.patrick@uvm.edu Patrick is his fourth season on the University of Vermont men's hockey staff in 2015-16. He was promoted to the position of associate head coach in the summer of 2015. Patrick boasts 15 years of Division I coaching experience, including a national championship at Wisconsin, and two seasons as a head coach in the United States Hockey League. Patrick was an assistant under current head coach Kevin Sneddon for four years at Union College. Last season, Patrick helped the Catamounts post their second straight 20-win season for the first time since 1997. Vermont remained one of the top defensive teams in the country, ranking ninth nationally with a team goals against average of 2.22. UVM also continued its penalty killing success at a rate of 87.5-percent, which was 10th in the NCAA. As a team, Vermont was the seventh-least penalized team in college hockey and won the Charlie Holt Sportsmanship Award for having the least penalty minutes in Hockey East play. Patrick had a major influence on senior captain Mike Paliotta, who was named the 22nd NCAA All-American in program history after the season. Patrick was selected as an assistant coach for the 2015 U.S. Junior National Team that competed in the IIHF World Junior Championships in Montreal and Toronto. Patrick was joined on the U.S. staff by head coach Mark Osiecki and assistant coaches Don Granato and Mike Ayers.


www.uvmathletics.com

Kevin Patrick
Kevin Patrick Kevin Patrick Associate Head Coach Phone: 802-656-7967 Email: kevin.patrick@uvm.edu Kevin Patrick begins his fifth season on the University of Vermont men's hockey coaching staff in 2016-17. He was promoted to the position of associate head coach in the summer of 2015. Patrick boasts 16 years of Division I coaching experience, including a national championship at Wisconsin, and two seasons as a head coach in the United States Hockey League. Patrick was an assistant under current head coach Kevin Sneddon for four years at Union College. Two years ago, Patrick helped the Catamounts post their second straight 20-win season for the first time since 1997. Vermont remained one of the top defensive teams in the country, ranking ninth nationally with a team goals against average of 2.22. UVM also continued its penalty killing success at a rate of 87.5-percent, which was 10th in the NCAA. As a team, Vermont was the seventh-least penalized team in college hockey and won the Hockey East Charlie Holt Sportsmanship Award for having the least penalty minutes in league play. Patrick had a major influence on senior captain Mike Paliotta, who was named the 22nd NCAA All-American in program history after the season. Patrick was selected as an assistant coach for the 2015 U.S. Junior National Team that competed in the IIHF World Junior Championships in Montreal and Toronto. Patrick was joined on the U.S. staff by head coach Mark Osiecki and assistant coaches Don Granato and Mike Ayers. In 2013-14, Patrick helped restore Vermont's penalty kill to national prominence as it finished tied for eighth in the NCAA at 85.2-percent. Before coming to Vermont, Patrick spent two years as the head coach of the Muskegon Lumberjacks in the USHL, leading the squad to the playoffs in 2010-11. He previously spent five seasons as an assistant coach for Wisconsin, compiling a total of 113 wins in his tenure. In his first year on the staff in 2005-06, the program won 30 games en route to its sixth NCAA national championship in school history. Patrick and the Badgers made it back to the national title game in 2010. Prior to his time at Wisconsin, Patrick was an assistant coach at Bowling Green for three years. He oversaw the team's defense and helped the Falcons earn their first winning record in the CCHA in nine years. Patrick was a four-year defenseman at Notre Dame and served as captain of the program during his final two seasons. He also played two years of lacrosse, helping the Fighting Irish qualify for the 1990 NCAA Tournament. After graduating in 1992, Patrick spent one year in professional hockey and was named to the 1993 American Hockey Association All-Star Team with the Green Bay Ice.


HockeyEastOnline.com - Vermont Coaching Staff

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Assistant Coach Kevin Patrick
Kevin Patrick joined the University of Vermont men's hockey staff in August, 2012. He brings 12 years of Division I coaching experience, including a national championship at Wisconsin, and two seasons as a head coach in the United States Hockey League to the program. Patrick was an assistant under current head coach Kevin Sneddon for four years at Union College. "I could not be more excited to join a program with such a rich history in men's hockey," said Patrick. "I look forward to working with Kevin once again, and will be coaching alongside a true professional in assistant coach Kyle Wallack. Patrick spent the last two years as the head coach of the Muskegon Lumberjacks in the USHL, leading the squad to the playoffs in 2010-11. He previously spent five seasons as an assistant coach for Wisconsin, compiling a total of 113 wins in his tenure. In his first year on the staff in 2005-06, the program won 30 games en route to its sixth NCAA national championship in school history. Patrick and the Badgers made it back to the national title game in 2010. Prior to his time at Wisconsin, Patrick was an assistant coach at Bowling Green for three years. He oversaw the team's defense and helped the Falcons earn their first winning record in the CCHA in nine years. Patrick was a four-year defenseman at Notre Dame and served as captain of the program during his final two seasons. He also played two years of lacrosse, helping the Fighting Irish qualify for the 1990 NCAA Tournament. After graduating in 1992, Patrick spent one year in professional hockey and was named to the 1993 American Hockey Association All-Star Team with the Green Bay Ice. "My energy and versatility will add to the culture of success that Kevin (Sneddon) has already built here in Burlington, and I can't wait to work with assistant coach Kevin (Patrick) to lead our student-athletes into the future both on and off the ice."


www.muskegonlumberjacks.com

Head Coach/General Manager - Kevin Patrick
Head Coach - Kevin Patrick Kevin Patrick didn't pack light when preparing for his move to Muskegon, where he will be the head coach and general manager of the Lumberjacks during their inaugural season in the United States Hockey League. Since 1993, when Patrick made his coaching debut as an assistant at his alma mater, Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass., he's been stowing away every lesson, experience and trick of the trade he's come across in 17 years as an assistant coach. "The biggest change in being a head coach is you're taking the pieces of puzzle you've learned and developed as an assistant coach over the years," Patrick said. "Now you have an opportunity to put them into play and make the final decisions." Immediately before becoming the Lumberjacks' first coach, Patrick served as the assistant coach of the Wisconsin Badgers hockey program for five years. His tenure at UW began with a bang as he helped Head Coach Mike Eaves direct the Badgers to the sixth NCAA championship in school history in 2006. "That was a moment in time I'll remember forever," Patrick said of the Badgers' 2-1 championship victory over Boston College at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. "The players, the other coaches, everyone around the program, the fans...it was an unbelievable opportunity to be part of that." Patrick joined the Badgers from Bowling Green, where he served as an assistant coach from 2002-05. He oversaw the Falcons' defense, evaluated game tapes, monitored the academic progress, scouted and recruited potential student-athletes throughout North America and worked with alumni and the community. His accomplishments at BGSU include helping the Falcons surge from eight wins his first year to 16 victories his last; recruiting members of the 2005 CCHA All-Rookie Team; and helping the team earn its first league winning mark in nine years and its first home-ice advantage for the CCHA playoffs in 10 seasons. Prior to his time with the Falcons, Patrick spent four seasons at Union College as an assistant coach. He began by working with the team's forwards and defensemen, coordinating the team's strength and conditioning program. Over his final three years, he served as the team's recruiting coordinator throughout North America. Throughout his time, he watched the Skating Dutchmen go from three wins during his first season to 13 in his last. His recruits were chosen to the 2002 and 2003 ECAC All-Rookie Teams. In 1993, he broke ice on his coaching career as assistant coach at Deerfield Academy, from which he graduated in 1988. The team went 63-21-4 during his four-year stay, qualifying for the New England tournament in 1994, 1995 and 1996. Patrick served three years as assistant athletic director and two years as a science teacher. He was also a dorm parent three of his four years, an experience he considers invaluable to the role he'll play with the Lumberjacks. Patrick served as assistant head coach, assistant general manager and VP of operations during the 1997-98 season with the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL. His extensive coaching and administrative experience has him well-equipped to lead in Muskegon, where recruiting is as important as the ability to arrange Xs and Os. "I love what I do and when I get out of bed, I can't wait to get to work every day," Patrick said. "Coming back to the USHL was very appealing. To get these players at this point in their lives and careers, and develop them on and off the ice is a great opportunity." Patrick also has learned the role of patience in building a winner, as every coach he's served under has won a championship as either a coach, player or both. In Green Bay, Patrick coached under Mark Osiecki, currently the head coach at Ohio State University. "I've been very lucky to have had a chance to learn from the people I've worked with and for," Patrick said, "and they've taught me not just how to develop players, but also a coaching staff." Patrick graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1992 with a bachelor's of science degree in pre-professional studies. He was a four-year defenseman for the Fighting Irish hockey team, captaining the program during his final two seasons. He also played lacrosse for two seasons, helping Notre Dame qualify for the 1990 NCAA Division I Lacrosse Tournament. He resumed his education and earned a master's degree in sports management from Massachusetts in 1998. Following his graduation from Notre Dame, Patrick played one season of professional hockey, suiting up for the New Haven Senators of the AHL, the St. Thomas Wildcats of the CoHL and the Green Bay Ice of the American Hockey Association. He was selected to the 1993 AHA All-Star Team. He knew that once he hung up his skates as a player, he'd immediately go into coaching. A former member of the Board of Governors for the American Hockey Coaches Association (2003-06), Patrick transitioned to vice president of convention planning from 2006-09. With USA Hockey, he has coached at numerous development camps. In Muskegon, Patrick graciously embraces the expecations of what he calls a "hockey-rich, hockey-passionate" market. "Hockey-knowledgable fans will see the development and progress of this product," Patrick said. "They're looking for wins and championships, and that's what the players are lacing up their skates every day to try to deliver. I wouldn't expect the community to want anything less from their team." Patrick, his wife Julie and their two sons, James and John, live in Norton Shores. While his boys are both a chip off the block in many ways, their individual personalities have provided ample off-the-clock training.


www.muskegonlumberjacks.com

Kevin Patrick
Head Coach/General Manager - Kevin Patrick Head Coach - Kevin Patrick Kevin Patrick didn't pack light when preparing for his move to Muskegon, where he will be the head coach and general manager of the Lumberjacks during their inaugural season in the United States Hockey League. Since 1993, when Patrick made his coaching debut as an assistant at his alma mater, Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass., he's been stowing away every lesson, experience and trick of the trade he's come across in 17 years as an assistant coach. "The biggest change in being a head coach is you're taking the pieces of puzzle you've learned and developed as an assistant coach over the years," Patrick said. "Now you have an opportunity to put them into play and make the final decisions." Immediately before becoming the Lumberjacks' first coach, Patrick served as the assistant coach of the Wisconsin Badgers hockey program for five years. His tenure at UW began with a bang as he helped Head Coach Mike Eaves direct the Badgers to the sixth NCAA championship in school history in 2006. "That was a moment in time I'll remember forever," Patrick said of the Badgers' 2-1 championship victory over Boston College at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. "The players, the other coaches, everyone around the program, the fans...it was an unbelievable opportunity to be part of that." Patrick joined the Badgers from Bowling Green, where he served as an assistant coach from 2002-05. He oversaw the Falcons' defense, evaluated game tapes, monitored the academic progress, scouted and recruited potential student-athletes throughout North America and worked with alumni and the community. His accomplishments at BGSU include helping the Falcons surge from eight wins his first year to 16 victories his last; recruiting members of the 2005 CCHA All-Rookie Team; and helping the team earn its first league winning mark in nine years and its first home-ice advantage for the CCHA playoffs in 10 seasons. Prior to his time with the Falcons, Patrick spent four seasons at Union College as an assistant coach. He began by working with the team's forwards and defensemen, coordinating the team's strength and conditioning program. Over his final three years, he served as the team's recruiting coordinator throughout North America. Throughout his time, he watched the Skating Dutchmen go from three wins during his first season to 13 in his last. His recruits were chosen to the 2002 and 2003 ECAC All-Rookie Teams. In 1993, he broke ice on his coaching career as assistant coach at Deerfield Academy, from which he graduated in 1988. The team went 63-21-4 during his four-year stay, qualifying for the New England tournament in 1994, 1995 and 1996. Patrick served three years as assistant athletic director and two years as a science teacher. He was also a dorm parent three of his four years, an experience he considers invaluable to the role he'll play with the Lumberjacks. Patrick served as assistant head coach, assistant general manager and VP of operations during the 1997-98 season with the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL. His extensive coaching and administrative experience has him well-equipped to lead in Muskegon, where recruiting is as important as the ability to arrange Xs and Os. "I love what I do and when I get out of bed, I can't wait to get to work every day," Patrick said. "Coming back to the USHL was very appealing. To get these players at this point in their lives and careers, and develop them on and off the ice is a great opportunity." Patrick also has learned the role of patience in building a winner, as every coach he's served under has won a championship as either a coach, player or both. In Green Bay, Patrick coached under Mark Osiecki, currently the head coach at Ohio State University. "I've been very lucky to have had a chance to learn from the people I've worked with and for," Patrick said, "and they've taught me not just how to develop players, but also a coaching staff." Patrick graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1992 with a bachelor's of science degree in pre-professional studies. He was a four-year defenseman for the Fighting Irish hockey team, captaining the program during his final two seasons. He also played lacrosse for two seasons, helping Notre Dame qualify for the 1990 NCAA Division I Lacrosse Tournament. He resumed his education and earned a master's degree in sports management from Massachusetts in 1998. Following his graduation from Notre Dame, Patrick played one season of professional hockey, suiting up for the New Haven Senators of the AHL, the St. Thomas Wildcats of the CoHL and the Green Bay Ice of the American Hockey Association. He was selected to the 1993 AHA All-Star Team. He knew that once he hung up his skates as a player, he'd immediately go into coaching. A former member of the Board of Governors for the American Hockey Coaches Association (2003-06), Patrick transitioned to vice president of convention planning from 2006-09. With USA Hockey, he has coached at numerous development camps. In Muskegon, Patrick graciously embraces the expecations of what he calls a "hockey-rich, hockey-passionate" market. "Hockey-knowledgable fans will see the development and progress of this product," Patrick said. "They're looking for wins and championships, and that's what the players are lacing up their skates every day to try to deliver. I wouldn't expect the community to want anything less from their team." Patrick, his wife Julie and their two sons, James and John, live in Norton Shores. While his boys are both a chip off the block in many ways, their individual personalities have provided ample off-the-clock training.


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