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Hamilton College

198 College Hill Road

Clinton, New York 13323

United States

Company Description

We are a national group of alumni who desire to bring about constructive change at Hamilton. We are neither academics nor political activists but rather alumni looking to bring some constructive, unifying change to a school that seems to need it. We wer ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Head Hockey Coach

U.S. Military Academy

Assistant Coach

Iona College

Assistant Hockey Coach

University of Findlay

Education

bachelor's degree

political science

Fairfield

master

education

Findlay

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Coach Testimonials - Stop It Goaltending

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- Rob Haberbusch (Hamilton College)


Assistant coach Rob ...

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Assistant coach Rob Haberbusch put out a call and the Gaels' faithful responded - letting the hockey team know many people were still rooting for them. Haberbusch put up the notes of encouragement on the wall in the hallway leading to the Iona locker room.

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A week before, following the Gaels win in Fairfield University's final hockey game, Haberbusch spoke about his alma mater's decision to eliminate its hockey program. With a couple of minor adjustments, the words he used in relating the fate of the Stags fits the Gaels and bears repeating.
"I feel very bad for these [25] kids on the team and the coaches that were brought here under the guise there was a long-term commitment to them and their goals. It is very devastating to the alumni base as well," Haberbusch said.
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Rob Haberbusch, who suffered the cruel fate of watching both Fairfield and Iona shutter their hockey programs, is the head coach at Hamilton College.


Hamilton College has named ...

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Hamilton College has named Rob Haberbusch, associate head coach at Army since 2008, its new head coach.

Haberbusch succeeds Norm Bazin, who was named head coach at Massachusetts-Lowell in late April.
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"I am honored to accept the position of head hockey coach at Hamilton College," Haberbusch said in a statement. "Hamilton's excellent academic reputation, coupled with its storied hockey tradition, made this an easy decision. I am eager to meet the team and get started. My family and I are extremely excited to join the Hamilton community."
A forward at Fairfield from 1989-1993, Haberbusch was originally hired as an assistant coach at Army in 2003. He was an assistant coach at Iona College during the 2002-2003 season and also served as an assistant at Findlay from 1997-2002.


CLINTON, N.Y. (WKTV) - Rob ...

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CLINTON, N.Y. (WKTV) - Rob Haberbusch, the associate head men's ice hockey coach at the U.S. Military Academy (Army) since 2008, has been selected the sixth head coach in Hamilton College men's ice hockey program history.

Haberbusch succeeds Norm Bazin, who was named head coach at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell for its NCAA Division I program in late April after three seasons at Hamilton.
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Haberbusch inherits a program that captured first place in the New England Small College Athletic Conference at the end of the 2010-11 regular season.
"I am honored to accept the position of head hockey coach at Hamilton College," Haberbusch said. "Hamilton's excellent academic reputation, coupled with its storied hockey tradition, made this an easy decision. I am eager to meet the team and get started. My family and I are extremely excited to join the Hamilton community."
Haberbusch has been the associate head coach at Division I Army since 2008, and was hired as an assistant coach at the Academy in 2003. He helped guide the team to 83 wins the past eight seasons in Atlantic Hockey Association play. This is his first head coaching job at the collegiate level.
"Rob Haberbusch brings a wealth of coaching experience to the Hamilton men's ice hockey program," Director of Athletics Jon Hind '80 said.
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While at Army, Haberbusch worked under Rob Riley, now head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets' AHL affiliate Springfield Falcons, and Brian Riley, who was the Atlantic Hockey coach of the year in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
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Haberbusch was part of the Army Athletic Association's coaching staff of the year in 2008. Army claimed the Atlantic Hockey team sportsmanship award in 2009 and 2010.
Haberbusch played a major role in the recruitment of one NHL free agent signee, one All-American, one Atlantic Hockey player of the year, one Atlantic Hockey goalie of the year, one Atlantic Hockey defenseman of the year, 14 all-conference selections and three all-rookie team members at Army. The 2007, 2010 and 2011 Atlantic Hockey scholar-athletes of the year were recruited by Haberbusch.
Haberbusch was an assistant coach at Iona College for one season prior to going to Army. He served as an assistant at the University of Findlay from 1997 to 2002. He played college hockey at Fairfield University from 1989 to 1993, and was a four-year letter winner at center and left wing.
Haberbusch, who grew up in Montclair, N.J., graduated from Fairfield with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1993. He earned his master's in education from Findlay in 1999. Haberbusch and his wife Molly have a daughter, Shelby.


Haberbusch Appointed as ...

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Haberbusch Appointed as Men's Ice Hockey Head Coach at Hamilton

Courtesy Hamilton Sports Information
CLINTON, N.Y. - Rob Haberbusch, the associate head men's ice hockey coach at the U.S. Military Academy (Army) since 2008, has been selected the sixth head coach in Hamilton College men's ice hockey program history.
Haberbusch succeeds Norm Bazin, who was named head coach at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell for its NCAA Division I program in late April after three seasons at Hamilton.
...
Haberbusch inherits a program that captured first place in the New England Small College Athletic Conference at the end of the 2010-11 regular season.
"I am honored to accept the position of head hockey coach at Hamilton College," Haberbusch said. "Hamilton's excellent academic reputation, coupled with its storied hockey tradition, made this an easy decision. I am eager to meet the team and get started. My family and I are extremely excited to join the Hamilton community."
Haberbusch has been the associate head coach at Division I Army since 2008, and was hired as an assistant coach at the Academy in 2003. He helped guide the team to 83 wins the past eight seasons in Atlantic Hockey Association play. This is his first head coaching job at the collegiate level.
"Rob Haberbusch brings a wealth of coaching experience to the Hamilton men's ice hockey program," Director of Athletics Jon Hind '80 said.
...
While at Army, Haberbusch worked under Rob Riley, now head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets' AHL affiliate Springfield Falcons, and Brian Riley, who was the Atlantic Hockey coach of the year in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
...
Haberbusch was part of the Army Athletic Association's coaching staff of the year in 2008. Army claimed the Atlantic Hockey team sportsmanship award in 2009 and 2010.
Haberbusch played a major role in the recruitment of one NHL free agent signee, one All-American, one Atlantic Hockey player of the year, one Atlantic Hockey goalie of the year, one Atlantic Hockey defenseman of the year, 14 all-conference selections and three all-rookie team members at Army. The 2007, 2010 and 2011 Atlantic Hockey scholar-athletes of the year were recruited by Haberbusch.
Haberbusch was an assistant coach at Iona College for one season prior to going to Army. He served as an assistant at the University of Findlay from 1997 to 2002. He played college hockey at Fairfield University from 1989 to 1993, and was a four-year letter winner at center and left wing.
Haberbusch, who grew up in Montclair, N.J., graduated from Fairfield with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1993. He earned his master's in education from Findlay in 1999. Haberbusch and his wife Molly have a daughter, Shelby.

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