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  • bachelor's degree , communication studies
    Niagara University
  • Bachelor's degree , Communications
    Niagara University
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Web References :: U.S. College Hockey Online, 13 June 2014 [cached]
"With Shivaun's departure, promoting Matt was an easy decision," said RIT head coach Scott McDonald in a statement.
RIT Athletics - Staff Directory, 8 Jan 2014 [cached]
Scott McDonald Head Coach 585-475-7148
"We are very excited to make ... [cached]
"We are very excited to make the move to Division I," says RIT Head Coach Scott McDonald, the active Division III all-time leader in winning percentage, who recently completed his sixth season behind the bench. "We see the success the men have had at this level and want to mirror that. We are excited to play new teams and foster new rivalries. The support we receive from the university is second to none."
McDonald was also an assistant coach with the RIT men's hockey team when they made the jump to Division I in 2005. The men have enjoyed immediate success, culminating with a trip to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2010.
Scott ..., 18 Sept 2012 [cached]
Scott McDonald
Scott McDonald
Scott McDonald, all-time leader in coaching wins at RIT, begins his seventh season as the head women's hockey coach at RIT and is eager to lead the squad into its first season as a Division I program. In 2012, RIT's final season as a Division III program, McDonald led the Tigers to its first NCAA Championship and a school and NCAA record 28-1-1 mark.
In his six seasons as head coach at RIT, McDonald has compiled an overall record of 135-22-10 and is the Division III all-time leader with a .835 winning percentage. He is RIT's all-time leader in coaching victories and earned his 100th win at RIT on Jan. 29, 2011 vs. Buffalo State. He became the second fastest coach in Division III history to reach that milestone (128 games).
McDonald, the 2011 ECAC West Coach of the Year, has led the Tigers to three NCAA Division III Tournament berths, and two consecutive ECAC West Championships. The Tigers have won at least 19 games in each of his six seasons behind the bench and have won at least 20 games four times.
In 2007-08, despite moving to the toughest conference and playing the hardest schedule in the nation, McDonald led his team to a 19-7-0 record with wins over national champion SUNY Plattsburgh, No. 3 Amherst, No. 4 Elmira, and No. 9 Utica. The Tigers set a program record with 12 shorthanded goals.
McDonald led the Tigers to a 21-3-2 record in 2008-09; they were ranked second nationally, the highest in program history.
McDonald led the Western team to the Gold Medal at the 2010 Empire State Games in Buffalo. He also served as an assistant coach with the IK Viking Ishockeyklubb's junior team in Sweden.
A 2000 graduate of Niagara University, McDonald played defense for the Purple Eagles - and then coach and former standout RIT defenseman Blaise MacDonald - from 1996-2000.
McDonald later served as an assistant at Utica College for one season before moving to RIT to serve as the assistant coach for the RIT men's hockey program from 2003-06. He put forth an outstanding effort in recruiting talented student-athletes as the men's squad made the leap to Division I in 2005.
McDonald, a native of Oakville, Ontario, is set to become the only person in NCAA history to play at the Division I and III level, and coach at both divisions on both the men's and women's sides.
Prior to college, he played in Toronto for the St. Michael's Buzzers and the North York Rangers.
Professionally, McDonald played in Hagfors, Sweden, for the IK Viking Ishockeyklubb. Prior to that, McDonald played with the San Angelo (Texas) Outlaws of the Western Professional Hockey League.
McDonald earned a bachelor's degree in communication studies from Niagara University in 2000.
NYSCA Panelists Bios | New York State Council on the Arts, 16 June 2008 [cached]
Scott McDonald is professor Emeritus at Utica College of Syracuse University. He has taught film history and programmed film events at Bard College, Hamilton College, Harvard University and Colgate University; is author of "A Critical Cinema: Interviews with Independent Filmakers"; "Avant-Garde Film/Motion Studie"; "Screen Writings: Scripts and Texts by Independent Filmakers"; and "The Garden in the Machine: A Field guide to Independent films about Place".
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