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Rochester Institute of Technology

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Rochester Institute of Technology

1 Lomb Memorial Dr

Rochester, New York,14623

United States

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Rochester Institute of Technology is home to leading creators, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers. Founded in 1829, RIT enrolls 18,000 students in more than 200 career-oriented and professional programs, making it among the largest private universities ... more

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On the evening of January 24, 2012, RIT's Head Coach Scott McDonald and four players came to our rink, the GCCC, to run a full ice practice and meet our players during a post practice reception.


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Scott McDonald
Scott McDonald Scott McDonald, the program’s all-time leader in coaching wins, begins his 11th season as the Bruce B. Bates Women’s Hockey Coach at RIT in 2016-17, and fifth at the Division I level. In his tenure, McDonald has transformed the Tigers into one of the most successful and respected teams in all of college hockey. McDonald enters the 2016-17 season just six wins shy of 200 for his career at RIT. On May 28, 2015, McDonald signed a five-year contract extension through the 2019-20 season. That summer, McDonald became the Bruce B. Bates Women’s Hockey Coach; the university's first endowed coaching position for Tiger athletic programs. On March 17, 2012, McDonald and RIT defeated Norwich 4-1 to claim its first NCAA Division III Championship in its final season at that level. The Tigers opened and ended the year with two 14-game winning streaks and were the No. 1 team in the nation for 18 weeks during the season, finishing with an NCAA record 28 wins (28-1-1). Three days later, RIT announced its intention to move to the Division I level. McDonald and the Tigers made a successful transition to the Division I ranks in 2012-13, as the team finished 16-16-5 and advanced to the College Hockey America Semifinals. In nine seasons as head coach at RIT, McDonald has compiled an overall record of 194-99-24 (.650 winning percentage). He is Division III’s all-time leader with a .835 winning percentage and is RIT’s all-time leader in coaching victories, earning 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 one NCAA Division I Tournament appearance, three NCAA Division III Tournament berths, two ECAC West Championships, and one CHA title. The Tigers won at least 19 games in each of his first six seasons behind the bench and have won at least 20 games five times. McDonald led the Tigers to a 21-3-2 record in 2008-09; they were ranked second nationally, the highest in program history. He was named the 2009 ECAC West Co-Coach of the Year and coached two RBK Division III All-Americans (Sarah Dagg and Erica Owczarczak), and seven members of the 2009 All-ECAC West squad. 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 â€" and then coach and former standout RIT defenseman Blaise MacDonald â€" from 1996-2000. He was part of the school’s inaugural freshman and first graduating classes as a Division I program. During his senior year, he helped Niagara, in only its fourth season, to an NCAA Tournament at-large bid, beating the University of New Hampshire in the northeast regional. He also helped Niagara to an undefeated season in the College Hockey America conference (15-0-2, 30-8-4 overall), as well as the CHA regular season and tournament championships. 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 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. A native of Oakville, Ontario, McDonald lives in Victor, N.Y. with his wife, Christina, and daughters, Summer and Sienna.


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ROCHESTER, NY - Scott McDonald, Bruce B. Bates Women's Hockey Coach, is excited to announce the RIT women's hockey Class of 2019 on Tuesday, July 21.


www.nyhockeyonline.com

ROCHESTER, NY - Head Coach Scott McDonald of the RIT women's hockey team, signed a five-year contract extension, announced Lou Spiotti, Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, on Thursday, May 28.
In nine seasons as head coach at RIT, McDonald has an overall record of 186-72-23, including the 2012 Division III National Championship. In just three seasons as a Division I program, he has led RIT to two College Hockey America Championships, and in 2015, RIT's first berth into the NCAA Division I Tournament. The Class of 2015 finished with a 15-2 postseason record in four seasons, with three league championships. Overall, McDonald has a 21-8 mark in the postseason since taking over at RIT in 2006, leading the Tigers to four NCAA Tournament berths (2007, 2011, 2012, 2015), and four league titles (2011, 2012, 2014, 2015). "Scott McDonald brought our women's hockey program to the national forefront at the Division III level with a national championship and now is doing the same at the Division I level," said Spiotti. McDonald, who led RIT to the 2012 Division III National Championship, is Division III's all-time leader with a .835 winning percentage and is RIT's all-time leader in coaching victories. McDonald is just 14 wins shy of 200 heading into the 2015-16 season. A native of Oakville, Ontario, McDonald is 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. His new contract extension will run through the 2014-15 season. Before beginning his coaching career, McDonald played four years at Niagara University, helping lead the Purple Eagles to the 2000 NCAA Division I Tournament. McDonald began his coaching career on the men's side as an assistant at Utica College during the 2002-03 season. He served as the assistant coach for the RIT men's hockey program from 2003-06, putting forth a tremendous effort in recruiting talented student-athletes as the Tigers made the leap to Division I in 2005. "I would like to thank President (Bill) Destler, Dr. (Jim) Watters, Dr. (Sandy) Johnson, and Mr. Lou Spiotti for their incredible support," said McDonald.


www.nyhockeyonline.com

ROCHESTER, NY - RIT head coach Scott McDonald is proud to announce the women's hockey captains for the 2015-16 season.
"All four women are very deserving," said RIT head coach Scott McDonald, who recently completed his ninth season behind the bench. "Taylor is our most consistent player and she was groomed into this role, serving as an assistant captain last season," said McDonald. "Jess is one of the hardest working players on the team and could have been a captain last season," said McDonald. "Carly is arguably our most talented player and it showed late in the year," said McDonald. "Cassie is a heart and soul player who plays with a ton of passion," said McDonald.


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