Morgan leaves St. Norbert for assistant position at Yale

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St. Norbert women's head coach Rob Morgan is the latest Division III head coach to make the move to Division I as he has accepted the women's associate head coach position at Yale University, the school announced on Monday.

Morgan led the St. Norbert women's team since its inception in 2010 and guided the Green Knights' to a 78-49-12 mark in his five seasons behind the bench, and led the Green Knights to NCHA playoff title and an NCAA appearance in 2013. St. Norbert finished with a 16-7-4 mark a year ago.

"Rob did an outstanding job building our women's hockey program from scratch," St. Norbert athletics director Tim Bald said in a release. "We wish him well in his new position at Yale."

Following the 2013 NCAA tournament appearance, Morgan was named D3hockey.com West Region Coach of the Year and was also awarded co-NCHA Coach of the Year honors by the league in 2014. The Green Knights had two All-America selections, one CoSIDA Academic All-America honoree and nine All-NCHA choices under his supervision.

A national search for Morgan's successor is underway.

 

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