Harvard has named Patrick Foley, a former USA Hockey assistant coach and three-year captain at the University of New Hampshire, an assistant coach of men’s ice hockey, Robert D. Ziff Head Coach of men’s ice hockey Ted Donato recently announced.
A native of Milton, Mass., Foley comes to Harvard following two years as an assistant coach with the U.S. National Team Development Program, where he helped guide Team USA to a gold medal in the 2006 International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 World Championship and a silver medal at the 2007 championship. He was the second UNH player ever to serve as captain for three straight seasons, twice leading the Wildcats to the NCAA Frozen Four.
“We’re very excited about Patrick Foley joining our staff,” Donato said. “We feel that his coaching background, playing background, character, and personality will make him a great addition to the program. We’re very happy to be adding someone of his caliber.”