Muse Named Men's Hockey Assistant
Former Pioneers Assistant Joins Yale Staff
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Dan Muse, an assistant at Sacred Heart University in 2008-09, has been named assistant coach for the Yale men's ice hockey program. The staff change was precipitated by long-time assistant coach C.J. Marottolo taking the head coaching position at Sacred Heart.
Muse, a 2005 Stonehill College graduate, was also an assistant at Williams (Mass.) College from 2007-2008 and at Milton (Mass.) Academy from 2005-2007.
At Sacred Heart and Williams, he helped prepare and execute training and practice plans and worked primarily with forwards. He also helped develop scouting reports and break down video segments using Gamebreaker software while assisting with recruiting efforts.
Muse has also coached at the Massachusetts Hockey Satellite Training Program and at USA Hockey's Select 14 Development Camps (2006-2008) and USA Select 16 Camp (2009) as well as several other youth camps and training programs throughout the Bay State.
Muse, who earned a B.A. in criminal justice at Stonehill, served as assistant captain for the Chieftains his senior year and received the team's most improved player award in 2003. He was named to multiple ECAC Northeast/ Northeast-10 All-Academic Hockey Teams and is a recipient of the Canton (Mass.) High School Hockey Distinguished Alumni Award (2007).
The new Yale coach and his wife, Maureen, reside in Orange.