RIT women’s hockey head coach Scott McDonald stepped down from his position last month after a 12-year tenure. A national search for a new head coach began immediately, the school said.
McDonald departs as RIT’s all-time leader in women’s hockey coaching victories, compiling a 205-154-29 record in 12 seasons. He also spent three seasons as an assistant coach with the men’s team.
"It has been an honor and a privilege to be a part of both the RIT men’s and women’s hockey programs over the last 15 years," said McDonald. "My 12-year tenure as head coach with the women has been nothing short of amazing. I feel it’s the right time to step away and focus on life outside of hockey."