HOOKSETT, N.H. - Lake Placid native Ed Seney earned his 300th career victory when the Saint Anselm College men's ice hockey team posted a 7-1 victory over Southern New Hampshire University on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
Seney, in his 10th season with Saint Anselm College, now holds a career record of 300-287-37. Prior to his tenure behind the bench at Saint Anselm, Seney was the head coach at SUNY Potsdam for 14 years, accumulating a record of 169-187-16 with the Bears. Since joining the Hawks, Seney holds a 131-101-17 record (.560), ranking second all-time in program history in winning percentage.
A graduate of New England College in 1981, Seney was an assistant coach at his alma mater prior to serving as an assistant coach at Norwich University and Clarkson University. A three-time SUNYAC coach of the year at Potsdam, Seney has also won Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year three times while piloting the Hawks to four Northeast-10 championship titles. In addition, Seney has reached the final championship game in nine of his 10 seasons.
Photo courtesy of Saint Anselm College
Saint Anselm head coach Ed Seney, a Lake Placid native, instructs his team during a recent game. Seney won his 300th game as a coach in early December.
Seney's team played Canton in an exhibition game last year at the Olympic Center.
The Hawks are currently 4-3-1.