North Oxford, Mass. native set to take over reigns of Guardian Hockey
WORCESTER, Mass. (October 27, 2018) – The St. Peter-Marian athletic department is pleased to announce the hiring of Sean Meisenheimer as the next head coach of the St. Peter-Marian boys' hockey team. The announcement was made earlier today by Associate Superintendent of Secondary Schools, Michael Clark.
Meisenheimer joins the SPM sidelines after serving the past ten seasons as the head coach and co-founder of the Junior Shamrocks hockey program of the International Junior Hockey League (IJHL). He brings a wealth of knowledge to the Guardians bench with 18 years coaching experience and a 2012 IJHL National Championship. He has mentored some of the finest hockey players in the country, advancing their careers to elite collegiate programs such as Merrimack, UNH, BC, URI, Providence College and the University of Louisville.
"St. Peter-Marian has always been known for its academic and athletic excellence," said Meisenheimer. "I am excited to lead the hockey program into the future."
Meisenheimer will begin his head coaching duties effective immediately. A team meeting is scheduled for Thursday November 1st for all parents and players interested in joining the SPM Boys' Hockey team next season. The meeting will take place at St. Peter-Marian at 6:30pm.
For more information regarding the St. Peter-Marian boys' hockey team, please contact Director of Athletics, Keith Brouillard or visit www.spmathletics.com