The Sault College Cougars are proud to announce that Sault Ste Marie, Ontario native Chad Mousseau has been named the women’s hockey team head coach, effectively immediately.
Mousseau steps into the heading job after coaching the last numerous seasons with the Thessalon Lions and Sault Female Hockey Association.
Jay Houslander, Sault College’s Hockey Co-ordinator said that “Mousseau was hired following an extensive search that attracted interest throughout Sault Ste Marie’s hockey community. “Having Chad on board is a real sign of our commitment to women’s hockey. We can now get started on building on that commitment and icing a team this season that will be building for 2018 – 2019 and becoming a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association.”
Mousseau has already have Megan Turcotte, Mackenize Nadeau, Taylor Nadeau, Chelsea Dokis and Katelyn Mousseau – Lambert commit to the 2017 – 2018 Sault College Cougar roster.
“I’m very excited to be part of the women’s program at this time. I feel it is a great opportunity for the these young athletes to stay involved with the sport. Being accepted into the league next year is a great chance to show case their talent and it shows the support from the college for the athletes” said Mousseau.
Mousseau replaces long-time head coach Dominic Sacco.
“We are excited to have Chad on board as we transition our women’s program to ACHA play. He brings positive experience in the world of women’s/girls hockey and we look forward to the program growing with him” said Manager of Athletics Scott Gray.
Source: Sault College Athletics