The Tim Taylor Award is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the ECAC Hockey regular season to the best coach in the conference as voted by the coaches of each ECAC team.[1]

The Coach of the Year was first awarded in 1987 and every year thereafter until 2007 when it was renamed in honor of long-time Yale head coach Tim Taylor[2] after he had retired from coaching following the 2005–06 season.[3]

The vote for the award was split in its second year, but not since. (as of 2013)

This award is not to be confused by the NCAA award by the same name.

Award winnersEdit

Year Winner School
1986–87 Tim Taylor Yale
1987–88 Bill Cleary Harvard
Mike Gilligan Vermont
1988–89 Joe Marsh St. Lawrence
1989–90 Terry Slater Colgate
1990–91 Mark Morris Clarkson
1991–92 Tim Taylor Yale
1992–93 Roger Demment Dartmouth
1993–94 Bruce Delventhal Union
1994–95 Bob Gaudet Brown
1995–96 Joe Marsh St. Lawrence
1996–97 Stan Moore Union
1997–98 Tim Taylor Yale
1998–99 Joe Marsh St. Lawrence
1999–00 Don Vaughan Colgate

Year Winner School
2000–01 Mark Morris Clarkson
2001–02 Mike Schafer Cornell
2002–03 Mike Schafer Cornell
2003–04 Stan Moore Colgate
2004–05 Mike Schafer Cornell
2005–06 Bob Gaudet Dartmouth
2006–07 Joe Marsh St. Lawrence
2007–08 Guy Gadowsky Princeton
2008–09 Keith Allain Yale
2009–10 Nate Leaman Union
2010–11 Nate Leaman Union
2011–12 Rick Bennett Union
2012–13 Rand Pecknold Quinnipiac
2013–14 Don Vaughan Colgate

Winners by schoolEdit

School Winners
Union 5
Colgate 4
St. Lawrence 4
Yale 4
Cornell 3
Clarkson 2
Dartmouth 2
Brown 1
Harvard 1
Princeton 1
Quinnipiac 1
Vermont 1

Multiple WinnersEdit

Recipient Trophies
Joe Marsh 4
Mike Schafer 3
Tim Taylor 3
Bob Gaudet 2
Nate Leaman 2
Stan Moore 2
Mark Morris 2
Don Vaughan 2

See alsoEdit

References Edit

General Edit

Specific Edit

  1. "Gostisbehere, Bodie, Carr earn spots on ECAC Hockey All-League Teams", Union Athletics, 2013-03-21. Retrieved on 2013-08-01. 
  2. "ECAC Hockey Loses Legendary Coach", Union Athletics, 2013-04-28. Retrieved on 2013-08-04. 
  3. "Tim Taylor Year-by-Year Coaching Record", Retrieved on 2013-08-04. 

External linksEdit

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