Michigan Tech head hockey coach Joe Shawhan announced the hiring of Chris Brooks as an assistant coach.
Brooks joins the Huskies from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point where he was head coach the past six seasons, leading the team to three straight NCAA Division III Frozen Fours and winning the National Title in 2016. Brooks played collegiately at Western Michigan University.
"Chris is going to be a great addition to our staff," Shawhan said. "Having known him for several years, I'm excited for him to bring his enthusiasm for teaching the game of hockey to our program. He has a proven record of success in both recruiting and developing players and will be a great resource for me to rely on. Chris built Stevens Point into a perennial National Championship level program and is a well-respected coach across college hockey."
"I'm honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity that Athletic Director Suzanne Sanregret and Head Coach Joe Shawhan have given me," said Brooks. "I look forward to sharing my experiences that I have learned over my years playing and coaching to help continue the great tradition that is Michigan Tech hockey.
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