After just four seasons, Ohio State women’s hockey coach Nate Handrahan and one of his assistants has resigned.
An OSU spokesman confirmed the resignation in an email to The Lantern Wednesday afternoon, as well as the resignation of Keith Maurice, who joined the program in May 2013.
The spokesman did not provide a reason for the resignations.
The OSU women’s hockey team went 67-64-15 in four seasons under Handrahan, including a 17-16-3 mark this season.
In the 2012-2013 season, the Buckeyes posted a 19-win season, the second most in team history.
Handrahan was just the second head coach in the 15-year history of the program.