Ryan Frain will once again be the face of Temple ice hockey, only this time in a different capacity.
The former standout player turned assistant coach has been named the new head coach of Temple’s ice hockey club, it was announced Monday.
Seniors Joe Pisko, Kurt Noce, Nick McMahon and Chris Mullen headed a search committee and made the decision for the club, which finished 17-12 overall last season and missed the American Collegiate Hockey Association Regional Tournament for the second consecutive season.
Frain was a standout on the ice for five seasons (2006-11) and stands as the club’s all-time leader in goals, assists, points and games played. He spent two years as an assistant under former coach Jerry Roberts, who resigned in Feburary.
Frain will get his first taste of head coaching when the team reassembles for tryouts in early September.