Kris Horn Director of Hockey Operations firstname.lastname@example.org (845)938-8012
When Brian Riley was named Army hockey’s 16th head coach in 2004, he was familiar with West Point.
Following 14 years as an assistant to his brother Rob and a lifetime of hockey education from his father Jack, Brian Riley knew all about the U.S. Military Academy.
Head Hockey Coach Brian Riley
Zach McKelvie begins his fourth season as an assistant coach for the men's hockey program and has made a key impact since returning to the banks of the Hudson in 2014.
McKelvie came back to West Point after winning the East Coast Hockey League title with the Alaska Aces this spring. He played in 42 games for the Aces, including the playoffs and had four points in the run to the Kelly Cup.
Associate Head Hockey Coach Zach McKelvie
Mason Graddock was named an Assistant Coach for the Army West Point hockey team in June of 2018.
Graddock arrived on the banks of the Hudson after a two-year stint with USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program. He served as an intern assistant coach for the U.S. National Under-18 Team.
Assistant Hockey Coach MASON GRADDOCK
Kris Horn joined the Army West Point hockey team as the Director of Operations in the fall of 2018.
He arrived on the banks of the Hudson after serving as the Assistant Hockey Coach at the College of Brockport for two seasons.
Prior to joining the Golden Eagles staff, Horn had a one-year stint at Union, helping the Dutchmen reach the ECAC postseason tournament.
Director of Hockey Operations KRIS HORN
Equipment Manager Ross Chicantek
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