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Mark Osiecki out as Ohio State men’s hockey coach

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Mark Osiecki is out as the Ohio State men’s hockey coach.
OSU announced Monday morning that Osiecki would not return to his position after three years in Columbus.
“We are making a change in our head hockey coaching position,” said OSU athletic director Gene Smith. “There was a difference of opinion over the management of the program that could not be resolved.”
Osiecki guided the Buckeyes to a 16-17-7 overall record and 13-10-5 mark in Central Collegiate Hockey Association play before losing to Notre Dame in conference tournament’s semifinals.
Osiecki compiled a 46-50-16 record at OSU.
According to OSU, associate head hockey coach Steve Rohlik “will be the primary point person for the program, student-athletes and recruits.”
Osiecki did not immediately return The Lantern‘s request for comment.
 

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