New coaches bring experienced views to new jobs
by James Murphy
When Brendan Whittet played for Brown from 1990-94, playing for
a national championship and winning Ivy League championships
weren't uncommon or looked at as unattainable. That's why when he
was hired as coach at the school, he wasn't afraid to set such
accomplishments as real goals for the program.
"Our goals are to win a national championship, and I know people may think I'm crazy when I mention that, but Brown University is about excellence on the academic side and the hockey side is going to be excellent, too," said Whittet, who also is a native of North Providence. "So yes, our goal is a national championship and hopefully along the way a couple more league championships. It's going to take a lot of work and we're ready for it."
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