Trinity Catholic High School names new Boys Ice Hockey Coach

Trinity Catholic High School appoints Mike Bernard as its new Boys Ice Hockey Coach. Mike played hockey at Stamford Catholic High School for the legendary Mickey Lione, Jr. from 1983 to 1986. He continued his playing career at Iona College where he served as team captain.

“We welcome Mike’s return to the Trinity family,” said Dr. Joe Gerics, Principal. “His coaching philosophy reflects our overall commitment to excellence in academics, athletics and extra curricular programs. Mike will improve our student athletes to achieve their best in the classroom and in our community, as well as on the ice.”

Mike began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Trinity Catholic High School under Peter Grant. He also coached Mid-Fairfield Youth Hockey, Stamford Youth Hockey and the Connecticut Yankees.

“I’m looking forward to returning to TCHS. I think with the staff we have put together and the support I have already received from the Administration and alumni we can return to a perennial contender quickly.”

Mike, his wife Megan Carroll, graduate of the class of 1993, are the parents of four children who either attended or are currently attending Trinity Catholic High School.

Trinity Catholic High School, located in Stamford, is a coeducational, college preparatory school under the direction of the Diocese of Bridgeport.

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