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WSC Hockey Coach Resigns

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After three years and two national championships-- Williston State College's head hockey coach Seamus Gregory has resigned.

Gregory is leaving boomtown to take another head coaching position at Northland College-- a division 3 school in Wisconsin.

The Tetons hired gregory in 2011 to be the first head coach of the brand new hockey team.

In three short years Gregory took a program trying to establish themselves at the Junior College level to a NJCAA National Hockey Championship-- twice.

Gregory says it was tough to leave the program but it's always been his goal to advances professionally.

Seamus Gregory- Head Coach "It's been my little baby that I started here, but sometimes you just have to move on. It's just a professional move, the city of Williston have been very good to me so it's going to be hard to leave at the end of the month

Along with a new Hockey head coach WSC is still looking for an athletic director-- the coaches have been splitting those duties.
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