Casey Handrahan

Assistant Coach, Woman’s Hockey
University of Connecticut

A native of Niagara Falls, Ontario Handrahan is currently the assistant women’s ice hockey coach at the University of Connecticut. Previously, Handrahan compiled a 35-36-7 overall record over three years at the helm of the Neumann Knights. In his inaugural season with the Knights the team achieved its highest overall season winning percentage in program history with a 16-7-4 overall record.  Under his tutelage, two student-athletes were placed on All-ECAC teams. .

Prior to Neumann, Handrahan spent five seasons as a professional hockey player. In 2006, he was an integral part of the Kalamazoo K-Wings defense that won the Turner and Colonial Cup Championships in the United Hockey League. In the 2007-08 season, he was named the Defenseman of the Year with the Bloomington Prairie Thunder of the International Hockey League. In that same season, he was called-up to the American Hockey League for a stint with the Peoria Rivermen. In 2009, Handrahan went back to Kalamazoo and played his final season as a player-assistant.

A native of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Handrahan played his colligate years at Niagara University. In 2004, he made his impact as the team won the CHA Championship and advanced to the NCAA tournament. While a Purple Eagle, Handrahan was named to the CHA All-Academic Team twice and received his bachelor’s degree in business marketing. Handrahan and his wife, Kelly have two daughters, Madison and Ryley.

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