Princeton Head Coach Bob Prier Resigns

The Tigers are in search of a new bench boss after Prier steps down.

Princeton University announced on Monday that Bob Prier has resigned as head coach of the Tigers after three seasons behind the bench.

Prier's career with the Tigers ends with a 25-58-12 record, including a dismal 6-26-0 record this past season and a last place finish in the ECAC. Prier came to Princeton after being an assistant at St. Lawrence, taking over the Princeton program after Guy Gadowsky was hired as the head coach at Penn State.

The Tigers announced that a national search will begin immediately for Prier's replacement.

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