Coach Resigns at Serra

By Riordan, Ryan | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA), March 21, 2013 | Go to article overview

Coach Resigns at Serra


Riordan, Ryan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)


Minutes after Serra Catholic's season ended in a loss to Mars Area last Thursday in the PIHL Class A Penguins Cup quarterfinals, Eagles coach Brian Boehm turned to senior Tyler Speis.

"I told him I didn't want to leave the ice," Boehm said.

It was the last game for both of them at Serra Catholic.

Boehm told the team earlier this season that he would be resigning at the end of the year. His wife got a job in West Virginia and he had already moved there.

"She got the job in September, but we kind of knew this was coming before that," Boehm said. "I thought about not coming back for this season, but we had such a young group that I wanted to see it through.

"I wanted to leave the program in good standing."

Boehm has been the Serra coach for the past seven seasons, but has been involved off-and-on with the program for more than 20 years. He was a player for the Eagles in the early 1990s and continued to help with the program throughout the years before becoming the head coach in 2006.

"I'm going to miss representing Serra," Boehm said. "Next year is going to be different without being around the program."

He leaves Serra Catholic with a 106-33-7 record in the regular season and a Class A Penguins Cup runner-up finish in 2010.

"One of my best memories is probably our trip to the finals about three years ago," Boehm said. …

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