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Mykul Haun
Mykul Haun
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 603-535-2776
Email: mshaun@plymouth.edu

            Mykul Haun is in his first season PSU head women’s ice hockey coach, joining the staff in the fall of 2016.  A 2007 graduate of Plymouth State, Haun is a former four-year letterman for the Panther men’s team who has been coaching ice hockey at the minor and junior league level the past six years.

            “We are very pleased to announce Mykul Haun as our new women’s ice hockey coach,” said PSU interim director of athletics Kim Bownes. “He is a proud alum of Plymouth State and has a passion for his alma mater. Coach Haun has been around the sport of ice hockey as a player and coach for more than 20 years, and we’re confident he will be an outstanding leader for our student-athletes. I know both he and the team are eager to begin with the preseason.”

            After graduating from PSU and playing hockey professionally for two years, Haun began his off-ice career as Director of Hockey Operations at BlueStreak Sports Training in Stamford, Conn. He has served as head coach of the New York Apple Core/Westchester Express, a U16AAA Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League team in New York, and is the Owner/Operator of Sniper Academy Hockey, a player development company in New York/Connecticut. Haun was also associate head coach for the New England Wolves of the Eastern Hockey League, and was head coach and general manager for the New Hampshire IceCats Hockey Club based at Waterville Valley, N.H.

            A native of Alameda, Calif., Haun played hockey at PSU from 2003-07 and was the recipient of the John C. Foley Leadership Award presented by the athletic department. He graduated cum laude with a degree in Exercise Science.

            “I'm thrilled to be taking over the Plymouth State women's ice hockey program,” said Haun. “I have seen the program build and grow since its inception, when my wife Sam was one of the first captains when the program made its varsity debut. As an alum of both Plymouth State University and the men's hockey program, I take pride in being a Panther and I'm excited to take the women's hockey program to the next level.”

            “We have a great nucleus of student-athletes that can help continue to build this program,” said Haun. “I appreciate the opportunity that the selection committee and the University has given me and I take pride in the professionalism and genuine approach everyone on staff has shown me.”