William Bowes
William Bowes
Previous College: Worcester State, 1979
Position: Assistant Coach
William Bowes enters his third season as an assistant coach on Peter Van Buskirk's staff. Bowes will be involved in all aspects of practice and games and will be helping out with the recruiting process. Before Holy Cross Bowes was the head coach of the men's hockey program at the Wentworth Institute of Technology for nine seasons where he posted a 127-95-9 record. Bowes helped lead the Leopards to one ECAC South Championship, four ECAC Northeast Championships and four Division III NCAA Tournament appearances. In 1998 and 2000 Bowes was named the New England Hockey Writers ECAC North/Central/South Coach of the Year. Prior to WIT, Bowes was at the helm of the men's hockey program at Assumption College from 1986-1995 where he guided the Ice Dogs to a 124-96-8 clip. While at Assumption he was named the 1992 and 1994 New England Hockey Writers ECAC North/Central/South Coach of the Year. From 1979-1986 Bowes was the head coach of the men's program at Worcester Academy that tallied a 46-39-1 record and won a New England Prep School Championship. Since 1998 Bowes has been the Director of Phillips Exeter Academy Hockey School. Before becoming director, Bowes was an instructor and off-ice administrator from 1985-98. A 1979 graduate of Worcester State College, Bowes earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Health Education and Physical Education. In 1985 Bowes received a master's degree in counseling from Fitchburg State College. He was inducted into the Worcester State College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1977 and the Auburn High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 1973.