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Davidson Steps Down at St. Michael's

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Chris Davidson is stepping down as head coach of the St. Michael's men's hockey team.  In an email to fans and supporters, Davidson cited personal reasons for his decision to leave the post he has held for the last five years.  In those five seasons, the Knights went 47-79-9, winning two Northeast-10 regular season and two NE-10 tournament championships.  Davidson was also named the Northeast-10 coach of the year in his rookie season in 2007.

Before taking over as head coach, Davidson served as an assistant under longtime SMC head coach Lou DiMasi for seven years.  He also played at St. Michael's, graduating in 1999 after a four year career.  A forward, Davidson was captain of the of the 1998-99 Purple Knights team that won the Division Two NCAA National Championship and Davidson was named to the All-Tournament team, scoring a goal and an assists in the championship game.

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