|Title:||Head Hockey Coach|
Chris Glionna returns for his sixth campaign full season as Head
Ice Hockey Coach at Suffolk this winter. The former Ram standout
served as an assistant coach under Brian Horan for five seasons
before ascending to the top post for the 2004-05 season. During his
time at Suffolk, Glionna has seen his program grow as one of the
most reputable Division III hockey programs in New England. Last
season Glionna coached Mitch Sabo ('09) who was named a ECAC
Northeast All-Star as well a New England Hockey Writers All-Star.
He also coach Kyle Cook ('09) was named an ESPN the Magazine's
Academic All-District, the first such player in program history to
earn such honors. In his six seasons behind the Rams bench, Glionna
has seen four of his players earn recognition throughout and New
England. He has coached two of Suffolk's top ten leading scorers in
program history, and five of his players are among the leaders in
program history for goals scored in a season.
Glionna is a 1995 Suffolk University graduate and also earned his Law degree at Suffolk University Law School in 2001. He is currently an attorney for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Glionna was recently named by Boston Magazine as a 2009 Massachusetts “Super Lawyers Rising Stars” in litigation from a poll of Massachusetts attorneys conducted by Boston Magazine and Law and Politics Magazine. Super Lawyers Rising Stars” are nominated by their peers and evaluated by a blue ribbon panel. Only 2.5% of the eligible attorneys in Massachusetts are selected. To qualify, an attorney must be age 40 or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less.
Glionna's father, Leonard A. Glionna and brother, Josh Glionna, also graduated from Suffolk University.
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