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Bandits Strength Coach Joe Ferriss Heading to UConn for the 2018-19 Season

By Bandits Staff, 08/10/18, 8:15AM EDT

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Ferriss Moving to NCAA D1 - Galligan Takes Over U16's

The Boston Bandits are proud to announce that NCDC Assistant Coach, Joe Ferriss is moving to the NCAA Division 1 level with the UConn Huskies Men's program. Ferriss is a former Husky himself and key contributor to the program. He now takes on the role of Graduate Assistant coach for the 2018-19 season.

In his two years with the Bandits, Ferriss served as NCDC Assistant Coach in 2017-18 and Head Strength Coach from 2016-2018. Bandits’ teams enjoyed great success on and off the ice under Ferriss, as he implemented a complete development plan for the organization and played a key role in the opening of The Hub Training Center. Before moving on to the Huskies, Ferriss was set to lead the Bandits U16 USPHL team.

The Bandits are very pleased to announce the appointment of Seamus Galligan as Head Coach of the U16 team. Galligan played NCAA Division 1 Hockey at Union College and also enjoyed a productive professional hockey career. Coach Galligan holds an undergraduate degree from Union and an MBA from UMass. He has been a key member of the Bandits development and skills staff over the past few years and is a head instructor for Brian Pothier's Blueline Hockey. In 2017-18, Galligan was an Assistant Coach with the Tabor Academy Boys Varsity Hockey Team.