Scott Owens has stepped down at Colorado College after 15 years at the helm.
According to a press release from CC, Owens and athletic director Ken Ralph met after the season and “agreed” that “it was time for Owens to step down.”
Colorado College had a tough year going 7-24-6. The Tigers were knocked out of the NCHC tournament in the first round by UND in a tight, three-game series.
The Tigers have only made the tournament one time in the last six years. In 2011, they knocked off top-seeded Boston College in the first round.
Owens finishes with a record of 324-228-54.
Five names that come to mind as possible candidates are current assistant Eric Rud, former DU coach George Gwozdecky, former CC and current Minnesota assistant Mike Guentzel, Sioux Falls coach Cary Eades and Green Bay coach Derek Lalonde.