Angers enters the second season of his second stint as the Rams Head Ice Hockey Coach and his 8th overall after serving in the same capacity from 1990-1996. Angers is the second winningest coach in Rams program history with an overall record of 82-87-8 entering the 2017-18 campaign.
During his six years at the helm of the Rams ice hockey program from 1990-96, Angers compiled an overall record of 80-64-8 (.523) which included four appearances in the ECAC Tournament. The Rams advanced to the semifinals in 1994-95 and Angers was recognized as the 1995 New England Writers Coach of the Year for his efforts.
After parting ways with the Rams, Angers has held several head coaching positions at both the collegiate and high school levels. Most recently, Angers served as the head boys’ ice hockey coach at Worcester Academy since 2014. Prior to arriving at Worcester Academy, Angers was the head women’s ice hockey coach at Nichols College and spent time coaching at the Worcester Public School and St. Peter Marian High School.
Angers is a graduate of Fitchburg State University where he earned a degree in elementary and special education. During his time at Fitchburg State, Angers was a member of both the ice hockey and baseball teams. Angers completed work on a Master’s Degree at Clark University and currently works as special education teacher with the Worcester Public Schools.