SAD NEWS: Notre Dame head coach announce a devastating news just now…..

Brock Sheahan is named head coach-in-waiting of Notre Dame.
Before taking the helm in 2025–2026, Sheahan will serve as associate head coach this season. Brock Sheahan has been named head coach-in-waiting by Notre Dame, the team announced on Monday.

Jeff Jackson, the head coach of the Fighting Irish right now, declared that the 2024–25 campaign will mark his final one as head coach.
Sheahan will assume head coaching responsibilities for the 2025–2026 campaign. Sheahan is currently the associate head coach for the Fighting Irish.

After a five-year professional career that included stops in the ECHL, AHL, and Germany, Sheahan began his coaching career.
Sheahan began his coaching career in 2013 after putting his skates away, serving as an assistant coach for the University of Notre Dame, where he played four years from 2004 to 2008.

Sheahan left the team after one season and took the same position at Holy Cross. Before joining the Chicago Steel (USHL), he worked with the team for four seasons as associate head coach and assistant coach.

Sheahan served as the Steel’s associate head coach from 2018 to 2020 and head coach from 2020 to 2022. In his first full season in that role, Sheahan led the team to a Clark Cup Championship.
Before taking on his current position with the Fighting Irish, Sheahan spent one season as the head coach of the Chicago Wolves (AHL) after leaving the Steel.

Sheahan is a good choice to head the Fighting Irish as a young coach who has achieved success at many different levels in his coaching career.

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