Roc City names Staley new head coach
March 31, 2016
The Roc City Royals Junior Hockey Program, proud members of the NA3EHL (now NA3HL), is pleased to announce that Marc Staley has accepted the Head Coaching Position. Staley will begin his duties as coach immediately.
Staley played college hockey for the R.I.T. Tigers and graduated in 1996. After a brief stint in the ECHL and overseas in Switzerland, Staley returned to an assistant coaching position at R.I.T. for one season before accepting an assistant coaching position at SUNY Geneseo from 1998-2003.
Staley has been the Head Coach at Notre Dame High School in Batavia, NY the past nine seasons, racking up two sectional championships, two coach of the year awards, and recently became the all-time winningest coach in the programs storied history. He is a Level 4 USA Hockey Coach as well as a licensed NYS High School Hockey Coach.
Staley also has tremendous connections within the NCAA hockey community, as well as throughout the Tier II, and Tier I Junior leagues in the USA and Canada. Staley is certified in First Aid, CPR, and EAD via the American Red Cross. We are thrilled to have such an accomplished, qualified, and dedicated Head Coach on board to lead our Roc City Royals into the future.
Staley lives in Batavia with his wife Erin, daughter Helaina (8), and son Luke (6).