Titans name Cromarty as new head coach
The New Jersey Titans, proud members of the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL), are pleased to announce that Sean Cromarty has been named the team’s new head coach.
As a player, Cromarty played at Upper Canada College (HS) Blues. He was a varsity player for three years (assistant captain and team MVP during the 1999/2000 season. He recorded 161 career points (86 goals and 75 assists) in 85 games which included three TDCAA and ISAA Championships.
After high school he played NCAA Division I ice hockey for Colorado College Tigers. He was a four-year letter winner and appeared in three NCAA tournament appearances. He was a member of the 2003 WCHA champions.
He played professionally for the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL.
Cromarty began his coaching career as the Westfield High School Hockey coach from 2011 – 2014 compiling a 46-20-9 record in three seasons. During that time he was the Skills Coach for the Jersey Rockets Tier 1 and II girls teams as well as the Bantam Major AAA top 25 nationally ranked team.
He was an assistant coach for the State University of New York at Cortland Assistant men’s ice hockey coach from 2015-16. He oversaw all recruiting efforts and oversaw the defensemen on a daily basis.
He recently was the head coach and general manager of the Rockets EHL Premier Team. He had a 46-38-5 record in two seasons. He placed four NCAA division 1 players, three USHL players; 16 NCAA Division III players and had three members go onto play professionally.
“I have known George Haviland since I was 12 and he has selflessly dedicated his life to the development of hockey in Monmouth county,” stated Cromarty. “With the facilities the club has in place, from the weight room to the physical therapy, locker room and ice time, it was a no-brainer to start coaching again and join the Titans. I am excited to work with the next generation of Titan players and help them reach and exceed their hockey goals,"
“We are very happy to have Sean join our staff of elite coaches,” said Titans NA3HL general manager George Haviland. "Sean’s experiences coaching junior hockey, combined with his playing resume, he will be a great fit for our tier 3 junior program. Sean will bring high energy and very new and innovative concepts to tier 3 junior hockey for athletes to develop on their path to NCAA and tier II junior hockey. I’ve known Sean for over 25 years, and he is a very grounded and levelheaded person. Welcome aboard Sean."