Mark Taylor, Mason Family Hobart Head Hockey Coach, will be inducted into the New York State Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2024 on July 13. The ceremony will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy, New York. Taylor's recognition accompanies a lineup including 1980 U.S. Olympic heroes like Mike Eruzione and Ken Morrow, as well as NHL legend Denis Potvin. Taylor has achieved notable success, including back-to-back national championships and a career record of 404-176-55 over 24 years with Hobart. This honor highlights his sustained excellence and contributions to Hobart Hockey.

By the Numbers
  • 24 years as Head Coach at Hobart
  • Career record of 404-176-55
  • 9 NCAA tournament selections in a row and 13 overall
  • 20 consecutive winning seasons
  • Back-to-back national championships with a 36-0-0 home record over two seasons
State of Play
  • Hobart has achieved two national championships under Taylor in the last two seasons.
  • The team has a 37-game winning streak on home ice.
  • For the 2023-24 season, Hobart went 28-2-1, marking another impressive year.
What's Next

The upcoming induction ceremony on July 13 will solidify Coach Taylor's legacy in hockey history. Hobart Hockey, under Taylor's mentorship, is expected to maintain its high performance, with continued success anticipated in future seasons.

Bottom Line

Coach Mark Taylor's induction into the New York State Hockey Hall of Fame highlights his unparalleled success and influential career at Hobart. His leadership has not only transformed the program but has also left a lasting impact on collegiate hockey.