Kevin Krogol joined the Mustang athletic staff in the fall 2013 as head coach of the men's ice hockey program after serving in an interim capacity for the 2012-13 season.
Throughout four years at the helm of the program, Krogol has compiled an overall record of 21-65-11, and remains as a competitor within the SUNYAC Conference.
Krogol most recently guided the Mustangs to a 5-17-2 overall record in 2015-16, as a program best 15 collected academic honors from the conference. His team was one of 10 athletic varsity squads at Morrisville State to post a combined GPA of over a 3.0.
For four seasons as assistant with the Mustang program, Krogol worked specifically with the forwards and penalty kill, in addition to off-ice duties of recruiting throughout the Northeast and Canadian Territories, to go along with scouting, video analysis, academic coordination and strength training and development.
Aside from coaching, Krogol also spearheaded several charity events and community service initiatives with the program, including awareness and fundraising campaigns for Autism Awareness and Special Olympics.
Krogol played college hockey for ECAC West power Utica College as a forward from 2003 – 2007, serving as captain his senior season. In 78 games, he tallied 19 goals and 12 assists, as Utica made appearances in the ECAC West play-offs each season. In 2005 they captured the ECAC West regular season championship title.
He earned his baccalaureate degree in management and marketing from Utica in 2007.
Prior to joining the Pioneers, Krogol spent four seasons as a forward in the North American Hockey League (NAHL), a Tier II Junior A League, two seasons each with the Danville Wins and Soo Indians.
The Livonia, Michigan native continues to be active in the community, serving as an instructor for various hockey clinics throughout the area, including the Blue Line Hockey School. He previously served as an instructor for the Heenan Hockey Schools in Utica, and was an assistant coach in 2010 for the Empire State Games.