Trevor Large
Trevor Large

Assistant Coach

Six Years

Alma Mater:
Ferris State, 2003


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Trevor Large is in his sixth season with the Army hockey program and oversees the team's penalty kill as well as playing a large role with the goaltenders and recruiting.

A four-year player at Ferris State, Large was added to head coach Brian Riley's staff in September of 2008 and immediately took responsibility for Army's penalty kill unit and practice plans.

A tireless recruiter, Large plays a large role in shaping the Black Knights. He has tutored talented and high-scoring forwards Owen Meyer, Mike Hull, Eric Sefchik and Cody Omilusik and guided defensemen Mac Lalor, Maurice Alvarez, Cody Ikkala and John Clark among many others.

Large also plays a prominent role in Army's video analysis and scouting reports.

Prior to arriving at West Point, Large spent two seasons at American International College.

Large skated for four years with the Ferris State Bulldogs in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association and registered 33 points in 129 career games.

The teams' "Most Improved" player in 2001, he was a member of the 2003 regular-season championship squad that made the first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance for the Bulldogs.

Large and his wife, Molly, reside in Cold Spring, N.Y. The couple welcomed their first child, Brody, in 2012.

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