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Westcott E. S. Moulton was an American ice hockey player and coach who was the driving force behind Brown's hockey program revival after World War II.[1] An exciting player in his youth, the class of '31 graduate returned to his alma mater after serving in the Navy, working in various capacities until 1962 which included being the head coach of the ice hockey team after convincing then-President Henry Wriston to restart the program.[2] Moulton was an inaugural member of Brown's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1971. College Head Coaching record[3][edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason

Brown Bears
Brown Bears
(Division I Independent) (1947–48–1951–52)

1947–48 Brown 5-9-0

1948–49 Brown 7-7-0

1949–50 Brown 11-9-0

1950–51 Brown 18-6-0

NCAA Runner-Up

1951–52 Brown 13-7-1

Brown: 54-38-1

Total: 54-38-1

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference tournament champion

References[edit]

^ "Westcott E. S. Moulton". Brown Bears. Retrieved 2014-08-13.  ^ "Westcott Moulton". Find A Grave. Retrieved 2014-08-13.  ^ "Brown Men's Hockey Season-by-Season Results". Brown Bears. Retrieved 2014-08-13. 

External links[edit]

Biographical information and career statistics from Eliteprospects.com, or The Internet Hockey Database

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Brown Bears
Brown Bears
men's ice hockey

Playing venues

Meehan Auditorium
Meehan Auditorium
(1961–present)

Head coaches

Irving Hunt (1897–1899) Charles Cooke (1899–1900) Theodore Pevear (1900–1902) Harold MacKinney (1902–1903) Stephen Hunt (1903–1904) Peter Chase (1904–1905) Prescott Hill (1905–1906) James Gardner (1926–1927) Jean Dubuc
Jean Dubuc
(1927–1929) Thomas Taylor (1929–1931, 1933–1938) Robert Taylor (1931–1933) Arthur Lesieur (1938–1939) Westcott Moulton (1947–1952) Donald Whiston (1952–1955) James Fullerton (1955–1970) J. Allan Soares (1970–1974) Richard Toomey (1974–1978) Paul Schilling (1978–1982) Herb Hammond (1982–1988) Bob Gaudet (1988–1997) Roger Grillo (1997–2009) Brendan Whittet (2009–present)

Conference affiliations

ECAC Hockey
ECAC Hockey
(1961–present)

All-time leaders

Bill Gilligan (180 Points) Bob Wheeler (86 Goals)

Frozen Four appearances

1951 1965 1976

NCAA Tournament appearances

1951 1965 1976 1993

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