Jamie Dumont Named Assistant Coach of Men's Ice Hockey

Jamie Dumont served as an assistant coach at Bowdoin from 2001-05
Jamie Dumont served as an assistant coach at Bowdoin from 2001-05

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Maine native Jamie Dumont has returned to the Bowdoin Athletic Department as an assistant coach for the Polar Bear men's ice hockey team. No stranger to the College, Dumont served as an assistant for Bowdoin from 2001-2005.

Since helping lead the Polar Bears to 64 wins, a NESCAC Championship game appearance and NCAA berth in his four seasons under head coach Terry Meagher from 2001-2005, Dumont has served in several coaching capacities around the globe. His coaching resume includes stops at Division I Bowling Green and the Portland Junior Pirates, as well as internationally in Italy and the Netherlands.

He was the head coach of the Bolzano Ice Hockey Club in Italy from 2007-09, where he led the team to the Italian Professional League Championship and was a member of the Italian National Team coaching staff.

Dumont is a native of Lewiston, Maine and graduated from Oswego State University in 1998. He replaces Jeff Pellegrini, who left the school after two successful seasons to become an assistant coach for the Harvard University women's ice hockey team.