Volunteer Assistant Coach
Max Mobley begins his first season with the University of Notre Dame hockey program, serving as the program’s volunteer assistant coach. He joined the coaching staff at the start of 2018-19 campaign after spending four seasons at Hamilton College as an assistant coach.
During his time with the Continentals, he aided in recruiting for a program that was consistently one of the top-15 Division III hockey programs in the country. During the 2016-17 season, the team advanced to the Elite Eight and saw the program’s first NCAA tournament win. In 2017-18 Mobley was tasked with managing the team’s penalty kill which finished 91.0 percent for the season.
In addition to his responsibilities as an assistant coach at Hamilton, he had the opportunity to teach classes, coordinate game management tasks, give private skills lessons and plan community service events.
Prior to Mobley’s stint at Hamilton, he served as the volunteer coach at St. Lawrence where he helped to formulate team systems, practice plans and player development. Under head coach, Greg Carvel, Mobley engaged in player development and created pre-scout video presentations.
Mobley received his bachelor’s from St. Lawrence in 2012 where he spent four years on the varsity hockey team and appeared in 91 games for the program. He went to get his master’s from Canisius College and is from Glendale, Arizona.