A veteran coach in Atlantic Hockey, Trevor Large is in his second season as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with the Canisius College hockey program.
In his first season with the Blue and Gold, Large assisted in all aspects of the program and helped the Griffs to one of their most successful campaigns. Canisius matched its highest Atlantic Hockey finish by placing second in the final standings, while the Griffs also set a school record by allowing just 2.24 goals per game.
Large spent six seasons at Army from 2008 to 2014, serving as the program’s assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. During his time with the Black Knights, Large worked with all facets of the program – forwards, defensemen, power play and penalty kill – helping coach six all-conference performers and three selections to the league’s all-rookie team. He also served as the team’s video coordinator at Army.
Prior to joining the Black Knights, Large spent two seasons at American International College from 2006 to 2008. At both Army and AIC, Large led the programs’ recruiting efforts, which included each team’s first-ever recruits from the highly-regarded USHL.
Large has also served as a coach at the USA Hockey National Select Festivals in 2014 and 2015.
A four-year letterwinner at Ferris State from 2000 to 2004, Large totaled 33 points, 19 goals and 14 assists in 129 career games. The team’s Most Improved Player in 2001, he helped the Bulldogs to the 2003 CCHA regular-season championship and first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance.
A native of Brampton, Ontario, Large earned his bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Ferris State in 2004 and his MBA from AIC in 2008.
Large and his wife, Molly, have one son, Broderick, and one daughter, Harper.