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After becoming just the second head coach in the history of the program during the 2011-12 season, Handrahan led the Buckeyes to a 16-16-4 record and a 13-14-1 mark in the WCHA.
Handrahan joined Ohio State after serving five years as head coach of the Robert Morris women's hockey program. Taking over the team following its inaugural season in 2005-06, Handrahan's coaching style established a young program that has shown great strides of growth each year.
During his time at Robert Morris, Handrahan has produced two All-CHA First Team, three Second Team and three All-Rookie Team selections. The Colonials have also had success in the classroom as Handrahan's teams have earned 46 CHA All-Academic team honors.
Before taking the helm of the women's program, Handrahan served as an assistant coach to the RMU men's hockey team for two seasons under head coach Derek Schooley. He assisted in the day-to-day operations of the team as well as instructing on and off the ice.
At the conclusion of the 1999-2000 season, Handrahan was signed by the Roanoke Express of the ECHL. He played the remainder of the 2000 season as well as the 2000-2001 season with the Express.
Handrahan and his wife, Nicole, have three daughters, Haylee, Mara and Lila.