Jerry York Passes Ron Mason For Career Wins Record

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Boston College coach Jerry York became the NCAA hockey career victory leader Saturday, directing the top-ranked Eagles to a 5-2 win over Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday in the Mariucci Classic.
York has 925 victories in 41 seasons to move past former Michigan State coach Ron Mason for the record. York is 925-558-95 overall and 458-223-61 in 19 seasons at Boston College.
York began his career as a 26-year-old head coach at Clarkson in 1972, then took over for Mason at Bowling Green before heading to Boston College. He has won four national titles with the Eagles to go with one at Bowling Green.
Cam Spiro scored his first college goal 2:53 into the game, and the Bill Arnold and Danny Linell added goals for the Eagles in the opening period. Brendan Silk and Steven Whitney also scored for BC (12-2-1), and Parker Milner made 26 saves.
Jeff Vanderlugt and Craig Pierce scored for Alabama-Huntsville (3-15-1).

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