Mike Field comes to Arizona State from the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL where he served as the assistant coach and director of scouting. During his tenure in Dubuque, Field’s teams won the Clark Cup, the USHL equivalent of the Stanley Cup, produced seven NHL draft picks, and three NCAA All-Freshman Team selections.
Field joined the Fighting Saints in the summer of 2012 as the club’s Assistant Coach and Director of Scouting, replacing Bobby Kinsella. Under the direction of Head Coach Jim Montgomery, Field and the coaching staff helped the Fighting Saints to a team record 45-11-8 season during the 2012-2013 campaign. Dubuque claimed the Anderson Cup as the league’s top regular season team, and won the Clark Cup as the USHL’s postseason champions.
Field coached for four years with Dubuque, where the Fighting Saints finished no lower than third in the USHL Eastern Conference. He also coached current Sun Devil Ryan Stevens. Field’s expertise comes in the recruiting field, where he has a unique insight into the elite talent pools across North America.
He also worked as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for American International College, where he recruited three Atlantic Hockey All-Conference selections.
Originally from Marquette, Mich., Field went to prep school at the prestigious Shattuck-Saint Mary’s in Minnesota -- the alma mater of NHL stars Sidney Crosby, Jonathan Toews and Zach Parise. Field played collegiately at American International College from 2004-08, and was named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team in each season. He also played professionally with the Fort Wayne Komets of the International Hockey League.
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