Kevin Richardson is entering his first year as the AB Boys Varsity Head Coach after being an assistant coach with the program for the past 3 years. He began his involvement with the program in 2015 as a volunteer assistant on the JV team and was hired on as the Boys Varsity Assistant Coach in 2016. During this period, Richardson has also been the head coach of the 495 Stars U18 program. Over the past 3 years, he has been identified by the players a “player’s coach” who is committed to each of their development on and off the ice and achievement of their athletic, academic, and career goals.
Prior to coaching, Richardson was a stay at home defensemen for Nichols College from (‘08-‘11) where he helped the program win their first ECAC-NE Conference Championship in school history and earn a bid into the NCAA Div III Tournament where they were ranked 13th in the country with a 25-4-0 record. While at Nichols he had 18pts in 79 games played. Prior to his NCAA career, Richardson attended the top rated Okanagan Hockey Academy in British Columbia from ‘03-‘05 where he captained the Midget AAA Team his senior year and led the program to their first winning season in program history. After graduating, he went on to play 3 years of Tier II Junior “A” hockey in the Maritime Junior Hockey League and Manitoba Junior Hockey League before making his way to Massachusetts for college.
A native of Temecula, California, Richardson graduated from Nichols College with a BSBA in Finance and Accounting, obtained a MBA from Fitchburg State, and is a registered CPA in the state of Massachusetts. Richardson and his wife, Nicole, reside in Lunenburg with their daughter, Aubrielle, and two dogs, Bella & Meeka.
Nichols College, ‘95
Marc Currier has been coaching the JV Boys Hockey Coach at Acton Boxborough Regional High School since 2008. Marc continues to groom JV players at AB to be successful Varsity players in
Currier joins the Colonials from Division III Nichols College (ECAC) where he graduated in 1995 and recorded 53 goals and 47 assists for 100 points. Marc is currently the 3rd all-time leading scorer at Nichols and holds the school record for goals scored in a single game (6). Marc was a member of the 1995 Nichols team that qualified for the ECAC Division III playoffs, the first Bison team to qualify for post season play in twenty-five years.