The men’s and women’s Harvard hockey teams welcomed in new director of hockey operations Brendan Flemming for the 2013-14 season, and Flemming enters his fifth season in the position in 2017-18. Flemming brings years of scouting a coaching experience to the position with the Crimson squads.
Flemming worked as the assistant men’s hockey coach for two seasons at Division III Babson before joining the Crimson. While with the Beavers, Flemming helped the men’s hockey team reach a 27-20-9 record. After a trying first season with the team, Flemming’s second season saw the team rebound and post an 18-7-5 record, claiming the ECAC East Championship.
Prior to coaching at Babson, Flemming built up an impressive scouting background. He was the U.S. Coordinator of Scouting in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for a time before landing the job at Babson. Flemming also worked as a New England regional scout for the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles where he scouted talent for the QMJHL and the NHL.
Along with coaching at Babson, Flemming was an assistant coach at Suffolk for the 2010-11 season. Between coaching at Babson and Suffolk, Flemming has helped send four division III players to professional hockey.
Flemming holds a Bachelor’s degree from Stonehill in business administration, graduating in 2003.