Kevin Deeth joined the Notre Dame Staff in July of 2012 as the Assistant Programming and Instruction Manager. Kevin works alongside Mike McNeill in developing the local youth hockey teams (IYHL), organizing incoming tournaments, running hockey clinics, and doing private lessons for the Compton Family Ice Arena. He is also in charge of the new curling program at the Compton Family Ice Arena and the Senior Hockey League.
Prior to returning to Notre Dame, Kevin played two years of professional hockey with the Calgary Flames farm team in Salt Lake City, Utah and most recently in Norway. Kevin was a 4 year monogram winner and captain for the Notre Dame hockey team. He helped bring 2 CCHA championships and Notre Dame's first ever Frozen Four bid. He currently holds the record for most games played at Notre Dame with 164 and holds a degree in marketing from the University.
Kevin is originally from Gig Harbor, Washington and attended high school at the hockey powerhouse Shattuck St. Mary's in Faribault, Minnesota. He currently resides in South Bend with his wife Kelley.