Mark Morris

Head Coach Boys’ Prep Hockey, Boys’ Hockey Director


Mark, a former student-athlete at Northwood, held a fourteen-year tenure at Clarkson University, won 306 games while losing 156 and tying 42 and was twice ECAC coach of the year. He returned to Northwood in 2004 as a coach, leading the team to Northwood’s first 40-win season ever. In 2006, he was appointed head coach of the Manchester Monarchs in the AHL. There he posted a record of 339-223-67. After his time at Northwood from 2004-2006, he also coached with the Florida Panthers, Charlotte Checkers, and Saint Lawrence University.

Stephen Mallaro, Associate Head Boys’ Prep Coach


Stephen is a 2006 graduate of Northwood School. He was the team captain on the first team to reach 40 wins under current coach Mark Morris. Stephen has had an extensive coaching career following a successful collegiate career at Oswego State University and minor pro career. He began coaching at Manhattanville College, earning a master’s degree in Sport Business Management. He then joined the College at Brockport for two seasons before being hired at King’s College as the first head coach in program history. Most recently, Stephen was the head coach at the Albany Academy Prep School.


Justin Felhaber, Assistant Coach Boys’ Varsity Hockey, English Faculty

Justin is a proud Northwood alum (Class of 2014) from Pembroke, Ontario and will be teaching English and coaching hockey.  After playing junior hockey for three years with the Pembroke Lumber Kings in the CCHL, he attended Hamilton College in Clinton, NY (Class of 2021).  Justin received a B.A. in English Literature and served as a captain of the Men’s Hockey Team during his time at Hamilton. Away from the classroom and the rink, he spends his free time playing guitar, golfing, and hiking with friends. 

Trent Durocher, Assistant Coach Girls’ Hockey, Strength and Conditioning Coach


Trent joins Northwood as an assistant hockey coach, and strength and conditioning coach. He has a long hockey career spanning from Junior “A”, collegiate, and playing professionally. Durocher attended SUNY Oswego where he majored in health and wellness management and minored in coaching. In his free time, Durocher enjoys golfing, spending time with family and friends, and experiencing all the ADKs has to offer.