Mike Geragosian was an outstanding
student-athlete at Stoneham High School from 1967-1971. He excelled in
three varsity sports for the Spartans: soccer, tennis, and ice hockey.
He was captain of the varsity soccer team his senior year, lettered in
varsity tennis for four years, and was selected Booster Club best
student athlete his senior year.
Although he was an outstanding
student-athlete in soccer and tennis, ice hockey was Mike’s true
passion. His work ethic and love for the game allowed Mike to shine on
and off the ice, leading to some truly unheralded credentials. As a
freshman in 1967, Mike earned the starting goalie role for the Spartans
under Hall Of Fame coach Dick Burns. Mike’s historic four year varsity
record as goalie at SHS led his teams to an impressive 42 wins, ten
losses and seven ties, with an impressive goals against average of 1.80.
He is a member of the 1969-1970 Middlesex League championship Hall of
Fame team and was elected to the 1971 Middlesex League Hockey All Star
Upon graduating from Stoneham High School in 1971, Mike
went on to attend Lowell Technological Institute/Univ.of Lowell where
once again he earned the job as the starting goaltender and held that
position for all four years. Mike was elected to the All New England
Hockey All Star team. During his tenure, he was also a finalist in the
prestigious “Lester Cushing Award” as the best athlete of the year. He
was elected to University of Lowell Hall of Fame in 1981.
is a retired Marketing Education educator who spent thirty years
teaching at Wakefield High School and Nashoba Technical in Westford,
Mass. Mike used his coaching experience and his Stoneham roots to
inspire many students to reach their goals and encouraged a successful
identity to all those he taught.
Mike has held coaching
positions at University of Lowell, where he assisted Coach Bill Riley to
win three Division Two National Championships; helped coach Princeton
University under Toot Cahoon; and was an assistant coach at Merrimack
College under Ron Anderson. Mike also worked in USA Olympic hockey
development programs for men’s and women’s ice hockey. He is presently
coaching in his fifteenth year at Boston University where he helped
coach a 2009 National Championship team under legendary Coach Jack
Parker. Mike holds a Master’s degree in Economics and currently resides
in North Andover with his wife Diane. Together they have four children
Adam, Brian, Craig, and Leah and one grandson Rylan.