Curtis McKeon
Curtis McKeon
Title: Assistant Coach
Previous College: Salve Regina

A 2014 Salve graduate, Curtis Mckeon joined the coaching staff in 2015 as a volunteer assistant.  For four years, in addition to practice and game day roles focusing on face-off and offensive play, his student-athlete development efforts continue to positively impact the team.  His coaching & mentoring the FO/wing men will be an importsnt part to the Seahawks success in gaining possession in 2018.

Mckeon played in 60 games, starting 55, for the Seahawks from 2011-2014.  In his 60 games he tallied 81 goals (9th All-Time) and 48 assists (7th All-Time) for 129 points (6th All-Time).  During his four years, Mckeon was a two-way midfielder and an influential part of the Seahawks transition game.  He graduated as the most prolific face-off man ever at Salve Regina University.  He was 875-1426 FO from 2011-2014: 61.4% (1st All-Time).  He scooped up 629 ground balls (1st All-Time) averaging 10.48 GB’s (1st All-Time).   Mckeon was recognized as all conference his junior & senior year, was a member of the 2014 NEILA all-academic team and was also selected to compete in the 2014 NEILA senior all-star game. 

In 2014, he played in all 20 games during his senior season as he co-captained the Seahawks to a 15-5 record and the New England ECAC Championship.  Mckeon co-captained the 2014 Seahawks as they posted the best seasons in program history; the Seahawks set single season school records in games played (20), points (409), points per game (20.45), goals (268), goals per game (13.4), assists (141), assists per game (7.05), man up goals (37), saves (254), ground balls (816), and most importantly, wins (15). The Seahawks were also atop the Commonwealth Coast Conference in various statistical categories.

While attending Salve Regina University, Mckeon was a two-sport athlete (ice hockey) for two years.  He graduated from Salve Regina University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management.   Mckeon is originally from West Haven, Conn. where he attended St. Joseph’s High School in Trumbull, Conn.