Associate Head Coach Andrew Falls returns to the University of Arkansas for his fifth season. Coach Falls joined Arkansas in 2018-19 after serving as a Graduate Assistant for Wagner College’s Men’s Hockey program.
Born in Jackson, Tennessee, and raised in Nashville, Coach Falls played for four years in the ACHA for McKendree University where, in 2016, he helped the Bearcats qualify for the National Championship. After college he worked in the front office of the St. Louis Blues and SPHL’s Knoxville Ice Bears. During his time with Wagner College, he helped transform a one-win team in 2016-2017 into a team that qualified for a conference tournament appearance in 2017-18. That campaign also saw the Seahawks earn a win over a Division I opponent.
Coach Falls graduated with a degree in Sport Management. He holds a Level 4 coaching certification with USA Hockey and has previously worked as a counselor at three different Mitch Korn goalie camps. During his time with the program, the Hogs have qualified for the National Tournament in three of his four years with the program.
Coach Falls holds a Bachelor of Sports Management from McKendree University. In his spare time Coach Falls enjoys to golf and spend time with his wife and daughter.