Head Coach: Andrew Will
Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Coach Will is entering his tenth season as the Varsity Hockey coach at Salisbury where he also serves as the Dean of the Fourth Form and Director of Student Life. In that time, the team has compiled a 183-42-20 (.787) record while capturing the 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2015 New England Prep Championship, six Housatonic League titles (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016 & 2017) and the 2009, 2013, and 2014 Flood-Marr Tournament.
Before arriving on the Hilltop, Coach Will spent four years teaching English and coaching hockey at Upper Canada College which is also located in Toronto. Coach Will lead the Blues to the CISAA finals in 3 of his 4 seasons at UCC.
Prior to his time at Upper Canada, Will served as an assistant hockey coach at Union College (Schenectady, NY) where the Dutchmen saw their overall record improve each of his four seasons with the program. In 2003, Coach Will moved across the Hudson River where he spent the season as an assistant coach at RPI (Troy, NY). That year, the Engineers went on to win 22 games and advanced to the ECAC Quarter-Finals.
An accomplished collegiate athlete, Will captained the hockey team at Union College in his senior year. After a successful season, Will was named the ECAC Defensive Defenseman of the Year and was selected as a member of the All-ECAC Second Team. Will went on to play two seasons of professional hockey.
Matthew Corkery | profile
Matt grew up on the campus of St. George's School in Rhode Island and at the Cranbrook School in Michigan, where his father worked as a teacher, administrator and headmaster for over thirty years. After his graduation from college, Matt wanted to find that same kind of environment for his own family. He knew it was a wonderful atmosphere in which to grow and raise a family. In 1982, Matt and his late wife Ann found Salisbury. Matt lives on campus in the Class of '95 House and has three children
Kurt Colling | profile
Originally from Ripley, Ontario, Kurt attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) where he majored in Industrial & Management Engineering and was a student-athlete as a member of the men’s hockey team. After graduating in 2009, he spent a year working as a nuclear operator at a power plant in Ontario. In 2010, Kurt returned to his passions - education and coaching - at Castleton University, where he served as the graduate assistant coach with the men’s hockey team from 2010-2012 while obtaining his Master of Arts in Education. Since then, he has taught and coached at multiple boarding schools in New England. At Salisbury, he will be teaching in the Science department and coaching hockey and soccer. He is passionate about having a positive impact on his students in the classroom, dorm, and the playing field.
In his spare time, Kurt likes to read, stay active, and stay updated on world news. Kurt lives in Priestman Cottage with his wife, Jade, two cats, and his lab-greyhound mix, Yuki.
Will Leedy | profile
Originally from the Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas area, Will attended Connecticut College where he majored in European History. In addition to his studies Will was a student athlete, playing hockey for all four years of college and was also a student leader in Residential Life. After graduating in 2015, Will moved directly into coaching as the Assistant Coach of the Men’s Hockey Team at Connecticut College. There he was involved in the recruitment of student athletes; helping to make all those who came to campus feel welcomed and at home. At Salisbury, Will works in Admissions and coaches both hockey and soccer. He is passionate about having a positive impact on everyone with whom he comes in contact – whether that’s through his work in Admissions, as a coach or as a dorm parent.
In his spare time, Will likes to stay active as well as read and watch hockey, soccer and football. Will lives in the Main Building.