One of the most-iconic coaches in college sports is expected to step down from his position.
Red Berenson, the head coach of Michigan's hockey team for the past 32 seasons and one of the most-successful coaches in all of college sports, is reportedly expected to step down today.
The legendary 77-year-old head coach is set to address his players at 3 p.m. and the expectation is that he'll be announcing his resignation.
Berenson has been Michigan's head coach since 1984, leading the Wolverines to two national championships, 11 Frozen Fours and 22 straight NCAA Tournaments from 1991 to 2012, the longest streak in college hockey history.
The Canada native played collegiately at Michigan, where he was an All-American. Berenson then went on to have a lengthy professional career, playing in six NHL All-Star Games.
The Wolverines' program has fallen off a bit in recent seasons, making the NCAA Tournament just once over the last five seasons.
This post will be updated once the announcement is official.
Update: Michigan has confirmed that Berenson is retiring.