It looks like the “Hawk Nation Domination” era at the University of Hartford is going to be cut short.
Having only joined the staff back in May 2014, Hartford AD Anton Goff is going to be jumping ship for St. John’s.
St. John's will name Hartford @AD_Goff_UHart school's new AD on Monday, per source. Chris Mullin will still report to Joe Oliva.— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) November 13, 2016
Turns out their newest hashtag campaign #TakeFL16HT is a bit more accurate than anyone realized.
Goff spent only two years at Hartford, but in that time created a sense of excitement that the school seemed to be lacking with Hawk Nation Domination. He was the fifth director in school history, taking over after former AD Pat Meiser retired after over two decades in the position.
There haven’t yet been any rumors as to Goff’s replacement.
On the court, John Gallagher and the Hawks lost their opener to Central Connecticut, and play Niagara at home on Nov. 15.