Sean Merriman, BTN.com web editor, January 10, 2015
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson became the fourth head coach in Division 1 men's hockey history to win 800 career games after Michigan defeated Minnesota 7-5 on Saturday afternoon at Yost Ice Arena.
With the victory, the Wolverines captured their first weekend series sweep against the Gophers since Nov. 8-9, 1991.
Berenson won NCAA championships in 1996 and 1998 amid a national-record streak of 22 NCAA Tournament appearances, reached 11 Frozen Fours and won 11 Central Collegiate Hockey Association titles.
With his 800th career victory, Berenson joins a club that includes Jerry York (974 wins), Ron Mason (924 wins) and Jack Parker (897 wins).
@umichhockey sent out the following tweet after the Wolverines' victory over Minnesota on Saturday.
Congrats, coach Berenson.