Grant Sherman – Director of Scouting and Director of Training
Before joining DITR Hockey, Grant Sherman played four years of varsity hockey at St. Mark’s School in the ISL and won two consecutive New England Prep School Championships in his junior and senior seasons. He was also a student president and four-year varsity baseball player while at St. Mark’s. He learned during this tenure the importance of fundamentals, player confidence, and that success breeds more success. These elements are where statistical probabilities meet training fundamentals.
Grant is currently an assistant coach for the Neponset Valley River Rats. His U16 team made it to state finals last year, and he is part of the coaching core at the River Rats that has demonstrated long-term success in player evaluation and development. He also plays for the Northeastern University ACHA hockey team that ranked in the top 20 in the country.
Grant uses his training elements he has learned by being coached by Scott Young, Carl Corazzini, Ken Hodge, David Quinn, Toby O’Brien, and Paul Vincent to name a few. He incorporates the best of traditional training along with the learnings of hockey statistical probabilities.
It’s what DITR Hockey is about, helping players breed success from success, probabilities and great fundamentals are what breeds success.