Thank you, Coach! Kreick Steps Away From BG
NASHUA, N.H. — After eight seasons at the helm of the Bishop Guertin Varsity Girls Basketball Team, head coach Brad Kreick has announced that he will be stepping down from the position.
Kreick leaves BG after eight seasons, six outright state championships (2016, ’17, ’18, ’19, ’22 and ’23), one shared title (2020) and a 167-17 overall record with a mark of 142-5 against New Hampshire opponents. During his time leading the program, the Cardinals made the championship game all seven years the tournament was played to completion, with the 2020 COVID-shortened campaign as the only blemish on that mark.
“It’s been an incredible eight-year experience, and I appreciate the opportunity BG gave me to lead the program,” Kreick said. “I am eternally grateful for the players I’ve had the privilege to coach — they are the heart and soul of what the program is all about and the key reason the program has been successful.
“A huge thank you, as well, to the great assistant coaches who have dedicated themselves to the program over the past eight years, including Kyle Tave, Kristie, Mullin, Mike Paquette, Michaela Zebrak and Scott Brannen,” he added. “They are all great teachers and even better people.
Most recently, Kreick’s Cardinals capped an unbeaten 21-0 season en route to their second straight title, once again defeating Bedford in the championship game. That game will serve as a perfect way for Kreick to go out, leading his players to overcome a 10-point deficit to start the final quarter of play before eventually beating the Bulldogs by six points, 51-45.
Bishop Guertin thanks Coach Kreick for all his contributions to the program and the school over the course of his time as head coach and wished him well in all his future endeavors.
A search for a new head coach will begin shortly.