Josh Ciocco, an assistant coach for Merrimack, passed away unexpectedly on Monday. According to information provided by Mike McMahon on Tuesday, Josh Ciocco, 38, died on Monday, October 3, 2022. ‘Very sorry to learn this morning that Merrimack assistant coach Josh Ciocco passed tragically yesterday at the age of 38,’ says McMahon’s official statement. My sympathies are with Josh’s family and the hockey teams at Merrimack and UNH, which he had played for in the past.
Josh Ciocco Cause of Death
According to online reports, Josh Ciocco had no prior history of illness or deteriorating health.
We still don’t know the exact reason why Josh Ciocco passed away. No official information is available regarding the cause of death for Josh Ciocco. Further, his passing and funeral plans will be revealed.
Merrimack said in a statement that Josh, who was beginning his fifth season with the Warriors, “was tireless in recruiting outstanding and devoted student-athletes to Merrimack, and equally passionate in his devotion to coaching them to attain their fullest potential.” We send our prayers and sincere condolences to Josh’s parents, brothers, and all players and coaches on the Merrimack men’s hockey team.
Josh’s death is a tragic loss for the hockey community, and we offer our deepest condolences to his friends and family. At this time, the cause of death is unknown, but we will update this post as more information becomes available.
Who is Josh Ciocco?
The native of Atco, New Jersey, worked as a coach at Brown for two seasons before joining Merrimack. Before that, he worked as an assistant at Alaska-Anchorage from 2013 to 2016. He worked as an assistant at Milton Academy from 2012–2013.
From 2003 to 2007, he played his whole collegiate basketball career in New Hampshire. Throughout his career at UNH, Ciocco amassed 55 points in 136 games and served as the team captain in his third and fourth seasons. His political science bachelor’s degree was awarded to him in 2007, and in 2010 he earned an MBA from UNH.
After graduating, he played with the Wheeling Nailers and Fresno Falcons for two seasons in the ECHL. Before coming to Milton Academy, he worked as an on-air analyst for televised Hockey East matches.
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