Rob Trantin began his life as a hockey player at 13 here in the state of Maryland. He instantaneously fell in love, asserting himself to the practices of hockey skills both on and off of the ice. Rob quickly ascended his game, being voted as a captain at Archbishop Spalding, and ultimately selected to the Washington Little Capitals Midget AAA program in my final year of eligibility. That season culminated in the monumental experiences of playing in the USA Hockey National Championships. He then followed with two years in junior programs, the first with the Washington Junior Capitals in 2001-2002, and the latter in the Eastern Junior Hockey League with the Boston Harbor Wolves and the Baystate Breakers. Rob’s hockey playing career reached its twilight at Morrisville State College in New York, where their program achieved back to back National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship victories in 2004 and 2005.
In 2009, he began as an assistant coach at Archbishop Spalding, and fell in love with this great game in an entirely new way. Five years later, Spalding achieved back to back conference championships, the first in 2012, and also gained a spot in the in the 2014 title game. In 2013, Rob was also selected as the Head Coach for the Tri City Eagles U-16 AA team. In 2016, Rob assistant coached for the CBHL and Maryland State Championship winning Tri-City U18 AA.
Rob gives forward/defense lessons with Wolfe Hockey, schedule your lesson today!