Marian High has hired someone with a long history of hockey in Framingham to be its next hockey coach.
Marian High named Adam Sinewitz to lead its hockey program, which finished the season 7-13 in 2013-14.
Sinewitz, who starting playing hockey at age 4 as a Framingham Jets, played varsity all four years at Framingham High.
he played Division 1 hockey with American International College before signing a contract with GIJS Groningen of the Dutch Eastern Division. He was part of the team that won Netherlands championship.
Afterwards he played for the Wooster Warriors and Valley Forge Freedom in the MAHL. He attended training camp with the Fort Wayne Komets of the IHL, before returning to Europe to play for GIJS Groningen again. He ended that season lacing up his skates with the Danbury Mad Hatters of the EPHL.
Sinewitz, who earned a Bachelor's degree in sports management at AIC, is employed as a real estate agent at EXIT Real Estate in Framingham.