Robyn Remick – President
Robyn Remick was named President of the Maryland Black Bears in October of 2018. She is the first female President of an NAHL team in the league’s 44-year history.
Remick comes to the Black Bears after an award-winning career in marketing and sales for companies including ESPN, Disney, Telecommunications Inc., and MTV Networks. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.S in Journalism.
Born in Baltimore, she’s lived all over the country and recently relocated from Orlando to Reisterstown, Maryland with her husband Allan and dog, Buddy. Remick is thrilled to have joined the Black Bears, looks forward to serving Black Bear Nation and its surrounding community and partnering with sponsors to grow mutual opportunities!
Colin MacCarthy – Communications Director
Colin MacCarthy is a born and raised Washingtonian (DC) and graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of the Arts in Government and Politics.
MacCarthy brings over three years of communications experience from his time as a staffer on Capitol Hill. During this span, he worked for Congressman Scott Peters of San Diego as his Press Secretary, now-retired California Senator Barbara Boxer as her Director of New Media, and Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey as a press and legislative intern
As the Black Bears’ Media Relations Manager, MacCarthy will handle the execution of all media outreach, develop communication strategies, and generate all social media content for the Black Bears. Colin is also a part-time Social Media Coordinator for the Washington Redskins.
MacCarthy is an avid bobblehead collector and an incredibly passionate Washington, DC sports fan [ALL CAPS (Capitals), One Pursuit (Nationals), DC Family (Wizards), and HTTR (Redskins)].
Harrison Hascoe – Manager of Business Operations and Sponsorships
Harrison Hascoe grew up in New York City where he played hockey at Birch Wathen Lenox High School. Hascoe coached at Chelsea Piers Sky Rink in New York for the 2017, 2018 seasons. He attended Syracuse University and graduated with a BS in Sports Management.
Most recently, Hascoe was the Event Operations Manager for the National Women’s Hockey League, in that role he executed the game days, travel and sponsorship for 4 of the 5 teams while also coordinating and running the 2019 NWHL All-Star Game. He also launched and managed the 115 team Jr. NWHL program.