|Born||Coleraine, MN, USA|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1987–1991||Brainerd High School (assistant)|
|1991–1993||Henry Sibley High School|
|1993–1999||St. Cloud State (assistant)|
|1999–2001||Bemidji State (assistant)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|2004 CHA Regular Season Champion|
2005 CHA Regular Season Champion
2005 CHA Tournament Champion
2006 CHA Tournament Champion
2008 CHA Regular Season Champion
2009 CHA Regular Season Champion
2009 CHA Tournament Champion
2010 CHA Regular Season Champion
2017 WCHA Regular Season Champion
|2004 CHA Coach of the Year|
2005 CHA Coach of the Year
2008 CHA Coach of the Year
2009 CHA Coach of the Year
2010 CHA Coach of the Year
- Not to be confused with his nephew Tom Serratore (ice hockey, born 1989), an ice hockey player of the same name.
Serratore got his first taste of the college game as a player at Mankato State under Don Brose. He played two years for the Mavericks before transferring to Bemidji State to play for the powerhouse Beavers. Under the direction of Bob Peters Serratore arrived just in time to win a Division III National Title in 1986, following up his senior season as team captain.
With his playing career over, Serratore turned to coaching, serving first as an assistant at Brainerd High School, then becoming a head coach at Henry Sibley High School before receiving an opportunity at the collegiate level as an assistant at St. Cloud State in 1993–94. Serratore stayed with the Huskies under Craig Dahl for five seasons before returning to his alma mater just as Bemidji State was joining the Division I ranks. Serratore worked with his old coach for two seasons before Peters retired, allowing Serratore to take over for the legendary figure.
As head coach, Serratore quickly build the Beavers into a conference powerhouse, winning a regular season title in his third season and a conference title the following year. It took a little longer for Serratore to lead Bemidji State to a NCAA Tournament win, but when he got one he didn't stop there, pushing the Beavers into the 2009 Frozen Four. Though the team's record has declined a bit since joining the WCHA, Serratore remains firmly in place behind the bench.
Head coaching recordEdit
|Bemidji State Beavers (College Hockey America) (2001–2010)|
|2001–02||Bemidji State||12–18–5||8–7–4||2nd||CHA Semifinals|
|2002–03||Bemidji State||14–14–8||10–6–4||4th||CHA Runner-Up|
|2003–04||Bemidji State||20–13–3||16–3–1||1st||CHA Runner-Up|
|2004–05||Bemidji State||23–13–1||16–4–0||1st||NCAA Northeast Regional Semifinals|
|2005–06||Bemidji State||20–14–3||12–7–1||t-2nd||NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals|
|2006–07||Bemidji State||14–14–5||9–6–5||2nd||CHA Semifinals|
|2007–08||Bemidji State||17–16–3||13–4–3||1st||CHA Runner-Up|
|2008–09||Bemidji State||20–16–1||12–5–1||1st||NCAA Frozen Four|
|2009–10||Bemidji State||23–10–4||14–3–1||1st||NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals|
|Bemidji State Beavers (WCHA) (2010–present)|
|2010–11||Bemidji State||15–18–5||8–15–5||10th||WCHA Semifinals|
|2011–12||Bemidji State||17–18–3||11–14–3||9th||WCHA First Round|
|2012–13||Bemidji State||6–22–8||5–16–7||11th||WCHA First Round|
|2013–14||Bemidji State||10–21–7||10–14–4||t-8th||WCHA Quarterfinals|
|2014–15||Bemidji State||16–17–5||12–11–5||5th||WCHA First Round|
|2015–16||Bemidji State||17–16–6||11–12–5||6th||WCHA First Round|
|2016-17||Bemidji State||22–16–3||20–6–2||1st||WCHA Semifinals|
|2017-18||Bemidji State||16–14–8||13–9–6||4th||WCHA First Round|
|2018-19||Bemidji State||15–17–6||13–11–4||5th||WCHA First Round|
Postseason invitational champion
- "Tom Serratore". Bemidji State Beavers. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
- "Tom Serratore". Elite Prospects. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
- "Bemidji State Men's Hockey Team History". USCHO.com. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
- "Tom Serratore Year-by-Year Coaching Record". USCHO.com. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
- "2012–13 Bemidji State hockey media guide" (PDF). Bemidji State Beavers. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-08-12. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
|Awards and achievements|
| CHA Coach of the Year
2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10
| WCHA Coach of the Year