WEST POINT: Jack Riley, a former Army hockey coach whose win guided the US team to its first Olympic igold medal in 1960, has died. He was 95. The US Military Academy announced in a statement that Riley died on Wednesday in Massachusetts. No cause of death was provided. Riley compiled a record of 542-343-20 during a 36-year college coaching career that started at West Point in 1950. When he retired in 1986, the Massachusetts native was second in wins in NCAA history.