Cristina Maurizi

Cristina Maurizi is in her fifth year as the Stockton head coach, boasting a career record of 42-27 (.609 winning percentage) on the Osprey bench.

Maurizi has helmed Stockton to ECAC tournament berths three times and her 2018 squad won the ECAC title. Stockton also has qualified for the NJAC playoffs twice under her direction.

Last year, Maurizi coached the Ospreys to an 9-7 overall record highlighted by a five-game winning streak in the middle of the season. Under her guidance the Ospreys set new school records for goals (228) and points (303) and also scored 25 goals in a game to break ther single-game mark.

The Ospreys went 11-7 in 2018 including wins over Marymount and Marywood at the Stockton Turf Field to capture the programs first ECAC championship. Maurizi steered a 2017 team with just eight returnees to a 9-7 record in a season that featured a seven-game winning streak. Stockton qualified for the NJAC tournament with a 3-3 league mark and later hosted the ECAC tournament as the No. 1 seed.

In her first year as a college head coach, Maurizi led the Ospreys a 13-6 record in 2016 that is the highest win total in the programs five-year history. Stockton also earned berths in the NJAC and ECAC tournaments for the first time and topped Lebanon Valley 9-6 in the ECAC semifinals for the squads first postseason victory ever. Maurizi was voted NJAC Coach of the Year for her efforts.

Maurizi, a native of Summit, N.J., was named Stockton head coach in September 2015. Prior to her arrival at Stockton, Maurizi was an assistant coach at Montclair State for three seasons from 2013-15. She helped Montclair State to a 40-13 record and one NCAA Tournament berth in her three years on the Red Hawks bench.

Maurizi served as head coach for one of the T3 Lacrosse club teams for several years beginning in 2011 and also spent one season as an assistant coach at The Pingry School and worked numerous camps. She played four seasons on the college level at Division I George Mason University (2007-10), appearing in 49 games and serving as a team captain for two years. Maurizi possesses a bachelors degree in English from George Mason.