Kevin Zulauf

Kevin Zulauf is in his 11th season as the Stockton head coach.

Zulauf has built a strong program that has gone 81-28 over the last six seasons. He has a career record of 111-64 (.634 winning percentage) and hit the the 100-win milestone last season with a victory over Misericordia on March 23, 2019.

Last year, Zulauf guided the Ospreys to a school-record 18 wins and their first-ever conference championship, NCAA Tournament berth and NCAA Tournament win, a 20-9 triumph over Morrisville State. Zulauf was named CSAC Coach of the Year for his efforts, the third time he has been recognized as a conference Coach of the Year in his career.

Zulauf helmed the Ospreys to a 12-4 mark and the program’s second ECAC title in 2018. In 2017, Zulauf led Stockton to 16 wins and its third straight trip to the Skyline Conference championship game. He was voted Skyline Conference Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons.

In 2016, the Ospreys won 15 games and advanced to the Skyline and ECAC championship games. Zulauf was voted Skyline Conference Coach of the Year in 2015 after taking Stockton to the program’s first Skyline title game during a second straight 13-win campaign. Stockton set a then-school record with 13 wins in 2014 and returned to the ECAC tourney for the first time since his initial season in 2010.

Zulauf helmed Stockton to 7-9 records and Skyline Conference playoff berths in 2012 and 2013, showing progress from a rebuilding effort that began in 2011. Zulauf took over the Stockton program in 2010 and led the Ospreys to a 7-7 mark and a runner-up finish in the ECAC Metro tournament in his first year as a head coach.

Under the tutelage of his predecessor Dick Rizk, Zulauf was involved with all aspects of the Stockton program during his two years as an assistant coach in 2008-09. The Ospreys won a total of 16 games and qualified for the Skyline Conference tournament in both seasons.

Zulauf was a highly accomplished player at the college level. He played three seasons at Wagner College from 2003-05, earning MAAC Second Team honors in 2005 and setting Seahawks’ records for goals in a season and career. Zulauf was the first lacrosse player in Wagner history to earn all-conference honors.