Stephen Brundage

Stephen Brundage joined the Hobart coaching staff prior to the start of the 2019-20 academic year.

He will serve as the program’s offensive coordinator following seven seasons at Marquette University, including the five as the Golden Eagles’ associate head coach.

At Marquette, Brundage helped lead the program through its first seven varsity seasons, compiling a 52-53 record. The Golden Eagles earned a spot in the BIG EAST Tournament five times over the past six seasons. Brundage mentored six players to USILA All-America awards and 27 players to All-BIG EAST honors.

MU posted its first winning season in 2015, going 10-6, a four-game improvement over the previous season. In 2016, Marquette earned a program best 11 wins, won the BIG EAST Tournament and was the No. 6 seed in the NCAA tournament. A year later, the Golden Eagles repeated as BIG EAST Tournament champions.

The hiring reunites Raymond and Brundage who both served as assistant coaches on Chris Bates’ staff at Drexel and Princeton universities. They helped the 2010 Tigers post an 11-5 record that included an Ivy League Championship and an appearance in the NCAA tournament.

A two-time All-America honorable mention attackman at Loyola University Maryland, Brundage produced 88 goals and 55 assists for 143 career points. He helped the Greyhounds to a 10-4 record and an NCAA quarterfinal appearance in 2001. Brundage led the team in points three times and was twice named the team MVP. He graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.

A native of Camillus, N.Y., Brundage was a two-sport star at West Genesee High School. He graduated second on the Wildcats’ career scoring list in both lacrosse and hockey.