Stephen Wagner

Stephen Wagner joined The College at Brockport Athletic Department in 2012 as the women's head lacrosse coach.

Wagner led Brockport to a 9-9 record and 6-2 mark in conference play, which earned them the third spot in the SUNYAC playoffs. The Green and Gold knocked off the second seed SUNY Geneseo in the first round of playoffs to advance to the championship game. Under the helm of Wagner, he coached five members to the All-Conference list. Heather Conklin and Sara Grapevine received First-Team selections, where Jade Williams and Jillian Babinsky landed Second-Team, and Nikki Nolan took a Third-Team honoree.

The 2016 season saw Wagner help Brockport earn a No. 9 ranking in the nation, the highest of his time with the Golden Eagles. In 2016, the Golden Eagles also won 11 consecutive games, a new Brockport record, advancing to the third round of the NCAA Tournament, Wagners first appearnce in the NCAA post-season. Wagner was named the SUNYAC Coach of the Year, and earned the Defensive Player of the Year in Courtney Szczesniak. The Green and Gold placed five on the All-SUNYAC list that season, with Kelly Wall, Makensie Schuber, and Szczesniak all named to the First-Team, and Cassandra Minered and Jessica Boddery were named to the Third-Team.

The 2014 season saw attacker Kelly Wall named SUNYAC Rookie of the Year and ECAC Co-Rookie of the Year after a dominating offensive showing in her first collegiate season. The Golden Eagles had three All-SUNYAC selections as Wall and junior Colleen Hathaway were chosen to the first-team and senior Emily Zartman earned a second-team selection. Zartman was named to the North squad for the annual Division III North-South All-Star game. Wagner’s three year coaching record stands at 57-28 (.671 winning percentage).

In his first season at the helm, Wagner led the team to an impressive 10-5 record and a trip to the SUNYAC Tournament. The Golden Eagles finished the season as one of the teams also receiving votes in the season-ending national poll.

Wagner topped his inaugural season with a 12-6 mark in 2013 and a second conseuctive apperance in the SUNYAC Tournament. Brockport, the No. 4 seed, defeated Oneonta before falling to eventual SUNYAC champion Cortland. Brockport finished off the regular season with a 13-8 victory over previously undefeated and No. 14 ranked Fredonia Blue Devils.