Jack Stefanowski was named an assistant coach at Stony Brook in 2004. With the Seawolves, Stefanowski has help guide the program to America East regular season and tournament titles as well as the second round of the NCAA College Cup.
Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Stefanowski served as an assistant under head coach Cesar Markovic at Saint Peter's College for four seasons, including with the 2003 squad that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Men's College Cup.
Before his arrival at Stony Brook, Stefanowski spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Saint Peter's, concentrating on goaltending while also having additional duties with training, fund raising and academics.
Prior to his time at Saint Peter's, Stefanowski was an assistant and goalkeeper coach of the Brooklyn Knights, a professional development league team, from 2001-02 and an assistant coach at New York University, his alma mater, during the 1999-00 academic year.
Stefanowski currently serves as the head goalkeeper coach for the Eastern New York Olympic Development Program. He also serves as thedirector of goalkeeping and a head coach for the Stony Brook Soccer Club.
A 1997 graduate of NYU with a B.S. in physical therapy, Stefanowski holds an USSF License, NSCAA Goalkeeper Diploma, an NSCAA National Diploma and an IBF Brazilian B License. After graduation, he played with the Weston Wolfpacks, the Brooklyn Knights and the New Jersey Stallions.
Stefanowski and his wife Christel reside in Hicksville.