Former Ospreys Named to Stockton Lacrosse Staff

Richard Stockton College head lacrosse coach Kevin Zulauf has named former Osprey defensemen Chris Cammarata and Alec Chisholm as his assistant coaches. Cammarata played two seasons at Stockton, 2006 and 2007, while Chisholm spent the last three seasons in a Stockton uniform.

In addition to his two seasons as a player at Stockton, Cammarata possesses coaching experience at the high school and club levels. The Clark, New Jersey native served as an assistant coach for Barnegat High School from 2007-09 and coached a traveling team for 360 Lacrosse in Red Bank after that. Cammarata also has worked at camps for Leading Edge Lacrosse and Barnegat High School and assisted with the Clark youth lacrosse program.

Chisholm moves from the field to the sidelines after a stellar career as a defender for Stockton. A graduate of Jackson High School, he led the Ospreys in ground balls for the past three seasons and also topped the team in caused turnovers in 2008 and 2010. Chisholm capped his career by earning a spot on the All-Skyline Second Team last year.

Cammarata and Chisholm will work under Kevin Zulauf, who is in his second year as Stockton's head coach. Zualuf took the reins of the Stockton lacrosse program last season after two years as an assistant coach for the Ospreys. He led Stockton to a 7-7 record and an ECAC Tournament berth in his first year as a college head coach. Stockton opens the 2011 season with a road game at Neumann on March 1.

2010-11-17



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