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Kevin  Zuchorski
Kevin Zuchorski

Facility Manager

Kevin Zuchorski was named Siena's Facility Manager in September 2017.

"Kevin comes to Siena with a strong background from other high level D1 schools,” said Grant. “We think this hire will make the transition smooth and look forward to see what Kevin can bring to Siena Athletics."

Zuchorski spent the 2016-17 year as the Director of Athletic Facilities and Intramurals at Green Mountain College. He was also the Men’s Head Lacrosse Coach. Zuchorski had to manage and schedule practice for each varsity athletic team and all of the club sports teams. He helped with Green Mountain’s basketball court resurfacing project, along with performing routine maintenance on all athletic facility equipment.

He also brings experience as an Athletic Operations Assistant at the University of Delaware, where Zuchorski worked from 2011-2012. He managed game day operations for Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Football, Baseball, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Indoor Track, Lacrosse and Softball. Zuchorski organized rental agreements for athletic facilities as well as coordinating practice schedules for twelve athletic teams.

Before that, Zuchorski was a graduate assistant for facilities and events at Marshall University. While there, he managed game day operations for Soccer, Softball, Baseball, Basketball, Football and Volleyball. Zuchorski assisted the Director of Events with the scheduling of practices for all athletic teams. He also served as a liaison between the Athletic Department and several campus groups including physical plant, campus police and the recreation department.

Zuchorski began working in collegiate athletics at SUNY Cobleskill as the Assistant Baseball Coach and Athletic Department Assistant after playing a year of baseball. There he assisted with the organization of practices and all pre/post game setup and break down.

Zuchorski is a 2008 graduate of The College of Saint Rose, where he earned his B.S. in Business Administration and was a pitcher for the baseball team three years. He received his M.S. in Sports Administration from Marshall University in 2011.