Jeff Zoyac enters his 11th season as an assistant coach at Wilmington, his fourth as the Associate Head Coach.
In the 2013 regular season finale, Zoyac, who has assisted Papanicolas in all 11 years since the program turned NCAA eligible, recorded his 100th career victory with a 4-0 win over Georgian Court University. After 10 years, he has helped Papanicolas and the Wildcats to a 102-72-23 overall record, good enough for a .576 winning percentage.
Zoyac attended Cumberland Regional High School in Southern New Jersey, where he was a First Team All-Conference selection. He began his collegiate career at Division III Rowan University in 2000, where he helped his team reach the NCAA National Semifinals as a sweeper. After transferring to Wilmington in 2003, he led the Wildcats in scoring and was a crucial piece of their second Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championship. He finished his collegiate soccer career as an Honorable Mention All-Conference selection. Zoyac, who received his Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies and his Masters in Special Education from Wilmington, also holds a USSF National “C” license.
Outside of Wilmington, he is the Director of Coaching for New Jersey Rush. His duties with New Jersey Rush include an emphasis on coaching junior boys and girls.