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Stephanie Scarpato
Stephanie Scarpato
Title: Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities & Operations
Phone: (860) 685-3644

Stephanie Scarpato enters her first year as assistant athletic director for facilities and operations at Wesleyan in 2017.

She has served as the assistant commissioner for the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference since 2016, where she manages weekly releases and Player of the Week selections, while also leading the All-Conference and All-Academic selection process.

From 2015-17, Scarpato excelled in the role of graduate assistant for arena operations and equipment services at Endicott College. She trained and scheduled a staff of 30 student workers, while serving as a contest manager for various athletic events. During her stint in Beverly, Mass., she also spent time as an assistant coach for the women’s ice hockey program, which was ranked No. 8 in the nation during her watch.

Previously, Scarpato worked as the coordinator of sport administration for leagues, affiliates and championships at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) in Danbury, Conn., from 2012-15. She was the primary contact for the NCAA Division III hockey leagues, a Division II men’s lacrosse league and rowing affiliates. She was also an event coordinator and the ECAC liaison for various championships. Scarpato was active on the ECAC Player of the Week selection committee, and was a key member on the 2014 Men’s Frozen Four host committee.

Prior to coaching at Endicott, Scarpato served as head coach of the North American Stars in 2016, and guided the group to a gold medal in the Czech Hockey Challenge Cup. She was also the first-ever head coach for the girls’ varsity ice hockey team at Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, and powered the squad to the playoffs in two of the first three seasons. In 2016, she started the Face-Off Against ALS charity hockey tournament and carried out the duties of tournament director.

Scarpato received a Bachelor of Arts from Colby in 2011 and an MBA from Endicott in 2017. The Osterville, Mass., native was a four-year standout hockey player at Colby (2007-11), totaling 42 goals, 58 assists and 100 points in 97 games.