AJ Stueck enters his third season on the Wesleyan coaching staff in 2018. After serving as an assistant coach the past two seasons, Stueck was promoted to associate head coach this summer. He will remain the team's recruiting coordinator as well. Prior to his arrival in Middletown, Conn., he gained valuable experience as an assistant men's soccer coach at Yale University in 2015.
Stueck also served as a men's and women's assistant coach at Illinois College in the fall of 2014, where he helped guide the women's team to 11 wins - the most in school history - and the men's team to its first conference tournament appearance since 2001.
Before his coaching career, Stueck worked as a marketing intern for the New England Revolution in 2014.
Stueck enjoyed a standout playing career as well. Collegiately, he played at Northeastern and Providence. At Brookfield High School in Connecticut, he was a 2010 NSCAA All-American selection, set the school record with 93 career goals and was a two-time team captain. He also played for the USA U14 and 15 National Soccer teams, where he was coached by Manny Schellscheidt and Jim Barlow. He played his club soccer with Oakwood Soccer Club.
Stueck received a Bachelor of Science in finance from Providence in 2014.