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Nathan Stockie

Director of Goalkeeping

Nathan Stockie comes to San Marcos after 5 seasons at Lamar University.

In 2019, Stockie helped sophomore Sandra Nygrad and freshman Erin Branch to set numerous Lamar records and place in the top 10 of 11 categories in the records. These performances helped the Cardinals to their second Southland Conference Regular Season title and the tournament title. 

Nygard currently sits at first in program history in goals allowed average with a 1.38, while Branch comes in at fourth with a 1.61 GAA.

In 2017, on the way to Lamar’s First ever Conference Championship, Stockie helped coach goalkeeper Lauren Lovejoy to a second team All-SLC selection and set a school record of 10 shutouts for the season. In 2018, he helped guide freshman goalkeeper Sandra Nygard to an All-SLC honorable mention selection.

Prior to joining the LU coaching staff, Stockie spent four years, three as an assistant, at Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School. He assisted with the girls’ and boys’ programs for the Bulldogs. In his four years with Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School, he helped guide players from both the boys’ and girls’ programs to over 25 postseason honors.
Stockie played professionally in Finland for Jippo Joensuu and PEPO Lappeenranta. He appeared in 50 games while playing three seasons.

Stockie played collegiate soccer at Long Island University. For the Blackbirds, Stockie, a goalkeeper, appeared in 20 games. As a senior, he was fourth in the nation with an average of 6.2 saves per game and he recorded 15 saves against Quinnipiac, which were the most in a single game during the 2012 season.

He graduated from Long Island University with a degree in sport science. He was a member of the LIU honors program and had earned NEC Academic Honor Roll honors. While at Lamar, Stockie received his master’s in Kinesiology.