Jennifer Sciulli
Jennifer  Sciulli

Assistant Coach



Spartans Set for Big Ten Opener

Michigan State will return to Ralph Young Field to face Ohio State in the Big Ten opener on Friday, Sept. 18 and UC Davis on Sunday, Sept. 20


Spartans Travel to New York City to Face Quinnipiac, Columbia

Michigan State will travel to New York City to face Quinnipiac in a neutral site game on Friday, Sept. 11 at 2 p.m. and Columbia on Sunday, Sept. 13 at noon


Field Hockey Set for Pair of Weekend Games

Michigan State will host a pair of weekend games in East Lansing, welcoming Old Dominion on Friday, Sept. 4 and Kent State on Sunday, Sept. 6. Both games will be played at Ralph Young Field.


Michigan State Field Hockey Kicks Off 2015 Season

Michigan State kicks off 2015 season at CMU; home against Delaware


MSU Field Hockey Began Practice Wednesday

The 2015 Spartan field hockey program kicked off preseason on Wednesday

Jennifer Sciulli joins the Spartan field hockey staff for the 2013 campaign in her first season as an assistant coach. She joins the Michigan State staff after serving as a student assistant coach at Ohio State in the fall of 2012 before graduating in December with a degree in Speech and Hearing sciences.

Sciulli was a four year varsity starter for the Ohio State field hockey team from 2008-2011 where she received many accolades. The record holder for most starts in a career, she was a First Team All-American and First Team All-Big Ten selection her senior year. She was no stranger to success at Ohio State, where her team went 57-28 in her four years on campus, including being a member of the 2010 Big Ten Championship team which reached the NCAA semi-finals.

Sciulli possesses many great qualities such as leadership and sportsmanship that stood out during her collegiate career, where she was a team captain and selected for the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award.

Prior to being hired at MSU, Sciulli spent three summers working on Michigan State's campus as part of the summer camp coaching staff, teaching fundamental skills to middle and high school players.