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Kevin Sponzo
Kevin  Sponzo

Senior Associate Athletics Director / Facilities & Operations

Alma Mater:
Walsh (1992)


Bryan Felt and Kevin Sponzo Promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director

Both Felt and Sponzo have been longtime Pirates administrators helping the department reach its goals.

Phone: 973-275-2949
Email: kevin.sponzo@shu.edu

Kevin Sponzo is the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Facilities & Operations at Seton Hall, having been promoted in Summer 2015 from Associate Athletics Director. In his current position, Sponzo is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Richie Regan Athletic Recreation Center, overseeing facilities, operations, game management, equipment, capital projects, and construction.

Additionally, Sponzo is the sport administrator for men's and women's swimming and diving as well as baseball, where he oversees the coaching staff, scheduling, discipline, budgets, and conference and NCAA Championship travel. He is also a three-year member of the BIG EAST Swimming and Diving Committee.

Throughout his time with Seton Hall, Sponzo has been the main contact for the renovations to Owen T. Carroll Field, student fitness center, women's basketball suite, Walsh lobby, and the new Jack and Charlotte Lavery Coaching Center.

Prior to joining Seton Hall, Sponzo worked at Misericordia University for seven years as a senior admissions counselor, while also spending time as an assistant baseball and basketball coach for the Cougars. During the seven seasons, he helped take the baseball team to three Pennsylvania Athletic Conference playoff berths as well as a runner-up finish, and the basketball team to one conference tournament appearance.

Sponzo graduated from Walsh University in 1992 with a BS in Physical Education. During his four years as an undergrad, Sponzo enjoyed much success as an outfielder for the baseball team. In 1991, he helped Walsh capture the Mid-Ohio Conference Championship.

Following his undergraduate degree, Sponzo enrolled in Springfield College earning a master's in athletic administration in 1993.

Sponzo and his wife Jennifer, a field hockey head coach at Hunterdon Central High School, reside in Hunterdon County with their two daughters Jordan and Joceyln and son Brady.