Stasiak Joins Vassar Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff

Vassar men’s basketball head coach Ryan Mee has announced the addition of Patrick Stasiak to the Brewers coaching staff for the 2021-22 season. Stasiak, who will serve as an assistant coach, will also join the Athletic Facilities staff as an assistant.
Stasiak joins the Brewers following three seasons as the men’s basketball director of operations at Division I Colgate University. He was responsible for coordinating all travel for the program, aiding the coaching staff with analytical studies to improve team production, organize film breakdown, and help the development and growth of the student-athletes, and adding resources for the coaching staff.
In the 2019-20 season, Stasiak helped Colgate the school’s most total wins (25) and most conference wins (14) in program history. During his first two seasons with the Raiders, Colgate posted its first two 20-win seasons, combining for a 49-20 overall record and 27-9 mark in Patriot League competition.
His first season with Colgate saw the Raiders win their first Patriot League regular season and tournament title in 23 years and reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996.
Before Colgate, Stasiak spent two seasons as the assistant men’s basketball coach at SUNY Cortland. In the 2017-18 season, he assisted the team to 18 wins with a 13-5 mark in the SUNYAC. Other roles included the recruitment of student-athletes, scouting and game preparation, film operations, and managing the team’s social media.
From 2014-17, Stasiak served as the recruiting coordinator and assistant head runner at Hoop Group Elite Camp in Reading, PA. He coordinated room assignments for athletes, coaches, and staff members, oversaw film operations, and assisted in various day-to-day camp operations.
As an undergraduate student at SUNY Cortland, Stasiak was a student assistant coach for the men’s basketball team and the head coach for the Cortland AAU U-12 Basketball Club.
A native of Williamsville, N.Y., Stasiak graduated from SUNY Cortland in May 2017 with a degree in Childhood Education and a concentration in Social Science.