|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Nate Mulberg joined head coach Tracy Woodson's staff prior to the 2017 season as the volunteer assistant coach.
Mulberg comes to the Spiders after stints at Bucknell (2016) and Franklin and Marshall (2015-16).
A four-year starting shortstop at the University of Rochester, Mulberg and the Yellowjackets reached its first Liberty League Championship game in 2014, during which Mulberg hit .359 with an on base percentage of .468. He picked up Liberty League All-Tournament honors and finished as the sixth toughest batter to strike out in Division III.
At Rochester, Mulberg ranks in the top 10 in school history in sacrifice hits, assists, double plays turned and most times hit by a pitch. He is also a two-time CoSIDA First Team Academic All-District selection, and was named to the Liberty League/UAA All-Academic teams three times. Mulberg was honored by the Rochester Athletic Department with the John Vitone Sportsmanship Award in 2014.
Away from the diamond, Mulberg broadcasted Rochester athletic events and interned for various sports companies, including the Buffalo Bills, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and the Rochester Red Wings - the Minnesota Twins’ Triple-A affiliate.
In 2014, Mulberg graduated cum laude from the University of Rochester with a bachelor's degree in English and minor in business. He earned his Master of Education in Sport Management from Millersville University in 2016.