Julia Culotta
Julia Culotta
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 443-352-4455
Email: jculotta@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: UMBC '10
Experience: 4th year at STE, 9th overall

Culotta completed her first season with the Mustangs in 2017. 

  • Led the team to nine wins after the team graduated four of the top five hitters from the season prior.
  • Culotta recorded her first career coaching win with a 15-5 walk-off victory versus Minn.-Morris
  • In her first season, Culotta had three players named to the all-conference teams, including a second team all-conference selection

  • All-MAC Commonwealth First Team (1): 2018: Brooke Steinbach; 2019: Erin Stephey
  • All-MAC Commonweath Second Team (): 2017: Jasmyn OgleTree; 2018: Morghan Fulton, Erin Stephey; 2019: Kayla Briles
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Honorable Mention (): 2017: Naomi Fields, Morghan Fulton; 2019: Alex DiGrande

  • Culotta spent five seasons serving as the assistant coach at her alma mater and Division I UMBC
  • Joining UMBC staff in 2011, she worked primarily with hitters and outfielders 
  • Helped coach a total of 19 American East All-Conference selections, including a Rookie of the Year, Taylor Hall
  • UMBC made a pair of American East Conference Championship appearances

  • Culotta was a redshirt freshman at the University of Tennessee in 2007
  • Following one year at UT, then transferred to UMBC to play for the Retrievers for four seasons 
  • Culotta was named America East All-Conference after batting .384 with nine home runs, 33 runs batted in and 37 runs scored as a senior
  • She is ranked in the top 5 in the conference for batting average, slugging percentage (.645), on base percentage (.506), total bases (89), and walks (32)
  • Culotta ranked in the top-100 in the NCAA for batting average (96th) and walks (53rd), as well as the top-50 in the country in on-base percentage (41st)
  • Tied for eighth all-time at UMBC with 21 home runs in her four years
  • Culotta gathered 155 hits, 96 RBI, 25 doubles and 93 runs in 207 career games, one of 14 Retrievers to appear in at least 200 career games
  • serving as a team captain in 2011 as a senior and was a four-time selection to the America East Academic Honor Roll

  • A native of Street, Md. who attended North Harford High School, Culotta graduated from UMBC in May, 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in history and political science.