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Coaching Staff

Eric Faulconer  |  Head Coach

Eric Faulconer was promoted to the position of head coach for North Florida women's soccer in November of 2018.

Faulconer joined the North Florida women's soccer sideline in 2017 after 12 seasons at the helm of the Armstrong State University women's soccer program. He was promoted to Associate Head Coach for the Ospreys in 2018.

The Armstrong soccer program and the athletic department were eliminated due to consolidation with Georgia Southern University. In 12 seasons at ASU, Faulconer compiled a 172-54-23 record for the Pirates, leading them to the NCAA Championships nine times, earning three Peach Belt Conference regular season and tournament titles, two NCAA Southeast Region titles and advancing to the DII Final Four in 2011. His overall record stands at 240-98-29 in 18 seasons. He currently ranks in the Top 20 in NCAA Division II's all-time coaching winning percentage at .694. Throughout his 18-year collegiate coaching career, he has been named the NSCAA Region Coach of the Year six times.

Faulconer was tabbed to start the Armstrong State women's soccer program in 2005 after a successful stint at Thomas University, where he also built the Night Hawks program from scratch, beginning in 1999.

He led the Night Hawks to the NAIA National Championships in 2003, also earning NSCAA Region Coach of the Year honors, and the last three seasons his Thomas squad was ranked nationally in the NAIA.

In addition to his coaching duties, Faulconer served as the Interim Athletic Director at Armstrong State University from April 1-July 1, 2009 while also serving as the NSCAA National Chair of NCAA Division II Women (2014-2017), the NSCAA National Advocacy Committee College Coaches Representative (2015-2017) and the Region Chair of NSCAA Southeast Ranking Committee (2011-2013).

Faulconer is a 2017 Armstrong State Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee and was selected to the Armstrong State University Wall of Honor recognizing the top 250 employees in the 83 year history of the institution.

Born in New Jersey, Faulconer's family moved to Naples, Florida, in 1979. He graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1992 and a master's degree in public administration in 1996, with additional graduate course work in sports administration.

He holds a USSF National B License and also serves as an assistant coach with United States Youth Soccer South Region 2003 Girl’s Olympic Development Program Team.

Eric and his wife, Ginger, have two sons, Zachary and Ethan.


Devin Zvosec  |  Assistant Coach / Recruiting Coordinator

Devin Zvosec joined the UNF women's soccer staff as an assistant coach in March of 2017. He was promoted to recruiting coordinator for the Ospreys in April of 2018.

Prior to his arrival at North Florida, Zvosec served one season as a graduate assistant coach at Ole Miss. He also spent part of a spring season assisting the women's soccer program at Arkansas State.

Before ASU, Zvosec spent a year as an assistant coach at Georgia Southwestern State University for the men’s soccer team. During his tenure he helped mentor Hurricanes’ goalkeeper Garrett Blamire to a Peach Belt Conference Goalkeeper of the Week award, the first player in Georgia Southwestern history to earn a weekly award.

Under Zvosec’s tutelage, Blamire ranked among the top-10 in the Peach Belt in saves, saves per game and saves percentage, while the Hurricanes as a whole ranked near the top of the league in saves and saves percentage.

In addition to his duties with the goalkeepers, Zvosec assisted in serving as the team’s academic liaison and helped five member of the Georgia Southwestern team reach Peach Belt Conference All-Academic status.

Prior to his time in Georgia, Zvosec served as an assistant coach at Rogers State University with the women’s soccer program where he worked with the defensive backline and implemented a summer lifting and fitness program. Zvosec also helped manage the team’s social media sites and helped monitor the alumni database for the program.

Zvosec played professionally with the St. Louis Lions of the USL Premier Development League where he helped his team to a second place finish in the Heartland Division PDL. The Lions advanced to the semifinals of the USL-PDL playoffs.

Zvosec played collegiately at Johnson County Community College where he earned All-Region VI and All-KJCCC Second-Team honors as a sophomore. He then transferred to Rogers State where he logged the second most minutes on the team in each of his last two seasons.

He earned his degree from Rogers State in Sport Management and earned All-Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll accolades in each of his two seasons. He holds the NSCAA Level Two Goalkeeper License.

No stranger to UNF, Zvosec's father, Rich, was the first head men's basketball coach for the Ospreys from 1992-97 (five seasons).


Morgan Luckie  |  Assistant Coach

Morgan Luckie was named to the Osprey’s staff as an assistant coach in March of 2019. Luckie’s primary focus will be goalkeeping.

The appointment reunited Luckie with her former college coach, Eric Faulconer. at Armstrong State University. Luckie also served one season as an assistant under Faulconer at Armstrong.

Luckie was a four-year standout and two-year captain goalkeeper at Armstrong from 2012-2015. During her four-year career she was twice selected as All Southeast Region by the United Soccer Coaches organization. She also garnered Peach Belt All-Conference, All-Tournament, All-Academic and Presidential Academic Honor Roll recognition during her career. She was selected as the goalkeeper for the Armstrong State all decade team and was chosen by the NCAA for their degree completion award.

First all-time in ASU program history in goals against average and second all-time in saves and shutouts, Luckie helped lead Armstrong to three NCAA tournament appearances, a Peach Belt Conference regular season and tournament title, an NCAA regional championship and a No. 1 final regular season national ranking in 2012.

After completing her playing career, Luckie joined the Armstrong staff as the goalkeeper coach for the 2016 season, where she helped guide the Pirates to an overall 14-5-2 record and a NCAA round of 32 appearance.

She has her United Soccer Coaches Goalkeeper Level 1 and 2 diplomas and serves on the state ODP staff of Georgia as a goalkeeper coach. Luckie also started the Outside the Box goalkeeping academy in 2018. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Armstrong in Health and Physical Education and her master’s degree in Professional Communication & Leadership from Georgia Southern University.