Patrick Schulte enters his third season as video coordinator for head coach Brad Underwood and the men's basketball team.
Schulte's primary duties are to assist in the initial breakdown of game film, assist in gathering scouting information as well as coordinating film exchange. Schulte will also help the staff with its recruiting database and team travel.
In 2013-14, Schulte played a vital part in the Lumberjacks' success, which included a 32-3 overall record, 18-0 Southland Conference mark, SLC regular season and tournament titles, NCAA Tournament second round victory over fifth-seeded VCU and berth in the third round against fourth-seeded UCLA.
The 2014-15 season yielded similar results, as SFA posted a 29-5 overall record and came within a win of sweeping conference play for the second-straight year. The Lumberjacks advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament as a No. 12 seed for the second-consecutive season, where it faced off against fifth-seeded Utah.
Schulte came to Stephen F. Austin after serving as a manager at Kansas State University for three seasons, serving as head manager for the 2012-13 season. He transferred to Kansas State after playing guard at Cloud Community College in Concordia, Kansas. As a freshman, Schulte led the conference in free throw percentage (92.0%) and was second in three-point percentage (44.4%) while averaging 8.8 points per game.
A native of Seneca, Kansas, Schulte has a wife, Stephanie.