Play the Game (Manchester, NH) is pleased to announce the lineup for the next scheduled clinic in our College Coaches Clinic series. We will have Assistant Coach Mark Kulakowski from Endicott College here at our facility to put on a fast pitch Softball clinic focused on developing players on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball for players age 14 and up. The clinic will be held at our indoor facility located at 8051 South Willow Street, Manchester, NH 030103, on Sunday, December 14, 2014 from 9:00am – 12:00pm. The clinic is just $40 per player; and space is limited. I have heard that there might be a few spots still available, please email Jim Cardello to see if there’s a space available for this clinic.
The 2014-15 academic year marks the 13th year in which Mark Kulakowski will serve the athletic department. Mark is the Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Recreation. He handles all aspects of facilities, recreation, ROTC and is the advisor to club sailing, club crew and club rugby. He also serves as an assistant to the softball program working with the outfielders on the Endicott softball team.
In his 12 spring seasons with the softball program, Coach Kulakowski has helped Head Coach Mark Veilleux win 11 championships. The softball team has captured the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship ten years as well as making ten trips to the NCAA Tournament (losing in the regional finals last year) and in 2012 the team captured the ECAC Championship.
In the past Coach Kulakowski served as the Gulls’ Co-Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Line coach while helping Head Coach JB Wells get the program up and running in 2002. He offered his coaching expertise to the running backs, special teams, and defensive line.
A graduate and four-year athlete at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Kulakowski was the captain and Most Valuable Player of the Corsairs’ football team in 2001. Kulakowski holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from UMass Dartmouth. He also has his Master’s degree in Education from Endicott in 2005.
Coach Kulakowski has also been the head softball coach of the Bay State Northeast Summer Team in the past. They placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd every year he coached in the games. In 2007 and 2008, Kulakowski served as the MIAA North Sectional Softball Tournament Director. He is currently part owner of Diamond One Softball, which offers camps and clinics to high school aged athletes.
He currently resides in Danvers with his wife Katy and his son Macklin and daughter Maggie.