Caz Kosciolek brings 19 years of collegiate coaching experience, with Division I experience in both the CAA and Patriot League, also working at two perennial Division II Playoff programs.  He has coached every position on the offensive side of the ball, during his career, with stints as both an Offensive and Special Teams Coordinator as well.

At Newberry College, in South Carolina, he coordinated one of the top offenses in Division II, helping take the Wolves to their first ever South Atlantic Conference Championship and Division II Playoff appearance.  Under his tutelage, Quarterback Josh Stepp finished in the top five nationally in both Passing Efficiency and Total Offense, garnering All-American accolades as well as being named South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year.

While at the College of the Holy Cross, Kosciolek’s special teams units ranked at or near the top statistically, both nationally and in the Patriot League.  He played a large role in the mentoring and development of Quarterback Dominic Randolph.  Randolph re-wrote the NCAA and Patriot League record books throwing for just shy of 14,000 yards during his time in Worcester.  Kosciolek also coached five of the top ten pass catchers in the long history of the Holy Cross program, including Michael Fess who finished his career as the Crusaders all-time leading receiver.  During his tenure the Crusaders also won the 2009 Patriot League title, earning an FCS playoff spot and ending an eighteen year championship drought.

As a player, Kosciolek was a stand-out athlete and two time all-state quarterback at Panther Valley High School in Lansford, PA.  In 1999, he was honored by Pennsylvania Football News, being placed on the second team of their All-Century rosters.  In 2014 he was inducted into the Carbon County Chapter of the Pennsylvania High School Hall of Fame.

His collegiate career began at Boston University, where he was a three-year letter winner at Quarterback.  During his time as a Terrier he was a member of back-to-back NCAA FCS Playoff teams and the 1993 team, which remains the only undefeated team in Yankee Conference/CAA history.  Kosciolek finished his player career at Quarterback for the University of New Haven and former Miami Dolphins Head Coach, Tony Sparano.  During his one season in 1997, he led the Chargers to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game.  He earned First Team All-American status and finished third in the balloting for the Harlon Hill Trophy, the Division II version of the Heisman.  In 2014, Kosciolek was inducted into the University of New Haven Athletics Hall of Fame.

Kosciolek currently works for North East Sports Consultants in Stoneham, MA.  For NESC, he writes recruiting evaluations and reports for ESPN, Hudl and NCSA.  He also serves as a Director and Coach for the Rivals Camp Series and Quarterback Challenges, as well as the Semper Fidelis All-American Camps.  He has also directed at coached at the Under Armour All-American Game and Deion Sanders’ Prime 21 camp in Dallas, TX, for the top skill position underclassmen in the country.  Kosciolek also works as an Evaluator for football officials in the Northeast 10 Conference