Tim Kalczynski

Tim Kalczynski is a graduate of Brother Rice High School. During his senior baseball season, he was named team captain, All-League and batted .345 with 12 doubles, 22 RBI, and 46 runs scored.

Tim went on to play four seasons of college baseball at the University of Michigan. He played both catcher an infield on teams that won three consecutive Big Ten titles and made an appearance in an NCAA Super Regional. He won the Wolverine Award for Spirit and Leadership during his final two seasons and was named a team captain his senior year. He graduated from Michigan in 2008 with a Bachelor's of Education and was recognized twice as Academic All-Big Ten and received the Academic-Athletic Achievement award. Soon after graduating, Tim took a faculty position at North High School in Torrence, California where he's an assistant baseball coach.

Each summer, Coach Kal returns to Michigan from California to coach in the Warriors Baseball Organization. He has been assistant coach for four Perfect Game National Champion teams since 2013 for the Warriors Organization.