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Tom Radulski

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Sport(s)  Football
2000–2010  Bowdoin (LB)
late 1970s  New Hampshire
1993–1996  UMass Lowell
Name  Tom Radulski
1997–1999  Sacred Heart

Born  July 24, 1955 (age 60) (1955-07-24)

2011-Present  Holy Cross Crusaders

Tom Radulski (born July 24, 1955) is an American football coach and former player. He was the second head coach for the Sacred Heart University Pioneers football team. He served from 1997 to 1999 and compiled an overall record of 5–26. Radulski's first season was also the Pioneers' first in NCAA Division I-AA competition. In 1999, the Pioneers left the Eastern Football Conference (EFC) to join the Northeast Conference. Also that same season, Radulski was co-head coach with Walt Czekaj.

Radulski had previously been the first head coach in the University of Massachusetts Lowell's football program's history from 1993–1996. Other coaching experience includes Colby, New Hampshire, Columbia, Hamilton, College of the Holy Cross and Allegheny.


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