Jack Mrozinski enters his second season with the Seahawks and will serve as Defensive Coordinator for the 2018 season.
Mrozinski comes to Salve Regina after spending the past six seasons at Ithaca College. Mrozinski began his time at Ithaca as a video coordinator, working his way up to his most recent positions as recruiting coordinator, defensive backs coach, and special teams coordinator.
While at Ithaca the Bomber defense ranked number one is scoring three times (2011, 2013, and 2016). Mrozinski also coached 12 All-conference players, 2 conference players of the year, and two All-Americans.
Prior to Ithaca Mrozinski spent a season as special teams coordinator and safeties coach at Widener. He served as assistant recruiting coordinator and head of the Pride's walk-on program. Mrozinski helped all of Widener's special teams units record top-four statistical finishes in the Middle Atlantic Conference and coached an All-American kick returner.
Before moving to Widener, Mrozinski spent a season at Division I-AA Hofstra where he worked with the team's defensive backs.
His coaching background also includes time at Muhlenberg and his alma mater, Buffalo State. In two years at Muhlenberg, he helped the Mules win consecutive Centennial Conference titles.
Mrozinski played quarterback and longsnapper at Buffalo State from 2002-2006, majoring in Communications. He earned is masters in communication in 2015 while at Ithaca.