Rudzinsky earns ‘Athletic Director of the Year’ award


Rudzinsky earns ‘Athletic Director of the Year’ award
Jeff Rudzinsky was honored with the “Athletic Director of the Year” award for District 3. (Courtesy Photo)

MARLBOROUGH – Jeff Rudzinsky was recently honored as the “Athletic Director of the Year” for District 3 at the 49th annual Massachusetts Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association (MSSADA).

Rudzinksy has been the athletic director for Marlborough High School since 2010, replacing Rich Riley.

According to a 2010 article in Wicked Local, he had been involved in Marlborough sports for over 20 years when he became the AD, including serving as the defensive coordinator for the Marlborough High School football team.

“Jeff Rudzinsky (Rudz) has been a cornerstone in the Marlborough community for over 15 years. He has an amazing impact on our students and families through his dedication as our Athletic Director,” said Marlborough High School Principal Dan Riley. “This is more than just a job for Rudz, as all five of his children graduated from Marlborough High School and participated in our sports programs. This recognition is well-deserved and a tribute to the positive impact of his career in MPS!”

Last November, the school received the District 3 Sportsmanship Award from the MIAA.

Other athletic directors honored by MSSADA include Nipmuc’s Chris Schmidt, Methuen’s Matt Curran, Swampscott’s Kelly Wolff, Bishop Stang’s Dennis Golden, Franklin’s Karrah Ellis, Old Rochester’s Bill Tilden and Abington’s Peter Serino.

Ludlow High School’s Tim Brillo was named MSSADA Athletic Director of the Year.

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