MATT WOLSKI


CLASS OF '98


YEAR OF INDUCTION: 2007



During a four-year varsity career in both baseball and soccer at Steinert, the second baseman was a driving force behind two state championship baseball teams, a Mercer County Tournament champ and three Colonial Valley Conference champions from 1995-98. Wolski was first-team All-CVC and All-Area for three straight seasons. He was first-team All-Group III as a sophomore and first-team All-Group IV as a senior. He made the All-State All-Star team in 1998. In soccer, Wolski was first-team All-CVC and second-team All-Area his senior year, and earned All-State status. He was team MVP for two straight years, made the Coaches Select first team and the Soccer Coaches of NJ second team as a junior, and was on the Hibernianís Senior 11 team as a senior. His two-sport prowess made him the Spartan of the Year as a senior.

Wolski went on to play four seasons at Rutgers where the Knights won a Big East title and Matt earned Big East All-Conference honors and was named NJ Collegiate Baseball Associationís Player of the Year as a senior. Matt is currently the head baseball coach at Mercer County Community College.


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