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Former GCHS Star Bob Kulinski Named Rams’ Boys’ Soccer

Kulinski 2Athletic Director Pat Murphy has announced that former Rams’ soccer standout Bob Kulinski will be Gloucester Catholic High School’s new boys’ soccer coach.

A 1989 graduate, Kulinski earned All-State and All-South Jersey honors as a forward for the Rams during his four-year career. He holds school records for most goals in a season with 32 during his junior season and career goals with 82. Kulinski played his college ball at St. Andrews Presbyterian College (North Carolina), now St. Andrews University, before graduating the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Kulinski, who succeeds former coach Steve Bombaro, has coached travel ball in Washington Township for more than 10 years and formerly served as an assistant soccer coach for one year at Triton High School during the 1990s.

He is currently coaching scrimmages against various South Jersey teams, and is prepping Gloucester Catholic for its season opener at Woodstown on Monday, September 11 in a 4 pm start.

“I know just about all of the players from the travel program and they are very talented, so I feel comfortable taking over,” said Kulinski, whose son Bob, a sophomore, is a member of the team. “At the same time, this season will provide a learning curve too for me personally as a new varsity coach.

“We will be very competitive. I look forward to continued success here at Gloucester Catholic.”

The Rams enjoyed a solid 2016 campaign under former Coach Bombaro, posting a 13-3-4 record that included a Tri-County Conference Classic Division championship and a trip to the South Jersey Non-Public B semifinals.


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