Mike Kobylanski’s last day as athletic director of UConn-Avery Point was Tuesday, marking the end of his tenure in a position as unique as his career path.
“During my time here, I’ve done everything from cleaning up vomit from the pool, to washing uniforms, to planning meals for teams, to revenue generation and strategic planning, and everything in between,” said said Kobylanski, 43, who grew up in North Haven and raised his family in Cheshire. “It really covered the gamut, and I’m grateful for the opportunity.”
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