A veteran of almost 30 years in the sports information
profession Chuck Sadowski was named Director of the Sports
Information at the University of Bridgeport in late August of 2007.
Chuck came to UB comes after serving as the Assistant Commissioner
for Media Relations at the East Coast Conference since September of
2006. Prior to his time in the conference office, Chuck served
as the Director of Athletic Media Relations at the University of
New Haven from January 2004 to June of 2006.
Sadowski served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports
Information and Events at Austin College in Sherman, Texas from
August of 1996 until January of 2004. He also served as the
Director of Sports Information and Scheduling Coordinator at the
University of Redlands from December of 1992 through August of 1996
and as the Director of Sports Information at the University of
Chicago from February 1987 to December of 1992. Chuck began his
career in athletic media relations as the Graduate Assistant SID at
New York University in 1985.
An active member of the College Sports Information Directors
of America (CoSIDA), Sadowski completed a three-year term as an
At-Large College Division member of the organization's Board of
Directors in the summer of 2006. He also is currently a vice chair
of the organization's Committee on Committees. He has also worked
on CoSIDA's Writing Contest and Charity committees. Presently,
he also serves as the East Region Representative to DIISIDA.
Chuck has worked in press services at many large events
including serving as the Mixed Zone Manager for baseball at the
1996 Atlanta Olympics, working at the track cycling and boxing
venues at the 1998 Goodwill Games in New York City, working at the
2000 USA Olympic Track Cycling Trials in Frisco, Texas. He has also
helped staff the 1997 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball National
Championship plus several NCAA men's and women's basketball
regionals, including the 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 NCAA
Division II Elite Eight in Springfield, MA. He has also
assisted with many NCAA events hosted by the Webster Bank Arena at
Sadowski assisted the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox in
press services at the 2008 and 2003 Major League Baseball All-Star
Games plus work for the Yankees during the team's World
Championship run in 2009. He has also worked as a
statistician and official scorer for the Texas Rangers Class AA
affiliate, the Frisco RoughRiders in 2003 plus was the official
scorer for the Class A San Bernardino Spirit in 1993.
Currently, Chuck serves as official scorer for the Bridgeport
Bluefish of the Atlantic League.
A 1984 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a
Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honors in French with a concentration
in European Studies, Chuck also received a Master's Degree in
French Studies in 1987 from New York University. He resides in West
Haven, CT with his wife, Lisa, and daughter Laura, and son,