Coach Kwiatkowski begins his sixth year with the Bridgewater College Women's Soccer Program as a volunteer assistant coach.
Kwiatkowski was part of the Eagles staff that helped lead the Eagles to the 2012 ODAC championship game and the 2013 conference semifinals.
The Eagles set a program-record with 16 wins in 2014, were regionally-ranked by the NSCAA, and earned their first-ever NCAA regional ranking late in the season.
Coach Kwiatkowski is the current head coach for the girls' varsity soccer program at Stonewall Jackson High School in Woodstock, Va.. Prior to taking the position at Stonewall Jackson, Kwiatkowski coached the girls' varsity at Central High School in Woodstock, Va. In his first year at Central, his team was the 2011 Regular Season champion in the Shenandoah District going 12-3-2 with a regional tournament appearance. He was named 2011 Shenandoah District Coach of the Year. Three of his players received Virginia High School Coaches Association (VHSCAA) All-Region honors and one of those players received VHSCAA All-State honors.
Before accepting the head coaching job at Central, Coach Kwiatkowski was the head coach for the Broadway junior varsity girls' soccer program for four years and the head coach for the Broadway junior varsity boys' soccer program for one. Along with coaching soccer, he has been involved in high school coaching for more than 18 years, also coaching varsity field hockey, varsity girls lacrosse, and varsity ice hockey.
Coach Kwiatkowski has been a member of the Virginia Youth Soccer Association (VYSA) state cup seeding committee and the rules and disciplinary committee for the Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS). He also has been a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) Grade 8 Referee and Virginia High School League Certified Referee.
Kwiatkowski holds a USSF D License, along with a NSCAA Advanced Regional and NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma.
Kwiatkowski has four children and lives in Mount Jackson, Va., with his wife, Karen. His daughter Betsy played soccer for ODAC rival Lynchburg College.