Mitch Schulewitz

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PLAYING CAREER– MUNDELEIN HIGH SCHOOL AN ALL STATE SELECTION AND LAKE COUNTY PLAYER OF THE YEAR AS A PITCHER/UTILITY. WENT ON TO PLAY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CHICAGO. SPENT MOST OF HIS TIME AS A LATE INNING RELIEVER WHERE HE WAS  A FRESHMEN ALL CONFERENCE AND 3-TIME ALL ACADEMIC. RANKED 3RD IN UIC HISTORY IN APPEARANCES WITH 83.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER – SPENT ONE SEASON WITH THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS ORGANIZATION. FINISHED WITH A CAREER 2.40 ERA. WENT ON TO PLAY ONE MORE SEASON WITH THE SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS OF THE FRONTIER LEAGUE WHERE HE POSTED A 2.20 ERA IN 32.2 INNINGS WITH 28 RELIEF APPEARANCES

COACHING CAREER – WROTE INDIVIDUALIZED STRENGTH, ARM CARE AND VELOCITY TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR REMOTE CLIENTS. COACHED MULTIPLE 17U SHOWCASE SUMMER PROGRAMS. ACTED AS THE VOLUNTEER VARSITY PITCHING COACH FOR DE LA SALLE HIGH SCHOOL. HIRED AS THE DIRECTOR OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT AT UIC WHERE MANY OF HIS DUTIES INCLUDED HELPING WITH THE UIC STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING, DYNAMIC WARMUP, MOBILITY AND RECOVERY. HE WILL START HIS FIRST YEAR COACHING FOR THE REVOLUTION BASEBALL PROGRAM AS THE HEAD COACH OF THEIR 11U TEAM.