Tim Giuliano - Recruiting Consultant 

Tim Giuliano began his playing career in Stamford, Connecticut.  He graduated Stamford High School in 2008 where he was part of a talented Black Knights Varsity Baseball team going 18-2 in the regular season.  After being recruited by several colleges he decided to go to Western Connecticut State University.  There he would play for the Colonials NCAA baseball program as a right-handed pitcher.  After a successful 2011 season the Colonials were poised to compete again in the 2012 season.  Unfortunately, the day prior to his first practice for his senior season Coach Giuliano severed the tip of his right index finger cutting short his playing career but leading to his coaching career. 

Coach Giuliano has experience coaching the game at multiple levels.  He has coached athletes from the ages of 6-18.  He has also given private instruction to players at the college level.  From 2013-2014 Coach Giuliano was Lead Instructor and Head of Player Development at All Star Baseball Academy (Warminster, PA).  There he was responsible for coaching and mentoring prospective college baseball players.  Coach Giuliano ran the college-prep team as if were a college program.  This preparation gave the players the best chance to succeed when they were given the opportunity to play in front of college coaches. 

Coach Giuliano is currently a Coach and Instructor at Bobby Valentines Sports Academy (Stamford, CT).  He is also a graduate student at Manhattanville College where he is perusing his Masters of Science in Sports Pedagogy.