Hawk Baseball Camps
Assistant Coach - Infielders
KJ Kozens is entering his fifth season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the RWU Baseball team.
Kozens is no stranger to the game. At Falmouth High School on Cape Cod, he earned three varsity letters as a member of the baseball team. In his senior year, he was named team captain and selected as an OCL All-Star. His summers were spent playing for the Sandwich Post 188 Legion baseball team who seized a state title in 2002. In addition, he lettered three times as a member of the varsity football team. Kozens would continue his baseball career as a four-year member of the varsity baseball team at Bowdoin College, a member of the NESCAC. As a sophomore, Kozens made 11 appearances on the mound as a relief pitcher for the Polar Bears. In both his junior and senior years, Kozens played in every game as both a shortstop and second baseman.
Upon graduation from Bowdoin, Kozens spent the next six years as a high school US History and Economics Teacher. Two of those years were spent at the New Hampton School in New Hampshire and the other four at Bourne High School in Massachusetts. While teaching, Kozens also coached football, hockey, and baseball at both schools. During the summer, Kozens coached with the Sandwich Post 188 Legion Baseball program for five years. He served as the head coach and in 2015, the team captured the District 10 East Championship. Currently, he serves as the Head Coach for the 15U Team Mizuno Roadrunners travel baseball team out of Plymouth, Mass.
Kozens is responsible for working with infielders and hitters as well as recruiting duties for the Hawks’ Baseball program.