St John’s Prep has named Brian Jasiak as their new golf coach. The Newburyport native and now a resident of North Reading, the 32-year-old will lead a powerhouse program that has amassed a 73-6 record over the past five seasons, including a brief 9-0 campaign in 2020.
“As a preparatory graduate, Brian has great knowledge and understanding of our school community, mission and golf program,” said St. Johns Prep Athletic Director Jameson Pelkey. “By having been involved in the program in some capacity for the past 10 years, Brian has built a great foundation with our student-athletes, building connections at our local golf courses and establishing strong relationships within our conference and with other opponents. We face. Fall. I’m excited for Brian to lead our golf team, and look forward to working with him to continue the proud and successful tradition of the sport here.
The Eagles recorded their third perfect season since last fall of 2007, and the program hasn’t absorbed more than three regular season losses in 12 years. Be that as it may, Prep’s new captain says his primary role is not to collect the W, but to support his players on and off the course, to enforce the rules, and for them to “be there.” ” is also.
“I’m a big culture guy,” said Jasiak, who takes the baton from fellow alumnus Joe Rocha ’88. “The better these guys are doing in school, the less stressed out they are and the better they perform. All the kids love golf, they play all the time, they all have swing coaches; they’re going to make me look good. Not the other way around. I am there to guide, lead and set them up for success.”