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OPC Athletic Director Named Administrator of the Year

Tiffany Ulatowski
Tiffany Ulatowski

Oxford, MS – The Mississippi Soccer Association (MSA) has named Tiffany Ulatowski, OPC Athletic Director, its MSA Suzanne Brown Administrator of the Year for the 2012-2013 season. Ulatowski was nominated for this award, for which parents of players as well as coaches submitted letters of recommendation on her behalf.

“Our OPC team knows how dedicated Tiffany is to our programs, and it is wonderful to see her being recognized by parents, coaches and the MSA,” says OPC Executive Director Rob Boyd. “We hope this accolade will shed a positive light on not only Tiffany’s outstanding work, but also on the great things happening throughout the OPC and our community.”

A native of Lafayette, Louisiana, Ulatowski attended Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where she played soccer and obtained her B.S. in Sports Medicine. She then went on to graduate from American University in Washington, DC, with a master’s degree in Health Fitness Management. Prior to joining OPC, Ulatowski lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Denver, Colorado. In Denver she was employed by the Coors Fitness Center at the University of Denver. Ulatowski and her husband moved to Oxford in 2011, and as OPC Athletic Director she oversees its youth and adults sports leagues, serving as lead administrator for soccer and softball.

Ulatowski will be recognized at the 2014 MSA Annual General Meeting to be held January 26, 2014, in Jackson, Mississippi. Her name will be submitted to the Region III Selection Committee, placing her in the running for the Regional Administrator of the Year Award.

About Oxford Park Commission

The Oxford Park Commission (OPC) strives to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Oxford, MS, by providing professionally designed, comprehensive recreational and leisure programs and services.  OPC offers youth and adult sports, instructional programs for youth and adults, as well as Leisure Lifestyles of Oxford recreational programming for mature adults. OPC maintains safe, well-managed facilities including Avent Park and Oxford City Pool, while offering programs and services at a cost that is affordable to all. To learn more or to register for OPC activities, please visit www.oxfordparkcommission.com.

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