Brian J. Jaworski
Sport(s): Soccer (Men's)
Hailing from Homewood-Flossmoor High School (Ill.), Brian Jaworski was two-sport athlete (soccer and ice hockey). He came to DePauw and helped take the soccer program to another level between 1985 and 1988. He was a varsity letter winner each of those four years, and in 1987 his team won the Indiana-Illinois Collegiate Soccer Conference (IICSC). He led the team with 12 goals and six assists, and was named most valuable player, and IICSC Co-Player of the Year for 1987. He was named team co-captain in 1988, and was again the most valuable player, with the second highest team total of eight goals. He was named to the All-Mid-East Region first-team, and he became DePauw’s first and only men’s soccer All-American. He finished his career with 31 goals, the third highest total at the time (currently sixth), and 12 assists (second highest, currently 13th). He is currently the seventh all-time career point leader. He graduated with the program’s then-best four-year record of 53-12-3. After graduation with a degree in psychology he worked for Mobil Oil in Massachusetts. He and Leslie (Davidson) were married after her DePauw graduation in 1990. In 1991 Jaworski returned to DePauw as assistant men’s soccer coach. Since then, he and head coach Page Cotton have led the Tigers to a 141-49-10 record through 2001. Brian and Leslie have two children, Ann Marie (1997) and John (2000).