Michael Bielawski, who has been a part of both of Marquette University's NCAA Men's Golf Regional teams (2008, 2015), has been the assistant coach at his alma mater since 2012.
Bielawski and head coach Steve Bailey guided MU to its second BIG EAST Championship and NCAA Regional appearance when the Golden Eagles rallied from a 36-hole, eight-stroke deficit to capture the championship.
The West Allis, Wis., native was an All-BIG EAST performer as a senior, helping Marquette capture the conference title and earn its first-ever regional berth in the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship in 2008. Bielawski finished his MU playing career as the all-time leader in rounds played (135), and he still holds the school record for lowest round when he shot an 8-under-par 63 at the Xavier Provident Invitational as a freshman.
After graduating from MU with a degree in public relations and advertising, Bielawski played professionally on the National Golf Association Hooters Pro Golf Tour as well as the Dakotas Tour, while also working as a club pro at Blue Mound Golf and Country Club in Brookfield, Wis.