Bobby Kovalsky enters his first season as the team manager with the Providence College volleyball program.
"Bobby is a dedicated person who will help us both on and off the court," said Head Coach Margot Royer-Johnson. "He will work with our middles as well as assist in the office. We are thrilled to have him with us in his first year."
Currently, Kovalsky is a member of the Providence College men's club volleyball team. In high school Kovalsky was a middle blocker and captained the Long Island Catholic league championship team. He earned playoff MVP and All-League honors. Kovalsky also received the Kellenberg High School Most Committed Award.
In addition to playing three years of varsity volleyball, he also was the manager of the girls' varsity volleyball team his senior year. The team won their first league championship in school history during that season. As manager, he acted as a fourth coach, making plays, training middles and keeping stats.
A native of Merrick, N.Y., Kovalsky majors in Finance and Management. Kovalsky also participated in the Urban Action Program at Providence College where he volunteered within the Providence community.