Brandon Bielecki, Niagara Thunderwolves Program pitching coach, has developed countless pitchers in the Buffalo/Niagara Region.
Bielecki played 3 years of Varsity Baseball in his hometown of Clarence, NY in which Bielecki helped lead the team to 3 consecutive Section IV Championships, as well as being NYS Runner-up in his sophomore season.
Coach Bielecki started his collegiate baseball career at Niagara County Community College where he was a two-year starter and holds fourth place for all-time "wins" in NCCC Baseball history.
After his two-year Junior College stint, Coach Bielecki earned a scholarship to play at Division I, Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. Bielecki was a closer for the 2014 team earning a team high, 5 saves. In that same year, Bielecki pitched 4 and 2/3 scoreless innings against #5 ranked NC State. In Bielecki’s final year with the Griffs, he started the first game of the 2015 season against #11 ranked Maryland, closed out the 2015 MAAC Championship game as the Griffs earned an NCAA regional appearance against Missouri State. Bielecki’s final college outing was against Missuori State in the 2015 NCAA Regionals.
Bielecki started his collegiate coaching career in the fall of 2015 where he is currently the Pitching Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Niagara County Community College.
31 Years of Coaching and Administration of baseball and softball programs.
During that time he has worked with every level from Little League to High School to College. Neal coached at Medaille College, the University at Buffalo and Niagara University and at Niagara CCC. Prior to that he was a coach at Depew High School for six years and spent two years with the USAB Ohio Stars 16U Regional Team. Neal has coached some of the most promising players in the Northeast at National Showcases. Neal is dedicated to providing youth and amateur players the experience, coaching and guidance they need to play in College or at the Professional level.
Neal has a simple philosophy: RESPECT ALL PLAYERS, RESPECT YOUR OPPONENTS, RESPECT THE GAME -- provide the correct fundamentals with patience, persistence and clarity.