Maruszczak, a native of Detroit, Mich. graduated from Centerline St. Clement where he competed on the baseball diamond, basketball court, and football field all four years. Upon completion of high school, Maruszczak headed to Macomb Community College where he played baseball while studying computer information technology.
Maruszczak has been involved with bowling since he was ten-years old when he entered into his first kid’s league. What started out as recreational bowling as a kid turned into a coaching position for a high school intramurals team while in college. In 2003, Maruszczak coached the inaugural varsity bowling season for Centerline St. Clement and under his guidance the Crusaders made it all the way to the state tournament where they took 7th place. He later became the head coach at Royal Oak Shrine where he coached from 2007-2010 before he took over at Bishop Foley High School where has been the head coach since 2012.
While at each school, Maruszczak also helped coach baseball and at Centerline St. Clement he served as the head varsity golf coach for nine seasons.
Throughout his coaching career, Maruszczak has stayed active bowling as an amateur in many events including a few PBA events. He has also been a PGA pro for 21 years and performs individual lessons for golfers.