Kujawski compiled impressive statistics and
honors during his four year Baseball career at the College. The
Mohawk catcher/first baseman contributed to the success of the
Baseball program in the early 1970’s. A strong hitter with a
swift defensive glove, Paul was awarded the first Howard Smith
Award for the 1972-73 school year. This award is given to the Most
Valuable Player on the Baseball team. He was also honored that year
with a selection to the Massachusetts State College Athletic
Conference All-Star team.
Paul was also active off the baseball diamond. He was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and was recognized his senior year by the Intramural Department with the Award for Intramural Service.
After graduation, Paul taught and coached in the Oxford school system. He was an active member of the Webster School Committee, serving as chairman for twelve years. A life long resident of Webster, Paul was elected State Representative to the 8th Worcester District in 1994. He is presently serving his third term in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
A long time supporter of the College, Paul sponsored and won enactment of legislation renaming the College’s Athletic Complex after fellow inductee, Joseph Zavattaro. He also co-sponsored legislation renaming the College to the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts