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Ed Ulinski

Football ∙ Ambridge

 

 

 

 

One of Ambridge’s best known sports names is Ulinski, and one of the best athletes to bear that name is Ed Ulinski. Ed played as a guard on the Ambridge High School football teams on 1935 to 1937, when they compiled an 18-7-1 record. He was a junior on the undefeated Bridger gridiron team of 1936. After graduating from high school in 1938, Ed entered Marshall University of West Virginia and started as a guard on the Thundering Herd squad, earning Little All American honors as a senior in 1941. Following his college graduation in 1942, Ed spent four years in the Air Force during World War II. After his discharge, he was signed by the Cleveland Browns in 1946 and earned a reputation as a hard working lineman. The next four years saw Ed serving as an assistant coach with Santa Clara University for three seasons and one season at Purdue University. Ed returned to the Browns as an assistant coach for the next 19 years, being appointed film coordinator in 1974 and serving in that role until his retirement in 1984.