Brian Michalowski joined the Wyoming football staff as a defensive graduate assistant in the spring of 2013 after spending the last six seasons at Arizona State University. Michalowski will work with the defensive line and the "Buck" position, with additional responsibilities on the special teams units.
Michalowski was a graduate assistant in 2012 for a successful Arizona State football team which went 8-4, finishing the season with a victory in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl over Navy. Michalowski worked with the defensive line, specifically the stand up defensive ends, while also having responsibilities on special teams, with a primary focus on kickoff and kickoff return. Michalowski also coached the offensive scout team.
Michalowski spent the 2011 season as a defensive quality control assistant with Arizona State, working with safeties and special teams, assisting the kickoff return unit that finished 10th in the nation and had six returns for touchdowns in two seasons.
Michalowski was a student assistant for Arizona State for four seasons, initially working with recruiting and special teams. Michalowski began working on the defensive side of the football in 2009, where he assisted with the defensive backs until 2011.
Additionally, Michalowski completed a training camp internship with the Buffalo Bills during the 2010 preseason, where he had responsibilities with pro personnel and camp operations.
Michalowski briefly coached at his alma mater, Notre Dame Prep, in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 2007.
Michalowski earned a bachelor's degree in marketing with a minor in psychology from Arizona State University in 2011. Michalowski is responsible for recruiting the states of Idaho and Nebraska for the Cowboys.