Pikuzinski attended Bishop Turner High School and The Park School, playing soccer at both.
He was a three time American Indoor Soccer Association Most Valuable Player and served as an assistant coach his last year as a player. Pikuzinski set the single season scoring record at The Park School. He also played with the White Eagles of the Western New York Premier Soccer League, winning four championships.
In 1983, the Buffalo Stallions of Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) drafted Pikuzinski.
He played one season with them, but when the Stallions folded at the end of the 1983-1984 season, Pikuzinski moved to the Buffalo Storm of the outdoor United Soccer League. The Storm folded in 1984 and Pikuzinski signed with the expansion Canton Invaders of the newly established American Indoor Soccer Association (AISA).
Pikuzinski took a back seat to team leading scorer Kia Zolgharnain his first two seasons with the Invaders as the team took two consecutive AISA championships. In his third season with the Invaders, Pikuzinski became the league’s leading scorer.
He was named a first team All Star and league Most Valuable Player. During the 1987 outdoor season season he featured in the National Soccer League with Saint Catharines Wolves.
In 1991, Pikuzinski moved to the Cleveland Crunch of MISL. The Crunch went to the semifinals before falling to the Dallas Sidekicks. In 1992 after the MISL folded, Pikuzinski returned to Buffalo when he signed with the expansion Buffalo Blizzard of the National Soccer League (NPSL). Pikuzinski remained with the Blizzard through the 1999-2000 season before he retired from playing professionally.
During his last season of play, he also served as an assistant coach with the Blizzard.
Pikuzinski was inducted into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame in 2006. He is the resident instructor at Sahlen’s Sports Park, an indoor soccer complex in Elma, New New York