Men's Golf Coaching Staff
Head Golf Coach
Andrew Dvornski, enters his third season as head golf coach at Hilbert College in the fall of 2013.
Under coach Dvornski’s leadership, the team members are making strides in course management and have improved their golf skills. Dvornski is most impressed with the individual improvement made by each player last season; collectively, the 2012 Hawks dropped 228 strokes off the team’s score one season earlier.
Dvornski is currently a PGA Apprentice and from 2004 -2011 served as the Assistant Golf Professional at Wanakah Country Club.
Prior to Wanakah, Dvornski served as a Junior Golf Instructor in the Hook-a-Kid on Golf program as well as Head Golf Coach in the Challenge Golf league at the Hamburg Golf Course in 2004.
Following his graduation from Frontier high school, Dvornski graduated from San Diego Academy of Golf (Chandler, AZ) in 2004 earning a Certificate of Completion in Teaching, Tournament Operations and Club Repair. That year, Dvornski earned Player’s Credentials which is awarded to the San Diego Academy of Golf’s elite golfers.
In 2009 he successfully passed the PGA Player Ability Test (PAT) with two consecutive rounds of 76 at the challenging Eagle Vale Golf Course, in Rochester, NY.
Coach Dvornski resides in Blasdell with his wife Heidi and sons Drew and Luke.
Assistant Golf Coach
Johnathan Snyder entered his first season as the assistant on Coach Dvornski's staff during the fall 2012 season. Prior to Hilbert, Snyder worked at Wanakah Country Club for head golf professional Steve Parker.
Snyder attended Daemen College for three years before he transferred to Buffalo State College in the 2012, fall semester. He will graduate from BSC with a degree in communications in the spring of 2013.
While at Daemen, he was a three-year member of the Wildcats golf program. He capped off his career with a T7 finish at the American Mideast Conference Championship in the spring of 2012.
He attended St. Francis High School and amassed a 26-3 record over his three-year career. In 2008, he was named the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association All-Catholic Champion after he shot an even par 72.