Dylan Dombrowksi enters his first season as assistant coach for
the Blue Devil track and field teams. A former University of
Connecticut Husky, Dombrowski was a consistent scorer as a multi
eventer, pole vaulter and javelin thrower for
UCONN. He scored in the New England, Big East and
IC4A Championships. Dombrowski also earned All-Big East Academic
His personal best marks include 4.80m (15'9") in the indoor pole vault, 63.71m (209'.25") in the javelin, 4,813 in the heptathlon and 6,324 in the decathlon.
In addition to coaching, Dombrowski also competes in club track and field for ConnQuest (CQ), based out of Broadbrook, CT. He was a USATF Club All-American in 2010 after his third-place finish in the javelin at nationals, as well as a multiple-time club national scorer and USATF East Region Champion. He holds a "clinic PB" of 218' in the javelin held at the 2012 Rich DeStefano Javelin Clinic.
Dombrowski graduated from the University of Connecticut in the spring of 2011 with a degree in exercise science with a concentration in strength and conditioning. He is currently pursuing a master's degree at UCONN in exercise physiology. Dombrowski is a USTFCCCA level one coach and has worked for many fitness and track and field camps throughout the northeast as well as served as a volunteer coach at his high school Alma Mater.
Prior to attending Connecticut, the Breezy Point, NY native attended Archbishop Molloy High School where he was a member of the varsity cross country and track and field teams. While attending Molloy, Dombrowski was a three-time high school All-American in the shuttle hurdle relay and the open decathlon.
Dombrowski currently resides in Storrs, CT while he completes his master's degree at UCONN.