Austin Dobrowolski



Coach Dobrowolski graduated from Dixie Hollins High School, where he enjoyed a successful athletic career and was named Athlete of the Year in 2000. During his time at Dixie Hollins, Austin was a 4 year letterman in Baseball, a 2 year letterman in Basketball, and a 1 letterman in Football. In 2000, Austin placed second in passing yards in Pinellas County. He was named a Pinellas County All-Star and an All-County Baseball Player in 2000. After high school, Coach Dobrowolski attended Iowa Wesleyan College in 2001, where he played both Football and Baseball. Austin decided to come back home, to play football at the University of South Florida as a walk-on. He played Quarterback for the Bulls from 2003-2004. When his collegiate playing days where done, Austin played professionally in the Arena Football League. He was the quarterback for the Utah Valley Thunder, and the Lakeland Thunderbolts. Austin's coaching career began at Elon University, where he was an Undergraduate Assistant Coach from 2004-2005. During his time at Elon, Dobrowolski's main job was assisting with the Quarterbacks. He was a Quarterbacks Coach for 4 years in Hillsborough County, coaching at King, Freedom, and Strawberry Crest High Schools. In 2014, Coach Dobrowolski coached Quarterbacks and Running Backs at Boca Ciega. This is his first season at Countryside High School, where he will be coaching the Wide Receivers alongside Coach Kerby. Austin is a 2008 Graduate of the University of South Florida, earning a degree in Mechanical Engineering.