You'd be hard pressed to find a coach with more success than Dave Wronowski. Entering his ninth season as Siena Women's Golf Head Coach, Wronowski has led the program to seven MAAC Championships in addition to the Saints' first-ever NCAA Tournament Appearance in 2012.
The Siena Women's Golf program won an unprecedented 12 consecutive MAAC Championships from 2001-12, with Wronowski guiding the Saints to the final seven during his first seven seasons leading the program. For his efforts, he was named MAAC Coach of the Year in both 2011 and 2012.
The 2011-12 season was a memorable one for the program. The Saints closed out the regular season by winning the Hartford Invitational before capturing the conference title. In the first season in which the MAAC Champion received an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Saints captured the conference championship by a whopping 53-stroke margin. As a result, Siena participated in the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ohio where they finished 24th overall.
The golf team has excelled both on and off the golf course since Wronowski took over the program. The team has had 13 players named to the NGCA Academic All-American team. Additionally, the program has earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA in each of the past two seasons for posting Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top-10 percent of all women's golf programs across the membership.
Wronowski comes to Siena after a stellar playing career at Skidmore College where he was named to the Golf Coaches Association of America All-American Honorable Mention list and earned Academic All-American honors. As part of the nationally ranked Skidmore team, he won two events and was named to his alma mater's Hall of Fame in 2005.
Wronowski is the son of Siena College head men's golf coach Tom Wronowski. The duo marks the first time Siena has had a father-son duo coach the same sport.