Brendan Ujvary is in his fourth year as an assistant coach for the Hamilton College men's soccer program. He has helped lead the Continentals to 24 wins and two NESCAC championship appearances. The Hamilton men advanced to the conference final in 2016 and the NESCAC semifinals in 2017. He has coached the conference's 2016 rookie of the year, one all-region selection and four all-NESCAC team honorees. He has earned his National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National Diploma.
Ujvary was an assistant with the Utica College men's team in 2013 and 2014. He helped guide the Pioneers to a pair of Empire 8 playoff appearances, including the program's first trip to the championship game in 2013. Utica players received eight all-conference team honors and one Empire 8 rookie of the year award during his time at the school.
Prior to Utica, Ujvary coached youth soccer from the Hudson Valley to Long Island. His time spent with Coerver Soccer Coaching and the Long Island Rough Riders ages U10 to U13 was a great experience.
Ujvary played college soccer at SUNY New Paltz. The defender appeared in 53 games with 41 starts over the course of three seasons. As a senior, he helped lead the Hawks to the SUNYAC quarterfinals in 2011. Ujvary was a member of the Dean's List all four years, made the NSCAA all-academic team and represented the soccer program on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Ujvary graduated with a degree in adolescent education with a specialization in social studies and a geography minor. He also has a master's degree in special education from Utica. He is from Kings Park, N.Y., and played soccer at Kings Park High School.