Dwight Hornibrook
Cornell University
Dwight Hornibrook
Head Coach
dh269@cornell.edu
Cornell
Division 1

Hornibrook served as the head coach of mens soccer at SUNY Cortland for eight seasons, helping the Red Dragons win their first SUNYAC Tournament in 2008 and advance to the quaterfinals the following two years. He also has head-coaching experience at Houghton, where he compiled a 119-46-13 record and led the school to NAIA regional titles in 1995 and 1996. His overall record as a head coach is 182-115-30. Hornibrook has a Canadian Soccer Association 'A' License, National Coaching Certification Program Level 5 (highest standard), is a graduate of the Canadian Soccer Association Apprenticeship program, a graduate of the National Coaching Institute, an NSCAA Level 2 GK Coach Certification and a graduate of the English Football Association Level 1 Psychology Course. Prior to Houghton, Hornibrook was a member of the Canadian National Team staff and director of the Atlantic Regional Training Center from 1987-94. During that time, he coached with World Cup, Olympic and U-17 National teams in international competition, including the U-17 World Cup in 1987 and World Cup qualifying in 1992. Hornibrook served as head coach of the Winnipeg Fury in 1990 and was a player/assistant coach for the Nova Scotia Clippers in 1991 in the Canadian Soccer League. In 1998-99, he was the North American scout for Middlesbrough FC of the English Premier League. He has also served on the preseason coaching staff of the Rochester Rhinos during the 2006 and 2007 seasons. Hornibrook graduated from the University of New Brunswick, Canada, in 1982 with a bachelors degree in education. He was a five-year member of the soccer team as a midfielder and was a two-time Atlantic Universities Athletic Association (AUAA) all -star. The team won a national title in 1980 and he was named an Athlete of Distinction in 1982. After graduation, Hornibrook was a member of the North American Soccer Leagues (NASL) Toronto Blizzards reserve squad in 1983. Hornibrook earned a masters degree in sports science in 2008 from the United States Sports Academy in Mobile, Ala. He graduated with honors and was nominated for student of the year honors among all masters degree students at the institution. A native of Fredericton, N.B., Hornibrook is a graduate of Fredericton High School, where he earned Rookie of the Year and MVP honors in soccer. His team was crowned provincial champion in 1977. In 1992, Hornibrook was inducted into the city of Fredericton Sports Wall of Fame. Hornibrook and his wife, Donna who is the head coach of field hockey at Cornell currently reside in Lansing, N.Y., with their two daughters, Kathryn and Emily.Dwight Hornibrook