Dave Schreyer returned to Huntingdon College in January 2013.
A four-time All-American, an individual national champion and a 17-year tour player, Schreyer brings a wealth of experience to the Huntingdon golf program as Director of Golf.
A 2001 inductee in the Huntingdon College Athletic Hall of Fame, Schreyer earned first-team All-American honors for the Hawks in 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989. The NAIA individual national champion in 1988, Schreyer was part of national championship teams in 1986, 1987 and 1988.
Schreyer also competed on two World University teams. The 1988 team won gold and the 1986 team won silver. Schreyer graduated from Huntingdon in 1989 with a degree in Business Administration
Following his collegiate career, Schreyer played tour golf from 1990-2007. In addition to time on the PGA Tour, he also competed on the Nationwide Tour, South African PGA Tour and NGA Pro Golf Tour. His 10 wins on the NGA Pro Tour rank second all-time.
Before joining the Huntingdon coaching staff, Schreyer spent five years as an instructor in Atlanta.
For Schreyer, the return to Huntingdon is like coming home.
"Huntingdon has always been close to my heart," Schreyer said. "It made me who I am. I was a decent high school player when I came to Huntingdon and when I left I was a completely different golfer. I left Huntingdon right for the PGA Tour my first year. That doesn't happen too often.
"I enjoyed my collegiate experience and I want to help our golfers do the same. I want to help them play great golf, have a great college experience, get a great education and leave here with the same love for Huntingdon that I have."