Columbus High School is excited to announce the hiring of Brady Vancura as the new head coach for the boy’s golf program.
“We are excited to announce Brady Vancura as the head coach for the boys golf program. His experience as a collegiate player coupled with his teaching style make him a great fit for this role, said Tim Kwapnioski, Director of Athletics and Activities at Columbus High School. “I look forward to working with him to expand the exceptional golf program at CHS for our student-athletes.”
Vancura came to Columbus High School in 2017 as a business teacher. During his time at CHS he has coached basketball, baseball, and golf. Coach Vancura began his teaching and coaching career with Beatrice Public Schools in 2015.
Brady earned a Bachelor’s Degree in secondary education with an endorsement in business and coaching from Midland University in 2015. While a student-athlete at Midland participating on the men’s golf team, he was a 2-time Daktronics Scholar Athlete, a 2-time All-Conference Team member, and a member of the 2014 National Tournament Qualifying Team. He also holds a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction from Peru State and a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Chadron State College.