Date of birth: 9/7/1993
Hometown: Rockford, Ill.
Previous club/team: Loyola University Chicago
Weight: 197 pounds
2017: Back for a second season, he came on at halftime of LouCity's opener after starting goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh suffered an injury. Dobrowolski contributed to a clean sheet in the game....Continued to start until Ranjitsingh's return at the end of May, but earned the spot back for a 4-1 win July 22 at Saint Louis FC...Dobrowolski's goals against average (0.91 per game) ranks among the best in the USL. In 11 appearances, Dobrowolski has made 22 saves and has three clean sheets.
2016: Signed in June as a rookie out of Loyola-Chicago, he served as a reserve keeper behind Greg Ranjitsingh. With the starter away on international duty, Dobrowolski played the entire 90 in a Sept. 3 win at FC Montreal, a club that entered having notched 16 goals in its last five fixtures. He appeared again when Ranjitsingh left the Oct. 16 Eastern Conference Final injured. Dobrowolsi logged 67 minutes in relief and represented LouCity in a penalty shootout against the eventual USL champion New York Red Bulls II.
Before Louisville City: Spent three years as the starting goalkeeper for Loyola-Chicago from 2013 to 2015. As a senior, Dobrowolski appeared in 19 games, starting in 18, and repeated as Missouri Valley Conference Goalkeeper of the Year to go along with his second straight First Team All-MVC honors. He became Loyola's first NSCAA First Team All-West Region selection since 2008. A three-time MVC Defensive Player of the Week selection, he posted a Missouri Valley Conference-best 11 shutouts to become Loyola's all-time career leader in the category with 25 clean sheets overall. Dobrowolski also set a new single-season goals against average record of 0.40 that ranked second overall nationally, and was the Fall recipient of the MVC Good Neighbor Award for his work both on and off the field.