Zachary Krug Chosen to Take Reins of Men's Volleyball Program

ADRIAN, Mich. – Adrian College Director of Athletics Michael Duffy announced that Zachary Krug will fill the head coaching vacancy for the men's volleyball program.

Krug is just the second head coach since the men's volleyball program moved from club status to NCAA DIII in 2015.

"I am very excited to return back to the city of Adrian, a place that I called home for my college years," Krug said, "I owe a lot of thanks to President Docking and athletic director Mike Duffy for this opportunity.

"I am looking forward to developing these young men into leaders both on campus and in the Adrian community."

Krug spent last year attending graduate school at Central Michigan University in pursuit of a Masters of Arts degree.

During his first year of grad school, he was a graduate assistant for the Leadership Safari at CMU. His responsibilities included the planning and execution of the leadership development program for more than 2,000 incoming students, training and supervision of 300 undergraduate student staff members, and developing a curriculum to match the University's learning outcomes.

Prior to attending CMU for grad school, the Livonia, Michigan native was an assistant varsity volleyball coach at Adlai Stevenson High School in his home town for most of 2015.

Krug was a women's volleyball student assistant coach at Siena Heights from 2012-2014. He was also a member of the men's volleyball team from 2011-15 and was named a team captain for two seasons.

He graduated with a bachelor of business administration in August 2015.

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