Andrew Wolf is in his first season as an assistant coach intern for the Wisconsin Lutheran College baseball team.
Wolf comes to Wisconsin Lutheran after serving as an assistant coach for the Wisconsin MASH Baseball Club in Greenville for one year.
Wolf graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2015 with a bachelor’s of health science in kinesiology. He played four years on the Panthers’ club baseball team and was named a First Team All-Midwest performer following his sophomore season in 2013. Wolf collected 72 career hits, including 37 RBIs and 17 doubles.
Wolf attended Hortonville High School where he was a unanimous First Team All-Bay Conference shortstop and First Team All-Area shortstop as a senior. He was selected to play in the Legion All-Star game at Miller Park in 2011, the same year the Polar Bears won the Bay Conference championship. In two seasons on the baseball team, Wolf collected 50 hits, 36 RBIs, and belted five home runs.
Wolf is currently enrolled in graduate school at Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he is pursuing a Master of Arts in sport management.