|Alma Mater:||Wisconsin Lutheran College 2004|
Adam Volbrecht is in his sixth season as head coach of the Wisconsin Lutheran College men's golf team. Volbrecht, who spent the 2007 season as an assistant coach prior to being named head coach, also serves as the Assistant Director of Residence Life at WLC.
In 2012-2013, Volbrecht was honored as the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Co-Coach of the Year. In the final event of the season, the Warriors claimed their first tournament victory under Volbrecht, shooting a school-record round of 303 to win the St. Norbert Invitational. The team finished third at the NACC Championship, shooting a 306 in the final round to jump up from fifth place.
Volbrecht coached the NACC Freshman of the Year for the second consecutive season as Sean Esenberg earned the honor along with an all-conference selection. Jake Gaudynski also was named to the all-conference team.
Volbrecht mentored the Warriors to a sixth-place finish after four rounds of the NACC Championship in 2011-2012. Jake Gaudynski, who placed fifth at the NACC Championship, was also named NACC Freshman of the Year. In his first season at the helm (2008), Volbrecht coached Danny Behm to his third consecutive NACC Player of the Year honor.
A four-year letterwinner (2000-2003) on the Warriors men's golf team, Volbrecht served as team captain for two seasons. His career was highlighted by a second-place finish at the Lakeland Invitational during his senior season. He graduated from WLC in 2004 with a bachelor of arts degree in English. He went on to receive his master's degree in student affairs administration from Ball State University in 2006.
Volbrecht attended Badger High School in Lake Geneva, and was a two-year letterwinner on the Badgers men's golf team.
Volbrecht, who was born June 21, 1982, currently resides in Muskego with his wife, Taryn, who is the head girls' varsity volleyball coach at nearby Wisconsin Lutheran High School. They have two sons, Khalil and Jevan.