Will Vergollo enters his third year as the video analyst for the University of Michigan men's basketball program. Overall it is his ninth year working with the Wolverines.
Vergollo manages and assists the entire basketball staff with the video operations for the program. He heads up the film exchange program, coordinates the recording of opponent games and assists with preparation for scouting reports. In addition, he leads a managerial staff responsible for the filming of all U-M practice and games, as well as assisting with the organization and running of Michigan basketball camps and the U-M coaching clinic.
During the 2012-13 season, Vergollo was an assistant coach under first-year head coach Patrick Beilein at West Virginia Wesleyan. The Bobcats posted a 12-15 record and a 9-13 mark in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Prior to his stint at West Virginia Wesleyan, Vergollo had spent six years with the Wolverine basketball program. He spent two years as U-M's graduate manager (2010-12), earning his master's degree in higher education administration and leadership from U-M in 2012. Before his graduate work, he spent four years as a student manger, including the last two as the head manager.
Vergollo completed his bachelor's degree in sport management from U-M in 2010. During his undergrad work, he was part of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars for four years and was the winner of the University Presidential Inaugural Conference Award in 2009.
A native of Ann Arbor, Vergollo was the first recipient of the Joel Portnoy Outstanding Student Manager Scholarship in 2009 and received the honor again in 2010. He has served as a U-M Camp Administrator for the basketball team summer camps over the last five years.
The Will Vergollo File
Born: July 12, 1988
Hometown: Ann Arbor, Mich.
High School: Ann Arbor Pioneer
College: University of Michigan, 2010 (B.S., Sport Management), 2012 (M.A., Higher Education Administration & Leadership)
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