Former Wolverine Adam Bruh is entering his first year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Michigan program.
Bruh, a four-year letterwinner for the Wolverines from 2002-05, comes back to Ann Arbor after spending some time coaching with the Albertson Soccer Club in New York where he has extensive experience working with their boys youth programs. Most recently, Bruh was the coach of the Albertson Fury 93, which is perennially in the top 10 nationally, and was also the head coach of the Albertson USSF Academy U18 team and an assistant with the U16 team. The Academy teams are recognized as being the top youth boy's leagues in the country.
Bruh is U-M's all-time assists leader with 28 career helpers and is the all-time single-season record holder with 13 assists in 2002. A McDonald's High School All-American, Bruh was a starter on U-M's 2003 NCAA Elite Eight squad and was a captain during his senior year.
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