Theo Ludwick completed his third year as a volunteer coach with the University of Michigan water polo program during the 2010 season. Ludwick assists in strategy and player development.
Ludwick was a four year stand-out at Harvard, leading the Crimson to an 82-38 record during his career. In 2001, Harvard tied for first in their division and finished third at the CWPA Eastern Championship. He graduated from Harvard in 2003 with a Bachelor's of Arts in Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Ludwick's coach resume includes two year stints as a junior varsity boys coach and varsity girls coach at Palo Alto High school. He led girl's varsity program to a 36-17 record, winning two league championships and advancing to the post-season semifinal twice. He also coached with the Stanford club program, earning a bronze medal and a fifth place finish at the Junior Olympics.
Ludwick is currently pursuing dual MBA and Masters of Science degrees under the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise at Michigan. He is interested in renewable energy and clean technology, with a focus on expanding the availability of renewable energy and clean tech products.
He resides in Ann Arbor.
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