Adam Bruh is in his first year as an assistant coach for the Butler University men’s program soccer program. Bruh assists in all aspects of the program, with a primary focus on recruiting.
Bruh, who was a four-year letterwinner for the University of Michigan from 2002-05, joined Butler's staff after serving as Volunteer Assistant Coach at the University of Michigan. He came to Ann Arbor after a coaching stint with the Albertson Soccer Club in New York, where he gained extensive experience working with the boys youth programs. Bruh was the coach of the Albertson Fury 93, perennially a top 10 team nationally, and also was head coach of the Albertson USSF Academy U18 team, while serving as an assistant with the U16 team. The Academy teams are recognized as being the top youth boy's leagues in the country.
Bruh is Michigan's all-time leader with 28 career assists and is the Wolverines' single-season record holder with 13 assists in 2002. A McDonald's High School All-American, Bruh was a starter on Michigan's 2003 NCAA Elite Eight squad and was a captain during his senior year.
In addition to his primary duties at Butler, Bruh also works with the Indiana United Development Academy U18 Boys Team and the U16 Boys team.