Adam Bruh is in his fifth season as an assistant coach for the Butler men’s soccer team. The former University of Michigan men’s soccer standout joined head coach Paul Snape’s first Butler staff in March of 2011. He assists in all aspects of the program, with a primary emphasis on recruiting.
Alongside Snape, Bruh has played a large role in transitioning Butler's program from the Horizon League to the Atlantic 10 and now to the BIG EAST. Over the past four years, the Butler program has accumulated 29 wins and saw Zach Steinberger drafted eighth overall in the most recent MLS SuperDraft by the Houston Dynamo.
Bruh, who was a four-year letterwinner for the University of Michigan from 2002-05, joined Butler’s staff after serving one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Michigan, where he worked closely with Snape. Prior to his return to Ann Arbor, Bruh had a coaching stint with the Albertson Soccer Club in New York, where he gained extensive experience working with the boys youth programs. He was coach of the Albertson Fury 93, perennially a “Top 10” team nationally, and also served as head coach of th Albertson USSF Academy U18 team. He also served as an assistant coach with the U16 squad. The Academy teams are recognized as being one of the top youth boy’s leagues in the U.S.
Bruh finished his collegiate playing career as Michigan’s all-time leader and single-season recordholder in assists. He recorded a school-record 13 assists in 2002 and compiled 28 assists during his four seasons with the Wolverines. A McDonald’s High School All-American, Bruh was a starter on Michigan’s 2003 NCAA Elite Eight squad, the first Michigan team to advance to the NCAA Championship. He served as a team captain for the Wolverines during his senior season.
In addition to his duties with the Bulldogs, Bruh also works with the Indiana United Development Academy U18 Boys Team and with the Academy’s U16 Boys squad.