Adam Krug returns to Adrian as head coach
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When Adam Krug first arrived at Adrian he helped mold the beginning of the program's history as a player. Seven years later he once again has a chance to shape the future of the team, only
this time as its coach as Adrian College announced today that Krug was returning to become the second coach in program history after Ron Fogarty stepped down after seven seasons to become head coach at Princeton.
Transferring to Adrian from Wayne State for his junior season, Krug was the Bulldogs' captain for the first year of their existence in 2007-08. During his two seasons at Adrian he was a proliic scorer, combining 52 goals and 77 assists for 129 points. Adrian amassed a record of 53-4-1 over Krug's two seasons as a player. His 77 points in his first season still stand as Adrian's all-time mark and were more than enough to be selected as an All-American.
After leaving Adrian Krug played parts of four seasons professionally, playing in three different minor leagues in the United States while also playing a season for a Dutch professional team.
Over the past two seasons though Krug has been an assistant for the Indiana Ice of the USHL. The Ice won the USHL Clark Cup playoff this past season as well as the Eastern Conference regular season title. While Krug has been with the Ice the team has seen 30 players receive DI scholarship offers and four players have been drafted by the NHL.