Adam Kuntz enters his first season as director of operations for the Ohio volleyball program under fifth-year head coach Deane Webb in 2018.
Kuntz comes to Athens after spending the 2017 season as the volunteer assistant coach at William & Mary. In his role with the Tribe, he developed travel itineraries for the team, arranged on-campus visits for prospective student-athletes, compiled scouting reports, analyzed practice and game film for team meetings and film sessions, assisted with in-match adjustments and reinforced fundamental tactics and strategies with on-court training.
Kuntz arrived at William & Mary after a successful seven-year run mentoring at the high school level in various parts of Nebraska. He served as the head coach at Sutton High School for three seasons, compiling a 61-33 overall record. He guided the Mustangs to back-to-back conference championships, which allowed the team to qualify for the state playoffs both seasons.
Prior to his time at Sutton, Kuntz spent a year as the head coach at Sumner-Eddyville-Miller, mentoring his team to a 17-12 mark and a third-place finish in the Fort Kearney Conference Tournament after going 6-21 the previous year.
Kuntz's first head coaching opportunity came at Cedar Catholic, where his team went 80-20 in three seasons. The Trojans qualified for the state playoffs each season during his tenure, capped by a state championship in his final season.
Kuntz got his start in coaching with NE Nebraska Power Club -- an 18's Gold Level Club Team.
Kuntz graduated from Wayne State in 2009 with a degree in secondary education. While in college, he spent a season competing for Missouri Valley College and was also a member of the University of Nebraska club team for a year. He also served as a student assistant for the Wayne State College volleyball team.