Coach Zak Krug joins the Team Detroit staff with 10 years of coaching and playing experience at the club, high school and collegiate levels.
Having prepped at Livonia Churchill High School as a student assistant coach, Krug was a part of two MHSAA final four teams and an elite eight finish during his senior year. Krug moved on to play collegiate volleyball as a libero at Siena Heights University. He was a three year starter and two year captain for the varsity program and graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Sport Management. He went on to Central Michigan University to earn his Masters of Arts degree in Higher Education Administration, while playing one year on the club volleyball team.
Krug spent two seasons as the head coach of the Men's Volleyball program at Adrian College (2017-2019, NCAA DIII). He was a part of the program's first winning season in program history, while coaching four student-athletes to conference honors.
Most recently, Krug served as the varsity assistant coach at Troy Athens High School. He currently serves as the Orientation Coordinator at Wayne State University. Krug has a passion for leadership development and supporting student-athletes as they transition into a college setting.