Ryan Adamovich
Ryan Adamovich
Title: Wide Receivers Coach
Year: 5th
Alma Mater: Wisconsin Lutheran College 2010

Former Wisconsin Lutheran College football player Ryan Adamovich is in his fifth season as an assistant coach for the Warriors. Adamovich will serve as wide receivers coach this season after spending the past three seasons as tight ends coach.

Adamovich mentored Jerrod Klug to Second Team All-NACC honors in 2017. The senior tight end caught 19 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns. As coach of the linebackers in 2015, Adamovich mentored Tanner Behnke to NACC Defensive Player of the Year honors. Behnke, along with fellow linebacker Andrew Flegel, earned First Team All-NACC honors.

Adamovich returned to his alma mater after serving as special teams coordinator, co-offensive coordinator, and wide receivers coach at Lawrence University for two seasons. Prior to joining the Vikings' staff, he was a graduate assistant at the University of Dubuque for two years (2011-2012). Adamovich coached running backs in 2011 when Dubuque won the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 7-1 record and finished with a 9-2 overall mark. The Spartans earned a berth in the 2011 NCAA Division III Playoffs for the first time in 30 years.

Adamovich, who earned a Master of Arts degree in communications from Dubuque, then coached the wide receivers for the 2012 season. During his two seasons at Dubuque, the Spartans posted an overall record of 14-7.

A 2010 graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College, Adamovich earned a bachelor's degree in communication with a minor in coaching. A standout wide receiver for the Warriors, Adamovich was a three-year starter and finished his career with 71 catches for 743 yards and six touchdowns. He was a member of the first football team at Wisconsin Lutheran to finish with a record above .500 in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference.

A native of Kaukauna, Adamovich was an All-Fox Valley Association football selection at Kaukauna High School. He served as team captain and won a pair of letters for the Galloping Ghosts. Adamovich also won three letters in track & field and played basketball at Kaukauna.

Ryan and his wife, Emily, reside in New Berlin.