This will be Adam’s third season as offensive coordinator for the Tigers. In 2019, the Tiger offense averaged 411 yards per game, getting almost 200 yards through the air and 211 on the ground. The Tiger offense was the third highest scoring offense in class A football averaging 35.7 points on their way to a second consecutive state tournament appearance. Adam is currently a Health/Physical Education teacher at Springfield. Before coming to Springfield, Adam played football and basketball for ROCORI High School, where he graduated in 2008. He then went on to earn his teaching degree and play football at Hamline University. He was a 3 year starter at quarterback, who set the record twice for passing yards in a game and left the school second all-time in passing touchdowns. After his playing career ended, Adam was given the opportunity to spend two years coaching football at Wayzata High School and one year at Owatonna High School. Since arriving in Springfield, Adam has coached junior high football and has worked with both the junior high and varsity basketball teams. Adam and his wife, Maggie, reside in Springfield with their four children, Easton, Isaac, Hallie and Hannah.