Adam Rollman joined the UAlbany volleyball staff in 2019 as the program’s defensive coordinator. Rollman’s duties will also include the oversight of camps and compliance, while assisting with other day-to-day duties of the program.
Rollman has accumulated extensive coaching experience since graduation from Nebraska in 2012, most recently serving as an assistant coach at Missouri State for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. He worked primarily as the Bear’s recruiting coordinator and defensive specialist coach. Rollman also served a year as the attacking positions coach, helping Missouri State to its first undefeated conference record, 18-0, in conference history.
Prior to his time at Missouri State, Rollman spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Central Michigan. He worked primarily with the Chippewas’ outside hitters and defensive specialists, helping the program to its highest conference win total in three years in 2015.
In 2014, Rollman spend the season as an assistant coach at Jacksonville University, aiding the Dolphins to the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance.
The Norfolk, Neb. native spent also served as a volunteer assistant at Creighton, Iowa and Nebraska Wesleyan.
Rollman was a four-year starter as an outside and opposite hitter for the men’s club team at Nebraska, serving as the club president his senior year and helping the team to top-10 national finished in each of his four seasons.