Andy Wolfrum enters his third season as a defensive quality control coach at Louisville and his fifth season overall.
At Louisville, Wolfrum assists with the defensive backs, while preparing film breakdowns, opponent scouting reports, and practice schedules.
Prior to Louisville, Wolfrum worked in a similar capacity at Akron and West Chester. A native of from Wyomissing, Pa, Wolfrum graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he played sprint football during his four years and was captain of the team his senior year.
Over his six years of Army service as an Armor Officer, he deployed twice to Iraq in 2003 as a member of the 2-37 Armor BN, 1st BDE, 1st Armored Division, and again in 2008 after a recall to active duty following a brief stint in orthopedic device sales in Dallas, Texas.
Wolfrum comes from a football family where his father, Bob, is the head coach at Wyomissing Area High School and guided his team to its first state championship in 2012. His grandfather, Andrew, also was a head coach at George Washington High School in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wolfrum and his wife, Shannon, currently reside in Louisville.