Release courtesy of Muhlenberg Athletic Communications
After three years as head volleyball coach at Muhlenberg, Amanda Krampf is resigning to pursue a career change.
"My time at Muhlenberg is something that I will cherish forever," she said. "From the moment I stepped onto campus for my interview, I knew that this community was special. Every player that I had the privilege to coach has left a lasting impression on me. They inspired me every day. I have loved watching them grow on and off the court.
"While the decision to leave and change careers was one of the hardest decisions I have made, I look forward to following the young women and their athletic careers! I know that the program will continue to succeed for years to come!"
In two seasons (the 2020 campaign was lost to Covid), Krampf coached the Mules to a 31-22 record for a .585 winning percentage, which is third on the program's all-time list. The 2018 team won the Buttermaker Tournament, qualified for the Centennial Conference playoffs and received votes in the national Division III poll.
Krampf, a 2010 graduate of Gettysburg College who came to Muhlenberg after four years at Kenyon College, coached two all-region players, including the program's all-time assists leader. During her tenure, two Mules reached the 1,000-kill milestone and two others surpassed 1,000 digs.
Muhlenberg will conduct a national search for Krampf's replacement. The Mule volleyball program has reached double digits in victories in 28 of the last 29 seasons, including 12 20-win campaigns, and advanced to the CC championship match twice in the last decade.