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Krampf Resigns as Muhlenberg Volleyball Coach

Krampf Resigns as Muhlenberg Volleyball Coach

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.