Adam Wardenburg was named Southern Virginia University's head men's basketball coach in May 2019.
Last season, Wardenburg led the Southern Virginia University women's basketball program to the most successful season in the program's history since joining Division III. The Knights won a record 21 games and finished runner-up at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships, the program's highest finish. He was named the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year.
Wardenburg has had success at Division I and junior college levels. Most recently he served as an assistant women’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator for four seasons at Utah Valley University. He helped lead the Wolverines to appearances in the WAC Tournament semifinals for the first two times in program history.
Before his stint at UVU, Wardenburg spent the 2013-14 season on the staff at the College of Southern Idaho where he helped the Golden Eagles to a 29-4 record, a Region 18 Tournament title, and a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament.
Prior to CSI, Wardenburg served as the Director of Basketball Operations for the women’s team at Utah State University.
Wardenburg received his bachelor’s degree in human movement science from Utah State and holds an MBA from Western Governor’s University.
The Orem, Utah native and his wife Tristan are the parents of three daughters, Blakely, Emery, and Indie.