Kenneth Kuzmuk, BS

Kenny Kuzmuk

B.S., Western New England University

Bio:

Kenny Kuzmuk (pronounced Kuz-mick) enters his second season, first season as the linebackers coach, here at Methodist University.

During the Spring 2021 season, he was the coach of the cornerbacks that helped guide the Monarchs to a 4-1 record and were the USA South Athletic Conference runner-up team. His group was second in the conference by only allowing 175.2 passing yards per game. He also mentored freshman cornerback JK Lee to an all-conference selection.

Prior to his time at Methodist, he was the coach of the Defensive Backs at Alfred State College in 2020, where there was no season due to the pandemic.

Kuzmuk began his coaching career in 2018 at Juniata College, where he was in charge of the defensive backs. In 2019, Kuzmuk coached the Centennial Conference Interception leader Marson Weh, in his freshman season.

A native of North Arlington, NJ, Kuzmuk graduated from Western New England University in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management and a minor in Athletic Coaching. While there he was a member of the Golden Bears football team from 2014-17, where he played multiple positions on both offense & defense. During that time span, the team compiled a 37-7 record, claimed three Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championships, and hosted a 2016 NCAA playoff game, which was the first in school history.