Jeremy Schumacher was elevated to a full-time assistant coach prior to the 2018 for the Concordia Wisconsin Women's Volleyball program after three seasons as a part-time assistant. During his time with the Falcons, they have produced two Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference regular season and tournament titles, winning both with an undefeated record.
Schumacher helped coach Kaily (Moegenburg) Erdman who won the 2018 NACC Player of the Year, along with Megan Mayer who was the 2017 NACC Freshman of the Year. In addition, he has worked alongside head coach Janelle Katz who has won back-to-back NACC Coach of the Year honors.
The 2018 season featured a high-powered offense that smashed 1,429 kills, which is the second most in a season in program history. They advanced to the NACC Tournament Championship match for the third-consecutive season.
During the 2017 season, the Falcons put together a 10-match and 14-match winning streaks. They also set program single-season records for kills per set (12.8) and assists per set (11.56), while ranking second in the NACC for kills per set, hitting percentage (.207), block assists (346) and blocks per set (1.97). During the season they won 22 of their 31 matches by a 3-0 score.
His coaching efforts helped the program rank top-5 in numerous statistical categories in the NACC and rank 11th nationally in opponents hitting percentage (.099) during the 2017 season. As well, Lauren Nevinski was 19th in the country for blocks per set (1.10) and set the program and NACC career record for block assists (340).
Schumacher also coached for the WILD Volleyball Club and during his playing career, he was a middle hitter with the University of Minnesota men’s club team.
He earned a Master’s Degree in counseling psychology from Marquette University. Schumacher also completed his post-graduate studies at the Family Therapy Training Institute.