|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
|College:||Coastal Carolina, 2007|
Adam Vrable is in his second season at The Citadel, serving as the hitting coach while working with the outfielders.
A 2007 graduate of Coastal Carolina, Vrable came to the Bulldogs from Furman where he was the outfielders, base running and hitting coach for the Paladins in 2011. Before that he was an instructor at the Coastal Baseball Academy in Myrtle Beach for three years while also directing travel teams and coaching in the Upstate Maverick Organization.
Vrable was a two-time all-state infielder at Bay City Central (Mich.) High School and spent one season at Grand Rapids Community College, helping his team win the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II national title.
He then transferred to Coastal Carolina and played three seasons for the Chanticleers. He helped Coastal win a pair of Big South Conference championships and claim No. 1 seeds in both the 2005 and 2007 NCAA Regionals, the latter of which was hosted by the Chants.
Vrable had his best season in 2006 when he led the team with a .324 batting average while starting all 57 games. He had six hits in three Big South tournament games and was named to the all-tournament squad. He finished his career with a batting average of .296 to go along with 21 doubles, 83 runs, 63 RBI and 32 stolen bases.
In addition to his work at the plate, Vrable also set a Coastal record for for putouts and assists in a season by a second baseman.
Vrable is married the former Renee Rasmer.