Associate Head Coach
Bonnie Tholl is in her 24th season with the Wolverines in 2016-17. A long-time fixture in the first base box, she has been a part of all 12 of U-M’s Women’s College World Series appearances. Tholl also coaches the outfielders — guiding nine All-Americans — and she coordinates Michigan’s recruiting efforts. During her tenure at Michigan, she has been instrumental in recruiting 58 of Michigan’s 63 All-Americans. Tholl was a four-year starter at shortstop for the Wolverines and became the first U-M student-athlete to earn four All-Big Ten first team nods. A native of Tinley Park, Ill., Tholl also holds a master’s degree in athletic administration from Indiana University.
Jennifer Brundage is in her 19th season with Michigan in 2016-17 and is the team’s primary pitching coach. She has guided U-M hurlers to 17 All-America citations during her tenure, and her pitchers have earned nine Big Ten Pitcher of the Year awards. Brundage won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, Australia, and was the leading hitter on the team. She graduated from UCLA where she won a national championship in 1992. Brundage is originally from Irvine, Calif., and earned a master’s degree in sports management from Michigan.