Devyn Spielvogel has rejoined The College of Wooster staff and he's served as the men's assistant coach, beginning with the 2017 season. Spielvogel previously was a volunteer assistant with both the men's and women's programs for the 2015 season.
In between stints at Wooster, Spielvogel spent one season at conference rival Oberlin College where he served as assistant coach for the women's program.
Prior to Wooster, Spielvogel gained experience at Pennsylvania State University as an undergraduate student. He had a variety of duties with the Nittany Lions, including assisting with cataloging and coding video for the coaching staff, helping out at practice as a practice player, and assisting the team's managers. Spielvogel also has extensive camp experience, including the 2014 Seattle Sounders FC youth summer camp program.
Spielvogel holds USSF E and USSF grade 8 coaching and refereeing licenses.
Spielvogel holds a bachelor's degree in recreation, parks, and tourism management from Penn State and a master's in sport management from California University of Pennsylvania.