After a two-year stint as the head football coach at Marietta High School, Adam Eichhorn joined the Marietta College staff in 2014. He coaches the Pioneer running backs.
Before landing a coaching job at Marietta High School, Eichhorn was the defensive coordinator at Cornell College in Iowa, where he gained experience in recruiting, game and practice planning, and film breakdown.
Eichhorn wasn’t unfamiliar with the gridiron during his playing days at Cornell College, where was a four year starter at linebacker. He also picked up many accolades from Cornell College: earning defensive rookie of the year, defensive MVP twice, and defensive team captain three times, along with being named most inspirational player three times. Eichhorn was an all conference selection in 2005, pre-season All-American in 2006 and earned Cornell College Male Athlete of the Year in 2007. He also finished fifth all-time at Cornell College in total tackles.
Marietta College is a familiar place to Eichhorn as he received a Master of Arts in Education from Marietta in 2009. While at Marietta College, Eichhorn became a resident director and was a health, physical education and a First Year Student Experience substitute professor. Prior to his time at Marietta College, Eichhorn earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business from Cornell College in 2005. He and his wife Andrea reside here in Marietta.