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Adam Stenavich
Assistant Offensive Line

BIOGRAPHY

Adam Stenavich enters his first season as the 49ers assistant offensive line coach. He joins San Francisco after serving as the offensive line coach at San Jose State University for the previous two seasons (2015-16).

In 2016, San Jose State averaged 155.1 rushing yards per game and finished with 16 touchdowns on the ground. During his first season of 2015 with the Spartans, San Jose State rushed for 2,378 yards and 24 touchdowns and added 2,882 passing yards and 21 touchdowns, becoming the second team in Spartans history to register 2,000-or-more yards rushing with more than 20 touchdowns and throw for 2,000-or-more yards and at least 20 touchdowns (1976). T Wes Schweitzer earned Second-Team All-Mountain West honors and was later selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the sixth round (195th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. T Nate Velichko was named All-Mountain West Honorable Mention after starting every game at right tackle after spending the 2014 season at right guard.

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Adam Stenavich enters his first season as the 49ers assistant offensive line coach. He joins San Francisco after serving as the offensive line coach at San Jose State University for the previous two seasons (2015-16).

In 2016, San Jose State averaged 155.1 rushing yards per game and finished with 16 touchdowns on the ground. During his first season of 2015 with the Spartans, San Jose State rushed for 2,378 yards and 24 touchdowns and added 2,882 passing yards and 21 touchdowns, becoming the second team in Spartans history to register 2,000-or-more yards rushing with more than 20 touchdowns and throw for 2,000-or-more yards and at least 20 touchdowns (1976). T Wes Schweitzer earned Second-Team All-Mountain West honors and was later selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the sixth round (195th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. T Nate Velichko was named All-Mountain West Honorable Mention after starting every game at right tackle after spending the 2014 season at right guard.

Stenavich joined San Jose State after spending the 2014 season as the offensive line coach at Northern Arizona University. That season, Northern Arizona was one of the top offensive programs in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), ranking 16th in passing offense and 34th in total offense. He began his coaching career as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of Michigan for two years (2012-13) after spending the 2011 season as a strength and conditioning intern for the Wolverines.

A former left tackle at Michigan (2001-05), Stenavich finished his career earning First-Team All-Big Ten honors twice with the Wolverines (2004-05). As a senior in 2005, he was awarded the Hugh R. Rader Jr. award as Michigan’s top offensive lineman. Following his collegiate career, Stenavich signed with the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted rookie free agent. He signed to the Green Bay Packers practice squad in 2006, and in 2007, Stenavich played for the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europa. He spent the 2008 training camp with the Dallas Cowboys and spent two seasons (2009-10) on the Houston Texans practice squad.

A native of Marshfield, WI, Stenavich earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan in history. He and his wife Katie are the parents of three children: daughters, Hadley and Maggie, and son, Tim.

 

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