A native of Michigan, Coach Kuchar has chosen Colorado as his home for the last few years. He grew up playing, watching, and studying football, beginning at age 5. His small town named Montague, is known for 2 things, what was once the world’s largest weathervane, and the high school football team. Making the playoffs 18 out of the last 20 years with their highest achievements coming in the form of back to back state championships in 2008 and 2009. He was an All-Conference, All-Area Wide Receiver and an All State Defensive Back.
Coach Kuchar received an athletic scholarship to continue his football career at Northwood University. After Northwood he was the wide receivers/defensive backs coach at Montague High School. He was then afforded the opportunity to coach the wide receivers at Muskegon High School, under their current head coach Shane Fairfield. The Muskegon Big Reds are the #7 ranked high school football program in terms of wins in the country, #1 in Michigan.
“I’m excited to bring my knowledge of the game and technical teaching abilities to the Commanders program. I think helping young people find themselves and become successful and productive members of society is paramount in creating a successful, winning program.”
Coach Kuchar was just recently married to his wife Gabrielle, a Labor and Delivery Nurse in Denver! They have two cats, named Smokey and Ash.