T.J. Wolf joined the University of Cincinnati men's basketball program in August 2013 as video coordinator and was elevated to director of student-athlete development in August 2016.
Wolf came to Cincinnati from Martinsville High School in Martinsville, Ind., where he served as the assistant varsity coach since 2007. Among his duties, Wolf edited film, coordinated daily practices, prepared scouting reports and conducted individual workouts. He also served as an academic supervisor, summer league coach and summer camp director.
During Wolf's stay at Martinsville, the varsity team won a pair of Mid-State Conference championships (2011 and 2012) and sectional championships (2010 and 2013).
Wolf was also a standout point guard for the Artesians from 1998-2002, finishing his career as the school's all-time assist leader and was second in scoring. He helped Martinsville win the sectional championship in 2002 while being named an all-state selection. He was a four time all-conference and all-sectional honoree and two-time Metro West Player of the Year award winner.
Collegiately, Wolf played three seasons at Murray State University (2004-06) under the direction of current UC head coach Mick Cronin. Wolf helped the Racers to an Ohio Valley Conference regular-season crown in 2006 and conference tournament titles and NCAA tournament appearances in 2004 and 2006.
Wolf earned his undergraduate degree from Murray State in 2007 and received a Master's degree from American College of Education (Indianapolis, Ind.) in January 2013.