Hopkins all-time leading scorer Enfield named coach at Florida Gulf Coast

1991 graduate and member of the university's Athletic Hall of Fame becomes second to lead program

March 31, 2011|By From Sun staff reports

Andy Enfield, the all-time leading scorer in Johns Hopkins men's basketball history and a member of the university's Athletic Hall of Fame, was introduced as the second-ever head coach at Florida Gulf Coast on Wednesday.

A 1991 Johns Hopkins alumnus, Enfield worked the past five years as an assistant at Florida State, where recruiting and player development were chief among his responsibilities. Prior to his stint with the Seminoles, Enfield was an assistant with the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks (1994-1996) and Boston Celtics (1998-2000).

While scoring 2,025 points, Enfield led the Blue Jays to a 68-40 (.630) record and back-to-back Division III NCAA tournament appearances in 1990 and 1991. A two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American and 1991 NABC All-American, he earned a prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 1991. He still holds 18 school records, including career points (2,025), field goals made (680), 3-point field goals made (234) and free throws made (431). In addition, Enfield holds the NCAA record for career free throw percentage (.925).

He was inducted into the university's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.

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