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By Tim Casey, For The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2013
After accepting the head coaching position at Florida Gulf Coast University in March 2011, Andy Enfield called his parents, Bill and Barbara, both of whom had seen their son achieve academic, business and athletic successes in high-profile places. Had they ever heard of the school? "No," Bill said. "No," Barbara said. "I mean, it's so new. " Now, though, sports fans are becoming familiar with a college located in Fort Myers, Fla., that enrolled its first student in 1997 and didn't begin playing Division I basketball until 2007.
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Sports Digest | August 27, 2013
College basketball Former Terp Howard gets OK to play at USC Southern California has added senior point guard Pe'Shon Howard , a transfer from Maryland, to its 2013-14 men's basketball roster, coach Andy Enfield announced Monday. Howard, a Los Angeles native, was given a legislative-relief waiver to be able to return home to be closer to his ailing grandmother. "We are happy that Pe'Shon will be able to spend time with his grandmother who helped raise him here in Los Angeles," said Enfield, a former Johns Hopkins star.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2013
The Cinderella team of this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament hails from Florida, but its coaches have Maryland roots. Andy Enfield set scoring records at Johns Hopkins before he became head coach at Florida Gulf Coast, the darling of the tournament. His assistant, Kevin "Stink" Norris, grew up in East Baltimore and starred at Lake Clifton. Together, they've put a local face on an upstart team that breaks new ground with every win. The Eagles are the first 15 t h seed in tourney history to make the Sweet 16, and an upset of No. 3 Florida on Friday night would carry Florida Gulf Coast further still.
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April 2, 2013
He has credentials David Teel Daily Press USC is not bereft of basketball tradition and potential. Five coaches have guided the Trojans to multiple NCAA tournaments, most recently Henry Bibby and Tim Floyd (three each). Bibby had USC within a game of the 2001 Final Four before losing to eventual national champion Duke. So if Andy Enfield is as good as advertised, the Trojans should be perennial contenders in the Pacific-12, which has produced all of two national champions (UCLA 1995, Arizona '97)
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April 2, 2013
He has credentials David Teel Daily Press USC is not bereft of basketball tradition and potential. Five coaches have guided the Trojans to multiple NCAA tournaments, most recently Henry Bibby and Tim Floyd (three each). Bibby had USC within a game of the 2001 Final Four before losing to eventual national champion Duke. So if Andy Enfield is as good as advertised, the Trojans should be perennial contenders in the Pacific-12, which has produced all of two national champions (UCLA 1995, Arizona '97)
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By From Sun staff reports | March 31, 2011
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)
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By Jeff Barker | jeff.barker@baltsun.com | March 11, 2010
It's quite a short list of Johns Hopkins basketball players who have gone on to coach at Division I college basketball schools in the past 25 years. It's such a small list, in fact, that Florida State assistant coach Andy Enfield -- a prodigious college shooter who is the only player to score more than 2,000 career points at Hopkins -- commands half of the list all by himself. Mike Blaine, a UMES assistant, is the other occupant. "Not a lot of guys that played there went into coaching," said Enfield, who helped lead the Seminoles to 25 wins last season, tied for second-most in school history, and 22 this season.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2011
As a fledgling coach fresh out of graduate school at Maryland, Andy Enfield worked with Keith Booth at Cole Field House on his 3-point shooting right before the former Terps star was drafted in the first round by the Chicago Bulls in 1997. As an assistant coach the past five years at Florida State, Enfield returned here for games with the Seminoles. It will be a little different Friday night when Enfield, who starred at Johns Hopkins from 1987 through 1991 and remains the school's all-time scoring leader, brings his own team — Florida Gulf Coast — to Comcast Center to play the Terps . But Enfield will not be the only member of Florida Gulf Coast's traveling party with local ties.
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Sports Digest | August 27, 2013
College basketball Former Terp Howard gets OK to play at USC Southern California has added senior point guard Pe'Shon Howard , a transfer from Maryland, to its 2013-14 men's basketball roster, coach Andy Enfield announced Monday. Howard, a Los Angeles native, was given a legislative-relief waiver to be able to return home to be closer to his ailing grandmother. "We are happy that Pe'Shon will be able to spend time with his grandmother who helped raise him here in Los Angeles," said Enfield, a former Johns Hopkins star.
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March 4, 1991
Even though Johns Hopkins couldn't get past Franklin & Marshall in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs over the weekend, the Blue Jays' Andy Enfield capped off his career with a game to remember.Enfield scored 22 points in the 65-56 loss in Lancaster, Pa., ending his career with 2,024 points. He also went 5-for-5 from the foul line, giving him the all-time single-season percentage lead for all divisions of the NCAA. He finished 120-for-126 (95.2 percent).Enfield was the only player in double figures for Hopkins (19-10)
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2013
The Cinderella team of this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament hails from Florida, but its coaches have Maryland roots. Andy Enfield set scoring records at Johns Hopkins before he became head coach at Florida Gulf Coast, the darling of the tournament. His assistant, Kevin "Stink" Norris, grew up in East Baltimore and starred at Lake Clifton. Together, they've put a local face on an upstart team that breaks new ground with every win. The Eagles are the first 15 t h seed in tourney history to make the Sweet 16, and an upset of No. 3 Florida on Friday night would carry Florida Gulf Coast further still.
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By Tim Casey, For The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2013
After accepting the head coaching position at Florida Gulf Coast University in March 2011, Andy Enfield called his parents, Bill and Barbara, both of whom had seen their son achieve academic, business and athletic successes in high-profile places. Had they ever heard of the school? "No," Bill said. "No," Barbara said. "I mean, it's so new. " Now, though, sports fans are becoming familiar with a college located in Fort Myers, Fla., that enrolled its first student in 1997 and didn't begin playing Division I basketball until 2007.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2011
As a fledgling coach fresh out of graduate school at Maryland, Andy Enfield worked with Keith Booth at Cole Field House on his 3-point shooting right before the former Terps star was drafted in the first round by the Chicago Bulls in 1997. As an assistant coach the past five years at Florida State, Enfield returned here for games with the Seminoles. It will be a little different Friday night when Enfield, who starred at Johns Hopkins from 1987 through 1991 and remains the school's all-time scoring leader, brings his own team — Florida Gulf Coast — to Comcast Center to play the Terps . But Enfield will not be the only member of Florida Gulf Coast's traveling party with local ties.
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By From Sun staff reports | March 31, 2011
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)
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By Jeff Barker | jeff.barker@baltsun.com | March 11, 2010
It's quite a short list of Johns Hopkins basketball players who have gone on to coach at Division I college basketball schools in the past 25 years. It's such a small list, in fact, that Florida State assistant coach Andy Enfield -- a prodigious college shooter who is the only player to score more than 2,000 career points at Hopkins -- commands half of the list all by himself. Mike Blaine, a UMES assistant, is the other occupant. "Not a lot of guys that played there went into coaching," said Enfield, who helped lead the Seminoles to 25 wins last season, tied for second-most in school history, and 22 this season.
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April 27, 1993
Buzz Braman to hold campHoward County hoopsters between the ages of 11 and 18 are urged to sign up now for the fourth annual "Buzz Braman Sure Shot Basketball Camp" which will be held July 5-9 at Centennial High School.Mr. Braman, who is the shooting coach of the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association, has made 738 consecutive free throws and 246 of 250 shots from the collegiate three-point line.Campers will also learn the art of shooting from Andy Enfield, a former Johns Hopkins All-American who made 92.5 percent of his free throws during his college career.
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March 8, 1991
Matt Roe has become the first Maryland player to make the GTE Academic All-America first team since Tom McMillen did it three straight seasons, ending in 1974. Roe was named to the university division first team, and Johns Hopkins guard Andy Enfield was named to the college division first team.Roe, who transferred to Maryland after three years at Syracuse, averaged 17.8 points as a shooting guard for the Terps this season. He has a 3.5 grade-point average as a radio-television-film major.
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