Sunday, September 26, 2010

Remember Andy Borman?

This comes off as if written by Andy's agent (if he has one) but it's great to learn where he is now positioned:

IMG Is Everything
How Andy Borman plans to transform IMG Academy into a hoops powerhouse.
Bryan Crawford
September 17, 2010

When Andy Borman took over as Director of Basketball at IMG Academies this past spring, there was little doubt that he was prepared for the task of turning one of America’s premier basketball training programs into an elite and competitive prep contender on the national stage.

You see, Borman knows a thing or two about coaching, development, and elite basketball programs.

Borman played basketball at Duke University (as a walk-on) and was a member of their 2001 NCAA Championship squad. While his name may not be one that you’ll remember from those Duke teams and his face may not be one that you’d recognize if he walked past you on the street, you may be more familiar with his uncle who’s pretty famous and a pretty good basketball coach in his own right, Duke Head Coach, Mike Krzyzewski.

Familial ties aside, Borman has constructed a pretty impressive list of accomplishments all his own.

He was a dual-sport athlete at Duke playing both basketball and soccer. In his collegiate career, between the two sports he’s made 7 NCAA Tournament appearances, won 4 ACC Tournament championships, 3 regular season ACC Championships, and has gone to 2 Final Fours to go with the aforementioned NCAA title in basketball.

He also holds a bachelor’s degree in History from Duke, was the Director of Player Development at Cal-Berkeley, and the Director of Basketball Operations at San Jose State University...

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