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Star Coach Andy Enfield To Speak At LCT Leadership Summit

Posted on March 27, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. -- LCT Magazine has secured basketball coach and business technology entrepreneur Andy Enfield as a keynote speaker during the 2013 LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach June 9-11.

Enfield, the basketball coach of this year's Cinderella team, the Eagles of Florida Gulf Coast University, will speak at the Summit leadership luncheon on June 10 at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach.

In Enfield's first two seasons as the Eagles' head coach, he led the newly-eligible FGCU to the Atlantic Sun Conference title game, losing in 2012, but winning in 2013 for their first NCAA Division I appearance. The 2012-2013 team later became known for pulling one of the biggest upsets in NCAA history, being just the seventh 15 seed to defeat a 2 seed, beating Georgetown University 78-68. He then became the first head coach to lead a 15 seed to the Sweet 16, with an 81-71 upset of San Diego State.

Related articles and videos of Andy Enfield:

Business Insider profile

ESPN commentary and video

FGCU Eagles website

Wikipedia biography

Source: LCT Magazine

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