Former University of Florida Women's coach Andy Brandi sits down to discuss his experiences with recruiting as well as what junior players should be doing right now to get ahead. Brandi coached at UF for 17 years and holds an amazing record of 460-43. He was the fastest coach to reach the 400 career win mark, doing so in just 435 matches. Brandi has 14 national indoor championships and 3 NCAA championships under his belt with the Gators. He is now a coach at the Harold Solomon institute in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
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