Andy Enfield

Andy Enfield (born June 8, 1969)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: SMU Mustangs
Current conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Florida Gulf Coast record: 41-28 (.594)
USC record: 220-147 (.599)
SMU record: 0-0 (.000)
Overall record: 261-175 (.599)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2024-present SMU
2013-2024 USC
2011-2013 Florida Gulf Coast
2006-2011 Florida State (asst)
1998-2000 Boston Celtics (asst)
1994-1996 Milwaukee Bucks (asst)

Andy Enfield Facts

  • Andrew William Enfield
  • Born June 8, 1969
  • Hometown: Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
  • Alma Mater: Johns Hopkins University (BS, 1991) / University of Maryland (MBA, 1993)
  • Played at Johns Hopkins under longtime head coach Bill Nelson, leaving with 18 school records
    • Inducted into the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001
  • Worked as a shooting consultant, which eventually led to shooting coach positions with the NBA’s Bucks and Celtics
    • For the two seasons he was with the Celtics (1998-2000), Enfield worked under Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino
  • Was an assistant coach for five seasons at Florida State under head coach Leonard Hamilton
  • Hired in 2011 as the head coach at Florida Gulf Coast
    • Led the Eagles to the NCAA Tournament in 2013, where they upset 2-seed Georgetown and 7-seed San Diego State to become the first 15-seed to ever participate in the Sweet Sixteen
  • Took the head coaching position at USC in April 2013
    • Led the Trojans to five NCAA Tournaments (2016-17, 2021-23), reaching the Elite Eight in 2021
    • Went 220-147 overall in eleven seasons with the Trojans, winning 21+ games eight times, and recruited/developed a number of future NBA players, including Evan Mobley, Kevin Porter Jr, Onyeka Okongwu, Jordan McLaughlin, Chimezie Metu, De’Anthony Melton, Isiah Collier and Bronny James
  • Left USC to become the new head coach at SMU in April 2024, ahead of the Mustangs’ move to the ACC

Andy Enfield Coaching Tree

  • Joey Cantens (Daytona State)
  • Michael Fly (Florida Gulf Coast)
  • Jason Hart (G League Ignite)
  • Marty Richter (USC Upstate)