Amy Bryant is the first female in NCAA history to win the national team championship as both a coach and a player. She has been the head coach of the Emory Women’s Tennis team since 2000 and has garnered a number of impressive achievements along the way. However, what many of you probably don’t know about Amy is that she has spearheaded an Integrity Initiative which has permeated throughout the Emory athletic department.
She is joined on the podcast by Audrey Hester, Assistant AD for Student-Athlete Success & Compliance, to explain how and why they started this program, how it has developed over the last few years, and provide suggestions as to how college tennis coaches can work to infuse their own teams and athletic departments with a culture of integrity.
On The ITA College Tennis Coaches Podcast, Dave Mullins and his guests deliver the best and most correct tennis information through discussions. Current coaching topics, trends, guests, and some fun along the way will make this your new favorite tennis knowledge podcast. The Coaches Podcast hosts a series of discussions with current and previous coaches in the tennis industry.
Amy Bryant is the first female in NCAA history to win the national team championship as both a coach and a player. Listen in as we talk integrity with her!
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