Amanda Marcum PHOTOS: Wife of FGCU Coach Andy Enfield is a Hot & Sexy Maxim, Elle, Vogue, Victoria Secret Model
March Madness is here and Amanda Marcum Enfield, the wife of the once unknown coach of Florida Gulf Coast University is making headlines this week.
Andy Enfield is a young basketball coach with high credentials- his wife is a stunning and hot model whose beauty has featured her on the pages of Maxim Magazine. Among covering one of the most sexist magazines, she has graced the pages of Elle and Vogue and in ads for Victoria Secret and more.
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In only his second year coaching, Andy was able to lead his team to the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament, nabbing a No. 15 seed and will play Georgetown University Friday.
Andy and Amanda have a two-year-old son together. He admitted that he was recruited by FGCU via phone from his wife's bedside before she gave birth to their son.
"I didn't even know the nurse was in the room," Enfiled said. "I'm rolling. And I didn't know anything about FGCU. Then my wife says, 'Can you please be quiet?" Andy said.
Having worked under Mike Dunleavy, Rick Pitino and Leonard Hamilton, Andy is attempting to take his past experiences to help his team improve their shooting on the court.
Early in his coaching career he was hired by Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Dunleavy Sr. as a shot doctor to work with Bucks players, both as jump shooters and free-throw shooters.
Unfortunately for FGCU, the team isn't shooting as well. The Eagles are making 67.7% of their free throws, and is tied for 223rd among NCAA Division I schools.
The best free-throwing team in Division I is Davidson, Marquette's first-round opponent. Davidson makes 80.1% of their free throws.
Amanda will be most likely be cheering for her husband because it turns out she is a huge basketball fan. According to reports, she and Andy met while catching a ride with him to a NCAA tournament game in Boston in March of 2003.
"We had lots of things in common - especially sports - and we talked and talked about that," Amanda told the Naples Daily News in April 2011, shortly after Enfield was hired away from Florida State by FGCU. "I thought he was really funny and very confident. And I'm a sucker for sports guys, obviously."
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