Brammer Named USF Women’s Basketball Head Video Coordinator

USF head women’s basketball coach Jose Fernandez has announced the hiring of Anthony Brammer as the program’s head video coordinator. Brammer will be responsible for the video breakdown, self-scout and opponent scouts, along with the team’s video exchange. In addition, he is also responsible for the Enhancing U and community outreach programs for the team and oversees the managerial staff and male practice players, among other duties.

“Coach Fernandez is someone that I have had the opportunity to build a relationship with over the years and I greatly respect all he has built here,” said Brammer. “I couldn’t be more excited to be back at USF and hit the ground running to contribute to this program and continue to grow and learn from him and his staff.”

“I was very impressed with Anthony when he was here as part of Stan Heath‘s staff,” said Fernandez. “I think he’s exactly what we were looking for when this position came open. I’m extremely excited about him joining our staff and his future in women’s basketball.”

This marks Brammer’s second stint in the USF athletics department. From 2010-14, he served as video coordinator for the Bulls’ men’s basketball program under former head coach Stan Heath. That role consisted of assisting the coaching staff with each of the opponent scouting reports, coordinating game film break down and editing for self-scouting and evaluation along with handling the film exchange and creating the video playbook.

Additionally, Brammer was the director of the Stan Heath Basketball Camps and was also in charge of overseeing the team’s equipment budget.

Brammer returns to USF after serving as a technical support representative with Synergy Sports Technology from 2015-19, when he trained clients on all of Synergy’s products and features. Synergy is the global provider of data, analytics and tools that coaches and general managers rely upon to evaluate players, create scouting reports and build game plans. Each year, Synergy dissects and analyzes virtually every basketball game played worldwide above the high school level – accounting for over 50,000 games per year.

A native of Yorktown, Va., Brammer also served as an assistant coach at Lecanto High School in Lecanto, Fla., from 2015-17, when he assisted with on and off the court practices and development, workouts and team building exercises.

Brammer received his Bachelor of Science degree in sport management in 2008 from Old Dominion University (ODU), in Norfolk, Va., where he was a member and treasurer of the Sport Management Association.  He went on to earn a Master of Science degree in sport management from ODU in 2010.