Madison Academy has hired UNA men’s basketball assistant mentor Tom Berryman to exchange Andy Blackston as the Mustangs’ boys’ basketball head coach.
In a release from the school, athletic director Mark Mincher said, “Coach Berryman delivers a prosperity of basketball coaching working experience to our basketball program, but much more importantly, his eyesight aligns perfectly with the mission of Madison Academy.”
Berryman worked three seasons for UNA, coming to the Florence university from Southeast Missouri State. He also worked at the College of Charleston and as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, the University of Alabama.
“The Madison Academy application has a loaded history of successful championships and serving to put together players to perform collegiately,” Berryman claimed. “Our staff and gamers will get the job done diligently to assure that we keep on to characterize the system in a initially-course fashion.”
Blackston coached the Mustangs to 5 condition championships and 11 in general journeys to the AHSAA last 4 in his 16 years at the school. Blackston left Madison Academy to become head coach at Nashville’s Brentwood Academy.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the Madison Academy local community,” Berryman reported in the launch. “MA strives to enable all of our pupils expand mentally, bodily and spiritually. I glimpse forward to operating with the rest of the school and team to support satisfy this mission.”
Berryman is a Florence native who coached at Northridge, Holt and IMG Academy just before likely to UA as a graduate assistant in 2010.