|Title:||Sports Technology Coordinator|
Andrew Neff, 24, is a 2011 graduate of Tennessee Tech who has
spent the past five seasons as Video Coordinator for the Golden
Eagle football team and six years as filmer for coach Watson
Brown's squad. After receiving his bachelor's degree in December of
2011 in Sociology, Neff transfered his knowledge to a new
position as an Athletics Department Coordinator to work with sports
technology. His duties include working with the department's video
software, webstreaming, and a variety of other technology-based
A product of nearby Livingston, he ranked second in his graduating class and was named Salutatorian of the Livingston Academy Class of 2007. His experience in team video and film began with two seasons at Livingston, including the 2005 season in which the Wildcats captured the TSSAA state title. He also played three seasons on the LA baseball team and won numerous team awards.
Andrew was home-schooled throughout his earlier academic career up until his sophomore year, when he first enrolled at Livingston Academy. In his three years at the school, he was a member of both the Beta Club and the National Honor Society.
Neff's position as Sports Technology Coordinator is a constantly evolving role as the TTU Athletics Department works to keep pace with the fast-changing business of technology being used in college athletics.