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Brian Hoff

Brian Hoff recently completed his third season as Head Coach at Windermere Preparatory School, one of the top programs in the state of Florida. The Lakers have been ranked in the Top 40 in all classifications in each of the past two seasons. In 2020-21 Hoff won his second consecutive FACA District Coach of the Year award.

Before WPS, Hoff spent six seasons as the Associate Head Coach at Providence School. In his six seasons, the Stallions made four State Finals appearances and won two State Championships. With Hoff on staff, the Stallions won 157 games with 28 losses. The Stallions were ranked in the top 25 nationally in two of Hoff’s six seasons. Hoff has been mentored by Providence Head Coach Jim Martin who has won four Florida coach of the year awards.

Hoff was instrumental in the development of numerous student-athletes that signed scholarships to play college basketball, including All-American Grayson Allen (Duke), Wyatt Walker (N.C. State), LaDarien Griffin (St. Bonaventure), Zackery Bryant (UAB), Christian Terrell (FGCU), Osborn Blount (UNF), Jason Burnell (Jacksonville State), and Kyle Marion (US Naval Academy). Hoff coached 23 college signees in total at Providence over six seasons.

In 2017, Hoff was selected as an Assistant Coach for the East team in the prestigious McDonald’s All-American Game.

Coach Hoff was also a lead skill trainer at the Jacksonville Basketball Academy (JBA) where he worked with professional, college, and high school basketball players in addition to youth players. The JBA is the largest youth basketball training program in Florida.

Before Providence, Coach Hoff worked in the Oklahoma State University athletics department and in the basketball operations department with the Phoenix Suns under current Suns Assistant GM Trevor Bukstein. With the Suns, he provided statistical analysis to the Phoenix Suns front office to assist with roster moves and in-game strategy.

Hoff was the captain of a state championship team in high school (Arlington Country Day ’05) before playing at Florida State University from 2005-2009. At FSU, he was one of the building blocks of the Seminole program who helped return it to national prominence. He played as a member of four consecutive post season tournament teams and was a team captain during his senior season. Hoff helped lead Florida State to the NCAA Tournament in 2009 and the NIT in 2006, 2007 and 2008 to mark the first time in school history the Seminoles have played in four consecutive post-season tournaments.

After FSU, he completed his Master of Business Administration and Master of Sport Business Management from the DeVos Sport Business Management program at University of Central Florida. There, he worked for Dr. Richard Lapchick as a Graduate Assistant for The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport.

Hoff and his wife, Amy, have two children, Andrew (5) and Henry (3).