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Horace Broadnax

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Sport(s)  Men's basketball
1992–1993  Florida A&M (asst.)
Education  Georgetown University
Position(s)  Point guard
Spouse  Tammy Broadnax
1982–1986  Georgetown
Role  Basketball Coach
Title  Head coach
Name  Horace Broadnax

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Born  March 22, 1964 (age 51) Plant City, Florida (1964-03-22)
1993–1994  Bethune-Cookman (asst.)
Team  Savannah State Tigers basketball
Conference  Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Children  Randall Trent Broadnax, Horace Kaleb Broadnax
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Horace Randall Broadnax (born (1964-03-22)March 22, 1964) is an American college basketball coach. He is currently the head men's basketball coach at Savannah State University. He was born in Plant City, Florida.


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Playing career

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After graduating from Plant City High School in his native Plant City, Florida, Broadnax played college basketball at Georgetown University and was a member of the 1984 NCAA Division I men's national championship team. During his four years as a member of the Hoyas the team compiled a 115-24 record. He was also a member of the 1985 NCAA Division I men's national championship runner-up team.

Assistant coaching positions

Broadnax began his coaching career in 1992 as an assistant at Florida A&M. In the 1993–94 season, he was an assistant at Bethune-Cookman. The following season, he was video coordinator at Florida.

Valencia Community College

As head coach for Valencia Community College (1995–1997) Broadnax compiled a 29–31 record including the school's first 20 win season in the 1996–1997 season.


Returning to Bethune-Cookman in 1997 as head coach, Broadnax was twice selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Coach of the Year (1999 and 2000). On February 1, 2002, with Bethune-Cookman at 6–12 (3–7 MEAC), Broadnax resigned as head coach to resume his legal career. Assistant coach Clifford Reed became interim head coach and was promoted to long-term head coach after the season.

Savannah State University

Broadnax became the men's head basketball coach in 2005. In his sixth year as the head coach of the Tigers, he was named the MEAC Coach of the Year as he guided his team to a 14-2 conference record and their first MEAC regular season title. Savannah State posted a 21-10 overall mark and lead the MEAC in scoring defense, only allowing 58.9 points per game and were second in the conference in scoring margin (+5.4).

Non-coaching career

Broadnax became a member of the Florida Bar in 1993 after obtaining his law degree from Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Florida in 1991 and was a law partner at an Orlando law firm. He is currently listed as an attorney with the Law Office of Joseph Williams in Plant City, Florida.


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