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Listen: Coach Clint Bryant talks career highlights on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

Clint Bryant, the former athletic director for Augusta University, retired after 34 years of service.

Bryant, one of the longest-serving leaders in intercollegiate athletics, has overseen AU’s athletic department after coaching the men’s basketball team for nine seasons. 

During his tenure, he saw men’s golf win back-to-back Division I NCAA national championships in 2010 and 2011, and Broc Everett win the men’s individual golf championship in 2018.

To commemorate Bryant’s legacy, it was announced during the ceremony that the court at Christenberry Fieldhouse will be renamed the Clint L. Bryant Court. He shares his reaction to the news on the podcast.

Listen to In the Wild on your favorite podcast app!

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