Adam Surguine

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Video Coordinator

• Video Coordinator Adam Surguine brings a wealth of experience to the Florida State Women’s Basketball team, joining the program in October 2019.
• Just like where much of his experience lies, Surguine will assist the Seminole coaching staff and players with film breakdown, game scouting, practice planning, in-game matchups, analytics and several other duties.
• Surguine spent four successful seasons with Campbell University’s women’s basketball program, holding a variety of roles including Special Assistant to the Head Coach (2015-16), Director of Player Personnel and Video Operations (2016-18) and Director of Scouting and Basketball Technology (2018-19).
• In his most recent role with the Camels, Surguine was responsible for developing, creating and preparing scouting reports and other materials. He assisted with in-game adjustments and operated a variety of software including Synergy, Homecourt, Photoshop and different analytics programs.
• The 2018-19 Campbell team finished as the runner-up in the Big South Conference Tournament and reached the semifinals of the WBI.
• Surguine helped the Camels to a second-place regular season finish in 2017, helping with game preparation by creating and editing practice and game footage. He had a myriad of other duties as well, including campus recruiting, directing camps, supervising the team’s managers and practice schedule coordination.
• He spent the 2014-15 season with Mount St. Mary’s University as the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations. During his stint there, he coordinated and scheduled all team travel and handled the team’s film exchange.
• Surguine was an assistant coach at his Alma Mater, Lancaster Bible College, from 2010-14. He helped the school to two National Tournament appearances, two regular-season titles (2013, 2014) and a conference tournament championship in 2013.
• In 2010, he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Sports Management at Lancaster Bible College. In 2017, Surguine earned his Master’s of Business Administration at Campbell.
• He is married to his wife, Amanda. The two welcomed a son, Otto, in May 2018.