Clint Bryant Court named at Augusta University

On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20, during half time of the Augusta Jaguars’ basketball game, Augusta
University officially unveiled Christenberry Fieldhouse’s court as the Clint
L. Bryant Court.

Augusta University cheerleaders at the Nov. 20 game. Photo by Madison Keel.

Bryant, who served as the men’s basketball head coach before Dip Metress took
over, was then presented with a certificate verifying him as the Athletic Director Emeritus as
audiences cheered and gave him a standing ovation.

During his 34 years at the university, Bryant oversaw 13 athletic teams and saw various teams
win Peach Belt Conference Tournaments and compete in several NCAA Division II

Clint Bryant stands with his family and his plaque Nov. 20 at the court named after him at Augusta University. Photo by Madison Keel

In 2010 and 2011, he saw the men’s golf team won the NCAA Division I National
Championship, and he witnessed Broc Everett win the Men’s Individual Golf Championship in

The crowd stands for Clint Bryant Nov. 20. Photo by Madison Keel.

Within his position, Bryant oversaw the women’s volleyball team compete in four NCAA
Division II Southeast Tournaments and the men’s basketball team advance to the National Championship
game in Evansville, Ind. in March.

Following Bryant’s retirement, Melissa Brocato served as interim athletic director before Ryan Erlacher was named to the position in mid-October.