Coaches Podcast: A Culture of Integrity – Amy Bryant

by | May 24, 2020 | Articles about Coach Bryant, Integrity in College Athletics

Amy Bryant Fosters a Culture of Integrity

Amy Bryant is the first female in NCAA history to win the national team championship as both a coach and a player. She has been the head coach of the Emory Women’s Tennis team since 2000 and has garnered a number of impressive achievements along the way. However, what many of you probably don’t know about Amy is that she has spearheaded an Integrity Initiative which has permeated throughout the Emory athletic department.

She is joined on the podcast by Audrey Hester, Assistant AD for Student-Athlete Success & Compliance, to explain how and why they started this program, how it has developed over the last few years, and provide suggestions as to how college tennis coaches can work to infuse their own teams and athletic departments with a culture of integrity. Click here to listen.


I am Coach Amy Bryant, a 19 – time NCAA National Championship player & coach who helps high school student-athletes navigate the college search and athletics recruiting process. I believe every student-athlete is unique and requires an individualized plan to find the best college match.


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