Joe Fagan

Former Soccer Star, Now Soccer Fan

June 04, 2019

Yanni Hufnagel’s Positive Impact on Basketball Teams

Yanni Hufnagel was born in the year 1982. He was previously a coach for an American Basketball team. He has also been a deputy coach for various other teams such as Eric Musselman, Harvard Crimson and also California Golden Bears. He attended the Pennsylvania State University for some period of time before he finally made a decision to get a transfer to the Cornell University. At his second school, Yanni Hufnagel pursued a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and labor Relations. After his graduation, he worked as an intern at a company by the name New Jersey Nets. After the completion of his internship, he got lucky to earn a job at the University of Oklahoma as a deputy coach for the Sooners Men’s basketball team. While still serving at his position, Yanni Hufnagel went ahead and earned his masters in Athletics Administration from the same university. He has hence forth been a good coach for very many basketball teams, reports by

Yanni Hufnagel is said to be currently residing in the Boston region with a good job and earning a good salary that is expected to make him wealthier. He is the assistant basketball coach at Harvard. Ever since he became part of the team, a very huge improvement in its performance has been noted. For the very first time, the team carried the Ivy League trophy and had its coach ranked as the top most coach in the country.

During his days at Cornell University, Yanni Hufnagel served as a basketball manager. One of Oklahoma’s best players by the name Blake describes Yanni as hardworking and also very sincere. Taylor, who is a brother to Blake, also showers praises to Yanni by stating that he was always available to provide for them anything that they required. Yanni’s wide experience and knowledge in basketball give him a choice to work at any position in the profession. Yanni has proven to be competent, and his age is considered to be right for his work. Yanni Hufnagel says that he has an objective of persuading the high school students with interest in basketball.