Brandon Love
Brandon Love
Phone: 209-946-7303
Email: blove@pacific.edu
Year: 2nd Season at Pacific in 2018-19
Previous College: Vanderbilt (2011)
Position: Video Coordinator

Brandon Love was named Pacific's Video coordinator prior to the 2017-18 season

Love joins the Tigers from NWA Grassroots Basketball, where he was a Player Development Specialist that helped train numerous Division I men's and women's players, including Charlotte Hornets First round pick Malik Monk.  He spent parts of three years with NWA Grassroots Basketball, an organization he joined after a season as an assistant coach with Rhodes College.

"I'm excited to have Brandon join the Pacific Women's Basketball family," Davis said. "Brandon's knowledge, enthusiasm and determination stood out throughout the hiring process.  His experience with game film and  player development will make him a great addition to our program.  I'm sure he'll be able to hit the ground running here at Pacific this summer."

"Coach Davis is building something special here and I am honored to be a part of it," Love said. "This is truly an exciting time to be at the University of the Pacific and I feel like the best is yet to come. I could not be more enthusiastic joining the Pacific program, its people and Stockton."

In 2012-2013 at Rhodes, Love helped the Lynx to the Southern Athletic Association regular season championship, and a conference tournament title, leading to the program's first-ever NCAA tournament bid. He was involved in all aspects of the program, from recruiting, game scouting and fundraising.

Prior to his assistant coach stint at Rhodes, Love was a student manager for three years with the Vanderbilt women's basketball program, ascending to the head manager position.
During his time at his alma mater, Vanderbilt won the SEC, and made three consecutive NCAA tournaments, including the Commodores' 2009 Sweet 16 run.

Love graduated from Vanderbilt in 2011 with a Bachelor's of Arts in African American Diaspora Studies, and completed his Master of Arts in Teaching at the University of Arkansas at Monticello in 2017.

He will aid the Pacific program in all aspects of video, including pre-game scouting, post-game assessment, and all other program video. Love will also assist in the planning of individual player development.