William Andrews, Jr., is a native of Ghana, West Africa whose family imigrated to the U.S. in the 1990s. As an athlete at Dyersburg High School, he excelled in leadership and many sports.
Football: 4yr letter, All Region, All District Honors
Wrestling: Captain, 4yr letter, All Region, 3 Time State Qualifier
Soccer: 2yr letter, All District, All Conference
William then went on to become a member of the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagle football team for two years. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Management of Information Systems in 2005 from Tennessee Tech University as well. He is currently working on his Master’s Degree with a concentration in Exercise Science and several certifications from the International Sports Science Association (ISSA).
William has worked with many transitional collegiate athletes to professional levels, middle and high schools, various sport programs and teams on all levels of competition since 2003. He also worked as a Strength & Conditioning Coordinator at Tennessee Tech University from 2003-2006. At TTU, he developed, implemented, and facilitated all in-season and off season training programs for Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Football and Softball. Men & Women's basketball won an OVC title and the Softball team won two Ohio Valley Conference titles and NCAA tournament births during the time that William was working with these teams.
William now continues to work with teams and athletes on all levels in developing athletes throught the state of Tennessee. He served as a volunteer assistant track coach for Sequatchie County High School from 2008 - 2011 and was instrumental in the development of Hunter Lewis, as the brought the first individual state championship the school.
Tennessee Tech University:
Upperman High School:
Boy’s & Girl’s Basketball
Monterey High School:
Conerstone Middle School:
Livingston Middle School:
Competition Cheerleading Squads
Sequatchie County High School:
Willie Jenkins, Pro Basketball - Europe
Frank Omiyale, NFL Seattle Seahawks
Anthony Fisher, Pro Basketball (Europe)
Melanie Doi, Tennessee Titan Cheerleader (‘08,’09)
Hunter Lewis, Football: Independence Junior College. 2011 TSSAA A-AA STATE CHAMPION: Triple Jump
K. Novak, Swimmer: FGCU
T. Fields, Football: Tenn Tech Univ
E. Helton, Basketball: UT Chattanooga
K. Green, Volleyball: David Libscomb Univ.
B. Jones, Softball: MTSU
C. Large, Baseball: Hiwassee
C. Reeder, Baseball: Roane State