Drew Markowitzenters his third season as the video coordinator for the University of Michigan women's basketball team in 2014-15, joining the Wolverines when head coach Kim Barnes Arico was hired prior to the 2012-13 season.
Markowitz joined the Wolverines from the University of Virginia, where he served as the graduate assistant for women's basketball. Markowitz supported the coaches with player development, recruiting and practices, as well as assisting and specializing in post player development. He also assisted the director of operations with team travel, meal coordination, scheduling and summer camps while also supporting the video coordinator with film exchange, game editing, recording, and live game coding. He was responsible for reviewing and grading tapes of potential recruits, coordinating and designing the camp website and live coding all plays and outcomes during games.
From September 2010 to July 2011, Markowitz served as the video assistant of women's basketball at the University of Florida, where he organized and managed all film exchange and assisted in live coding of games and in filming of the games and practices. He was also involved in coaching at the Billy Donovan Basketball Camp and the Amanda Butler Basketball Camp while at the University of Florida and the Joanne P. McCallie Basketball Camp at Duke University.
Markowitz received his degree in business from Virginia Tech in July 2009 and his master's in sport management from the University of Florida in May 2012.
Big Ten Releases Breakdown for 2017 Conference Schedule
From the Archives: Were Women on the Court Before Men?
Ristovski Tabbed NSCA All-American Athlete
Future Friday: Q&A with Cyesha Goree
Maize & Blue to Face Georgia Tech in Big Ten/ACC Challenge
Season Review: 2015-16 Michigan Women's Basketball
U-M to Offer Four Summer Camps