Buccaneer basketball has a storied history. Atlantic Cape has won Region XIX and GSAC Championships, and has featured NJCAA All-Americans.
Andrew Fields is in his 2nd year as Head Coach of Men’s Basketball at Atlantic Cape. As a player, Fields played for John Chaney at Cheyney University. Andrew led Cheyney to the 1978 NCAA Division II National Championship, where he was named as the Most Outstanding Player of the National Championship Tournament. He would go on to be named as the 1979 ECAC Player of the Year and was inducted into the Cheyney University Hall of Fame in 1987.
As a professional, Andrew was drafted by the Portland Trailblazers in the 2nd round of the NBA draft in 1979. He enjoyed a long professional career, with over 18 years experience in NBA, PBA and FIBA leagues. Career Highlights and Achievements. In Europe, he played for Versoix BasketClub, Basket Vlub Lugano, Bellinzona Basket Club in Switzerland, and Racing Paris Basket Club & Nantes Basket Club in France.
Andrew’s coaching experience is extensive. A protégé’ of John Chaney, he has been the Co – Director of the John Chaney/Sonny Hill Basketball Clinic as well as the Co – Director of the C. Vivian Stringer Basketball Clinic. He has also served as Head Coach at the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County ; as an Assistant Coach at Holy Spirit High School and also as an Assistant Coach of the Lancaster Storm of the USAL.
Andrew graduated from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Cheyney Pa. with a B.S. degree and lives in Atlantic City, NJ.