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BLAIR ESTARFAA has joined the Syracuse women’s basketball staff as the program’s video coordinator. He comes from the University at Buffalo, where he spent the previous two seasons as an assistant coach on Felisha Legette-Jack’s staff at Buffalo and served as the program’s director of basketball operations the previous year. Estarfaa brings over a half-decade of coaching experience at the NCAA Division I, II, and III levels with him to Syracuse to join Legette-Jack’s Orange staff. A four-year letterwinner on the men’s basketball team at SUNY Cortland, Estarfaa helped guide the Red Dragons to the 2016 SUNYAC Championship. As a senior, he was part of the Cortland squad that reached the second round of the Division III NCAA Tournament. Estarfaa began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Alfred University, after graduating from Cortland in 2016. From 2017-19 Estarfaa was an assistant coach and JV head coach at Daemen College in Buffalo, where he helped guide the Wildcats to a 46-14 record in his two seasons on the sidelines. He made the move to women’s basketball in July 2019 as the director of operations at Buffalo, where he managed the team’s budget, coordinated the program’s daily schedule, organized team travel and meals, and supervised the video coordinator. Additionally, as the team’s director of operations Estarfaa oversaw Legette-Jack’s schedule and helped coordinate appearances, was the team’s compliance liaison, and helped organize community outreach and fundraising opportunities. In 2020, Estarfaa made the move to assistant coach within the Bulls’ program. Buffalo posted a 40-18 record over the two seasons he served as an assistant coach, which included the 2022 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championship and a trip to the 2022 NCAA Tournament. Estarfaa earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and sport studies from SUNY Cortland in 2016.                 

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