Game Plan Adds New Team Members

Game Plan continues to grow by adding in two new team members! These new hires will work side by side with Game Plan partners to implement content and engage with student-athletes at scale. Further cementing the Game Plan platform as the go to place for the education, engagement and hiring of athletes.

Vincent Eze comes to Game Plan from University of Connecticut Compliance where he provided administrative support for the office, served as the NIL specialist for the department and student-athletes(SA’s). Eze, managed SA transfer data, monitoring, disclosures, beginning of the forms, complimentary ticket approvals, and assisted in creating the university ‘NIL’ policies and development of new initiatives for student-athlete development program. Prior to UConn, Eze served as an Ambassador for the NCAA in Indianapolis, where he oversaw the daily operations of NCAA teams during March Madness.

Eze started his career at the Center for Community Engagement–at Fairfield, as a Research Intern while completing his master’s degree in Public Administration; and was a member of Fairfield University Men’s Basketball team.

Brooke Betts comes to Game Plan from the University of Louisville, where she served as a Graduate Assistant for the women’s volleyball team. During her time as the Graduate Assistant, she handled video breakdown and statistical analysis. Brooke played collegiate volleyball at both the University of Louisville and Xavier University. After graduating with her Bachelor’s in Marketing she went on to get her Master’s in Higher Education with a concentration in Sports Administration.

About Game Plan

Game Plan’s comprehensive software platform integrates mobile-first eLearning as well as virtual mentorship and career services, uniquely designed for athletic organizations. Game Plan works with 750+ athletic departments and organizations with over 240,000 courses completed yearly. Our eLearning courses provide student-athletes ultimate access and flexibility while equipping both athletics departments and the conference office management tools and insight to ensure outstanding experiences and outcomes. To learn more about Game Plan, please visit