Ryan George McCrary 69 Blake, San Francisco, CA 94118 (415) 9409002 email@example.com SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS More than 18 years of involvement in Division I Intercollegiate Athletics, including media relations, executive producer of DonsTV, marketing and promotions, game/event operations, student athletic trainer and college newspaper sports editor. Ongoing relationships with local, regional and national media members in television, print, radio and online media covering college and professional athletics. Work closely with the West Coast Conference and the NCAA. Hosted, promoted and staffed multiple NCAA and WCC postseason events in a variety of sports. Established familiarity of the WCC with successful tenures at Gonzaga, San Diego and San Francisco. EXPERIENCE • Extensive Media Relations background promoting Division I Athletics • Effective communicator with excellent writing skills • Launched DonsTV, and USF Athletics presence on Twitter • Managed strategic shooting schedule and booked guests for DonsTV coverage • Proven ability to respond and troubleshoot effectively during periods of turmoil and/or transition • Experience as a beat reporter providing game day coverage of the San Francisco Giants • Media liaison for USF interim head coach Eddie Sutton during his quest for career victory No. 800 MEDIA RELATIONS POSITIONS HELD Used expertise and personal contacts to successfully promote, publicize, staff and recap hundreds of Division I athletic contests, showcasing the accomplishments of studentathletes, coaches and staff. Assistant Athletic Director – Media Relations, University of San Francisco (2007present) Sports Information Director, University of San Francisco (20042007) Associate Sports Information Director, University of San Francisco (19992004) • Wrote, directed and produced the inaugural “Hilltop Awards” celebrating the 201112 season • Oversaw development of DonsTV which attracted 120,000plus video views since August, 2011 • Established and/or refocused USF Athletics presence in social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube). • Served as primary contact for all 14 Division I sports offered at some point during tenure. During 201112 worked men’s soccer, men’s basketball, volleyball, men’s and women’s golf and track. • Expanded and enhanced historical records for baseball, men’s basketball and men’s soccer. • Redesigned, wrote, edited and produced 60plus major publications and provided supervisory or editorial assistance on multiple additional publications. • Promoted and publicized 24 teams or individuals qualifying for postseason berths, including baseball’s first ever NCAA Regional (2006) and volleyball’s inaugural NCAA appearance (2003). • Oversaw or directed: • − USFDons.com redesign (2002, 2005, 2008 & 2010). − “Legends of the Hilltop” publication, highlighting top athletic contributors for USF’s 150 th Anniversary. − Two fulltime assistants, eight graduate assistants/interns and five student workers. − Identified and scheduled broadcasters for streaming audio/video coverage on USFDons.com. Served as the playbyplay voice for USF baseball, men’s soccer and volleyball. Assistant Sports Information Director, University of San Diego (19981999) • Served as primary contact for the following sports: volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, baseball, women’s swimming and diving. Redesigned, wrote and produced eight major publications. • Promoted and publicized three top25 teams qualifying for postseason berths, including volleyball and women’s soccer. Successfully nominated and promoted one Volleyball AllAmerican First Team pick and one Women’s Basketball Academic AllAmerican First Team selection.