2019 WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Producer – Greg Spaeth
Associate Producer – Madison Golden
Director – Ashley Pierson
Advisor/EP – Brian Stanley
Notes: Live game coverage of the NCHC Playoffs, game 2 between St. Cloud State University and Miami University (OH). Produced with 18 cameras, full student pro...
Producer: Tyler Rogers
Director: Clayton Johnson
Technical Director: Matt Maisch
Final 2:00 min of WCHA championship game March 23, 2019. Minnesota State scored 2 goals in the final 2 :00 min to send the game to overtime were they won 3 - 2.
The #2 ranked 2019 Vanderbilt Softball team came into College Station as one of the top ranked teams in the country. After winning the Friday night contest, the Aggies used a little 'Olsen Magic' to walk it off on Saturday.
12th Man Productions had the job of producing the broad...
A full-time staff member served as the producer/director, every other role was handled by App State students.
Producer - Bruce Carey
Director - Russ Martin
All crew members are LU staff or students
Live production from Liberty Baseball Stadium - 6 camera shoot
All show elements were created in-house. All program program production gear is LU owned.
2016 RIT Hockey Live Game Production (4:34)
Collegiate Athletics- Live Game Production
Rochester Institute of Technology
One Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
And the entire Crimson Tide Production Team
This broadcast featured new Southern Conference rivals Wofford and Mercer. The game was part of the the first campus-produced basketball package for FoxSports Southeast. Making this broadcast even more remarkable was that it was done by a 73% Mercer student crew, including the ...
This broadcast was produced for the SEC Network with a staff of 35 people, comprised mostly of Auburn University students and staff. This game occurred on Monday, March 14, 2016 and was the third broadcast of the series.
Produced by the students of Ball State Sports Link, this was the official conference broadcast on ESPN3. This was the first ever Mid-American Conference championship produced by students. The broadcast covered 7 teams competing through 7 rotations.
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