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  Drew Wiseman

Drew Wiseman

Player Profile

Position:
Media Relations Director

Education:
Rider University '06

Drew Wiseman joined the Ohio University Media Relations office in February of 2010. In his current capacity, Wiseman serves as the department's media relations director and primary contact for men's basketball, volleyball, field hockey and indoor and outdoor track teams.

During his time in Athens, OhioBobcats.com has increased in local and national visibility, resulting in record traffic numbers this past season. Wiseman also initiated the expansion of Ohio's social networking through Twitter while also working in conjunction with the Assistant Athletic Director of Multimedia Marketing to create Relentless and All In, both nationally broadcast television shows.

Wiseman arrived in Athens after spending four years working at Georgetown University. While in the nation's capital, he moved from an intern in the sports information office to Assistant Sports Information Director. During his time on the Hilltop, Wiseman was the primary contact for women's soccer, baseball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's swimming and diving, crew and rowing in one of the ten largest media markets in the United States.

He also served as the secondary men's basketball contact during the 2008 NCAA Tournament, the internet radio voice of Georgetown women's basketball and the host of Hoya Insider, Georgetown's first web-based interview show.

A native of Langhorne, Pa., Wiseman graduated Rider University in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in communications, specializing in radio and television. He handled color commentary for Rider University' s women's basketball broadcasts on WBUD-AM for four seasons.

While at Rider, he worked in the sports information office and provided media support for numerous NCAA, Metro Atlantic Athletic and Northeast Conference tournament, including serving as the acting SID at the 2004 MAAC Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments.

He is a current member of CoSida and the USBWA.