April 12, 2011
LOGAN, Utah - Utah State Video Coordinator Bill Garren has been voted as the 2010-11 Co-Western Athletic Conference Video Coordinator of the Year, the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) announced recently, marking the second year in a row that Garren has earned the honor.
Garren was selected for the award by the other video coordinators in the league, and shares the honor with Idaho's Sam Teevens. Garren will now join the other Division I conference winners in the running to receive the Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year Award. The awards will be presented during the 17th annual Collegiate Sports Video Conference, May 9-13 in Denver, Colo.
"The quality of work that Bill does for our athletic department continues to be top notch. His dedicated commitment and hard work for our department is a vital part of every team's success. For him to be honored by his peers as the best in the WAC for a second year in a row is a spectacular honor. This is an award that is an extremely positive representation of our athletic department, and we are very proud of him," said Dale Mildenberger, USU Senior Associate Athletic Director for Support Services.
In his sixth year as the Director of Video Operations for the USU athletic department, Garren is responsible for managing all aspects of athletic video and editing within USU's athletics department which includes training and supervising a staff of student assistants to shoot all the football practices and games along with men's and women's basketball games. His responsibilities also include overseeing the day-to-day operations of the video room and assisting with the video needs of all of USU's 16 intercollegiate sports.
Garren also provides technical support and training for coaches and support staff using the latest video technology available in Webb Electronics' Advantage editing system. During the construction of the three-story, state-of-the-art Jim and Carol Laub Athletics-Academics Complex, Garren also assisted in the design and technical architecture of the video room and the facility.
Garren and his wife Melinda have four children, Maia, Ellie, Milly, and Tyler.
For more information on the Collegiate Sports Video Association visit their website at www.csva.com.
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