Keller and Stewart join the BC Sport Information Staff
Brevard, N.C. - The Brevard College Athletic Department and Sport Information Director Seth Montgomery is pleased to announce the addition of Stacy Keller and Jim Stewart to the Tornados Sport Information staff for the 2009-2010 year.
Keller will serve as the Assistant Sport Information Director and will cover men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and softball, while Stewart will handle the play-by-play duties for BC Tornados broadcasts and cover cross country, baseball, track and field, and cycling.
Keller graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Communications.
Prior to coming to Brevard, Keller served as the Media Relations Intern for the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, where she served as the media liaison before, during and after games, and produced and distributed postgame statistics for the media, broadcasters, players, and coaches.
Stacy has also served as a Communications Intern for the Wheeling Nailers Hockey team in the East Coast Hockey League, where she served as the game day media liaison, organized community appearances, organized postgame press conferences and drafted press releases and game summaries for the internet.
Keller will also jump on the radio this season, having delivered play-by-play and color commentary for Wheeling Jesuit swim meets, soccer, volleyball and basketball games. She also helped develop the WJU Cardinalcast used at Wheeling Jesuit.
Jim graduated cum laude from Syracuse University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism.
This past year, Stewart served as the play-by-play announcer for WIMO AM 1300 in Winder, Ga. for the AAAAA Mill Creek Hawks. He was also a part-time co-host for Wake Up Winder Morning Show and was a weekly on-air contributor to the Akin Ford High School Football Show.
Prior to this, Jim worked as a camera operator for Connect, a weekly news magazine program aired on Time Warner Cable throughout Central New York. He also served as an intern for Mayhem in the Morning, a show broadcasted through WQXI AM 790 The Zone in Atlanta, Ga. where he did research on show topics and guests, edited sound and screened calls for the show.
While at Syracuse, Stewart produced radio wraps and served as both a play-by-play and color commentator of Central New York High School Football and women’s basketball games.