Davis Named Chair of NCAA Division II Softball Committee

SF State Athletics

INDIANAPOLIS — San Francisco State Associate Director of Athletics Brandon Davis has been named chairperson of the NCAA Division II Softball Committee, the NCAA announced. Davis has served on the committee since 2015 as chair of the West Region, and has served on the West Region’s Regional Advisory Committee since 2013.Davis was elected by his committee peers during the annual committee meeting at the NCAA headquarters in June. He takes over for Jen Starek, head softball coach at New Haven, whose term expires August 2018.”I’m honored to serve as chair of the NCAA Division II Softball Committee this coming season,” said Davis. “I’m excited to work even more closely with our team at the NCAA and with our other committee members in continuing to shape a quality experience which benefits our student-athletes, coaches, fans, and membership.”Davis joined San Francisco State in January 2017 as the associate AD for communications and fan development and earlier this year served as interim director of athletics during the University’s nationwide search for a new director. Davis studied Digital Art at Dominican University of California and worked at his alma mater for 10 years, in both University Marketing and Athletics. He was twice named PacWest SID of the Year and was responsible for the PacWest Conference logo refresh in 2015. While at Dominican, Davis was heavily involved in the design and construction of Penguin Field, which gave Dominican softball an on-campus home for the first time in program history. At San Francisco State, he has helped to brand the facility and add an outdoor sound system to the recently renovated SFSU Softball Field, and a new scoreboard to Maloney Field (baseball). In his current role, Davis oversees the department’s communications and branding efforts, game operations, and serves as the primary contact for five sports.NCAA Division II Softball consists of eight regions with the top team from each region …

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