|Title:||Assistant Director of Athletic Communications|
|Alma Mater:||George Mason '09|
Brock Malone was named Assistant Director for of Athletic Communications at Harvard University in August of 2014. He will serve as the primary contact for men’s ice hockey, field hockey, softball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s track & field, men’s and women’s squash and women’s rugby.
Prior to joining the Crimson’s athletic communication staff, Malone worked from 2012-14 at Columbia University where he was the primary contact for men’s soccer, wrestling, women's basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf and men’s and women’s tennis, as well as assist with the coverage of football. He also coordinated the sports information department’s multimedia efforts.
Malone joined the Columbia staff after serving as the Athletic
Communications Coordinator at Nova Southeastern, in Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. for the 2011-12 academic year. At NSU, he served
as the primary contact for volleyball, women’s basketball,
softball, rowing and the 2012 Division II women’s golf
national championship team.
Before joining the Sharks’ staff, Malone served as an Athletic Communications Assistant at Harvard for the 2010-11 academic year. While at Harvard, Malone served as the primary contact for women’s tennis, men’s volleyball, men’s & women’s squash, and men’s & coed sailing. He also worked as a secondary contact for many of the department’s 41 varsity teams, including football, men’s basketball, men’s ice hockey and men’s lacrosse.
Prior to his time at Harvard, Malone worked in the ticket office at the Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, Va. and also participated in the NFL Players Association internship program with the Player Marketing department.
Malone got his start within the athletic communications field as an assistant with George Mason as an undergraduate student at the school. He spent three years as an assistant within the office with his required duties progressing to include credentialing responsibilities for men’s basketball and primary contact duties for women’s tennis.
Malone received his bachelor’s in sport management from George Mason in May 2009 and his master’s in sport management from Old Dominion in December 2010.