Wednesday, June 18, 2014
The Collegiate Sports Video Association concluded its annual convention on Thursday, May 22 in Houston, Texas with the announcement of the 17th Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year Award winner. William Alan Brown the video coordinator of The University of Maryland was named the 2014 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year. Brown was selected from the 15 Conference Video Coordinator of the year winners by a majority of his peers. Brown is a native of Georgetown.
The Bob Matey Award is presented to the video coordinator who displays innovation, determination, perseverance, and technical skill as portrayed by the late Bob Matey, legendary video coordinator from Texas A & M.
Brown will be in his fourth year at The University of Maryland as the football video coordinator. Brown oversees all team video operations and game analysis for the football coaching staff at Maryland. He manages the partnership with DVSport and other game analysis and network software. Most recently, Brown was named the 2013 -2014 ACC Video Coordinator of the year, an award voted on by peers in the ACC.
Brown spent two years as the assistant director of video services at the University of Connecticut, under now Maryland head football coach Randy Edsall. He also spent three years at Middle Tennessee State University as the first full time video coordinator in school’s history. Brown has also spent two years as an assistant video coordinator at the University of South Carolina.
William Alan is the son of Frank and Eunice Brown of Georgetown. He is a 2000 graduate of Georgetown High School and a 2004 graduate of Benedict College.
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