BULLDOGS WELCOMES FIELD AND ROBINSON IN ADDITION TO MARKETING AND CREATIVE SERVICES
The University of Minnesota Duluth has announced the addition of Dylon Field (Director of Bulldog Productions) and jesse robinson (Assistant Sports Director for Marketing and Events) to the Bulldog Sports Properties team. The Bulldog Sports Properties team oversees all aspects of marketing, events, promotions, advertising, sponsorships, social media, website, digital media, creative services, public relations and communications.
Dylon field is entering his second stint with UMD Athletics and will serve as director of Bulldog Productions. Field is responsible for livestreaming, broadcasts, social media strategy, creating videos and graphics for YouTube as well as the video boards for Malosky Stadium, AMSOIL Arena and Romano Gym. Prior to returning to Bulldog Country, Field spent two years in a similar role with USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program and USA Hockey Arena. It broadcast Team USA home games on regional television, HockeyTV, as well as on-site video boards. Field has also worked on creative social media content including Highlights, Beyond the Stars & Stripes and many more. Prior to joining USA Hockey, he spent a year at Elon University where he was Director of Video Production for Athletics. He worked with the School of Communications and Teaching and Learning Technologies to oversee a team of over 40 students producing live Elon sports events on FloSports. Other duties included video map graphics creation/management, creative video, features, and game streams. Field earned his bachelor’s degree in sports communication from Upper Iowa University in 2018. While at UIU , he volunteered for four years at the Sports Information Office, helping maintain the Peacocks’ social media platforms by creating videos, graphics and as a producer for the 2018 Division II National Wrestling Championships. the NCAA. On match days, he would help with setting up the live broadcast, setting up/tearing down facilities, producing the on-site football show, while also doing the play-by- play for football and PA announcer for all other sports.
jesse robinson joins the Bulldogs as assistant athletic director of marketing and events. Robinson will oversee all aspects of Bulldogs event management, marketing, promotions, advertising and creative/marketing services (website, social media, public relations). He spent the previous 14 years at Sainte Scholastique. Robinson redesigned the CSS athletics website several times and integrated live video for 12 of CSS’s 22 sports. He covered 47 NCAA Tournament teams and 58 NCAA Qualifiers. He was responsible for running 88 conference tournaments/playoffs/meetings/games in addition to 18 UMAC baseball/softball double-elimination tournaments. In 2018, he served as media relations director for the NCAA Division III Midwest Baseball Regional at Wade Stadium, the first time St. Scholastica hosted an NCAA postseason event. Robinson was also the official stats keeper for the 2013 NCAA Division III Women’s Hockey Final Four in Superior, Wisconsin and the 2015 NCAA Division III Men’s Hockey Final Four in Minneapolis. Robinson, Fellow of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Robinson was also a founding member and chairman of the CSS Athletics Hall of Fame and Saints Sports Awards committees. The Saints Sports Awards were established in 2013 to honor the achievements of St. Scholastica student-athletes throughout the year. Before coming to CSS in the summer of 2008, Robinson was the interim SID at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point from October 2007 to June 2008. While at UW-Stevens Point, he covered five tournament teams NCAA and hosted an NCAA Tournament. Regional women’s basketball tournament. Robinson, a native of Kewaunee, Wisconsin, earned his Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in May 2007. While at UW-Eau Claire, he worked under CoSIDA Hall of Famer Tim Petermann As a student. assistant for two years.
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