Scott Retzlaff is in his first year as Digital Media Assistant with the Athletics Department in 2014-15. He assists in all aspects of website and social media coverage of Texas A&M's varsity sports.
Retzlaff comes to College Station following two years as Digital Media Content Assistant for Media Relations in the University of Nebraska Athletic Department. During that time, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of huskers.com and the Nebraska social media channels. He provided press conference coverage for most teams and was responsible for web streaming and social media support at most home events. Retzlaff also handled online broadcast scheduling throughout the year and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Husker Fan Rewards Social Media Program.
During his tenure with the Huskers, Retzlaff assisted with press conference and web coverage at the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Regional Volleyball Tournaments. He also assisted at the 2014 NCAA Women's Basketball Regional.
Prior to his time with the Huskers, Retzlaff was the Sports Information Director at Concordia University (Neb.) from 2009-12. He handled all athletic communications for Concordia’s 20-team athletic department and was also in charge of the Concordia Sports Network, which provided live audio and video webcasts of athletic events throughout the year. He was responsible for all press releases, feature stories and web content, and he was in charge of official stats for most home events. Retzlaff also nominated student-athletes and coaches for conference and national awards.
Retzlaff started his career in the Wayne State College (Neb.) Sports Information Department. As a student-worker in 2006, he assisted with official stats at home football, volleyball, men's/women's basketball, baseball and softball games. Retzlaff then served as the graduate assistant Sports Information Director from 2007-09. During that time, he assisted with athletic communications for all of WSC's 13 varsity teams.
Retzlaff is a graduate of Wayne State College. After earning his bachelor's degree in Human Service Counseling with a minor in Criminal Justice in 2007, he added a master's degree in Sport and Recreation Management in 2009.
Scott is a native of Pierce, Nebraska.
|Position:||Digital Media Assistant|
|Alma Mater:||Wayne State '07|