The Sports Information Department at Carroll College is responsible for all statistical and publicity programs related to Fighting Saints Athletics.
Carroll sponsors men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, soccer, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s track and field, and volleyball.
The Sports Information Office shall act as a liaison between each sport and all media.
information or questionplease contact Conran Burke Sports Information Director.
Coordinator of Sports Communications, Marketing and In-Game Operations
All requests for media credentials must be made through the Director of Sports Information. Media credentials are required for field/court visits for all football and men’s and women’s basketball home games.
Requests must be made 48 hours before the race you want to play. All requests will be considered on an individual basis and approval is not guaranteed.
Once approved, certificates can be collected in person at the Carroll College Sports Center
Sports Specific Information Pack
For men’s and women’s basketball home games, media will provide game statistics at quarter and halftime intervals and after the game.
Men’s and Women’s Soccer Information Statistics Packs are available upon request.
Interviews with players and coaches will be conducted on the field/field or in designated media rooms after each game.
All interviews with Carroll University student-athletes or coaches are available through the Athletic Information Office.
If members of the media would like to interview a student-athlete by phone, please leave the Athletic Information Office with a phone number and the best time to contact the student-athlete to contact you.
No information regarding student-athlete contact information will be provided to members of the media.
In-person interviews outside of game days can be arranged with the Director of Sports Information.
Post-match interviews may also be requested. The media will not be allowed in the locker room, which is off-limits to anyone other than members of their respective teams. Contact SID and they will be in touch with the student-athlete. After the game, student-athletes will be allowed 10-15 minutes in the locker room before interviews will be done on the field of play or in the designated media room if available.
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