Greg Viscomi is in his 11th year at Monmouth, recently being promoted to the position of Associate Athletics Director for Communications and New Media.
Viscomi is responsible for communications for the Athletics Department, including public relations efforts of the University's coaches, staff and student-athletes. Additionally, his department oversees the development of MonmouthHawks.com and coordinates the 60+ University produced ESPN3 events put on per academic year.
In fall of 2014 Monmouth embarked on the ambitous task of becoming one of the smallest schools in the country to self produce ESPN3 broadcasts.
The Ocean County, N.J., native brings a wealth of intercollegiate athletics experience to West Long Branch. Viscomi has been in media relations for over 16 years and has worked numerous NCAA Championships, including the 2003 Division I Men’s Basketball East Regionals and the 2004 Frozen Four.
Viscomi came to Monmouth after serving the two years at American University, in Washington, D.C., where he covered the nationally-ranked field hockey team, along with wrestling, women’s soccer, swimming and diving and two tennis teams as Communications Assistant. In July of 2005 he was promoted to Assistant Director of Athletic Communications where he oversaw all student workers and was the primary media contact for field hockey, women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse.
Prior to his stint at American, he was an intern at Buffalo State College and Canisius, while earning a master’s degree. In his first year at Canisius he was the grad assistant for on-campus sports promotions, where he was responsible for promotion of home sporting events in addition to developing a new system for student-ticket distribution. While wrapping up his Master’s in Sports Administration, he spent the 2003-04 season as Sports Information intern at Buffalo State.
Viscomi graduated from Towson University in 2001 with a degree in Sports Administration. While at Towson, he served two internships with the Baltimore Blast of the MISL. After he graduated he spent a year at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference as Media Relations Intern. While at the MAAC he was the primary contact for a number of Division I sports including ice hockey and served as the media relations director at several MAAC championships.
Viscomi currently resides in Toms River, N.J., with his wife Patti, daughters Brynn and Cassie and son Frank.