W&L’s Laubscher Recognized for 25 Years of Service by CoSIDA Brian Laubscher, director of athletic communications at W&L, was recently recognized by the College Sports Information Directors of America with a 25-year service award.
Brian Laubscher, director of athletic communications at Washington and Lee University, was recently presented a 25-year service award by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Laubscher began his career in 1995 as a graduate assistant at California University of Pennsylvania and was an intern with the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, James Madison University and Lafayette College before arriving at W&L in 1999. Within CoSIDA, Laubscher serves as chair of the postgraduate scholarship committee.
“Brian is one of the hardest workers I know,” Chip Whipple, senior associate director of athletic communications at W&L, said in CoSIDA’s announcement of the award. “This profession has changed immensely, and for the nine years I’ve worked with him, I’ve seen him adapt and adjust with a passion to provide the highest quality content to W&L fans. ‘Laubs’ isn’t just a great professional, he is also a great friend, father, husband and just overall top tier person. It’s been my honor to work with and learn from him.”
Read more about Laubscher’s career and the CoSIDA award here.
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