Immediate Release: July 5, 2006
Contact: David O'Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Binghamton women's basketball media guide voted Best in the District by COSIDA
VESTAL, N.Y.-- For the first time since the athletic program moved up to the Division I level, the Binghamton University women's basketball media guide has been voted Best in the District for the 2005-06 season by the College Sports Information Directors of America (COSIDA). Binghamton finished first out of 10 NCAA Division I schools in District 1, which includes the state of New York and the entire New England region.
Binghamton finished ahead of second-place Connecticut, which had won the region three times the previous five years. In addition, Binghamton is also the first non-Big East school to win District 1 in seven years. On the national level, Binghamton was the only non-major conference school in any of the eight national districts to finish first this year.
This marks the second time in five years the Binghamton University women's basketball media guide has received a Division I district award. The 2001-02 guide was the runner-up to Connecticut.
The 2005-06 Binghamton women's basketball media guide was written and edited by Assistant Sports Information Director David O'Brian and Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director John Hartrick. Editorial assistance was provided by former graduate assistant Tom Moore and current graduate assistant Anthony Naglieri.
Creative Printing in Endicott, N.Y. designed and produced the 2005-06 Binghamton women's basketball media guide. Bill Carney designed the book while Jim Arnold was the head of productions. Mark Bliznik was also heavily involved in the process.
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