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Athletic Director

Northville High School Varsity Hockey

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Northville High School Varsity Hockey

Company Description

Northville High School Hockey - Northville Mustangs...more

Background Information

Employment History

Commissioner

Football for the Kensington Lakes Activities Association


Affiliations

MHSAA Inc

Committees


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This is Our League | athleticmanagement.com

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The idea was the brainchild of Bryan Masi, Athletic Director at Northville (Mich.) High School and KLAA Football Commissioner.
"I watched the Big Ten Conference's media day on television in the summer of 2012 and thought it was something we could replicate," he says. "I brought it up at one of the association athletic director meetings, and everyone felt it would be a great way to promote the league." The two-hour event put all of the KLAA's head football coaches in the same room with the press to discuss their upcoming seasons. The league handed out media guides to reporters, and coaches were given two minutes to talk about their team. "Each coach brought two players to the podium and introduced them," says Masi. "They then discussed their key returning players, what they needed for a successful season, and the team's overall outlook." After the presentations, reporters were given an hour to conduct individual interviews with coaches and players. Everyone was also treated to lunch from a local restaurant. "We decided to hold the event one week before practices began," says Masi. "We knew the reporters were eager to finish their preseason previews and that the coaches might be too busy to talk once they started practicing." Planning for the event began in the winter of 2013 to give organizers enough time to put together information for the media guide. "A fellow KLAA Athletic Director, Dan Hutcheson from Howell (Mich.) Public Schools, took the lead by sending coaches a questionnaire asking for their biography, key returning players, team philosophy, and challenges to overcome in the upcoming season," says Masi. "In addition, we also included a brief history of football in the conference and team schedules. A local printing company covered the cost." Novi (Mich.) High School, a KLAA member, was tapped to host the event because of its central location and atrium space, and Masi recruited a parent volunteer from Northville to oversee logistics as well as line up a local business to provide lunch. "We were able to secure Qdoba Mexican Grill to serve as our sponsor," says Masi. "Our school has partnered with the restaurant before, and it was willing to donate all the food in return for signage at the event and advertisements in the media guide." Another important step was ensuring the area's high school football reporters would attend. "The coaches gave me the contact information for their local media members, and I found staff e-mails for the larger papers, like the Detroit News, the Detroit Free Press, and the Oakland Press," Masi says. "I sent a save-the-date message in the spring and followed with another e-mail at the beginning of the summer. The final reminder came right before the media day occurred. We were initially worried about media attendance, especially from the big papers, but we had a great turnout." For future media days, Masi is thinking about lengthening the interview period. "Some of the members of the press felt that we cut the event too short," he says. "They wanted more time to speak to additional coaches, so that's something we'll discuss when we start planning for next summer's event." Media Day might also be expanded to add a female counterpart to football. "Athletic directors in the league voiced concerns that we should have highlighted a girls' fall sport as well," says Masi. "Although there wasn't any backlash and everyone agreed football was a good place to start, we're looking at making the event longer or holding it over two separate days next year to include a girls' squad." Overall, the program received a tremendous response from all participants. "The coaches felt like it highlighted our league, and the players involved thought it was a great experience," says Masi.


Special Events: Good Cold Fun | athleticmanagement.com

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By Bryan Masi
Bryan Masi, CAA, is Athletic Director at Northville (Mich.) High School. He is also Commissioner of Football for the Kensington Lakes Activities Association and has served on a number of committees for the Michigan High School Athletic Association. In 2013 he was named a State Regional Athletic Administrator of the Year. He can be reached at: masibr@northvilleschools.org.


Staff Northville High School Hockey

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Bryan Masi
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Bryan Masi (248)344-8414masibr@northville.k12.mi.us


Contact Information – Athletics – Northville Public Schools

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Bryan Masi
Athletic Director masibr@northvilleschools.org


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