Wade Steinlage

Wade Steinlage

Director of Athletic Communications at William Penn University

Location:
201 Trueblood Ave, Oskaloosa, Iowa, United States
HQ Phone:
(641) 673-1001

General Information

Experience

Corporate Partner  - College Sports Information Directors of America

Co-Head Coach  - Statesmen

Sports Information Director  - MCC All-Conference

Student Worker  - Central College

Sports Writer  - Oskaloosa Area Chamber

Education

bachelor's degree  - Communication and Sociology , Central College

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Wade Steinlage
William Penn University - Bio for Wade Steinlage Wade Steinlage Wade Steinlage Director of Athletic Communications Wade Steinlage is in his 14th year as Sports Information Director. Steinlage came to William Penn from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, where he spent one year as an intern in the sports information office. At Angelo State, he was the primary contact for women's soccer, volleyball, men's basketball, and softball. Steinlage serves as the primary media contact for all Statesmen athletic programs. His responsibilities include producing media guides and game programs, doing statistical work at all home contests, serving the media and working with other SID offices, managing content on the athletics web site ( www.statesmenathletics.com), writing previews and recaps of events, and other duties as assigned. He also manages the content on all of the social media channels, headlined by @WPUAthletics on Twitter. He has headed three website redesigns. Steinlage was responsible for implementing video webstreaming prior to the fall of 2011; he is also the play-by-play personality for several sports. In the spring of 2014 also began State of the Statesmen (now The Statesmen 16)--a video series featuring weekly interviews of players and coaches. He is responsible for ad sales during the summer as well. The school's NAIA Champions of Character Liaison, Steinlage also serves on its Athletics Hall of Fame Committee and represents the Athletics Department on the Staff Council. He was selected as the 2014-2015 Midwest Collegiate Conference SID of the Year. Outside of William Penn, Steinlage is the national chair of the CoSIDA Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest. Steinlage was introduced to the Sports Information world as a student worker at Central College in Pella from 2001-2003. Prior to that experience, he was a sports writer for the Oskaloosa Herald and Pella Chronicle newspapers in 2001. He also interned for the West Ealing Newspaper Group in London. Steinlage received his bachelor's degree in Communication and Sociology from Central College in May of 2003.

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