Carol Hudson Selected for Induction into CoSIDA Hall of Fame
Carol Hudson, Old Dominion University's longtime sports information director, has been selected as an inductee into the 2010 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Hall of Fame.
Old Dominion's SID for the past 25 years, Hudson has had an even longer association with the university, starting as a student. He received his bachelor's degree in political science in 1976 and his master's in urban studies in 1979. He was a student manager for the university's baseball and basketball teams as well as a graduate intern in the sports information office under Joe Law, ODU's first full-time SID.
In a letter to Hudson on May 11, CoSIDA Executive Director John Humenik wrote: "Membership in the CoSIDA Hall of Fame puts you among the best in our profession that has many outstanding people and professionals, both past and present. You are a most deserving individual and it will be wonderful for our membership to see you accept this honor at the annual CoSIDA Convention in San Francisco on July 6."
Humenik added, "Carol, you have been an outstanding ambassador for our profession, Old Dominion University and college athletics in general. We in CoSIDA are blessed by your long-term commitment to our profession and its people and your willingness to serve in a leadership role."
This article was posted on: May 18, 2010
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