|Title:||Director of Sports Information|
Steven Kramer was hired as Wesley College's
sports information director in November 2011 and oversees the
publicity of all 20 of the Wolverines NCAA Division III
Kramer comes to Dover after serving a year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., where he was the primary contact for the Fighting Knights’ perennial powerhouse tennis programs, as well as men’s basketball, softball and volleyball. Also the radio voice for both basketball and soccer programs, as well as baseball and softball, Kramer was a recipient of the American Volleyball Coaches Association South Region Grant Burger Media Award and the media contact for the NCAA Division II Men’s & Women’s Tennis South Regional Tournament.
Prior to relocating to South Florida, he served as an assistant at Loyola University Maryland. There, he was the primary contact for the Greyhounds’ nationally-ranked women’s lacrosse team and women’s soccer program, which won the 2009 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Kramer was also the main contact for Loyola’s cross country, track & field and rowing programs. In addition to working for Loyola, he assisted as a gameday staffer with the Washington Redskins media relations department and at the 2010 Men’s Lacrosse National Championship.
Kramer spent the 2008 season as a staff assistant in the media relations department with the Miami Dolphins. At the conclusion of the NFL season, he served as a media relations assistant at the FedEx Orange Bowl, BCS National Championship Game and Super Bowl XLIII.
A graduate of The George Washington University with a M.T.A in Sport Management in 2008, he earned his B.S. in sport management and business administration from Towson University in 2006.
A native of Silver Spring, Md., Kramer got his start in sports information in 2004 as an undergraduate at Towson before entering GW as an athletic communications graduate assistant. With the Colonials, Kramer was responsible for publicity of the softball, gymnastics, swimming, cross country and rowing teams. He also served as the Director of Media Relations for the Washington Glory, a women’s professional softball team that recently relocated to Kissimmee, Fla., and is now known as the USSSA Pride.