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Greg Greenwell
Greg  Greenwell

Associate Athletics Director for Communications

Greg Greenwell is in his 18th year at DePaul as a member of the athletics communications staff and his seventh leading the department. He was promoted to associate athletics director in November 2015.

In this role, Greenwell oversees the communications and publicity efforts for DePaul’s 15 intercollegiate athletics programs. He was named director of athletics communications in July 2009 after serving as interim director over the previous six months.

He enters his 18th year at DePaul after first serving as assistant director in July 2000. Over the last 17 years, he has handled the primary communications efforts for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, golf, cross country, and track and field. Additionally, he also handles the daily operation of DePaul’s athletics website and served as the media coordinator for the 2006 and 2012 NCAA Women’s Basketball First and Second Rounds and assistant media coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Chicago Regional which were held at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. Greenwell will also serve as tournament director for the 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Regional at Wintrust Arena.

Prior to joining the Blue Demons, he spent a year as the assistant media relations director at Texas Tech University, where he worked with the baseball and volleyball programs. Greenwell also spent time working for the Chicago White Sox, Indianapolis Colts and in the Indiana University media relations department. From 2005-10 he worked for as a stats stringer at selected Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs home games. Additionally, he also worked in the media operations at the 2004 U.S. Open at Olympia Fields Country Club, the 2005 World Series at U.S. Cellular Field and the 2007 CONCACAF Golf Cup at Soldier Field.

The native of Palmetto, Fla., played baseball and graduated from Flagler College in 1997 with a degree in sport management and minor in business administration.



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