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  Bob Vazquez

Bob Vazquez

Player Profile

Assistant Athletic Director, Media Relations

Bob Vazquez
Assistant Athletic Director, Media Relations
818-677-2313 (Office)
510-673-9521 (Cell)
Responsibilities: Men's Basketball; Women's Water Polo; Website

Entering his fourth season at Cal State Northridge in 2010-11 ... Known to everyone as Bobby V ... Worked nearly 24 years as Media Relations Director at Stanford University ... Oversees the publicity efforts of the Matador's 20-sport intercollegiate athletic program, with a main emphasis on men's basketball, women's water polo and the website ... A member of the CSUN Hall of Fame Committee ... Winner of 20 press guide awards by CoSIDA ... Received a CoSIDA 25-year Award in 2003 ... Has been media coordinator at numerous NCAA National and Regional Tournaments as well as Pac-10 Championships ... Spent six years (1977-83) as Sports Information Director at UC Santa Barbara ... Prior to UCSB, held various positions in the broadcasting industry in San Diego. ... A member of CoSIDA, and the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) ... A member of the Special Awards Committee (CoSIDA) ... Worked as a public relations assistant at the 1984 Summer Olympics ... A 1972 graduate of San Diego State with a B.S. Degree in Radio/Television Journalism.

Bob's Bio
Favorite Food: Foods that are hot and spicy
Least Favorite Food: Vegetables
Favorite Movie: Bull Durham/Too Kill A Mockingbird/Animal House
Favorite TV Show: Two and A Half Men/Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives
Favorite Actor: George Clooney
Favorite Actress: Eva Longoria Parker
Would Most Like To Meet: Dorothy Hamill (ice skater)
Enjoys Listening To The Music Of: U2/Peter White/Sara Evans
The Best Thing About Working At CSUN: Winning games
What Actor Would Play The Lead If A Movie Was Made Of MY Life: Tom Hanks
Hobbies: Reading Autobiographies
Greatest Heroes: My beloved parents
If I Had A Million Dollars, I would: Travel, and give money to "Guide Dogs for the Blind"