Geoff Goyne
Geoff Goyne
Title: Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications
Phone: (301) 696-3978
Year: Third
Alma Mater: York (Pa.) 2001

Geoff Goyne was named Hood's assistant director of athletics for communications in June of 2013. 

In addition to his duties as the college's sports information director, he handled NCAA compliance at Hood from 2017-19.  

At Hood, Goyne is responsible for the media relations for the Blazers' 22 NCAA Division III varsity programs and two club programs; and oversees the athletics work-study program and gameday operations.

He is a voter for the All-Region teams and serves as an official scorer and MiLB Gameday operator for the Frederick Keys of the Advanced-A Carolina League. Goyne scored the 2019 Carolina League All-Star Game Skills Challenge and served as the datacaster for the all-star game. He serves on several committees within the Middle Atlantic Conference, including the Hall of Fame Committee, Sports Information Committee and the Visual Identity Focus Group. At Hood, he serves on the college's Data Governance Council. 

Goyne has experience across all three NCAA divisions and has served as the host SID at 30 NCAA postseason games. He has had two plays appear on ESPN Top Plays, including one that remained in the top position for two days.

He has experience as a head SID at Hood (Division III, 2013-present), Kutztown University (Division II, 2011-13) and Wesley College (Division III, 2007-11). During 2007-08, Goyne had a dual role as Wesley's Director of News and served on the college's marketing and branding committee throughout his tenure.

Goyne has assisted in sports information offices at Bloomsburg University (Division II, 2013), Mercyhurst College (Division I/II, 2005-07) and Lehigh University (Division I, 2002-03). He was a graduate assistant at Kutztown (2003-05) and served as an intern at Lehigh in 2001. Goyne worked in professional baseball in 2002 with the Lynchburg Hillcats (Advanced A, Carolina League).

Goyne graduated from York College of Pennsylvania in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in sport management with concentrations in public relations and speech communications. He worked in the Spartans' sports information department and was a two-sport student-athlete, competing in cross country and track and field.

His professional memberships include the ECAC Sports Information Directors Association and CoSIDA.