Office Phone: (413) 572-8212
Office E-mail: [email protected]
Angela Baumann was appointed as the first full-time MASCAC Commissioner in August 2006.
The MASCAC, a NCAA Division III Conference, currently sponsors 18 championship sports programs and is the nation’s oldest Division III men’s and women’s playing conference.
Following her appointment, Baumann developed a conference-wide licensing program to protect, profit and promote the conference and member institutional brands, led the conference to create a comprehensive strategic plan, expanded sport sponsorship with the addition of men’s ice hockey, women’s lacrosse, football and a men's golf championship and coordinated the integration of affiliates in men’s ice hockey and football.
Baumann has been active on numerous national committees during her career. Some of her recent committee service includes the NCAA Nominating Committee, NCAA Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee, Division III Commissioners Association Diversity and Well-Being Committee, NACMA Membership Committee, NACWAA Marketing Committee Member and as Chair, ECAC Convention Committee, ECAC Championships Committee and the ECAC Softball Selection Committee.
Prior to her current position, Baumann was the Director of Marketing and Special Events at Montana State University where she was hired in December of 1996. In March of 1999, she was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director. She oversaw many different aspects of the Bobcat Athletic Department during her tenure in Bozeman including corporate relations, special events, marketing and promotions and ticket operations. While at Montana State University, she was the recipient of three gold, three silver and one bronze National Association of Collegiate Marketing Association (NACMA) awards.
Prior to Montana State University, Baumann spent over two years at East Carolina University where she served as the Marketing Coordinator and then was promoted to the Interim Director of Marketing for the Recreational Services Department. She also received the East Carolina University Collaboration Award for her work on campus.
Earlier in her career, Baumann coached men’s and women’s volleyball. She led a team to the Ohio Valley Region Junior Olympic Volleyball Championship and was named instructor of the quarter numerous times.
Baumann returns to her Division III roots where she was a standout volleyball player at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She was a four-year starter at setter and was named to the WWIAC Scholastic Honor Roll. She received her bachelor of science degree in Physical Education-Sport Management with a minor in business administration and a concentration in coaching competitive athletics before earning her master's degree in Sport Management from the Ohio State University. Baumann is also a graduate of NACWAA Higher Education Resources Services, Mid-American and the NCAA/NACWAA Leadership Enhancement Institute.
MASCAC Director of Media Relations
Office Phone: (413) 572-8449
Office E-mail: [email protected]
Emily Loux was appointed the first ever full-time MASCAC Director of Media Relations in 2013. As the Director of Media Relations, Loux manages the conference website, compiles conference statistics and handles all media requests. She also serves as the conference representative to the MASCAC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
Prior to her current position, Loux was the Sports Information Director for Spelman College out of Atlanta where she was in charge of the sports information department, including managing the website, statistics for all sports, taking photos and video, managing student workers and directly with the Spelman Athletic Director. She also worked as the Director of Sports Information for the Great South Athletic Conference and as a graduate assistant at Kennesaw State University.
"The MASCAC is tremendously excited to welcome our first full-time Media Relations Director Emily Loux" said MASCAC Commissioner Baumann. "Emily brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to meet the demands of emerging technologies and to serve our members’ needs. I look forward to working with Emily in furthering the MASCAC’s mission and strategic plan."
Loux graduated with her Master of Science degree in Sports Administration from Georgia State University in 2012. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Indiana University-Purdue Univ. Indianapolis in 2009. While at IUPUI, Loux was a member of the Indiana University student news bureau that covered the 2010 Final Four in Indianapolis. She also interned with the WNBA's Indiana Fever and the Pittsburgh Pirates Triple-A affiliate Indianapolis Indians. Prior to that internship, she was an intern editor for Bleacherreport.com.
She currently resides in Cummington, Mass with her husband, Nathan.
|MASCAC President||Dick Lenfest, Westfield State University|
|MASCAC Vice President||Marybeth Lamb, Bridgewater State University|
|MASCAC Secretary||Peggy Carl, Salem State University|
|MASCAC FAR||Dr. Michael Harrison, Framingham State University|