Brandon Harrison

Sports Information Director
Athletic Department
Fasano House
harrisonb@alfred.edu

Education

  • MBA: Alfred University, 2016
  • BS: Sport Management St. John Fisher College, 2013

Biography

Brandon Harrison became the Sports Information Director in October, 2017.

He has spent the a year prior to returning to Alfred University as the Director of Athletic Communications at Goucher College in Maryland. Goucher has 20 varsity, intercollegiate teams as well as co-ed, equestrian, in which Harrison oversaw from his position. In one year, Harrison saw the overhaul of the athletics website as well as the unveiling of a newly designed mascot.

Harrison graduated from St. John Fisher College with his bachelor’s in sport management in 2013 while also working as a student for the athletics department. After Fisher, he was the Sports Information Graduate Assistant here at Alfred University from the fall of 2014 until graduating with his Master of Business Administration in the spring of 2016. During that time, he was the primary sport contact for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s lacrosse alongside working with football, volleyball and softball. Harrison was also the Director of the Saxon Pride Board, a platform to promote student-athlete community involvement and school pride.

He also has professional experience from neighboring Alfred State College as the Athletic Department Staff Assistant, specializing in event management and student-athlete compliance. Harrison also interned with the Saxon Athletic Department in the summer of 2013 while finishing his Sports Management degree at St. John Fisher College, playing a key role in creating a new website for the athletic department among a number of other projects.

Harrison is a native of nearby Canisteo, NY and attended high school there where he was a soccer and baseball player.

During his stay as the Sports Information Graduate Assistant at Alfred University, he worked with long-time Sports Information Director, Mark Whitehouse and the school’s first full-time Assistant Sports Information Director, Chris Boswell with whom he will continue to work with in his new role.