Greg Royce was named Associate Athletic Director – Athletic Communications at Stevenson in October 2015. He is a veteran of over 19 years of collegiate athletic communications experience.
At Stevenson, Royce oversees athletic communications efforts for 27 NCAA Division III varsity programs, including media relations, gameday functions, social media, the website (gomustangsports.com), publications and live event video production. He is also a member of the department's senior staff and has administrative oversight of the men's and women's track and field and cross country programs.
Prior to his arrival at Stevenson, Royce spent eight years at his alma mater, Southern New Hampshire University, as Director of Athletics Communications. There, he oversaw communications efforts for 19 varsity programs, including the maintenance of the website and oversight of social media and webcasting.
During his tenure, SNHU played host to a number of NCAA and Northeast-10 Championship events, and three teams won Division II regional championships, including a national championship in men's soccer in 2013. Several interns and student employees went on to careers in the athletics communications field following graduation.
Prior to his time at SNHU, Royce served as Sports Information Director at American International College in Springfield, Mass. from 2004-07, working with 22 varsity programs, including Division I men's ice hockey. From 2000-03 Royce worked in the Athletic Media Relations office at the University of New Hampshire, working with all 24 of UNH's Division I sports while serving as the primary contact for women's basketball, men's soccer, track and field and gymnastics.
A member of both CoSIDA and ECAC-SIDA, Royce served as the local organizing committee chairperson for the 2013 ECAC-SIDA Workshop held in Manchester, New Hampshire and will serve as co-host of the 2020 ECAC-SIDA Workshop in Ellicott City, Maryland. He is currently First Vice President of ECAC-SIDA after spending two years as the organization's Membership Services chair.
A 2000 graduate of Southern New Hampshire with a degree in Sport Management, Royce earned his Master’s from SNHU in early 2016. He resides in Owings Mills, Maryland with wife Cathy Savage.