ROME, Ga. — Noah Syverson, a rising senior and student assistant in the Berry College Sports Information Department, was one of three nation-wide recipients of the 2020-21 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Undergraduate Scholarship, the organization announced today.
The CoSIDA Undergraduate Scholarship program is designed to assist outstanding students in sports information offices who have expressed an interest in pursuing a career in sports information and require financial assistance for their education.
Syverson plans to graduate from Berry in the spring of 2021 with a bachelor of arts in communication. He has served as a student assistant in the sports information office since December of 2017, serving as the school’s play-by-play announcer, a public address announcer, a scoreboard operator and statistician. He is also the executive director of Viking Fusion Studio at Berry, where he manages a team of 25 members in five different departments. Additionally, he performs play-by-play for the Mountain Coast Network, covering various high school events in the area, and he is a regular contributor to the Rome News-Tribune.