Adelphi's Erika Loomer Honored as a NACWAA Administrator of Tomorrow
For Immediate Release
May 2, 2012
Courtesy of the Adelphi Athletics Communications Staff
Kansas City, Mo. - The National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) proudly announced its 2012 Administrator of Tomorrow and Judith M. Sweet Commitment award recipients on April 24.
Sara Eisenhauer (Macalester College), Erika Loomer (Adelphi University) and Melissa Matzen (California State University, Sacramento) were named Administrator of Tomorrow Award winners, and Cynthia Rail (University of Denver) was honored with the Judith M. Sweet Commitment Award.
The Administrator of Tomorrow Award is presented to an undergraduate/graduate student, intern or volunteer who aspires to a career in intercollegiate athletics, and recognizes involvement and a leadership role on campus, in a conference office or an organization and in the community. The Judith M. Sweet Commitment Award recognizes athletics administrators below the senior ranking level who are committed to providing high-level leadership and guidance within intercollegiate athletics.
Award recipients will also receive scholarships to attend the 2012 NACWAA National Convention to be held October 7-9 in Kansas City. The National Convention is the premier conference for women working in intercollegiate athletics, offering unparalleled personal and professional development, leadership training and networking opportunities.
Loomer, a senior and four-year volleyball student-athlete, is currently a public relations intern with the New York Knicks.
Over the last three years she has gained valuable athletics administration experience at Adelphi and the Northeast-10 Conference. A sports management major and active volunteer within many community organizations and projects, Loomer was selected to attend the inaugural NCAA Sports and Entertainment Summit and NCAA Careers in Sports Forum in 2011.
“Erika is committed to working in athletics and taking all
the right steps to make this a reality,” said nominator and
former Adelphi SWA Suzette McQueen.
“I am very proud of her accomplishments and her drive to
Loomer is the first member of the Adelphi family to be selected as a NACWAA Administrator of Tomorrow and the first student-athlete from the Northeast-10 to earn this honor as well.