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Todd Lamb Named Assistant SID At Clemson

April 4, 2000

CLEMSON, SC – Todd Lamb has been named assistant sports information director at Clemson University, Sports Information Director Tim Bourret announced Tuesday.

At Clemson, the Marion, Ohio native will serve as the editor for the football game program and assist Bourret with publicity efforts for football, men’s basketball and baseball.

Lamb comes to Clemson from Rice University, where he worked four years as an assistant SID as the primary sports information contact for the men’s basketball, men’s golf and men’s and women’s track and field teams. He also served as the webmaster for Rice’s athletic web site since creating the first-ever site for the athletic department in 1995.

A 1994 graduate of Ohio State, Lamb received a bachelor’s of arts degree in journalism while working as a student assistant in the Buckeyes’ athletic communications office. Upon graduation, Lamb interned for a year and a half at Rice before taking his first fulltime job at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He returned to Houston to work for the Owls in September, 1996.

The 29-year-old Lamb has served as the media host for several Western Athletic Conference championships in golf, track and field and cross country and served in the same capacity last year when Rice hosted a NCAA Super Regional at the Astrodome. He later accompanied the Owls to Omaha for the College World Series.

Lamb is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), the United States Basketball Writers Association and the Track and Field Writers of America. He is vice chairman of the CoSIDA computer committee.

He replaces Brett Sowell, who left the Clemson sports information office in December to work with FANSonly, supervising the Tigers’ athletic web site: