Nate Jervey

Sports Information Director
(910) 630-7172
Riddle Center
Nate Jervey, Sports Information Director


B.A., Alma College


Nate Jervey  joined the Methodist University staff as Sports Information Director just prior to the 2012-13 academic year. He is in charge of the media relations for all 20 of MU's varsity sports programs.
Jervey had spent the previous four years at Washington and Lee Univeristy as the Assistant Sports Information Director. While there, he served as the primary media contact at one time for 13 of the University’s 24 sports, including 10 in each of the last three years. Jervey has a wealth of experience in all of Methodist’s 20 sports beyond the event management and press releases to include broadcasting and graphic design.
A nationally recognized NCAA Division III program, Washington and Lee hosted many NCAA events during Jervey’s tenure and he worked as part of the host staff for men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer, while also traveling with baseball and volleyball teams to their respective NCAA sites.

In his first year at Methodist, he served as the Media Relations contact for the 2013 NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships hosted by Methodist University at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Destin, Fla.
Prior to joining the Generals’ staff, Jervey spent a year as the Sports Information Assistant at University of Detroit Mercy where he served as the primary media contact for women's soccer, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's fencing and softball. He also had the opportunity to serve on the media relations staff of the 2008 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional hosted by UDM at Ford Field.
A Michigan native, Jervey began his sports information career as a student assistant at Alma College while competing in football and basketball. He graduated in 2007 with bachelor of arts degrees in political science and history. On the gridiron, Jervey helped the Scots to a pair of Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association titles and was a Second Team All-MIAA selection at wide receiver as a senior.


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