Lisle Honored As SEC Top Video Coordinator
April 19, 2011
University of South Carolina Video Coordinator Joe Lisle was named the 2011 Collegiate Sports Video Association's SEC Video Coordinator of the Year.
Lisle was voted on by his peers in the SEC to become the Coordinator of the Year. He is now a finalist for the prestigious Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year. The National award will be handed out at the CSVA banquet on May 12, 2011.
Lisle, who has more than 20 years of video production experience, is in his 15th year as the Gamecocks' Football Video Coordinator.
Lisle, who was named the Athletics Department's Teammate of the Year for 2008-09, was honored as the Collegiate Sports Video Association's Outstanding SEC Video Coordinator in 2002.
Lisle came to South Carolina from the University of Memphis, where he was video coordinator for two years. While at Memphis he coordinated all sports' game-day and practice filming and production, and managed all video equipment maintenance and purchasing for the athletics department.
Lisle received his bachelor of science degree in mass communications with an emphasis in broadcast production from Middle Tennessee State in 1990. He assumed the role of video coordinator at his alma mater while in his last year of undergraduate study. Lisle also coached kickers at MTSU, including four who earned all-conference honors and one All-American.
The Bob Matey Award is presented to the individual who possesses the qualities and attributes that exudes the characteristics that are portrayed from the late Bob Matey, video coordinator from Texas A&M.