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    James Dixon
    James Dixon

    Director of Media Relations

    Alma Mater:
    Northern Arizona (1996)

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    James Dixon was hired in July 2001 as the assistant director of media relations, and served as the primary contact for all women's sports, as well as handling the radio play-by-play for women's basketball. In September 2005, Dixon was named director of media relations and currently serves as the primary contact for Lumberjack football as well as SFA track and field, golf and women's tennis.

    Dixon has served as the primary contact for a Lumberjack football team that won back-to-back Southland Conference titles in 2009-10, and qualified for the NCAA FCS playoffs. During the 2010 season, Dixon organized the campaign to help quarterback Jeremy Moses receive the Walter Payton Award. Recognized as the FCS' version of the Heisman Trophy, it marked the first time in conference history that a player from the Southland has received the honor. In addition to Moses, Dixon has also coordinated the All-America campaigns for NFL draftees Dominique Edison (Tennessee Titans, 2009) and Jabara Williams (St. Louis Rams, 2011).

    During the 2006 and 2007 seasons, Dixon took on the role of radio play-by-play for the Lumberjack baseball team, and has also served as a host for the Lumberjack Sports Weekly television show.

    Dixon came to SFA after spending five years with the sports information office at Northern Arizona. During his time in Flagstaff, he served has the secondary contact for football, and was the primary media contact for the NAU men's basketball team during their run to the 2000 NCAA Championship tournament. While in Flagstaff, Dixon assisted in the campaign for the 1996 Walter Payton Award winner Archie Amerson.

    The 1996 NAU graduate is a member of CoSIDA.