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Andy Fledderjohann
Andy  Fledderjohann

Assistant Media Relations Director

Andy Fledderjohann joined the University of Virginia in March 2007. He handles publicity for the baseball, wrestling and men's soccer teams.

He received his bachelor's degree in journalism in 2002 from The Ohio State University and a master's degree in sports administration in 2007 from Marshall University.

Fledderjohann has served as the media coordinator for five NCAA Baseball Regionals in Charlottesville (2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and three Super Regionals (2010, 2011, 2013) and also was involved in the media relations efforts in several NCAA events while at Ohio State, including the 2000 Women's Golf Regional, 2004 Men's and Women's Basketball Regionals and 2005 Frozen Four.

While at Ohio State, he worked in the athletics communications office for four years as a student assistant. Following graduation, he worked in the Ohio State Publications Department as a graphic designer for three years.

Fledderjohann then worked in the Marshall University Sports Information department for two years, handling publicity for the baseball and men's soccer programs.

He also held an internship in 2001 with the United States Olympic Committee and was a member of the USOC staff at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City.


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