WSU's Kevin Night Pipe is now up for a national video coordinator of the year award
Washington State announced Wednesday that football video coordinator Kevin Night Pipe has been voted the Pac-12’s video coordinator of the year. The award goes to the Pac-12 video coordinator who best demonstrates exemplary performance in the field of team video and surrounding technologies.
Night Pipe is now a finalist of the Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year award, which is voted on by a separate panel at the Collegiate Sports Video Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga. in May. The Bob Matey Award is presented to a video coordinator who shows innovation, determination, perseverance and technical skill.
Conference Video Coordinator who best demonstrates exemplary performance in the field of team video and surrounding technologies.
Night Pipe is entering his 17th season overseeing the management of WSU’s football video department. He’s a native of Madison, S.D. and a University of South Dakota alum.