Seaver Re-Elected as President of The Collegiate Sports Video Association



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RALEIGH, NC The Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) has announced that Errol Seaver, Director of Football Visual Production for Scouting and Analytics for NC State Football, has been named the organization’s president. This re-election follows Seaver’s previous two years as CSVA’s President.

Seaver joined the NC State football program in the Spring of 2019. He previously held the title of Director of Football Video and Technology at BYU for six years.

Seaver and his staff are responsible for all technology utilized by the Wolfpack football team. This includes video of all practices and games, as well as opponent and NFL games. He organizes and manages the in-house and cloud-based statistical analysis tools the coaching staff uses in game strategy preparation. His department maintains access to content for over 60 computers and more than 150 iPads.

In addition to supporting coaches and players, Seaver is upgrading and improving audio / visual equipment throughout the Wendell H. Murphy Football Center and the Close-King Indoor Practice Facility. He and his staff have increased video quality and efficiency within the program by implementing new methods and equipment in an effort to be more productive.

He is in his second term serving as the president of The Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) and has also served as Vice President from 2018-2020 and Secretary from 2015-2018.

In May 2017, he was named the Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year by the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) for his work and display of determination, perseverance and technical skill. At the conclusion of the 2016 and 2017 seasons he received Independent Video Coordinator of the Year honors. He was previously named 2013 Sun Belt Conference Video Coordinator of the Year while at South Alabama. In 2015, he was elected to the Secretary of CSVA and was reelected for a second term in 2017. He currently serves as Vice President, a role he assumed in 2018 and was reelected for a two-year term in 2019.

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