Pfeiffer University Names K.C. Culler as Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

Pfeiffer University Names K.C. Culler as Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

Pfeiffer University Names K.C. Culler as Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

Misenheimer, N.C. (Aug. 30, 2018) – Pfeiffer University announces the hiring of K.C. Culler as Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Communications.

Culler joins the Falcons after spending nearly four years at Johnson C. Smith University in nearby Charlotte, N.C.

While at JCSU, he served as secretary of the CIAA Sports Information Directors Association and acted as the organization's vice president for the last two years.  He also served on the CIAA golf championship committee and the CIAA softball championship committee. He also was a voting representative for the CIAA in the NCAA Atlantic Regional Women's Basketball Poll.

This past spring, Culler was the host media relations coordinator for the 2018 NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships which were held on the JCSU campus and was also named the John Holley-CIAA Sports Information Director of the Year.

Prior to JCSU, he spent two years as the Sports and Aquatics Director for PH Pool Management in Charlotte. There, he supervised over 60 lifeguards and was responsible for the operations of four swimming pools in the Highland Creek neighborhood.

Culler gained experience working in sports information and athletics media relations by serving as a gameday worker and freelancer at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C.  He has also been a part of staffs at numerous ACC, Southern Conference, Bix XII, and NCAA Championships.

Culler earned his B.S. in Sport Management from Western Carolina University in 2000. While in Cullowhee, he was a student assistant in the WCU Sports Information office.  Following an internship at East Tennessee State University, he served as a graduate assistant in the Appalachian State University Sports Information Office.  While in Boone, he was the primary contact for field hockey, wrestling, men's and women's tennis, softball and track & field. He graduated from ASU in 2003 with a master's degree in Sport Management.
 
A native of the northern Winston-Salem suburb of Tobaccoville, N.C., Culler is married to the former Mo Lowery and lives in Salisbury, N.C. with their dogs, Bella & Moses.