|Position:||Women's Basketball, Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor Track & Field, Women's Outdoor Track & Field|
Maxx McNall joins the Quinnipiac University sports information staff in 2014 and will be the direct media contact for field hockey, women's basketball, women's lacrosse, men's and women's cross country and women's indoor and outdoor track and field.
McNall maintains his standing in Hamden after six years serving as an undergraduate assistant and then graduate assistant with the Quinnipiac University sports information staff. During his last two seasons he oversaw the day-to-day media contact responsibilities for seven varsity sports. He traveled with the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team throughout the past two seasons and covered a pair of NCAA Division I ice hockey championships including the Men's Frozen Four in 2013 and helped in the execution of the Women's Frozen Four in 2014.
Having promoted the Bobcats' first-ever Hockey Humanitarian Award nominee, McNall has experience in helping student-athletes gain recognition for not only their athletic prowess but their dedication off the playing surface.
McNall continues working towards a master’s degree in public relations after having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in print journalism and minor in political science at Quinnipiac. In his undergraduate years he served as sports information assistant and was a four-year contributor as a staff writer to the student-run Quinnipiac Chronicle.
During the summer of 2011, he contributed with the making of "Cutting Vermont" on the mobile and tablet production The Asphalt. He developed a Google Map, three-minute video, and two-minute podcast relating to the cut of the University of Vermont’s baseball program. The venture featured the work of three former Quinnipiac students along with a faculty member and was published in the spring of 2012.
As a senior, he completed an internship with the Connecticut Sun during the 2011 season, serving as the public relations intern. He assisted with the media relations department on game note production, web content, statistical analysis, quotes, data entry, event support, photography, player interviews, media credentials, and game setup.
He is the son of Glenn and Karen McNall and was born in Fairfax, Vt.