For general athletics inquiries, call the UWF Athletics reception line at (850) 474-3003 or find the appropriate staff member in the staff directory.
The University of West Florida athletic communications staff coordinates the publicity and promotion of all 13 UWF athletic teams, including press releases, publications, statistical information, and the maintenance of the athletics website. The athletic communications staff also oversees the operations of the press box and scorer's table at UWF home events.
The athletic communications offices are located in room 136 in the UWF Field House, Building 54 on the main campus. The mailing address is the following:
University of West Florida Athletic Communications
11000 University Pkwy - Bldg 54
Pensacola, FL 32514
Media - Members of the media planning to cover Argonaut athletics should contact the UWF athletic communications staff. Working space at the press box/scorer's table is limited, so please contact the appropriate staff member ahead of time. Wireless Internet access is available at all home basketball and volleyball events. Members of the media will be provided with game notes, programs, statistics and any other relevant materials. Box scores will be available at certain intervals throughout the game, including play-by-play printouts if requested.
Interviews - All requests for player and coach interviews must be made through the athletic communications staff. Players and coaches will be available following a 10-minute "cooling off" period after each home game. Postgame interviews of visiting players and coaches will be available upon request.
Radio - All requests for radio and Internet broadcasts must be made through the athletic communications staff. Space is limited, so please make your request at least one week ahead of time to confirm availability. Courtesy phone lines are provided for visiting broadcasts at all home baseball, basketball, softball and volleyball events.
Game Day Staff:
Student-Athlete Questionnaire (only for current or incoming UWF student-athletes)