Jonathan Caudle enters his first year as a sports information coordinator at Tennessee Tech University, joining the Golden Eagle staff in August 2019. He coordinates publicity efforts for Tennessee Tech volleyball, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, and women’s track & field.
Caudle joins the Golden Eagles staff after serving as the sports information director at the University of Providence. During his time in Montana, he served as the primary media liaison for Argo Athletics and its 20 league-sponsored sports. With the Argos, he covered a pair of NAIA tournament appearances, in addition to seven individual NAIA postseason championship appearances. He facilitated the Frontier Conference cross country and Cascade Collegiate Conference championships, in addition to volunteering with the 2019 NAIA women’s basketball championship.
Prior to joining the Argo Athletics’ staff, Caudle served as a sports information and advanced media assistant with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, an NCAA Division II conference located in Colorado Springs. While at the RMAC, Caudle shared communications responsibilities for the conference's 15 member institutions and 23 league-sponsored sports.
During his time with the RMAC, Caudle wrote and disseminated conference press releases, facilitated the conference's player of the week voting, and served as the media relations coordinator during seven conference championships.
Caudle received his first experience in sports information when he served as an athletics communications intern at his alma mater, Texas Tech University. While at Texas Tech, Caudle served as the primary assistant for volleyball managing game day responsibilities, in addition to assisting with football, women's soccer, and men's and women's basketball.
Prior to his work in athletics communications, Caudle served as a social media intern within the Office of Communications and Marketing at Texas Tech University. In this capacity, Caudle acted as the voice of Texas Tech University, generating daily social content to bolster the brand of Texas Tech University.
A native of Houston, Caudle earned his master’s degree in mass communication with a focus in sports and media, in addition to his bachelor’s degree in public relations from Texas Tech University. He is an active member of College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).