Holly Krivokapich joins ASA/USA Softball
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—The Amateur Softball Association and USA Softball announced today the hiring of Holly Krivokapich of Farmington, N.M., as the new Assistant Director of Communications. Krivokapich’s duties will include serving as the assistant editor of Balls and Strikes Softball Magazine, maintaining information files on all USA Softball National Teams, developing a quarterly on-line magazine, serving as a liaison between local, regional and national media outlets as she travels with the various USA Softball National teams.
Most recently, Krivokapich completed an internship with the ABC Sports in New York City where she worked as a research analyst for upcoming events. A graduate of Texas Tech University, she worked four years in the Red Raider Athletic Communication Department where she served as the contact for the Softball, Volleyball, Women’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams.
“We are very excited to have an individual with Holly’s credentials join our staff at the Amateur Softball Association,” said Director of Communications Brian McCall. “She is definitely one of the rising stars in the industry and will make an immediate impact on our department.”
The Amateur Softball Association, founded in 1933, is the National Governing Body of amateur softball in the United States and a member of the United States Olympic Committee. As the National Governing Body, the ASA is responsible for identifying, selecting and training male and female athletes to compete in World, Pan American and Olympic competitions. It is also responsible for promoting and growing the sport of softball across the country.