Annabelle Vaughan Myers is in her 16th year with the Wolfpack as the Assistant Athletics Director for Communications. Myers, whose primary responsibility is coverage of the football program, joined the department in October of 1998.
Myers and her staff coordinate the communications and media relations efforts for the Wolfpack athletic program. Her office writes and edits all athletic publications, including game programs and media guides, and coordinates all press conferences and interviews with Wolfpack student-athletes, coaches and staff.
During her career, Myers has earned more than 21 CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) for excellence in publications and for writing. In 2001, she was the national winner in the CoSida Writing Contest.
For seven years, Myers served on the NCAA's Final Four Media Coordination Committee, which handles all of the media aspects at the men's basketball championship every season.
Myers came to NC State from East Tennessee State University, where she served as Assistant AD for Media Relations from 1994-98. At ETSU, she was responsible for overseeing the media relations activities for the 16-sport program.
Prior to her stint at East Tennessee, Myers served as an Assistant Sports Information Director at Clemson University from 1989-94, working extensively with the football, men's basketball, and the track and field programs. She also served as editor for many of Clemson's award-winning media guides and game programs, including the 1992 football media guide, which was named "Best in the Nation" by CoSIDA.
A native of Florence, S.C., Myers began her Sports Information career in 1986 as a student assistant at Clemson under legendary SIDs Bob Bradley and Tim Bourret. She also worked as a graduate assistant in the Clemson Sports Information Office from 1987-89. Vaughan graduated magna cum laude in 1987 with a degree in English and a minor in communications. She also completed coursework for a master's degree in English.
She serves on the NC State Athletic Hall of Fame selection committee .
Myers is married to former Wolfpack basketball player Ernie Myers. They are the proud parents of Ernest (20) and Emerson (6).