David Fish
David Fish
Title: Associate AD for Marketing
Phone: 615-460-6205
Email: david.fish@belmont.edu
Previous College: Belmont University

Belmont University Director of Athletics Scott Corley announced June 7, 2019 the promotion of David Fish to the position of associate athletic director for marketing.

Fish, who begins his seventh year within Belmont Athletics in 2019-20, will oversee all corporate sponsorship, licensing, ticketing, marketing and promotions related to the Bruin athletic program.

He spent five-plus years as director of athletic marketing and assistant director of athletic marketing.

A longtime campus fixture and Bruin supporter, Fish most recently served as Director of Young Alumni Programming within the Belmont University Office of Alumni Relations. Charged with capitalizing on Belmont's remarkable growth and positive momentum, Fish increased young alumni engagement and participation in campus initiatives, events and organizations.

Fish spent the previous three years as Senior Program Director at the Bellevue (Tenn.) YMCA & FiftyForward J.L. Turner Center, where he oversaw all internal and external communication and marketing.

Fish also spent two years as the Marketing and Sponsorship Director of the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association and four years as Assistant Director of Admissions within the Belmont University Office of Admissions.

The Paducah, Ky. native earned a bachelor's degree in broadcasting with a minor in business from Belmont in 2004, and earned a master's degree in sport administration from Belmont in 2007.

While an undergraduate, Fish revitalized and supervised the Motivational Organization of Belmont (M.O.B.) - the impassioned student section directly linked to significant Bruin home court successes over the years, which remains in existence to this day.

Fish also served as program director for the campus radio station, "The Voice."

An award bearing Fish's name is presented annually at the Bruins' Choice Awards to the most loyal and ardent Belmont student fan.

Fish, his wife Kelly, and their son, Lofton, reside in Bellevue.