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Ohio Northern Sports Information Staff

Tim GlonTim Glon - Sports Information Director

Tim Glon is in his 18th year as the director of sports information at Ohio Northern University.

He received his bachelor’s degree in communications from Purdue in 1988 and his master’s degree in athletic administration from Marshall in 1991.

Glon is active in the College Sports Information Directors of America. He has served as vice-chair of the national publications contest committee, and has given numerous presentations at the national CoSIDA convention.

The ONU sports information department has received more than 20 CoSIDA media guide awards during his tenure.

He has also served as the president of the Ohio Athletic Conference Sports Information Directors Task Force.

Glon has been the media relations director for 21 NCAA Division III Championships events at ONU and has been involved with many other championships events.

He served as the sports information director of Team Stars & Stripes at the Tazon de Estrellas, a football all-star game held annually in Mexico,in December of 2010 and was the assistant media relations director for Team USA at the Aztec Bowl, another football all-star game held annually in Mexico, from 2002-07.

He also has experience with the Pan American Games and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball, Indoor Track & Field and Women's Volleyball championships.

Glon also served an assistant women’s basketball and softball coach at Ohio Northern in 1992.

He resides in Lima with his wife Bobbie and their son Harrison (9).

Monique Bowman - Assistant Sports Information Director

Monique Bowman is in her second year as the assistant sports information director at Ohio Northern.

Bowman previously interned as associate director for the Presidents’ Athletic Conference in Wexford, Pa. There, she was responsible for many marketing and communication efforts on behalf of the conference and its 19 sponsored sports.

She also brings experience from Fahlgren Mortine Public Relations, an agency in Columbus, Ohio, as well as years as a statistician for Columbus-area sports organizations and a writer for the Call & Post.

The Youngstown, Ohio, native graduated cum laude from Capital University, where she worked four years as a student assistant in Capital’s sports information department. Bowman is a 2005 recipient of the CoSIDA Undergraduate Scholarship (now the The Fred Nuesch-Dave Wohlhueter Scholarship).

Bowman is currently earning her master’s degree in sports administration at Bowling Green State University.

She resides in Ada.