PR staff among "Super 11" nationally recognized for servicing media during 2012 football season.
David Kaye is in his fourth year in the Baylor Athletic Communications office. He serves as the primary contact for men's basketball and golf, and he assists with football duties and production of Baylor football's Game Day Program.
Kaye spent his first three years on the Baylor staff as assistant director, serving as the media contact for baseball and A&T and assisting with football, where he contributed to the successful Heisman Trophy campaign for Robert Griffin III in 2011. He was promoted to associate director when he transitioned to men's basketball duties in August 2012.
Kaye joined the Baylor staff in November 2009 after spending 16 months at the University of South Alabama. Kaye started at USA as an intern and was later promoted to assistant media relations director. He served as the primary contact for Jaguar baseball and women's golf, and was the secondary contact during USA's inaugural football season.
Prior to joining the staff at USA, Kaye spent two years as a student intern in the Baylor Athletic Media Relations office. In addition to assisting the baseball contact, he also worked with football, men's basketball and women's basketball in his time as a student.
After graduating from Katy High School, Kaye began his studies at Baylor in the fall of 2002. He joined the Army Reserve in May 2003, and, two weeks before the completion of his junior year at Baylor, he was called to active duty. After a three-month extended training session, he was deployed to the Middle East. He spent two months in Kuwait and Uzbekistan before being stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan, for the final 10 months of his deployment.
After returning home, Kaye resumed his studies at Baylor and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism - Public Relations in May 2008.
Prior to entering the media relations field, Kaye gained experience as a sportswriter with the Waco Tribune-Herald and The Baylor Lariat newspapers.
Kaye is a member of College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA), National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).
A native of Katy, Texas, he is married to the former Emily Ingram of Bastrop, La., who graduated from Baylor in 2005 and works in Baylor University Development.