The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced that Army West Point Senior Associate Athletic Director for Strategic Initiatives Bob Beretta has been named one of its six 2020 Hall of Fame inductees. Beretta will be honored at CoSIDA's 63rdannual convention this June.
"Bob Beretta has been a valued member of Army West Point Athletics in a myriad of ways since joining the team over 30 years ago," said Director of Athletics Mike Buddie. "He is a rare find in college athletics who has experience in so many areas and has made a true commitment to the staff and cadets at West Point. I am thrilled that CoSIDA is recognizing Bob for his consistent excellence as a professional and a person."
"I am tremendously honored and extremely humbled to be elected to the CoSIDA Hall of Fame," said Beretta. "I would like to thank Bill Little and his committee for their incredible work and dedication to the communications field. They are legends within the industry, and I cannot express enough gratitude for being recognized with this honor."
"I'd also like to thank the phenomenal team we assembled at West Point over the years. This award is a reflection of the professionalism and work ethic those talented individuals displayed every day and is a culmination of their unyielding commitment to excellence. They are the true hall of famers. I was just fortunate enough to be in the SID chair for that period of time. West Point is a special place comprised of special people. I've been blessed to remain part of this community for my entire professional career." Read more.