MIAC Releases ‘Quality Athletics’ Video Produced By Women’s Hockey’s Carolyn Draayer

Posted on February 11th, 2014 by

St. Paul, Minn. – As part of its identity initiative, the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) office released a promotional video entitled “MIAC: Quality Athletics” on Tuesday afternoon.  The video was conceptualized, directed, and produced by Gustavus women’s hockey player Carolyn Draayer (Jr., Deephaven, Minn.), who was contracted by the conference after producing a promotional video for the Gustavus women’s hockey team and the “Be The Difference” series for the Gustavus Athletic Department.

Women’s Hockey Promotional Video:  Women’s Hockey Video

Be The Difference Series:  Men’s Swimming and Diving  |  Women’s Swimming and Diving  |  Men’s Hockey  |  Women’s Hockey  |  Gymnastics  |  Men’s Basketball  |  Women’s Basketball

In a press release from the MIAC, Carolyn was quoted as saying, “I was asked if I could replicate the same dramatic and intense feel of the Gustavus women’s hockey video for all 13 schools of the MIAC.  It seemed like an enormous and somewhat daunting, but exciting, feat when they first pitched the idea to me … I’m thrilled with how the video turned out … I could not be more grateful for this incredible learning experience and the opportunity to promote my conference.”

To read the conference’s release, click on the following link: MIAC Release

Draayer and the Gusties will be back on the ice this weekend in a crucial series against conference-leading St. Thomas.  The two teams will square off in St. Peter on Friday night before heading to Mendota Heights for game two of the series on Saturday afternoon.


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