OVERLNAD PARK, Kan. - The Johnson County Community College sports information office, led by Tyler Cundith, along with JCCC photographer Susan McSpadden and graphic designer Randy Breeden, was recognized for their work on eight publications and one poster at the annual College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) convention in Orlando. JCCC's nine awards were the fifth most issued, behind Slippery Rock University (17), West Virginia University (15), Oklahoma University (11) and Washburn University (10).
JCCC's 2018 men's soccer guide and men's basketball postseason guide were judged best in the nation by CoSIDA while the covers for the women's basketball guide and volleyball postseason guide were named best in nation.
The women's basketball, softball and softball postseason guides finished second in the nation. The men's basketball guide finished third in the nation and the women's soccer poster placed seventh nationally.
Cundith has finished in the top five in the country for total awards 16 times in his career, and led the country five times. He was won 269 national awards for publications and writing, including 252 by CoSIDA. He has had 120 publications judged best in the nation, 115 by CoSIDA.