A 19-year veteran of college athletics communications with experience at all three NCAA divisions, Eichelberger begins his first year at Catholic in 2018-19. He oversees the overall operation of the athletic communications office while serving as the primary contact for football, women's volleyball, men's basketball, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, men's rowing and women's rowing.
From 2008-15, Eichelberger spent seven years as the Associate Athletics Director and Sports Information Director at Stevenson University. He oversaw the media relations efforts for all of the athletic teams at Stevenson which expanded from 17 in 2008 to 27 in 2015, highlighted by the addition of football, men’s and women’s ice hockey and beach volleyball. He also served as the primary contact for the men’s lacrosse team in 2013 that was ranked No. 1 and won the NCAA Division III national championship.
Eichelberger implemented live video, live statistics and social media while assisting in the creation of SUTV and overseeing marketing and promotion, game operations and game entertainment. He served on various committees, including Hall of Fame, scheduling and recruiting.
Under Eichelberger, the 2011 Stevenson men’s lacrosse media guide was ranked No. 1 in the nation by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) while the 2013 football game program was No. 2. In addition, he established social media platforms at Stevenson that ranked at No. 98 out of 450 NCAA Division III schools according to d3socialmedia.com. As of July 6, 2015, Stevenson was No. 34 in Instagram, No. 69 in Twitter and No. 89 in Facebook.
After leaving Stevenson, Eichelberger worked as a media relations assistant at the University of Maryland, Towson University, Georgetown University and Loyola University of Maryland. He currently works as an official scorer for the Potomac Nationals as well as an official statistician for the Washington Wizards, Washington Mystics, Washington Valor and Baltimore Brigade.
Prior to Stevenson, Eichelberger spent four years at Shippensburg University from 2004-08, three years at Thomas More College, one year at Randolph-Macon College and one at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. He also worked as an intern for the Associated Press in Richmond, Virginia and the Frederick Keys.
Eichelberger currently lives in Manchester, Maryland with his wife, Bren, and their two daughters, Avery Grace and McKenna Faith.