Gary Demski was named Coordinator of Athletics at Frederick Community College on October 1, 2014, and promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics with sports information responsibilities on July 1, 2015. His responsibilities include assisting the Director of Athletics with overseeing all administrative aspects related to the leadership and supervision of Cougar Athletics initiatives involving the college’s nine intercollegiate athletic programs.
Gary also works gameday for the Baltimore Ravens public relations department. At the start of the 2019 season, he was promoted to Press Box Supervisor with the Ravens.
Prior to his appointment at FCC, Demski served as the Executive Director of Athletics & Activities at Indiana University South Bend from 2009-2014. His additional responsibilities at IUSB included Sports Information and serving as Director of the Student Activities Center multi-purpose facility.
As Executive Director of Athletics & Activities, Demski oversaw all intercollegiate athletic teams and was responsible for a staff of coaches, administrators, and student workers. He managed athletic facilities and facility improvements, coordinated all athletic fundraising initiatives and was responsible for compliance with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
From 2003-08, Demski served as Director of Student Activities and assistant baseball coach at Purdue University North Central. He played an integral role in the athletic department at PNC, expanding sports and raising scholarship funds for student-athletes. In 2006 as a member of the PNC baseball staff, the Panthers set the single-season wins mark at 32-20. For his hard work and dedication, Demski was recognized as Student Service "Employee of the Year" in 2007.
In 2009, Demski was named a recipient of the South Bend Michiana 40 Under Forty group which recognizes persons who demonstrate leadership, initiative, and dedication in pursuing their careers and who invest themselves in others through their involvement in civic and charitable organizations.
A native of South Bend, IN, Demski is a graduate of South Bend Washington High School. He received his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University (Bloomington, IN) and earned his Master's degree in Sports Administration with high honors from Valparaiso University (Valparaiso, IN).
Gary and his wife Kelly reside in Frederick, Maryland.
Valparaiso University - Master of Science - Sports Administration
Indiana University - Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology, Sports Communications
The Demski File
July 2014 - Present: Frederick Community College - Assistant Director of Athletics & Sports Information
Oct. 2014 - June 2014: Frederick Community College - Coordinator of Athletics
2019 - Present: Baltimore Ravens - Gameday Press Box Supervisor
2015 - 2019: Baltimore Ravens - Gameday Press Box Assistant
2009 - 2014: Indian University South Bend – Executive Director of Athletics & Student Life, Sports Information Director, Student Activities Center Director
2008 - 2009: South Bend Clay High School - Director of Athletics
2003 - 2008: Purdue University North Central - Director of Student Activities & Assistant Director of Athletics, Sports Information Director
1995-2003: WSBT & FOX Television Stations - Multimedia Photojournalist
Since Demski's Arrival At FCC
2014-15: Men’s Basketball- Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Champions- 1st time in school history
2015: Baseball- Region XX DII Tournament Champions, Northeast District Champions, World Series Participants
2015 Volleyball- Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Champions- 1st time in school history
2015: Volleyball National Tournament Participants- 1st time in school history
2015-16: Men’s Basketball National Tournament Participants- 1st time in school history
2016: Men’s Soccer Co-Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Champions- 1st time in school history
2016-17: Registered highest number of student-athletes in school history on MD JUCO (23) and NJCAA (14) All-Academic Teams
2017-18: Finished second in Men's Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Cup Standings, highest ever ranking in school history
2018: Women's Soccer reached NJCAA DI Region XX Final Four for the first time in school history
2019: Baseball- Region XX DII Tournament Champions
2019: Women's Soccer qualified for District Championship - 1st time in school history
2020-21: Men's Soccer- Region XX DI Postseason Tournament Champions - 1st time in school history
2021: Baseball- Region XX DII Tournament Champions, World Series Participants