Nate Blythe returned to his alma mater, UCF, in 2014 and is in his first season serving as primary contact for men's soccer, softball and cross country and track and field. He graduated from UCF in 2009 and spent four years as a student assistant in the athletics communications.
He came back to Orlando after covering the Campbell women's basketball, softball and volleyball at Campbell for 18 months. He additionally served as the men's and women's tennis contact and assisting with the school's 21 sports.
Prior to working with the Fighting Camels, Blythe spent three campaigns at Chattanooga, where he earned his master's in business administration in 2012. He started off serving the softball and volleyball programs as an intern before being elevated to a graduate assistant following his first season.
The Stuart, Fla., native increased exposure for his sports at each stop by conducting pre and postgame video interviews with coaches and student-athletes. He also initiated and provided play-by-play radio for softball contests at home and on the road.
Blythe started his career as a student assistant at UCF by aiding the gameday media operations of baseball, football, softball and men's and women's basketball. In 2009, he served as the women's tennis contact and graduated with a bachelor's of science in information technology and minor in mass communication.
He was a part of the Knights' transition in opening two on-campus facilities Bright House Networks Stadium and the UCF Arena, now CFE Arena, in the fall of 2008.
Blythe has worked a number of marquee events throughout his career including the 2013 NCAA Women's Soccer Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park, 2010 NCAA Men's Golf Championship at The Honors Course, 2009 NCAA FCS Championship Game at Finley Stadium and numerous league championships. He served as the statistics coordinator at the 2011 and 2013 Battle4Atlantis Men's Basketball Tournament.