Cedrique Flemming was hired to the TU media relations staff in August 2010, and he is currently in his second year with the department.
He serves as the secondary contact for football and men's basketball, and he is the direct media contact for men's and women's track and field, men's and women's tennis and men's and women's cross country. He also assists with Golden Hurricane women's basketball, men's soccer, women's soccer, softball and volleyball.
In his first year with the program, Flemming was the direct media relations contact for four Conference USA Championship teams (men's and women's cross country, men's and women's tennis), and he also covered three USTFCCCA All-Americans. The men's tennis team reached the NCAA Round of 16 in 2011 for the first time in program history, and the women's cross country team participated in the NCAA Championship for the first time in school history in 2010.
Flemming served as the media relations coordinator for two tennis tournaments last year - the 2010 D'Novo/ITA All-American Tennis Championship and the 2011 Tulsa USTA Men's Pro Circuit $10,000 Futures event. He was also the Press Row Coordinator for the 2011 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Second and Third Rounds hosted by Tulsa.
He has worked as the official statistician for the Tulsa Talons of the Arena Football League during the 2011 season, and he also covers high school football and basketball for the Muskogee Phoenix newspaper.
Prior to joining Tulsa, Flemming spent a year at Charleston Southern University where he served as the primary contact for the baseball, women's basketball, women's soccer and women's tennis teams. While at CSU, Flemming was the contact for the women's tennis team that won the Big South Conference regular-season championship, the first in school history.
Before his stint at CSU, Flemming spent two years at Bemidji (Minn.) State University serving as the graduate assistant athletic media relations director. He was the primary contact for the women's hockey, women's soccer and softball teams, and he was the secondary contact for the men's hockey team that advanced to the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four after winning the College Hockey America Championship.
Flemming earned his master of science degree in sport studies from Bemidji State in 2009. He received a bachelor of science degree in journalism from Kansas State University in 2007.
Flemming has also spent time as an employee for Sports Illustrated, Scout.com and the Associated Press.