Ryan Workman started as the Sports Information Director at Coe College in May of 2006. Workman is a 2006 graduate of Waldorf College. While not attending Coe, it was a familiar campus to the family with his mother, two aunts and two uncles all attending the institution. Workman's uncle, Gary Long, is a member of the Coe Athletics Hall of Fame.
Workman oversees the website, social media, game statistics, sponsorships and handling the local and national media. During his time at Coe, Workman has covered 18 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, 91 All-Americans and seven NCAA National Champions in wrestling and track & field. Workman also served as the primary media contact for the 2009 Kohawk Softball team that finished second in the nation and is the only team in school history to ever play for a National Championship.
A member of the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA), Workman currently serves as a member of the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame Committee. At the 2016 CoSIDA Convention, Workman served as a panelist for Advocating and working with Graduate Assistants, Interns and Student Workers on NCAA Division III Day at the convention.