GNAC, Streamline Technologies Launch New Web Site
The GNAC officially launched its new web site Monday.
The GNAC officially launched its new web site Monday.

Monday, August 20, 2012

PORTLAND, Ore. – In association with Streamline Technologies, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has unveiled a redesign of the conference website,

The new site boasts a number of new features that significantly increase access to GNAC news and coverage, including RSS feeds featuring news articles from around the conference footprint; an audio/video streaming portal featuring game coverage from all 10 member institutions; weekly podcasts featuring audio interviews with conference newsmakers; and links to all social media coverage throughout the conference.

The website also will showcase full coverage of all GNAC championship events throughout the academic year, highlighted by dedicated championship pages for each sport. Each institution also has its own informational page that features images from around the campus, quick facts, and links to their athletic and university web sites.

“Streamline Technologies was of immense help in shaping and building our new site,” said conference commissioner Dave Haglund. “Our primary goals in the redesign were built around the elements of presentation, navigation, information and inspiration. There are so many positive qualities to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, and we wanted to do our best to make sure we brought those out in the new web site. The hope is that our many GNAC fans will find the site easy to navigate and filled with up-to-date information on every GNAC sport.”

About the Great Northwest Athletic Conference

With members in five states and the Canadian province of British Columbia, and with a strong presence in or near the largest city of each, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has established itself as one of the top NCAA Division II athletic conferences in the nation during its 11-year history. Founded in 2001, GNAC teams have had a remarkable 62 NCAA Division II top 10 national team finishes in 14 of the 16 sports it sponsors. The 2011-12 academic year was perhaps the conference’s best, and was highlighted by Western Washington capturing the GNAC’s first NCAA Division II men’s basketball championship. Full-time members are: Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Central Washington, Montana State Billings, Northwest Nazarene, Saint Martin’s Seattle Pacific, Simon Fraser, Western Oregon, and Western Washington.

About Streamline Technologies

Streamline Technologies specializes in website and ticketing solutions for college athletics and professional sports teams. With an emphasis on custom designs integrated with the Streamline Content Management System (CMS), we produce websites that are easy to manage, enhance marketing efforts and expand revenue opportunities. Streamline Ticketing is a fully-integrated box office and internet ticketing application that puts venues in complete control of their ticketing operations. Streamline's client list includes colleges and Minor League Baseball teams from all levels and divisions.