Director of Football Operations / Video Coordinator
A recent graduate of Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in digital communications, Hannah Cesario was hired in July 2019 as the Cal Poly football team's Director of Operations and Video Coordinator.
At Oregon State, Cesario worked as a videographer and editor for Oregon State football. She also served as a production assistant and camera operator for Pac-12 Networks. "I am a football fanatic and pursued my love for sports through video during my time at OSU," said Cesario.
"I knew after college I wanted to continue in football and explore all the aspects of a football team," Cesario added. "Football operations was the goal. And I feel so fortunate that 16 days after graduating from Oregon State, I got the call from Cal Poly telling me I got the job as the new director of football operations and video coordinator."
Born and raised in West Linn, Oregon, "with a whole lot of love for my family!" Hannah's father, Sal Cesario, played football at Cal Poly in the early 1980s and was a 12th-round selection of the New York Jets in the 1986 National Football League Draft. He played three games at left guard for the Dallas Cowboys during the NFL strike in 1987.
Hannah's parents are Sal Cesario and Samantha Davi and she has one fraternal twin, Holly, younger sister Gracie, two step brothers, Kelton and Brogan, and stepmom Thalia.
Hannah is a graduate of Horizon Christian High School (Tualatin, Oregon) in 2015 and spent most of her time running and swimming for the Horizon Hawks and Wilsonville Wildcats.
"I have always been a Beaver fan and knew after being accepted into Cal Poly that I was set on Oregon State. But, excitingly enough, four years later I am joining my Dad’s alma mater!
"I am so stoked to be a Mustang! Ride High!"