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Rick Waggener
Video & Technology Director

Small College Basketball
waggs22@sbcglobal.net
816-365-6800

Rick has been a director, videographer and Emmy nominated editor for over 20 years working freelance for most of the time following earlier stints with the local NBC affiliate, a video production company and the Kansas City Royals. He has had the opportunity to travel and work extensively throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean and heading to Barcelona, France and Italy on behalf of clients such as the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Pediatricians, American College of Cardiologists, and CreativeOne Marketing. 

He directs many large production events such as the National High School Hall of Fame the NIAAA Hall of Fame and the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Ceremony and also direct Bra Couture KC. Bra Couture KC raises money to support cancer related services for uninsured/underinsured cancer patients in Kansas City. I also produce for the World Outreach Foundation and recently produce a documentary on a medical mission to Mindoro Philipeans.

He just completed working on the production of a sports documentary entitled The Sandlot Journey! Featuring Ned Yost, Frank White, Cat Osterman, Kevin Seitzer as well as many major league and Olympic softball players. 

Rick most recently directed the Small College basketball Inaugural Hall of Fame In Evansville, Indiana. Inductees included Earl the Pearl Monroe, Jerry Sloane, Travis "Machine Gun" Grant, Bevo Francis, Luke Jackson and many others.