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Terruso is now eligible for the Bob Matey Award.
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Terruso assists the Purdue coaching staff with breakdown of game, practice and opponent films, while also coordinating film exchange with other schools and the taping of games from TV and satellite. Additionally, he assists with special team videos and projects.
Terruso was honored as the national Basketball Video Coordinator of the Year by the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) in June 2014.
After serving as a volunteer video coordinator at Purdue from 2001-02 and working as an intern in the athletics department at Duke University from 2002-03, Terruso was named a video graduate assistant for Boilermaker athletics in 2003. He held that position until 2005, when he was promoted to assistant sports video coordinator with men's basketball as his main focus.
The Plymouth, Indiana, native has served as assistant to the camp director for Purdue Basketball Camps since 2001. Terruso was also a student manager for the Boilermakers from 1997-01.
Terruso owns three degrees from Purdue, earning bachelor's degrees in biology and management in 2000 and 2001, respectively, and a Master's degree in sports management in 2006.
He and his wife, Lauren, have two sons, Henry and John.