In just over one and a half years at King, Chell has helped create social media acocunts to help promote all 25 Tornado athletic programs. He has served as the Conference Carolinas Softball Tournament host for the past four times, while being the primary statistician at the Conference Carolinas Basketball Tournament in 2014.
In 2015 he was voted the chair of the Sports Information Directors for Conference Carolinas and was a member of the Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) for women's soccer in the fall of 2015. In his time at King, eight student-athletes have earned CoSIDA Academic All-American honors and 22 have garnered CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition.
Chell has also been apart of some firsts for King, serving as the primary contact when King hosted their first live athletic event on national television when the men's basketball team hosted #18 Mount Olive on CBS Sports Network's Division II Game of the Week on January 3, 2015. The men's basketball team then hosted their first Conference Carolinas Tournament in the Student Center Complex in 2016. Since starting at King in March of 2013, Chell has covered eight national championship teams 14 Conference Carolinas Championship teams.
Prior to King, he served as an Athletics Communications Assistant at the University of Memphis. While at Memphis, Chell covered the women’s volleyball and women's golf teams, and served as the secondary contact for baseball. The Grantsburg, Wis., native helped created a Twitter account for the women’s golf program while managing both the volleyball and women’s golf Facebook and Twitter pages. Chell also was one of the primary statisticians for women’s volleyball and women’s basketball.
Chell earned his masters' from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin, where he spent three years as the Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant. While at Edgewood, he helped cover all 16 sports, while serving as the primary softball contact for three years. Chell also was the primary contact for men's and women's soccer for two years and volleyball for one year at Edgewood College. He worked with four programs that qualified for the NCAA tournament, including men's basketball, women's tennis, women's volleyball and men's golf.
He earned his MBA with a Marketing concentration from Edgewood College in 2012.
Prior to Edgewood, he attended Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wis., where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with a minor in Sports Management. A member of the baseball team at Lakeland, Chell also worked in the sports information office for three and a half years.
He is a member of CoSIDA and the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.