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More storylines around the Supreme Court's overturn of PASPA:
+ College Football Playoff boss Hancock says it's premature for him to comment as there's been no discussion with leadership on the potential of Las Vegas as a host city. Hancock does note it's hard to imagine scheduling future games in a market where a stadium is still under construction. At the same time, "We’re always gonna be excited about a new world class stadium. That’s the bottom line for us: Let’s give our athletes the chance to compete in a really cool place … a lot of things will happen before our term comes up, in particular what does the NCAA do (about its bylaws). We’ll be watching." (link)
+ High-profile WBB analyst Antonelli continues waving her hand, believes it's even more obvious now that the sport should leverage the spotlight of Vegas, "We (women’s sports) are usually a tagalong, we’re an add-on, a bonus. I want to be our own inventory … I want to be a sellable entity. Vegas wants us. They want women’s basketball. Think about what we could do if we had the Sweet 16 there. I imagine it could be ingrained in the community like baseball and softball are with their championships. I don’t think Omaha and Oklahoma City started out as destination cities— the NCAA brought sports to communities that wanted them. Vegas already is a destination city." Former Arizona/UNLV AD Livengood says it may take time, but points to alcohol now being allowed at NCAA championship events. Louisville WBB HC Walz a big fan of Antonelli's idea. (link)
+ From Big Ten meetings, Illinois AD Whitman says it's crucial for leaders in the space to have "flexibility - what I call 'institutional agility,' (which is) the ability to adapt and change based on the circumstances around us." Whitman's comments were also in connection to name, image, likeness issues. (link)
+ Iowa AD Barta is "looking forward to having great conversations" on the topic (link)
+ Missouri State AD Moats: "There's a lot of things we can agree and disagree about, but the purity and the integrity of the game is what we all love and that can't be affected. You can't lose the integrity of the game or you've lost everything. […] If the NCAA can figure out how to police it and set it up from a revenue structure standpoint that makes sense — each state is going to have to do it — but the NCAA is going to have to be involved and we'll see how that's going to work. If it can be done, I'm not totally against it, but I'd like to see how they're going to come out of it and what's going to be involved." (link)
+ Texas AD Del Conte, overall, "Why can’t we do it?" What about a betting parlor in Royal-Memorial Stadium, "I don’t foresee that ever happening here." (link)
+ Kansas AD Zenger: "This is truly a door that has opened that none of us foresaw even two years ago. So it is going to take a great deal of thought to find our place in an arena that we've been forbidden from all of our lives. […] It's just not something that you solve in a day or a week or a month. But I can't imagine we wouldn't have to assign governance to it." (link)
+ LEAD1's McMillen: "Eighty percent of our athletic directors have indicated that they oppose college sports betting. Our athletic directors are concerned not only about the vulnerability of young student-athletes to inducements of point shaving, but by the increased compliance costs to keep their programs clean. We have seen these cost increases in athletic programs in Nevada (for example, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)) where sports betting is legalized, and these compliance costs can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. It is crucially important that states help athletic departments secure the extra resources to ensure that student-athletes stay out of trouble. A point-shaving scandal would be catastrophic to an athletic department and university." (link)
+ NBA Commish Silver details how his league will push for federal control. (link)
+ Here's a good look at where thinks stand state by state. (linklink)
USA Today's Berkowitz with some updates on the Alston-Jenkins case, "In filing requested by judge, Alston/Jenkins plaintiffs say they're available to start trial against NCAA over athlete-compensation limits in July, August or September. In filing requested by judge in Alston/Jenkins cases, NCAA continues to maintain its lawyers' schedules should result in delay of trial to at least June 2019. September start is 'less objectionable' but does not afford 'adequate time and opportunity to prepare.'" There’s also, as you might expect, a difference of opinions on if the two cases should stay together or break apart (and be dismissed, per the NCAA). The NCAA believes "'fairness, efficiency and due process' require District Judge Claudia Wilken to clarify how she intends to handle several aspects case and to make certain pre-trial demands of plaintiffs." (link - scroll down)
Berkowitz was also on fire last night with 2016 pay data from a handful of notable private schools & some interesting conference cash info. Former USC AD Haden credited with 2.8M in compensation. From 2011 through 2016 Haden earned $15.7M, a span of time when Notre Dame boss Swarbrick pulled in $9.9M ($1.6M in 2016). Big Ten Commish Delany credited with $2.5M in '16, though the figure does not include any proceeds from his $20M future bonus pay. FY17 Big Ten payouts for members was ~$37M, though newbies Nebraska, Maryland & Rutgers received $25.4M, $25.5M & under $11M, respectively. Looks like the Terps received loans from the league in excess of $35.4M over its first three years that will be paid back against future distributions. More. (linklink)
Auburn AD Greene taking his time to understand the lay of the land on The Plains before he starts making moves, "I have a better understanding, but I don't have a great enough understanding yet to be able to say, 'Here's what we're going to do and here's when we're going to do it.' It'll come when it comes." Greene mentions getting a feel for "culture, what administrators & coaches feel like is needed, getting to know the President & his cabinet, and getting to know the community." Points to some facility projects in the mix, but stops short of noting exact phases of progress. (link)
Michigan State Interim AD Beekman participated in Big Ten spring meetings, but still has not addressed the media during his three-month tenure. Still no timetable on a permanent AD decision in East Lansing. (link); Michigan AD Manuel says one discussion item was visiting FB locker room safety, as well as sideline protocols to ensure student-athlete health. Manuel: "So we did have a great conversation about that. Thorough. I think everybody's moving in the right direction for the visiting team so we all can have some consistency. It's not going to be perfect, but have some consistency." (link)
CBSSports.com's Dodd is the latest to go in on the Pac-12's current standing, gets quotes from some league leaders on the state of affairs. Washington State Prez Schulz: "This is a concern of the Pac-12 presidents (revenue gap with other P5s), and I can tell you it's a large discussion point with meetings with the commissioner at every single meeting. [...] The Pac-12 schools have got to be competitive with the ACC, the SEC and the Big Ten and Big 12, and we're falling behind." Arizona State AD Anderson points directly to dissatisfaction with cash being produced by the Pac-12 Networks. Dodd notes conflicts around future FB matchups won't be pushed to FS2, but instead Fox Business Channel. (link); Pac-12 Hotline's Wilner continues his look at the league's finances, clarifies, "I should have been more clear on the difference between the potential for structural inefficiency and the intent of the people within that structure. A conflation existed in my analysis that should not have been present." (link)
Another good article to show your advancing FB student-athletes, this one from The Athletic, "Since 2014, the College Advisory Committee (CAC) has been advising players who aren’t projected to go in the first or second rounds to stay in school. In a study by The Athletic of every underclassman who went pro since 2013, 35 percent became first- or second-rounders. The rest are taking a significant risk by leaving college early, especially considering more than 30 percent have gone undrafted." Also, "According to the NFL, only 10 of the 30 underclassmen who went undrafted in 2017 requested an assessment. All 10 were advised to stay in school. It’s also instructive to note the CAC has successfully steered a long list of players back to school." Lots more, deep read. (link)
New ESPN Prez Pitaro met with the media after his company's upfront presentation yesterday, focus is to create content that attracts a wider audience & a younger one. Pitaro says the Worldwide Leader does have interest in the sports gambling space, "pleased with the number of people using ESPN+ and the ad rates," focuses on innovation, storytelling, audience expansion & direct to consumer opportunities. (link)
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College Football is the second most popular sport in the U.S. per a bevy of 2017 data released by the National Football Foundation. 47.6M fans attended games around the nation last season, over 200M watched on TV & the bowl season generated 122M sets of eyeballs. NFF Prez/CEO Hatchell: "We saw a big shift this year in the metrics and how things are measured with the adaptation of total live audience numbers by several media outlets. The need for the switch highlights that fans truly are reveling in the vision of college football anytime, anywhere and on any screen." Overall fan growth for the sport in 2017 pegged at 1.4M. Lots more. (link)
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ACC leadership debated potential changes to student-athlete transfer rules at the league's spring meetings. N.C. State FB HC Doeren: "We don't think that immediate eligibility is the solution. We think that creates a lot more unintended consequences. The tampering that could go into the recruitment model – basically free agency." North Carolina MBB HC Williams: "The coaches think that it would be chaos. If I sit you on the bench in the second half and you leave and go play somewhere else the next week." Duke’s Krzyzewski: “…don't go through the process where you're playing games with them. If a youngster wants to transfer, (coaches) facilitate that. But (we would) handle it the same way, where you sit out a year." (link)
Alabama FB HC Saban on UCF's claims of being a National Champion, "They can make every claim that they should have been in the Playoff. I get that. But we have a system and it’s not fair to the people who went through the system and earned their way playing really, really good teams — I mean really good teams — and really tough games. It’s not quite fair to them for somebody else just to decide to [claim a national championship]. [...] All the national championships that we won, we had to play somebody to win them. And we got in the game because of the season we had." (link)
The jury in the McNair v. NCAA trial can't quite make up its mind, per the LA Times' Fenno, "McNair jury told the judge they're deadlocked  8-4, one vote from a verdict. No indication what question on the nine-question verdict form they're on or otherwise what way they're leaning. […]  The judge is inclined to order them to continue deliberating, 'I got the impression there was some more than just gentle disagreement in the jury room.'" (link)
Louisville is pushing former MBB HC Pitino to admit to 53 instances included in Pitino's breach of contract lawsuit against the university, including that sport agent Dawkins was allowed at a practice a mere nine days before the MBB-FBI developments blew up. The Athletic Association says Pitino is basically admitting to the claims by not denying them. (link); More legal news for the Cards as it denies discrimination in the exit of former Assoc. AD for Human Resources Maffet. U of L denies a laundry list of claims by Maffet, though it does admit to, "athletic director Vince Tyra told Maffet she needed to resign or would be fired and that she was escorted out of the building 'due to her disorderly conduct.'" (link)
Former Eastern Michigan student-athlete, standout Wrestler Willer, along with his wife, a fellow EMU alum, have sued the university on the grounds it violated open records laws in announcing the discontinuation of four sports. A statement from the university says the claims are "without merit in all regards." Questions seem to surround the role of the Board, with each of its members listed in the lawsuit, as Eagles AD Wetherbee noted lengthy conversions with the Board before a decision was made. (link)
It's Personnel: Michigan AD Manuel says he wants both FB HC Harbaugh & MBB boss Beilein to finish their careers in Ann Arbor. Acknowledges a new deal in the works for Beilein. (link); The 10-year extension for Florida Atlantic FB HC Kiffin still isn't squared away in full, but his buyout from now until December 12 is $2M & then drops to $1.5M with a subsequent $500K each December 12th to follow. (link); Who says you can't go home again? New ECU MBB HC Dooley is back in Greenville, "You’ve got a multiple-bid league, which we didn’t have. You’ve got a practice facility, which we didn’t have. I don’t know many places that have a better weight and strength and conditioning center than we do. So you start those types of deals, that all helps right from the get-go." More on the state of the Pirates' program from The Athletic's Brown. (link); Pepperdine AD Potts goes with Notre Dame AHC Schaechterle as his new Men's Tennis HC. (link)
UTSA AD Campos has been focused on engaging with the San Antonio community & support groups for the Roadrunners since her arrival in January, calls her early experiences "uplifting, exciting and really engaging." Campos was quick to extend MBB HC Henson, "The minute I got hired, I had a lot of people reach out to me and tell me what a great individual Steve was and then I saw it firsthand in a short amount of time. It was getting to know him for the first couple of months, and then I was able to recognize it really early, what an incredible individual he is and again, how he can create success in a very short time." Henson, in turn, says "we are going to get something done quickly" on the facilities front. (link)
Montana athletics will receive direct institutional support in the amount of $6.69M, up from $6.26M last year, but the Grizzlies overall athletic budget for FY18 will dip to $19.6M, down slightly from FY17's $21.1M. At 34%, UM's athletic department is the least subsidized in the Big Sky. The university is facing a $10M deficit, due in part to low enrollment, but AD Haslam is optimistic: "Our mission in athletics is to be as self-sufficient as we possibly can. And we feel the same pain that everyone feels across campus. But we're going to stay optimistic, and we're going to stay positive, and we're going to do all we can to generate as much revenue as we can." Further details into the budget: $5.2M in ticket sales, $1.34M in student fees and $2M in royalties and related income. Donations stand at $1.5M currently, compared to last year's $9.4M. Lots more here on the state's allocation across different institutions. (link)
Former Central Michigan student-athlete Michael Franckowiak and his wife and fellow alum, Gay Ebers-Franckowiak, committed $1M in 2016 toward the Chippewa Champions Center before the initial renderings were revealed. The couple's generosity was honored at a CMU FB game at that time and gets the profile treatment from the Chippewa Athletic Fund now. Ebers-Franckowiak: "The Chippewa Champions Center is an important milestone for our football program, and it will truly put a big smile on our faces upon its completion. We sincerely hope our contribution will encourage fellow alumni to give back. [...]  We have watched our alma mater evolve into a major university over the last 40 years. Football allows Central Michigan University to showcase and highlight the success of its athletes and students both on and off the field." (link)
"It’s bigger than the MEAC. It resonates through a lot of schools. It was a boycott where people were not going to play Hampton. And if they did play Hampton, they would charge us an unreasonable guarantee. There was some unhappiness with us going to a predominantly white conference. This is a university decision. … It doesn’t take our HBCU relationships for granted at all. It widens our net." That's Hampton AD Marshall on what he calls the "boycott" by schools that refused to play the Pirates in Football this season. HU's schedule was released yesterday and includes opponents from five different classifications: three Big South teams in Monmouth, Charleston Southern and Presbyterian, five HBCU's in Shaw, Tennessee State, Lane College, Virginia University and Mississippi Valley State. Hampton will also play FCS powerhouse Northern Iowa, DIII SUNY-Maritime and the NAIA's St. Andrews. (link)
Facilities: Tennessee AD Fulmer taking the "cautious" approach as he involves himself in the $340M renovation of Football's Neyland Stadium, a project that now spans the tenures of multiple UT ADs. He also noted this week that upgrades could be ahead for Baseball's Lindsey Nelson Stadium as he calls it the lone Vols' facility "not up to par." (link); Missouri State enters its final year on the $240K/year contract to play Baseball at Hammons Field and although AD Moats would prefer to continue playing home games there, the certainty of that is unknown as the John Q. Hammons company bankruptcy case is still ongoing. (link); $5M has already been raised toward the $10M goal to build a hall of honor inside Texas' Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The existing food court on the ground floor will be the home of the project, which could begin as early as January. (link); North Texas might name a new residence hall after the legendary "Mean" Joe Greene.(link); North Dakota State gets the go-ahead from the finance committee of the State Board of Education for a $37.2M indoor practice facility that will include a practice field, weight room, locker rooms, sports medicine space, meeting locations and a recruiting area. The full State Board must now give approval, followed by the state Legislature in order for the Bison to move forward. All funds will be privately raised according to the proposal. (link)
Also Noticed: Tailgate Guys continues to grow, this time PRE Athletics & Hospitality, a division of TG, signs a deal with the 2018 International Champions Cup to "bring premium hospitality services to the biggest soccer matches in North America." (link); Utah Valley University signs on with IMG College Licensing through July 2028. (link); Former Wisconsin Football student-athlete Ball has established the Montee Ball Fund, "aimed at providing additional funding for mental health and education support services for student-athletes at the university." (link); The 2018 Gavitt Tipoff games have been announced: Georgetown at Illinois, Wisconsin at Xavier, Michigan at Villanova, Seton Hall at Nebraska, Marquette at Indiana, Ohio State at Creighton, Penn State at DePaul, and St. John’s at Rutgers. (link); The FBA has released the full bowl schedule for the upcoming season. Things kickoff with the Celebration Bowl on Sat. Dec. 15 and wrap up with the CFP National Championship on Monday, Jan. 7. (link); Florida State will open the 2019 Football season against Boise State in Jacksonville, official announcement expected today. (link)
Kraft Heinz CEO Hees leads a massive company that did more than $25B in sales in 2016. How does he view the challenge of being a relative young CEO (47 years old) of such a large entity? "We normally think of C.E.O.s as the people who have the answers, right? I think C.E.O.s are the ones that have the questions. If you can provide the right framework and questions, the consumers, clients, customers, factory managers, supply chain — they have the answers. The important piece is to recognize and learn fast. New mistakes are welcome. But learn from the old ones. And try to not repeat the same mistakes. That means you are not learning, and that is a problem in any organization." (link)
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(NEW!) Senior Associate Athletic Director (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): The position will oversee, direct, and manage all aspects of Athletic Fund Raising, Sponsorships, Marketing, Merchandise, and Licensures associated with the MTSU Athletic department. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Associate/Assistant Athletics Director, Compliance (Seton Hall University / South Orange, NJ): This position’s primary responsibilities include but are not limited to, all compliance related activities for (14) assigned sports. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Major Gifts & Advancement (Rose Bowl Stadium / Pasadena, CA): The global icon and National Historic Landmark Rose Bowl Stadium is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Major Gifts & Advancement within its 501c3 organization, the Legacy Foundation. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director for Athletics Giving Programs (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Assistant Director for Athletics Giving Programs is a member of a team of development and advancement professionals within a dynamic and growing athletics program. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (Bethany College / Bethany, WV): Bethany College (DIII), a member of the Presidents Athletics Conference, seeks a dynamic and energetic leader to become its new Director of Athletics. More details HERE

Director of Advancement- Senior Associate Athletic Director (University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago, IL): The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) invites applications for the Director of Advancement/Senior Associate Athletic Director role. TO APPLY DIRECTLY, GO TO http://jobs.uic.edu/Chicago. More details HERE.

Assistant Director - Ticket Operations (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): The Stanford University Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER) is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Director, Ticket Operations. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Compliance (Southern Methodist University / Dallas, TX): The Assistant Director of Compliance assists with the day-to-day operations of Athletics Compliance Office. More details HERE.

Outbound Ticket Revenue Manager (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Increase season ticket sales, mini plan sales, & group sales. Hiring/training of staff. Working with Marketing & Ticket Office on football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, & softball ticket sales. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Athletics - Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives (Brown University / Providence, RI): This position serves as a key member of the Department of Athletics senior management team with a specific focus on diversity & inclusion initiatives. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director 4 (Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing) (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State University Intercollegiate Athletics is seeking an Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing. Please view full job description at http://apptrkr.com/1220291. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Ticket Services (Kansas State University / Manhattan, KS): Oversee daily TO operations. Primary contact for w-basketball and w-soccer, & baseball supervision. More details HERE.

Post-Graduate Athletic Intern - Event Management (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): This position will assist and manage athletic events for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Assist in managing Big 12 events, NCAA events and high school events. Apply at https://bit.ly/2KfigB6. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Athletic Communications (Baylor University / Waco, TX): The Associate Director of Athletic Communications is responsible for coordinating outgoing messaging to shape, enhance and protect the Baylor Athletics brand and image. More details HERE.

Assistant AD for Major Gifts (Temple University / Philadelphia, PA): Incumbent will devise strategies and be responsible for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship with the purpose of advancing donor levels with major gifts and leadership annual gifts. More details HERE.

DIR/MULTIMEDIA SERVICES (Central Michigan University / Mount Pleasant, MI): Create & manage content including productions, broadcasts, social media/website, scripting, videoboard content, promotions, music, live broadcasts on ESPN3. Oversee budget, equipment & staff. More details HERE.

Asst Dir-Athletics & Director of Philanthropy (Eastern Washington University / Cheyney, WA): Eastern Washington University is currently seeking an ASSISTANT DIRECTOR-ATHLETICS & DIRECTOR OF PHILANTHROPY. To apply and view job detail, please visit http://www.Click2Apply.net/m5pjd5nnxyrfcmzh.

Director of Athletics (Clayton State University / Morrow, GA): Clayton State University, a member of the Peach Belt Conference, is seeking an Athletic Director responsible for managing all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. More details HERE.

Director-Managerial (Standard) Associate Athletic Director - Development (University of Texas at El Paso / El Paso, TX): Associate Athletic Director Directs, coordinates, and implements all fundraising initiatives for Department of Athletics. UTEP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities & Event Management (Tulane University / New Orleans, LA): The Assistant AD, Facilities/Event Management reports directly to the Sr. Associate AD, Business & Operations. Manages the day-to-day aspects of facilities maintenance activities. More details HERE.

Director of Communications (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): The individual will serve as a key member of the American Athletic Conference's communications/external relations team with primary responsibilities focused on men's basketball. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Development (Eastern Illinois University / Charleston, IL): This position will direct all aspects of the fundraising arm of intercollegiate athletics with oversight of special events and fundraisers and the coordination of the courtesy car program. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance (Eastern Illinois University / Charleston, IL): This person will be responsible for the oversight of Athletics compliance with NCAA and OVC rules and regulations. The incumbent will serve as a member of the Athletic Department's Senior Staff. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Communications (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): Will oversee the communications and media operations for the Vanderbilt Athletics Department, including the planning and execution of communication efforts for Vanderbilt’s 16 sports. More details HERE.

Head Fencing Coach (University of North Carolina / Chapel Hill, NC): The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Athletics is seeking applications for the position of Head Fencing Coach. Responsible for the men's and women's fencing programs. More details HERE.

Asst AD - Football Communications (Clemson University / Clemson, SC): Asst AD- Football Communications-Primary external contact for Clemson Football. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Development Events-Intercollegiate Athletics (Purdue Research Foundation / West Lafayette, IN): In cooperation with the Intercollegiate Athletics development team (John Purdue Club), assist in achieving the Athletics Director’s and the John Purdue Club’s development goals. More details HERE.

Digital Marketing, Program Coordinator (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): This position will manage digital advertising and email marketing campaigns within Athletics Marketing at University of Notre Dame. EEO/AA. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director (Colby College / Waterville, ME): Colby College, a member of the NESCAC is seeking a dynamic, Senior Associate AD to work closely with the Harold Alfond Director of Athletics. Visit the Witt/Kieffer link for a detailed job description. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Development (Louisiana Tech University / Ruston, LA): The Division of University Advancement at Louisiana Tech is seeking an individual to oversee the athletics fundraising office (LTAC). Emphasis will be placed on major gifts of $10,000 or more. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Development (Rice University / Houston, TX): The Assistant Athletic Director will plan, organize and manage the development of major gift support for at the $100K+ level and will work with key volunteers in assigned regions/groups. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications (University of Iowa / Iowa City, IA): The University of Iowa Department of Athletics seeks applications for an Assistant Director of Athletics Communications. More details HERE.

Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director/Assistant Vice President for Development (Purdue Research Foundation / West Lafayette, IN): Work in direct partnership with VP/Dir of Intercollegiate Athletics, Deputy Athletics Dir and the VP for Dev to provide leadership & guidance to advance private fundraising & marketing efforts. More details HERE.

Director of Marketing and Fan Engagement (Bowling Green State University / Bowling Green, OH): Responsible for marketing initiatives and coordinating game day atmosphere and fan engagement at all athletic events. Manage relationships with constituents across campus and throughout community. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (University of Alaska Fairbanks / Fairbanks, AK): The Director of Athletics (AD) is responsible for the daily management and long-term planning for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. More details HERE.

Associate AD Development (University of Missouri - Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): Oversight of athletic development office - including fundraising for private gifts and corporate sponsorships, and enhancement of donor relations, and alumni relations. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director - External and Media Relations (California Baptist University / Riverside, CA): Direct and supervise all athletic department corporate sponsorships and external revenue development; negotiate contracts; sell naming rights for athletic facilities; establish a licensing program. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Development for Athletics (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Associate Director of Development for Athletics is a member of a team of development and advancement professionals within a dynamic and growing athletics program. More details HERE.

Director of Sales, Corporate Partnerships - External Relations (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will be responsible for creating a high volume of new business and implementing high-level corporate marketing partnerships for the university athletic program. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Manager-Business & Premium Seating (Purdue University Intercollegiate Athletics / West Lafayette, IN): Manage daily accounting functions for the Athletics Ticket Office. Create, prepare & maintain spreadsheets to report & analyze financial data. Coordinate new premium seat contract execution. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (California State University, Fresno / Fresno, CA): The Director of Athletics is responsible for providing leadership and administrative oversight for an Intercollegiate Athletics Program with a rich history of tradition and community support. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing & Fan Development (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): The AD of Athletics for Marketing and Fan Development is responsible for the generation of revenue through ticket sales, attendance and creating a positive and exciting game day atmosphere. More details HERE.

Part-time Ticket Sales Representative, Intercollegiate Athletics (Ball State University / Muncie, IN): Market and sell full seasons, partial seasons, group tickets, and mini ticket plans, through outbound sales activities for all ticketed sports. More details HERE.

Director of Men's & Women's Basketball Operations (Mid-American Conference / Cleveland, OH): This position is responsible for the implementation of key operational activities related to men's and women's basketball in the Mid-American Conference. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Creative Services (University of Miami / Coral Gables, FL): Assistant AD, Creative Services manages the creative direction and visual brand standards for University of Miami Athletics, works with the graphic design, video content and digital strategy depts. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Director of Athletics (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Senior Assoc AD provides oversight and mgt of external operations within WSU Athletics; serves as a member of the AD’s senior mgt team. Apps accepted through 5/8/2018; wsujobs.com EO/AA. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Facilities & Event Management (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities & Events Management oversees the UNCW Athletics Facilities and Event operations for a Division I program with 19 varsity sports. More details HERE.

Director of Development, Major Gifts (University of California, Berkeley / Berkeley, CA): This position is responsible for helping to meet the fundraising objectives of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gifts. More details HERE.

Academic Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist at-risk student-athletes in achieving academic objectives, model/teach successful study skills/strategies, direct SA to university resources, set up/leading review sessions & provide tutoring. More details HERE.

Men and Women's Swimming Head Coach (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): Lead NCAA Division I men's & women's swimming program by recruiting and developing qualified student-athletes. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director - Strategic Communications and Management (UC San Diego / La Jolla, CA): Responsible for positively influencing the external dialogue about UC San Diego Athletics through expertise in communication methods, information flow, media relations & brand management. More details HERE.

Ticketing Director (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The Ticketing Director serves as one of a team of ticket managers that each has primary responsibility for a reserved seating sport. Application deadline 5/2/2018. EEO/AA. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Sports Administration (Big Ten Conference / Rosemont, IL): Liaison for sports, assist with management of championships, support to Sports Management Committee, manage awards program, coordinate product orders, assist with SCORE, other duties as assigned. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Video and Creative Services (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): Assists in all aspects of the digital and video department promoting The American's 22 sports. Serve as an integral part of the The American Digital Network staff. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Communications (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): Assists in all aspects of the communications/external relations area in promoting the Conference’s 22 sports while serving as the primary contact for assigned sports. More details HERE.
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