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It's official at St. John's: Duke Deputy AD/COO Cragg heads to Queens to take the reigns of the Red Storm. Jonnies Prez Gempesaw: "His vision for St. John's Athletics coupled with his tremendous experience and commitment to excellence will undoubtedly benefit our student-athletes, as we collectively work to ensure their success on and off the field of play." Duke MBB HC Krzyzewski: "Quite simply, Duke Basketball would not be where it is without Mike. He has maintained a consistent, and critically important, voice within our program. In addition to his exemplary professionalism and unparalleled vision in the workplace, he has essentially been an extended member of our immediate family over the years." Blue Devils AD White also effusive in his praise for Cragg's work in Durham. Cragg says he immediately felt at home on the St. John's campus & notes a contagious passion around the university & its brand. (link)
Notable Maryland booster Jaklitsch says the probe into the culture around Terps FB will be completed this Sunday. UMD's Board of Regents aren't scheduled to meet again until the middle of next month, but Jaklitsch hopes action can be taken quicker. Jaklitsch's view: "None of the people in the Champion’s Club would have ever permitted a toxic atmosphere to exists. Everyone in the Champion’s Club sees how much DJ Durkin cares about his players. He cares as much about his players as he does about his own kids and wife and he’s exhibited that time and time again. […] No one can tell me that’s the actions of a coach that has a toxic culture. That is so false. It is a ridiculous narrative pushed by [ESPN’s] Heather Dinich to sell stories and it’s dead wrong. 100 percent wrong." (link)
The San Jose Mercury News' Wilner scores interviews with Colorado Chancellor DiStefano & Arizona Prez Robbins on some key issues for the Pac-12. DiStefano points to the league's TV deals & the evolving media landscape, "There are challenges in the next three-to-five years. Which way are the winds blowing? Should we get in before the Big Ten, or is it better to wait and see what the Big Ten does? I don’t have the answers, but I think we need to ask those questions." Robbins on the same topic, "I hope this conversation in three-five-10 years from now is, ‘Wow, those guys saw it. They saw it coming, and we got locked in. We made more money on the front end than they did, but boy did they hit a home run because they held tight under enormous criticism. The story is not fully told yet." Both leaders support Pac-12 Commish Scott "and the collective wisdom of those who have been around." Both also praise the broad-based success of the league, while also noting the importance of improved FB results on a national stage. (link); Additionally from Robbins: "The decision to own our own content was strategic and was playing the long term, and maybe it’s because we get caught up in the tech bubble and all this, but I could see the day when we come out looking really good on this thing because we own our own content and going straight to my sons on the computer and they’re streaming everything … Who knows, Google and Amazon and Apple and all these people are getting into the entertainment market. Amazon started with books and now they’re into food and health. I’m shocked how all these companies are into health … All these guys are going to get into this (sports media) stuff. If we have our own content and can do deals – it’s the vision beyond the vision. Can we go directly to consumers and make deals that are even more lucrative than the deals currently made in today’s world? It’s the Gretzky thing: I see the puck where it’s going to go, so I’m going to skate over here. But we’ve had years, of course, of having this gap, and that’s undeniable. But I’m very supportive of commissioner Scott and the collective wisdom of those who have been around. I’m learning as fast as I can, and I’m very interested and passionate and want to make the best deals we can make." Lots more. (link)
New SWAC Commish McClelland Q&As with The Undefeated, says he'll leverage a combination of hard work, integrity, PR pushing & revenue generating to move the league forward, "We want to go out and get scholarships, we want to go out and do the things it’s going to take to build and sustain our conference from a financial standpoint so we can continue to produce quality athletes that do well on and off the field." Short-term goals: More sponsors & cash. Long-term: Strategies to raise the conference's overall profile & improve hoops ratings. Believes the SWAC is in a "strength of position" & could add members "once realignment occurs again." (link)
$150M. Boston College is rolling-out a new five-year strategy backed by a fund-raising campaign dubbed, 'Greater Heights.' Eagles AD Jarmond: "Our time is now. We can’t succeed by resting on our laurels. We need to consistently look for ways to make BC attractive to student-athletes, coaches, and fans so we can achieve competitive excellence. That includes building and renovating facilities and providing the support services needed to make the student-athlete experience as successful as possible both in and out of the classroom." Further, Jarmond believes FB & hoops should regularly be ranked in the Top 25 & there are plans to add support to "the elite status of our hockey program." More. (link)
Development, cont.: Give Illinois AD Whitman a couple of days, he'll bring back a couple mil. This time it's $3.1M from UI alum & businessman Heckman that will go toward the new FB Performance Center with Heckman's name adorning the lobby. The Illini have now exceeded the $30M fundraising goal for the new digs with $31.175M on the books. Heckman made his name (and money, presumably), as a former leader at ConAgra Foods & ConAgra Trade Group. (link); Colorado also bags a smooth $3.1M from the Crawford family that will transforms the Buffs' approach to performance nutrition with hands-on teaching kitchens, fueling stations, plus expanded snack options. (link); Liberty launches a $250K campaign to rename its main strength & conditioning space the 'Men of Armor Football Alumni Weightroom.' Alum Osborne says he'll match funds dollar for dollar. (link)
USA Today's Myerberg is the latest to go in on black representation at the FB HC level as only 11% sit in the top chair vs. 56% of FBS student-athletes. Florida State's Taggart: "It’s always been that way. It’s changing, probably not as fast as we want it to, but it is." Stanford's Shaw: "It’s access to the decision makers. For those athletics directors, presidents and provosts that are involved in the process, the committees and search firms, it’s providing access to those viable candidates." Attorney Mehri, who was a major influence in the creation of the NFL's Rooney Rule, "Unless someone owns this issue and develops what we call a ‘ready list’ of coaches, the numbers are going to be flat." (link)
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan Judge Carem Steeh rules "there is enough evidence that Eastern Michigan doesn't provide equal opportunities for female athletes." The move momentarily halts the elimination of two female sport programs for the Eagles as Steeh pushes the matter back to EMU representatives & attorneys for the two female student-athletes who are pressing the issue. Notable from Steeh: "The actual numbers reveal a participation disparity that has lingered for at least 15 years, with no evidence of a serious effort to address it." (link)
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College Football Playoff boss Hancock again asked about the possibility of UCF crashing the party, "Yes, there is a path. UCF got full consideration from the committee last year. I believe the committee at the end of the season had ranked UCF higher than the sportswriters and the coaches had. So they got every consideration and they had a wonderful season. […] For the path, play a good schedule, win your games and you're going to be in the hunt for the College Football Playoff." (link); "Several hundred thousand" looks to be what Coastal Carolina will end up spending to take care of its teams & student-athletes who were displaced by Hurricane Florence. Chants AD Hogue says the total doesn't worry him as the university's pie is "well into the hundreds of millions." The NCAA's Special Assistance Fund is another potential pot CCU could tap into. Looks like Women's Soccer will have spent the most consecutive days on the road at 18. The university is set to get back to a normal schedule next week. (link)
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"People are able to recognize the window of opportunity for the value that athletics can bring to a university. [...] I want to provide a first–class experience for each and every student-athlete. It is critical in my role to recognize when to evolve and adapt, and particularly at this school, I can already see tremendous potential." That's still relatively new Bucknell AD Truax on part of his approach to leading the Bison. The university's student newspaper profiled Truax's work so far in Lewisburg & noted his "calm, cool and confident demeanor." (link)
Georgia Tech boss Stansbury pens to Yellow Jackets supports on FB HC Johnson after a 1-3 start, "Like many of you, I’m frustrated and disappointed in how this year’s football season has started. I was in that locker room after Saturday’s game and can tell you this with 100-percent certainty – NO ONE is more frustrated with our 1-3 start than the men who coach our team and the young men on the team. […] However, with all due respect, I truly feel that many of the emails and social media posts that I’ve seen as of late are counterproductive to meeting the high expectations that we all have for our program. […] Coach Johnson is a fighter and he has proven time and again that he can mold a group of young men that can fight above their weight class. I am confident that he and his team have a lot of fight left in them, to go along with a lot of ability and a lot of football still left to play." Stansbury also digs in on how fans can contribute to the improvement of the program so it doesn't always have to "fight above its weight class." (link)
Ohio State with an interesting 'Silence' graphic & tweet yesterday that was meant to promote FB's high-profile kick with Penn State on Saturday night that missed the mark for many in the media. The tweet & a follow-up explanation of its intent was eventually deleted. (link); USA Today's Armour: "Yes, this might be 'just' an ad. But given what Ohio State has been confronted with in recent months, silence is nothing to be prized, and it's certainly nothing to promote." More. (link)
House Republicans met yesterday as part of a Judiciary subcommittee on the topic of legalized sports gambling, the first time Congress has discussed the topic formally since the Supreme Court handed down its edict and there was a push for more federal involvement. NFL spokeswoman & lobbyist Moore testified to the group & used the word "integrity" 24 times. American Gaming Association SVP for Public Affairs Slane says stateside books won't be able to compete if weighed down by "onerous" integrity fees, "All these notions about data fees and integrity fees by the leagues, that doesn’t help." (link)
Idaho Diving HC Southerland has been reinstated by both the Vandals & USA Diving after claims of sexual misconduct several years ago. Southerland: "I am very happy to return to coaching at the University of Idaho. They have been supportive, allowed due process to unfold while following their own procedures, and have allowed me to return after being cleared.  I do not believe all institutions would have done so." (link); The criminal court case against former Michigan State Women's Gymnastics HC Klages on the grounds that she lied about her knowledge of the Nassar situation will move forward as the presiding judge says testimony by two former Spartan Youth Gymnastics athletes was credible. (link)
More Personnel: Montana AD Haslam appointed to the NCAA Division I FCS Selection Committee for a term through the 2020 season. Current committee comprised of Central Arkansas AD Teague (chair), Rhode Island boss Bjorn, Western Carolina's Eaton, Missouri State's Moats, Marist's Murray, Campbell's Roller, Jacksonville State's Seitz, Bryant's Smith and Bucknell's Truax. (link); Illinois extends Wrestling HC Heffernan with a five-year deal. Salary will go from $185,940 this year to $215,940 by the 2022-23 season. (link); Saint Mary's gives Baseball HC Valenzuela a five-year extension. (link); Another extension, this a one-year bump for East Carolina Baseball HC Godwin that will take him through the 2023 season. (link); Southern Utah parts ways with Women's Tennis HC Ketmayura. Men's Tennis HC Pucher named interim Director of Tennis and will oversee both programs for now. (link); Arizona State Prez Crow picks up a $150K bonus, dubbed "at-risk compensation." He also received a $20K increase in contributions to his retirement plan, bringing the annual contribution amount to $140K. Elsewhere in the state: Arizona Prez Robbins and Northern Arizona boss Cheng each get $35K bonuses, plus an additional $15K for their work on the Enterprise Executive Committee. (link); ESPN Senior Writer Kimes gets a multiyear extension from the WWL and will debut an NFL-themed podcast called Bootleg with Mina Kimes.  (link)
Nifty Adobe Spark compilation of happenings at this past week's LEAD1 annual meetings. Byrne, Greene, Babcock, Phillips, Hartwell, Gavitt, Del Conte, Muir, Radakovich, Castiglione, Yow, Smith, Swarbrick, Dannen, Hamrick, Knuth, Reed Francois, Bjork, Sankey, Nielsen, James, Bowen, Tuite & many more, though I'm not versed enough to recognize all of you by the back of your heads. (link)
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The NCAA Board of Governors has engaged consultant Attain LLC "to help create an actionable, long-range plan that solidifies the direction and priorities for the Association." Feedback from multiple constituency groups will be compiled throughout the Fall via focus groups, interviews & surveys. "After the collection of feedback, the working group will begin drafting the plan. The Board of Governors is targeting summer 2019 for the final strategic plan." (link)
Utah AD Harlan has spent a good amount of time during his first 90 days leading the Utes on a potential revamp of Rice-Eccles Stadium & says the one thing he's been most impressed with is the fandom of Utes supporters as evidenced by a packed stadium for an early season 6p kick against an FCS opponent. Harlan wants to couple all the butts in seats with a premier in-game experience, "We want to be an elite school when it comes to the experience for our fans." Harlan has also caught up with Pac-12 Commish Scott & says Scott voiced how much value Utah brings to the league. (link)
New Mexico's FB field will no longer bear the name of Margaret & Turner Branch once this season is done as an amended naming rights agreement includes a decrease in financial commitment from the Branch's. The original donation in 2012 was $1.5M to be paid over seven years & extend the naming rights for 15 years. However, the renegotiated total lands at $830K. Margaret Branch points to the passing of Turner & Dreamstyle's commitment to naming the stadium that devalues the field exposure. (link)
Rutgers will host its first-ever RU Brewfest at the Block R Party across from Stadium on Saturday morning before kicking with Indiana. $50 gets you access to the Brewfest and a game ticket. Senior Assoc. AD for External Affairs and Strategic Communications Thorpe: "Something like this checks boxes for millenials and event-goers across the state and tri-state area. We think it's going to be unique. The people of New Jersey are very prideful, so we look forward to having some of these Jersey-related breweries as part of the event." 750 tickets sold so far, but Thorpe admits the noon kicktime doesn't help. (link)
A recent study published in the Howard Journal of Communications asserts that bias by officials persists against HBCU WBB programs. Looking at DI from 2008-17, DI HBCU WBB programs were called for 1.5 more fouls per game than their PWI counterparts and represented the five most penalized seasons (and 8 of the top 15) over the course of the decade, despite comprising less than 7% of the school analyzed. The IHE recap of the study raises unanswered questions about black S-As on PWIs, as well as the race of the officials calling the fouls. The author has previously studied similar bias against HBCU FB programs. (link)
Also Noticed: Stetson's new baseball locker room is ready for occupancy. (link); Have I previously missed Tulane's 'Angry Wave' FB helmets? Whoa buddy. (link); Recently, a viral video surfaced of a special-needs little girl being reprimanded by another fan at a Houston Astros game for yelling too loudly. Texas Tech has extended an invitation to her to come to a Red Raiders game soon and "be as loud as she wants." More news out of Lubbock as TTU has sold more than 54K tix for tomorrow's kick with West Virginia and expects that number to reach 56K. (link); The American Athletic Conference SAAC will raise awareness on mental health with a new campaign called Pow6rful Minds. (link); America East and adidas partner up for a three-year deal. Van Wagner facilitated the partnership. (link); Kansas State announces a 50/50 Raffle at football games. Tickets are $5 for three, 10 for $10 or 60 for $20 and the winner will be announced by the end of the third quarter. (link); Arkansas-Pine Bluff will play at TCU in 2019 and at Miami (Ohio) in 2020. (link); Something to watch develop: The NBA and Turner Broadcasting announce that fans can purchase the remainder of any out-of-market game on League Pass once the buzzer sounds to end the third quarter. $1.99 no matter when you tune in after that. (link); HBO has no boxing broadcasts scheduled beyond the Oct. 27 fight at MSG and intends to duck out of the boxing business after 45 years. Changing times. (link) powered by Turnkey Search
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(NEW!) Associate Athletics Director for Finance & Business Ops/Director of Finance (Seattle University / Seattle, WA): Seattle University is hiring an Associate Athletics Director for Finance & Business Ops/Director of Finance. This role will oversee all financial and administration operations in Athletics. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Content Strategy & Innovation (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Member of Creative Services team that focuses on developing and implementing a comprehensive social media strategy that supports the values, mission and brand of the Purdue University Athletics Dept. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant-Associate Director, Army A Club (Army West Point Athletics / West Point, NY): The West Point Association of Graduates (WPAOG) is dedicated to furthering the ideals and promoting the welfare of the United States Military Academy (USMA), and to supporting and serving its graduate. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director of Communications/Creative & Emerging Media (Ball State University / Muncie, IN): Ball State University Intercollegiate Athletics invites applicants for an Assistant Director of Communications/Creative and Emerging Media. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics Communications and Creative Services (Elon University / Elon, NC): Elon University invites applications for the Director of Athletics Communications and Creative Services role.The successful candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree and 4 years related experience. More details HERE.

Coordinator, Development Operations and Benefits Fulfillment (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): This position will manage internal development operations for the Arizona Wildcat Club, including parking, benefits fulfillment, database management & analytics in support of the Athletics department. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development (University Athletic Association / Gainesville, FL): Responsible for Major Gift solicitations for gifts of $25,000 and higher for athletic scholarship endowment and facility projects including the generation and cultivation of donor relationships. More details HERE.

Assistant Director-Athletics Premium Seating (University of Iowa / Iowa City, IA): Assist with managing premium seat allocations and customer service issues while providing elite level services for game day patrons. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Human Resources (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Stanford's Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation seeks a highly-motivated, energetic and team-orientated individual with strong communication skills to fill the role of Assistant Director, Human Resources. More details HERE.

Athletic Director (University of Missouri-Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) seeks a visionary leader who is innovative, engaged and experienced to direct their NCAA Division 1 athletic department. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance (University at Albany / Albany, NY): Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:manage and monitor all aspects of Bylaw 13, 14, 15 and 17; coordinate and create rules education initiatives for athletics department staff, coaches... More details HERE.

Director, Ticket Sales (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): This position will develop and implement ticket sales strategies and best practices for individuals and businesses through comprehensive sales campaigns. More details HERE.

Director, Compliance for Financial Aid (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): Responsible for all activities associated with Bylaw 15 to meet NCAA/Pac-12/institutional guidelines. Directs Athletics financial aid awards, the NLI program and institutional/federal aid eligibility. More details HERE.

Director of Advancement for Athletics (George Mason University / Fairfax, VA): George Mason University is seeking a Director of Advancement for Athletics. This position plans and manages all development-focused programs More details HERE.

Assistant Director- Athletic Compliance Office (University of Minnesota / Minneapolis, MN): Responsible for all compliance tasks for their assigned sports including interps, waivers and violations. Will serve as point of contact for the respective coaches and student-athletes. Job ID:326723 More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director of Compliance (Colgate University / Hamilton, NY): Colgate University Associate Athletics Director for Compliance serves on the VP/Director of Athletics leadership team with primary oversight of compliance, academics, and student-athlete development. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Human Resources (University of Wisconsin - Madison / Madison, WI): This position is a strategic, operational and a leadership position that is responsible for leading a team in executing a broad range of human resource management functions. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club (Elon University / Elon, NC): The Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club will create and manage multi-channel communications for the Phoenix Club including solicitations, events, and special projects. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director, Engagement (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will manage the athletics development engagement team and lead the strategy for the communications, events, and stewardship in support of the department’s fundraising goals. More details HERE.

Athletic Communications Director (University of Missouri-Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): The primary function of this position is to research, develop, design, and execute complex and strategic communications, educational and/or media projects for UMKC Athletics Department. More details HERE.

Annual Fund Coordinator (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Member of the Cougar Athletic Fund team responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of all aspects of the annual fund as well as some operational and administrative support. More details HERE.

Staff Psychologist (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): The Staff Psychologist will provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, psychotherapy, and other mental health services to student-athletes. More details HERE.

Director of Media Relations (Ohio University / Athens, OH): Responsible for arranging and coordinating media coverage for assigned varsity sports (women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, and baseball). More details HERE.

Assoc Director/Director of Development/Major Gifts (Ole Miss Athletics Foundation / Oxford, MS): Assoc Dir/Dir of Dev/Major Gifts is a member of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation staff charged with identification, solicitation, raising of philanthropic gifts to support Ole Miss Athletics. More details HERE.

Vice President of Texas Region (Tailgate Guys / Austin, TX): Tailgate Guys is seeking an executive to head up our TX Region - dynamic leader with proven track record in a service oriented hospitality business, managing a team, and driving revenue and growth. More details HERE.

Associate or Assistant Athletic Director for Development (Utah Valley University / Orem, UT): Raises funds from external constituencies. Manages an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects. Identifies and qualifies prospects. Engages and cultivates current and prospective donors, etc. More details HERE.

Director of Development, Seattle Operations (Washington State University / Seattle, WA): Member of the WSU Cougar Athletic Fund team based in Seattle, sharing significant responsibilities for the advancement of the CAF’s annual, major, and planned giving development efforts ($25,000+). More details HERE.

Director of Clinical & Sport Psychology (University of Wisconsin-Madison / Madison, WI): The Director of Clinical Psychology for student-athletes will oversee the delivery of clinical and sport psychology services to student-athletes within the established medical model. More details HERE.

Annual Fund Coordinator (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Member of the Cougar Athletic Fund team responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of all aspects of the annual fund as well as some operational and administrative support. More details HERE.

Compliance Coordinator (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): The Compliance Coordinator independently coordinates, plans, organizes and implements all monitoring systems of the Athletics Compliance program, developing/implementing programs and procedures. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): Job ID: 24742, Classification: Administrator II, Hiring Salary: Commensurate with experience. More Details HERE.

Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Assist student-athlete development staff to develop and implement innovative programs and individualized support services that empower student-athletes to succeed in college and in life. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Media Relations (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations - College of the Holy Cross - Please apply at More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Men's Lacrosse (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): This position is responsible for assisting with all phases of the Division I Men’s Lacrosse program at the University of Richmond. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: coaching an. More details HERE.

Director of Sports Nutrition (University of Louisville Athletic Association / Louisville, KY): Position oversees all aspects of the Sport Nutrition program to advance the development and delivery of nutrition services for 23 sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Communications (California Baptist University / Riverside, CA): Oversee the day-to-day communications and media relations for all 18 NCAA Division I sports under the supervision of the Associate AD for External Relations. Serve as primary men’s basketball contact. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Multimedia Services (Boise State University Athletics / Boise, ID): The individual will work with Bronco Athletics staff members to design, create and implement the department’s graphic identity for production, print, digital and web applications and special projects. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Cross Country/Track & Field (Brown University / Providence, RI): Assist Director of Cross Country, Track/Field in all phases of the program, recruiting, coaching, training, with a particular emphasis on coaching distance events and cross country. More details HERE.

Deputy Athletics Director, Business Operations (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): University of Notre Dame is accepting applications for a Deputy Athletics Director, Business Operations. For full description view EOE/AA. More details HERE.

Director of Creative Design and Services (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): The individual will work with conference staff members to plan, design, prepare and execute the conference’s graphic identity for production, print, digital and web applications and special projects. More details HERE.

Athletics Annual Giving Officer (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): Develops a plan to identify & prioritize new prospects, make discovery calls & build a prospect pool based on new prospects & past donors at the leadership giving level of $2,500 or greater. More Details HERE.

Ticket Sales and CRM, Database Manager (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): Arizona athletics is looking for a dynamic leader that will assist in supporting sales, marketing and development campaigns by providing metrics and tracking for success. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Annual Fund (Arizona State University Foundation / Tempe, AZ): Help us lead the annual fundraising for Arizona State University Athletics and help grow ASU the most innovative university in the US! More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director/Ticket Operations Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist with administering all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the ticket office. Provide lead work direction/training to staff & students. Supervise events. Assist with annual ticket planning. More details HERE.

Director, Ticket Sales and Service (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): Lead the UTSA Athletics Ticket Sales and Services team to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of customer ticket sales and service. More details HERE.

Director - Athletics Information Technology (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Direct and manage all information technology activities for the Intercollegiate Athletics Department; knowledge and experience with the latest hardware/software, programming, planning and development. More details HERE.

Director, Risk Management and Compliance Services (University of Texas at Austin / Austin, TX): To maintain and ensure an effective risk management and compliance program and ensure institutional control within Texas Athletics with a high level knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. More details HERE.

Director, Athletic Compliance (University of Southern California / Los Angeles, CA)The Director, Athletic Compliance will assist in developing, implementing, and maintaining a comprehensive, in-depth, and effective athletic compliance program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Compliance (Pepperdine University / Malibu, CA): The Assistant Director of Compliance is responsible for monitoring and documenting compliance with the NCAA and West Coast Conference legislation for Pepperdine Athletics. More details HERE.

Sports Science Coordinator (University of Oregon Athletic Department / Eugene, OR): Responsible for the development and planning of performance support for world class student-athletes. Assess and enhance athlete readiness, performance, and recovery. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Communications (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Stanford University seeks a highly-motivated, energetic and team-orientated individual with strong communication skills to fill the role of Assistant Director, Communications. More details HERE.

Head Cross Country & Track and Field Coach (CSUN / Northridge, CA): The Head Cross Country & Track and Field Coach oversees the management of all aspects for both the Men's and Woman's programs. More details HERE.

Asst. Track & Field and Cross Country Coach (Montana State University / Bozeman, MT): Responsible for assisting the Montana State University’s Men’s & Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country programs in Bozeman, Montana. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): This position will manage the day-to-day elements of the Vanderbilt Athletic Ticket Office processes. More details HERE.

Director, Premium Seating and Major Gifts (Syracuse University / Syracuse, NY): The Director of Premium Seating and Major Gifts will work with the Athletics Development Team with specific responsibility for developing, marketing and evaluating the premium seating program. More details HERE.

Athletics Compliance Specialist (University of Delaware, Newark, DE): Responsible for implementing a Division I compliance program for 21 varsity sports teams made up of 600 + student-athletes, athletics department and University staff. More details HERE.

Vice President, Sponsorship Sales (JMI Sports | Clemson Sports & Campus Marketing / Greenville, SC): Key member of executive team. Athletic & Campus sponsorship sales. Recruiting, training, mgmt of sales staff. Partner relationships/procurement/account mgmt/strategic planning/financial analysis. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director Ticketing Sales and Service (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA), a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking an Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing Sales and Service. Apply at More details HERE.

Sr. Account Executive (JMI Sports | Clemson Sports & Campus Marketing / Greenville, SC)Athletics & Campus sponsorship sales. Develop and leverage strong relationships with brand decision makers to generate mutually beneficial partnerships that boost the Clemson brand and provide RIO to partners. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Athletics (University of Pennsylvania / Philadelphia, PA): The Assistant Director of Annual Giving is a member of a Development and Alumni Relations team focused on achieving the fundraising and alumni relations goals of the Athletics Department. More details HERE.

Asst. Dir of Development (William & Mary / Williamsburg, VA): The Asst. Dir. of Development works closely with the Director to build a high-level program that generates significant revenue for William & Mary’s priorities. Full time with benefits. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Advancement (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Myers, FL): Assistant Director of Athletic Advancement is responsible for all aspects of growing, communicating, delivering benefits and development cycle progression. More details HERE.

Asst. Sports Info Director (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): A NCAA Division I school and member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, is now accepting applications for the position of Assistant Sports Information Director. More Details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Development (Director of Development, Major Gifts) (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): The Assistant Athletics Director of Development will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift ($25,000+) donors and prospects for Intercollegiate Athletics. More details HERE.

Coordinator, Marketing and Fan Engagement (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): The Marketing Coordinator will be in charge of marketing and game presentation for Arizona Soccer, Gymnastics, and Softball and will have a hand in football game day presentation/operations. More details HERE.

Assistant Media Relations Director (Texas A&M Athletics / College Station, TX): The Asst.Media Relations Director (classified as Info Rep II) is responsible for being a liaison between the Athletic Department and the Media (print, radio, television and other electronic media). More details HERE.

Men’s and Women’s Diving Coach (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): This position will prepare student athletes for competition and recruit qualified students. More Details HERE.

Assistant Swimming Coach (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): This position will prepare student athletes for competition and recruit qualified students. More Details HERE.

Student-Athlete Affairs Assistant (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Myers, FL): The Student-Athlete Affairs Assistant oversees all aspects of the Student-Athlete Development program including the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. More details HERE.
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