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Kansas: "This guy will suffer no fools. He's disciplined. He holds people accountable. He can handle the heat." That's what KU AD search committee head Jennings thought after meeting new Jayhawks AD Long for the first time, which was in the Washington D.C. area during the NACDA Convention a couple of weeks ago. More Jennings: "The chancellor knew that when we started this, he was really going to have to cinch the belt up and play for real. If you want to get done what you want, which is to elevate the profile of this entire university — athletics as well — to move it up to the next level, you've got to play hardball." As for some of Long's intro remarks, "I have a vision for KU Athletics. My vision starts with the student-athletes, and it starts with the three C's, and those three C's for me are: Compete, compete and compete. […] We will be guided by the following principles: we will have an unwavering commitment to the student-athletes' health, safety and well-being, that's our highest priority. We also have an unwavering commitment to doing things in the best interest of our student-athletes. We will insist on honesty and integrity throughout our program, and we will work with our coaches to remove the obstacles to success. We will generate and strive to generate the financial resources we need to run this program, to compete in the Big 12 (Conference) and compete nationally. We will be a program that values that financial support from our fans and thus, we will manage our resources wisely. We will encourage our supporters to join us by telling the incredible stories that each and every one of our student-athletes has to tell." Long also says it's time to "break the cycle" of FB apathy, plus lots more. (link, link); Here's video of Long's presser. (link); KU MBB HC Self doesn't believe it's really news that the Jayhawks have been the recipient of federal subpoena, says embattled student-athlete De Sousa is eligible for now, "The bottom line is that is something that has to play out. As much as I would like to say he's positively this or that, I can't do that. There has been no indication yet, that we would have a serious problem with that. That doesn't mean something couldn't come up that we're not aware of." (link)
CollegeAD indicates the Austin Peay AD search is down to three: Boston College Senior Assoc. AD for Business & Administration Blossom, Duke Senior Assoc. AD for Internal Affairs Harrison & Memphis Senior Assoc. AD for Development Walker. All three will be on-campus for the next round of interviews. CSA has the search. (link)
The Citadel is on target to meet its goal of hiring a new AD by September 1, according to Parker Executive Search, who has 67 candidates on file that have submitted either letters of interest or some other form of application. Additionally, 50 or so more candidates are in "some form of consideration" while 30 candidates contacted by Parker declined to be considered. Parker has also indicated that the current list includes "sitting athletic directors, senior associates, officials from development and compliance, internal and external." Parker: "We are recruiting a deep and diverse pool of candidates, paying close attention to ethnic and gender diversity." The Citadel's search committee will meet on August 1 with the goal of narrowing the list to 8-12, and in the meantime Parker says the search is going well compared to some of its past searches, telling the committee: "We've done a number of searches in your league (the Southern Conference) and in FCS and in your state, including College of Charleston. To have 67 candidates at this point is a high number. I figured we'd have 60 to 80 in the end, and it looks like we will be north of that number." (link)
In his annual report to the board of regents this week, Minnesota AD Coyle announced a budget of $121M for the upcoming fiscal year before noting the department has raised $108M for the Athletes Village complex. Additionally, Coyle told regents the university set a record with 351 student-athletes earning academic all-B1G honors while also achieving a graduation success rate of 92%, the highest of any public school in the conference. Regent Chair McMillan called Coyle's report "very inspiring" while Regent Johnson told Coyle: "You and your team have done absolutely stellar work on behalf of the University of Minnesota. All the statistics, all the trend lines are moving in an extremely positive position." Coyle noted that "we want to make sure we set the tone from the top, that doing it right at Minnesota matters. It's nice when you have good news to tell."  (link)
North Carolina AD Cunningham says his FB program is in good shape & that considerable amount of time & money has been spent trying to identify why the squad suffered so many injuries last year & what can be done to combat the situation. Cunningham: "We looked at everything. Whether it happened at practice. Whether it happened in a game. Whether it happened on grass, on turf. How fatigued somebody was. What their lifting habits were. What their eating habits were, sleep habits. We looked at all that stuff. What their GPS readings were --- how hard they were exerting themselves in a practice and games. All those factor into fatigue and whether or not you have been previously injured to determine how likely is it you will be injured in the future." Cunningham also says this is the first year HC Fedora isn't recruiting "under some false pretense, or people negatively recruiting against us." (link)
Deadspin's Martin digs in with Conference USA Commish MacLeod, Sun Belt boss Benson & MBB analyst-turned scheduling renovator Adams on how they're attempting to upend some of the challenges faced by mid-majors & access to the NCAA Tournament. Adams: "The top six spending conferences in the country have created their own cartel. It’s legal, but it’s a cartel. So I figured, if I can only control my conference schedule, how might I manipulate that schedule in order to gain an unfair advantage just like what I see at the top level of NCAA basketball?" MacLeod points to her time on the MBB Committee & the main questions that commonly came up, "How many Quadrant I wins did somebody have?" Benson: "One of the other things that our coaches indicated was that they didn’t want to be the quote, ‘guinea pigs.’ They said, ‘Let Conference USA do it and we can wait and see if it works or not.’ And yet, I think our presidents recognized the immediate value of it." Lots more Adams, including, "If I can help you go from a 14-seed to an 11-seed, you have 2.5 times greater chance to win an NCAA tournament game. Does that help your career?" (link)
Attorneys representing 10 alleged victims of sexual assault have subpoenaed more than 60 people as part of a civil suit filed against Baylor. The subpoenaed parties have all been affiliated with the school at some point, including former presidents Starr and Sloan, former FB HC Briles and former Title IX coordinator Crawford. The subpoenas seek documents and communications regarding instances of sexual assault or harassment at Baylor, the Pepper Hamilton report, the Big 12's investigation into Baylor's implementation of the report's recommendations and the NCAA investigation into the scandal, among other items. Attorney Dunnam, who represents the alleged victims: "If someone wants to say that this is extreme, they’re forgetting what the university did and has admitted doing. They’re just trying to cover up, the individuals responsible, because there’s been no personal responsibility whatsoever. The only people supposedly held accountable were paid up to $15 million (such as Briles). That’s extreme." Baylor attorney Brown argues that much of the information is subject to attorney-client privilege, adding: "It is a double standard for the opposing attorneys to criticize Baylor for asserting privilege when they, too, have asserted privilege to protect documents. Assertion of privilege is a normal occurrence in litigation for plaintiffs and defendant." (link)
Florida District Court Judge Conway has rejected UCF's motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former FB student-athlete De La Haye, who claims the school violated his free speech rights and due process rights by pulling his scholarship over concerns about the monetization of his YouTube channel. In issuing her ruling, Conway noted that De La Haye's First Amendment violation claim is possible, and unless UCF appeals the ruling, the matter will "likely be decided by a summary judgment this fall," according to the Orlando Sentinel. A waiver granted by the NCAA allowed De La Haye to keep his channel, provided no monetized content was based on "his athletics reputation, prestige or ability." Since reporting on his story has gone national, De La Haye's YouTube account has soared in popularity, growing from 50K subscribers to over 691K and from 2M views to almost 77M. (link)
Former Ohio State and current West Virginia Prez Gee released a statement this week indicating that he does not remember late physician Strauss, nor does he recall any allegations against him. "As has been conveyed to the investigators at Ohio State, I have no recollection of Dr. Strauss or any reports regarding him. I have always taken any allegations brought to my attention very seriously, and will continue to do so." Meanwhile, former OSU HR VP Tom has also indicated she doesn't "really ever remember hearing [Strauss's] name," adding: "I wish I was aware [then] because we certainly would have dealt with that very directly." (link); For his part, Ohio Congressman & former OSU Wrestling AC Jordan remains dug in, tweeting that "CNN is contacting all 100+ of our former staff and interns asking for dirt on me. How can you ever trust such #fakenews?" (link)
Louisville: WDRB columnist Crawford explores the parsing of the "serious from the seriously crazy" in a lawsuit filed by former MBB student-athletes who claim the NCAA has damaged their reputations. On one hand, Crawford sympathizes with the former players whom he says had "nothing to do with Andre McGee's stripper in prostitute parties," while on the other hand "we have attorneys dropping the names of Happy Chandler, Penn State...Muhammad Ali, Donald Trump...and a Morgan & Morgan 'dream team.' Your honor, I implore you." Full breakdown. (link); Courier-Journal columnist Sullivan offers a more somber take, positing that while former UL student-athlete Hancock "has been wronged" and "can be counted on to elicit empathy in a jury trail," that doesn't mean he can "win on a court with no net." Sullivan also cites Attorney Brown, who has experience in cases with the NCAA, who says: "The history of cases [that characterize the NCAA as an unfair monolith] as an underlying theme, as opposed to very specific analyzed and calculated financial examples, have not fared well." (link); Meanwhile, attorneys for former MBB HC Pitino are arguing that the ULAA has "no facts" to support the reasons it has given for letting Pitino go for cause. In a motion filed yesterday, Pitino's attorneys asked a judge to rule that the ULAA could not cite the three reasons it has given for parting ways with Pitino: the bad publicity resulting from his willful misconduct; failure to report the "suspicious" presence of sports agent Dawkins and subsequent late commitment of former recruit Bowen; and the NCAA's determination that Pitino had committed Level 1 infractions. (link)
Experiencing the World presented by Anthony Travel
YouTube TV suffered the most untimely of outages during yesterday's World Cup semifinal match between England and Croatia and the Wimbledon quarterfinals being broadcast on Fox and ESPN, respectively. YouTube acknowledged the outages on Twitter, recognizing that the "timing is horrible." The outages reportedly only occurred in the U.S. This marks the second (and third) major sporting events interrupted by outages on YouTube TV. Service was also disrupted during Game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals in May. (link); With Cristiano Ronaldo's move from Spanish giant Real Madrid to Italian giant Juventus, ESPN and Turner are reportedly in a two-horse race to secure rights to the Italian Serie A league. According to World Soccer Talk, IMG is offering the Serie A rights as part of a bundle along with the rights to England's FA Cup. Serie A rights had belonged to beIN but expired after this past season. (link); Nike and Adidas are struggling to meet the demand of World Cup jerseys following the unlikely runs of England, Belgium and Croatia to the semifinals. While both major firms are in the process of adopting a "fast fashion" model, Bloomberg reports the surprise success of the three squads has shown that they're "not quite there yet." Full report. (link)
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While the Learfield Directors' Cup continues to be the gold standard for full-department competitive rankings, it seems like many major media outlets now have their own version. In CBS's case, "We rate every FBS school in three sports -- football, men's basketball and women's basketball -- along with two 'wild cards' among the school's most successful spectator sports: baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer, gymnastics, lacrosse, hockey and wrestling." There's more explanation on the points system, but basically FB & MBB are more heavily weighted than the others. Ohio State finished first for 2017-18 with Alabama, Oklahoma, Michigan & Duke rounding out the Top 5. First non-'Power 5' looks to be Houston at 38, Lowest-ranked P5 is Georgia Tech at 119. (link)
Big 12 leaders would love to see balance in FB scheduling among its 'Power 5' peer group. Iowa State boss Pollard: "I wish everybody had to play nine games. It’d be an equalizer because as long as everybody is playing nine, there’s always going to be this discussion of what’s really a fair strength of schedule." Commish Bowlsby doesn't see the College Football Playoff moving off its stance of giving each P5 league autonomy to operate as it best sees fit. West Virginia AD Lyons points to the importance of a strong non-conference slate for CFP consideration. (link)
More Lyons as the Mountaineers are trying to grow their cash reserves, "If our expenses are $2 million less than the revenue, great. We're going to put that into the reserve and hold onto it for when we need it. To me, the fiscal responsibility I have in this department and this university is making sure we do. [...] When you're dealing with facilities and older facilities, there are things that can go wrong, from air conditioning units to piping to electrical -- there are a number of different things you might not normally budget for that we have money set aside for just in case one of those things would happen. It could be $1 million or $2 million in a specific year, and it could be $3 million or $4 million." (link)
UIC goes off the board a bit with its corporate sponsorship portfolio, partners with 4FRONT, which is co-led by notable marketer Migala & previously known as SportsDesk. Flames AD Klassy: "4FRONT has established itself as a true leader in our field. They share our passion for aiming higher and continuously live out that mindset by not only thinking outside of the box, but living there. While 4FRONT has clients spanning the globe, Chicago is their home and they have led a great many local legacy sponsorship deals including MB Financial Park at Rosemont and most recently securing the naming rights for Impact Field. […] Our UIC staff talks frequently about being bold, taking risks and positioning ourselves at the forefront of the discussion on both the local and national levels." (link)
Minnesota's Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sports releases its 2017-18 HC trends study, finds the number of females leading women's sport programs at the 86 institutions surveyed increased by .0.3% from 2016-17. Overall, now 41.5% of women's programs at the schools are led by females. In the context of HC turnover, 46.1% went from one male to another, 19.8% from one female to another, 19.8% from male to female & 14.3% from female to male. Field Hockey, LAX, Golf, Equestrian & Softball leading the way in overall share, Track & Field/Cross Country one notable sport at the other end of the spectrum. Cincinnati & UCF the only two departments with 'A' grades, nine received 'Fs'. Lots more. (link)
More Personnel: Air Force Assoc AD/SWA Jarnigan hired as the next Southern Illinois SWA, will oversee three or four sports and the internal ops side of the department. (link); Richmond Asst. AD of Athletics Public Relations Moratti heads to Jacksonville as Assoc. AD for Athletic Communications. (link); Longtime St. Bonaventure Men's Swimming HC McNamee will transition to his new Asst. AD for Advancement role after 26 years as the Bonnies coach. The men's and women's Swimming programs will be combined moving forward. (link); Louisville donor and Papa John's founder Schnatter resigns as Chairman of the Board of Papa John's, after stepping down as CEO in December. Schnatter also removed himself from UofL's board yesterday. (link); Boise State Volleyball AC Buck promoted to HC of the Bronco's Beach Volleyball team. (link); Sticking with the Broncos, Utah AHC Livreri hired as the new Softball HC in Boise. (link); Idaho hires Northern Iowa Women's Soccer AC Clevenger as its new HC. (link); New Northern Colorado Prez Feinstein officially took over in Greeley on Monday. (link)
Alabama AD Byrne on the wire again as he lunched with Bama's SB Nation outlet & others stemming from his social media push to host the meal in his office. Byrne points to improved cell service at Bryant Denny Stadium this coming season with wi-fi upgrades still under consideration. Byrne also notes the importance of continually moving forward to ward off complacency. Still believes the hire of Baseball HC Bohannon is a "home run," says Bohannon takes more prospective student-athletes through the weight room than any other coach, also proud of the Crimson Tide's 13th place finish in the Capital One Cup. (link)
Watch: LEAD1 Executive Director McMillen with his latest 'Byte of the Week,' this one centered on integrity fees connected to legalized sports gambling. Interesting topic, here's the basic recap, "More than 20 states in the U.S. earmark gambling revenues for institutions of higher education. This is accepted policy in the U.S. – gambling revenues support higher education. Every state should earmark some of its sports betting revenue for their higher education institutions -- dedicated solely to compliance expenses. This will ensure that our universities have the resources to deal with the risks of sports betting." (link)
Western Kentucky AD Stewart on his department's recent athletic and academic success: "Big-picture wise, I feel really good about where we are because the winning continued. We've doubled everybody up and at the same time our graduation success rate is 85 percent, the highest it's been in WKU athletics. That speaks to our coaches and athletes and doing it the right way, and doing it well." The Hilltoppers picked up Conference USA titles in Volleyball and WBB this past year, marking the 23rd and 24th league titles since joining C-USA in 2014, more than twice the next conference school, Middle Tennessee State. Graduation rate is 85% with all but three of the Toppers programs achieving an APR of 970. Expects big things from MBB this season. (link)
The uniforms have been ordered for Purdue Fort Wayne and logos are being replaced around the department's facilities as AD Hartley Hutton hopes to have the transition complete by the time the fall sports seasons begin. Only one student-athlete affected by the transition because she changed her major to nursing, an Indiana University degree, and per NCAA rules is not eligible to be a PFW student-athlete. Some of the scoreboards will be changed in the next year, as well. (link)
Oklahoma introduces the One Pass, a "new innovative ticket option [that] allows University of Oklahoma fans the opportunity to see nine Sooner sports and more than 80 events." Adult cost is $150 while youth & senior citizens are $100. Gets $800 worth of value to Baseball, WBB, Men's and Women's Gymnastics, Soccer, Volleyball, Wrestling, non-conference MBB and select Softball games. Also gets a discount on merchandise and access to exclusive events like meet-and-greets, facility tours and autograph sessions. (link)
Also Noticed: Doesn't look like the SEC will switch to the 20-game league schedule for basketball any time soon. (link); Oregon hints at some of the changes that will be made to Hayward Field, including eliminating 400 seats when the lower-level seats are moved to ground level. New capacity will be 12,500 and the changes will "enhance the stadium's openness" and help "manage costs and increase functionality" of the venue. (link); Oklahoma debuts its Nike Jumpman unis, joins North Carolina, Michigan and Florida as the only schools to wear them in Football. (link)
Correction: The Auburn-Dyehard relationship is of the merchandising variety, not licensing, as was mentioned in a clip yesterday.
The Athletic's Potkey profiles "leadership guru" Jon Gordon, author of "Training Camp" & other high-profile titles. Clemson FB HC Swinney implemented the 11 traits discussed in the book in the Tigers 2011 season, which, he credits in helping the Tigers capture its first ACC Title in 20 years. Gordon now speaks at Clemson's pre-season camp each year and is on-call for advice as needed. Other notable Gordon clients include UCLA MBB, Georgia FB, Maryland LAX, the Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Dodgers and Rams and Pittsburg Pirates. Lots more here on Gordon, who lost a run for city council and fell victim to the dot-com bust before opening a Moe's Southwest Grill and focusing his time as a writer about positivity. His latest book, "The Power of a Positive Team" came out last month. Lots here. (link)
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(NEW!) Assistant Athletic Director – Marketing and Fan Experience (Air Force Academy Athletics Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): Works closely and collaboratively with AFAAC CEO and Associate Athletic Director for External Relations to develop an external vision for the department, which includes social media strategy, advertising campaigns, promotional schedules and marketing plans. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Athletic Director for Communications (Ohio University / Athens, OH): Administer all components of sports information for Ohio University’s 16 sports, to include the communication and distribution of sports related information to local, regional and national media. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director for Athletics Communications (University of North Texas / Denton, TX): UNT hiring for Assist Director-Athletics Communications. Resp: developing promotional & publicity strategies for dept. Digital & social media, dept website & traditional media relationship cultivation. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance (College of Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): Responsible for managing an NCAA Division I rules compliance program and enhancing a culture of compliance. Master’s Degree or J.D. preferred. NCAA rules and regulations required. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Athletic Marketing (Stony Brook University / Stony Brook, NY): The Director of Athletic Marketing will support the Assistant AD Athletic Marketing in the development and execution of a comprehensive marketing plan for the Department of Athletics. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Financial Aid Coordinator - Athletics (University of North Texas / Denton, TX): UNT is hiring for a Financial Aid Coordinator. Resp: day to day financial aid compliance, assist drafting & submitting waivers. Coordinate all financial-aid related activities for student athletes. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Enforcement – Basketball Development (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for developing specific expertise in men's and women's basketball recruiting environments. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Enforcement – Football Development (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for developing specific expertise in and knowledge of the football recruiting environment through monitoring, investigation, and outreach. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Enforcement – Investigations and Processing (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for investigating and processing potential violations of NCAA legislation, compiling and evaluating evidence of infractions, and drafting necessary submissions. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Administration (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Plans, organizes, and facilitates activities for Director of Athletics and Department of Athletics Administration. More details HERE.

Account Executive-Corporate Partnerships (Peak Sports MGMT / Multiple Cities): Position is responsible for, but not limited to, supporting their respective property in areas of game-day and event operations, activation, fulfillment, marketing, office and administrative support. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Athletic Facilities & Recreation (Babson College / Wellesley, MA): The Associate Director is responsible for the management and daily operations of all athletics facilities, including daily and event operations, scheduling, security and programming. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director for Compliance (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): Responsible for daily management of the University’s compliance efforts in intercollegiate athletics, including the education and enforcement of NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. More details HERE.

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Governance (America East Conference / Boston, MA): Position is responsible for the conference’s compliance program, student-athlete academic programs as well as NCAA legislation and governance strategy. More details HERE.

Digital Media Coordinator (Campbell University / Buies Creek, NC): Responsible for assisting in all facets of athletics video, digital and social media. More details HERE.

Marketing & Events Assistant (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Successful candidate will assist in the creation and implementation of marketing plans for Dartmouth's ticketed sports. More details HERE.

Director of Football Gameday Operations (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics is seeking applicants for a Director of Football Gameday Operations to direct all aspects of Penn State Football game day. Please apply online: More details HERE.

Head Women's Tennis Coach (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Position is responsible for the management and administration of all phases of the women’s tennis program in a manner that upholds the philosophy and objectives of the Oregon Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Head Women's Golf Coach (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): This position is responsible for the management and administration of all phases of the women's golf program in a manner that upholds the philosophy and objectives of the Oregon Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Women's Soccer (UNC Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Assistant Coach, Women’s Soccer, assists the Head Coach in providing leadership for a NCAA Division I soccer program. Assist with all aspects of the women’s soccer program. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Athletics for Business Operations (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): The Associate Director of Athletics for Business is responsible for the management of all financial matters within the Department of Athletics and is the department’s liaison with other departments. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Communications (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Prepare student-athletes and coaches for interview settings; provide stories, updates, and content related to the program and ensuing competitions to elevate interest in Oregon athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications (Central Michigan University / Mount Pleasant, MI): The assistant director is responsible for social media strategies and managing content. This position has external communication oversight over multiple sports, including women's basketball. More details HERE.

Visual Media Specialist (Baylor University / Waco, TX)The Visual Media Specialist is responsible for producing video content and building graphic animations and still graphics for distribution to external constituents on digital platforms. More details HERE.

Assistant Women's Golf Coach (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist in organizing and administering appropriate pre-season, season, and post-season programs necessary for a quality women’s golf program. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs (Southeast Missouri State University / Cape Girardeau, MO): This position is responsible for managing internal operations for department of athletics including oversight of facilities and event management, sports medicine, strength and conditioning. More details HERE.

Director of Finance and Accounting (Florida International University / Miami, FL): FIU Athletics is seeking a Director of Finance & Accounting to oversee all financial activities of Athletics Operations. Ensures successful operation of the Business Office & works with Athletic Dir. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Digital Media (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Will be responsible for developing bold and intentional content for Purdue Athletics digital platforms. Also serve as the marketing and communications liaison to the varsity men’s and women’s tennis. More details HERE.

Head Coach, Men's & Women's Track & Field/Cross Country (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): Administer and teach all phases of training and fundamentals for a successful program in accordance with NCAA, CAA, and UNCW’s rules and regulations. More details HERE.

Chief Financial Officer/Senior Associate Athletic Director (Ohio University / Athens, OH): This position directs and oversees the finance unit of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and is the financial spokesman for the department. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director - Business and Administration (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): Job Title: Assistant Athletics Director - Business and Administration Job ID: 24615 Compensation Classification: Administrative Analyst Specialist Exempt – III Anticipated Salary: $6,667/ month. More details HERE.

Director, Athletics Development / Senior Associate Director, Athletics (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Responsible for all aspects of fundraising for Athletics at Boston College, in alignment with the Athletic Director’s vision for the program, the University’s mission, and fundraising best practices. More details HERE.

Assistant Director-Athletic Event Management (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Chapel Hill, NC): This position will be responsible for providing outstanding leadership to support Game Day Management for as many as 10 of UNC’s 28 sport programs. More details HERE.

Senior Coordinator of Spirit & Traditions (Baylor University / Waco, TX): Baylor is seeking a Senior Coordinator of Spirit & Traditions to serve as a liaison between Student Activities & the Athletics department. More details HERE.

Human Resources Strategic Partner (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State University Intercollegiate Athletics and Human Resources are seeking a Human Resources Strategic Partner to be part of the ICA leadership team. Apply at More details HERE.

Account Executive, Ticket Sales (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): 2 positions open for Account Executive, Ticket Sales. Position is responsible for selling season tickets, partial plans, group tickets, and premium seating. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Golf (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): The Head Golf Coach will direct, organize and administer all aspects of our Division I Men’s Golf program. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director, Compliance (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Provide day-to-day oversight over all DAPER initiatives for compliance with NCAA and Pac-12 Conference rules. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director of Facilities and Operations (Florida International University / Miami, FL): Seeking an Assistant AD/Facilities & Ops to oversee the facility management of Riccardo Silva Stadium. Serves as the Athletics department facility liaison to the FIU Football program. More details HERE.

Coordinator, ACC Network (Virginia Tech Athletics / Blacksburg, VA): The Coordinator will assist in the day-to-day execution of ACC Network/ESPN broadcasts of Virginia Tech Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Digital Strategy (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): Assist in the ideation and execution of web design, graphic design, video production, social media and other digital and online projects towards generating revenue and enhancing fan engagement. More details HERE.

Development Officer for Athletics (University of Albany / Albany, NY): Designing and executing solicitation strategies to secure gifts of $25,000+ from alumni and friends of the University, with special responsibility for securing gifts to UAlbany's athletics program. More details HERE.

Director, Annual Giving - Athletics (University of Alabama / Tuscaloosa, AL): Generates charitable support for the Crimson Tide Foundation’s annual fund. Responsibilities include soliciting annual fund gifts; creating, administering, and tracking annual giving programs. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach 1 - Baseball (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Under the supervision of the Head Baseball Coach: assist in the administration, organization and coaching of the university’s NCAA Division I Baseball program. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach 1 - Pitching (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Head Baseball Coach organize and administer all aspects of our NCAA Division I Baseball program. More details HERE.

Bob Hammel Communications Internship (Big Ten Conference / Rosemont, IL): Responsibilities: Communications, public relations, publications. Assist: Statistical compilation, press releases, media guides, records books, championship programs.Engage social media Must have 4yr degree More details HERE.

Director for Student-Athlete Development (University of Massachusetts Amherst / Amherst, MA): The University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Athletics is accepting applications for a Director for Student-Athlete Development. More details HERE.

Digital Marketing Coordinator (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): This position will be responsible for results-based marketing of Arizona Athletics. Responsible for overall digital strategy, including customer experience and outbound marketing. More details HERE.

Director of Development (Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): The Director of Development will develop and implement long and short term plans to secure major gifts from alumni, friends, volunteers, corporations, foundations and other entities. More details HERE.

Director / Assistant Director, Marketing (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will support all marketing efforts to generate revenue, increase attendance and build affinity through email marketing, digital advertising & supporting traditional advertising efforts. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development, R Fund (Rutgers University / New Brunswick, NJ): R Fund is seeking an ambitious development professional to join their team. This position is responsible for the oversight & execution of athletic donor-related events & stewardship. More details HERE.

Assistant Manager of Annual Giving (University of Alabama at Birmingham / Birmingham, AL): This position will assist in carrying out designated duties and responsibilities for the Blazer Boosters Annual Giving Program. More details HERE.

Development Associate (University of Alabama at Birmingham / Birmingham, AL): The University of Alabama at Birmingham seeks a Development Associate assisting Blazer Boosters. This is a 10-month paid internship. More details HERE.

Head Coach, Softball (Brown University / Providence, RI): This position is responsible for all aspects of the Softball program. The incumbent also maintains positive relations with alumnae and friends groups. More details HERE.

Photographer/Media Specialist (University of Tennessee / Knoxville, TN): The University of Tennessee Athletics Department is searching for a Photographer to join their Media Relations unit. This position serves as the secondary photographer for Tennessee Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director-Athletic Marketing & Promotions (University of South Dakota / Vermillion, SD): Is responsible for all aspects of marketing and promoting USD Athletics, including developing and implementing a comprehensive marketing plan that drives attendance, ticket sales and revenue. More details HERE.

Director, Athletics Compliance (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Director, Athletics Compliance will be responsible for performing work related to compliance with all NCAA and ACC rules and regulations, concentrating in the area of financial aid and time demands. More details HERE.

Annual Giving Officer / Senior Annual Giving Officer, Athletics (Bucknell University / Lewisburg, PA): The role of the AGO,Athletics is to secure annual unrestricted and designated funds through the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of alumni, parents and friends. More: More details HERE.

Ticket Analyst (University of California, Berkeley / Berkeley, CA): Helps streamline deposit process and assists with ticket revenue reconciliation. Employee must be able to analyze ticket sales based on historical data, goals, and benchmarks. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Volleyball (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The University of Notre Dame ( is accepting applications for an Assistant Coach, Volleyball. Visit AA/EOE. More details HERE.

Video Production Assistant (Part-Time) (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The Video Production Assistant (Part-Time) will assist the Director of the Zips Digital Network in the production of all athletics multimedia content. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Development, Annual Giving & Alumni Relations (University of California, Berkeley / Berkeley, CA): This position is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of annual gift-level prospective donors and comprehensive fundraising and alumni relations programs. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director - Academics (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): Responsible for providing leadership to the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services (CATS), delivering comprehensive, world-class support services to University of Kentucky student-athletes. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Development (University of Michigan / Ann Arbor, MI): The purpose of the Michigan Athletic Development team is to garner financial support to enable the Athletic Department to provide the necessary resources to all varsity teams and student-athletes. More details HERE.

Video Coordinator for Football (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The Video Coordinator for Football is responsible for all video operations within the football program. More details HERE.

Athletics Head Coach - Lacrosse (Indiana University of Pennsylvania / Indiana, PA): Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) invites applicants for Head Lacrosse Coach to assist in all aspects of the IUP Women's Lacrosse program at the Division II level. More details HERE.

Athletics Head Coach - Softball (Indiana University of Pennsylvania / Indiana, PA): Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) invites applicants for Head Softball Coach to assist in all aspects of the IUP Softball program at the Division II level. More details HERE.

Lead Communications Engineer - Athletics (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible knowledge of engineering principles that applies to telecommunication and broadcast systems. Knowledge of media production, communication techniques and methods. Search req#ID 14442BR. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director/Director, Athletic Development (Boston University / Boston, MA): Responsible for planning and advancing athletic fundraising programs and priorities and securing gifts to advance the Campaign for Boston University and meet Campaign goals for Athletics. More details HERE.

Associate/Sr, Associate Director, Athletics Major Giving (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Responsible for the cultivation and solicitation of alumni, parents and friends of Boston College who are capable of making gifts of $100,000 to $999,999 to support Boston College Athletics. More details HERE.

Regional Sales Manager (Tailgate Guys / Atlanta, Gainesville, Austin): Opportunity to join Tailgate Guys as the Regional Sales Manager - Positions will work under our SVP of Sales & Business Dev & directly with each of our General Managers to assist w/ sales leadership. More details HERE.

Director - West Coast Region (Tailgate Guys / Los Angeles, CA): Opportunity to be part of Tailgate Guys westward expansion. Director will report to COO and oversee the sales and operations in this new and growing market. More details HERE.

General Manager - Northeast Region (Tailgate Guys / Pittsburgh, PA): Join Tailgate Guys as General Manager of the NE Region. Position will report to the Director of the NE. The GM will oversee all sales & operations with opportunities for growth in the NE Region. More details HERE.

Project Manager (Tailgate Guys / Oklahoma City, OK): Join Tailgate Guys as a ​Project Manager​ in Oklahoma​. Position will report to the Senior PM. Serve as the ​primary point of contact for this growing property.​ More details HERE.

TICKET SERVICES COORDINATOR (Kansas State University / Manhattan, KS): Assist the Assist Dir of Ticket Serv to ensure consistent daily ops of the KSA ticket office. More details HERE.

Athletics Communications Intern (University of Akron / Akron, OH): Seeking an athletics communications intern to establish and maintain relationships with local, regional and national media to maximize coverage and exposure of Akron Athletics. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Commissioner (Big South Conference / Charlotte, NC): A senior leadership position with the Big South Conference with oversight of the operating units of men’s basketball and external relations and reporting to the Commissioner. More details HERE.

Ticket Office Sales Representative (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Provide customer service and ticket sales duties in person and via the telephone. Customer base includes current season ticket holders, SDSU students, SDSU faculty/staff, and the general public. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach 1 - Women's Basketball (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Head Women’s Basketball coach to organize and administer all aspects of our NCAA Division I women’s basketball program. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director (University of Southern Mississippi / Hattiesburg, MS): Oversight of the following operating units: Athletic Compliance, Athletic Academic Services (SAEP), Athletic Training, and Strength & Conditioning (including the nutrition program). More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Communications (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque, NM): The University of New Mexico Athletics Department is accepting applications for the Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Communications. More details HERE.

ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, ATHLETICS MARKETING (Eastern Michigan University / Ypsilanti, MI): Research, develop and execute comprehensive, integrated marketing communication plans for football, basketball and volleyball, and develop plans as needed for EMU's other Division I Athletic programs. More details HERE.

Assistant AD Sales and Corporate Sponsorhips (University of Missouri - Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): This position reports to AD, and is responsible for the overall corporate sponsorship and sales efforts for the department including planning, implementation & evaluation of annual & long-term goals. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Marketing & Fan Engagement (Marquette University / Milwaukee, WI): The Assistant Director – Marketing & Fan Engagement will serve as the primary marketing director for women’s volleyball team and men’s lacrosse teams. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance (CSUN / Northridge, CA): The Associate Athletics Director for Compliance Services is responsible for the overall quality and comprehensive nature of the Compliance Program for the CSUN Department of Athletics. More details HERE.

Manager of New Media (University of Wyoming / Laramie, WY): Manage official UW Athletics website; manage all UW Athletics social media efforts; manage the media trade program, assist in discovery of new social, mobile and digital advertising opportunities. More details HERE.

Head Men's Golf Coach (Ohio University / Athens, OH): Position is responsible for coaching and developing a highly competitive Division I men’s golf team with a full complement of scholarships and cost of attendance. More details HERE.

Athletics Ticket Office Intern (University of Kentucky Athletics / Lexington, KY): Currently seeking candidates for 2 paid intern positions in the Ticket Office. This internship is designed to provide learning opportunities & expose individuals to all aspects of ticket operations. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Development (University of California, Los Angeles / Los Angeles, CA): UCLA is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to cultivate and solicit major gifts for annual fund, endowments, capital projects, and individual sports funds. Search Requisition #28122. More details HERE.

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach (#10879) (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The University of Akron, a NCAA Division I (FBS) institution is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Women's Basketball Coach. Bachelor's required. EEO/AA. Employer/Veterans/Disabled. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Trainer (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The University of Akron, a NCAA Division I Institution and member of the Mid-American Conference is accepting applications for five full-time Assistant Athletic Trainer positions. More details HERE.
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