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The Minnesota Board of Regents yesterday voted 9-2 in favor of endorsing a three-year contract extension for Gophers' AD Coyle, with financial terms remaining mostly unchanged. If granted final approval today, Coyle's contract would call for his base salary to remain at $850K with the chance to earn up to an additional $150K in incentives based on team performances, academic results and other factors. In addition, Coyle will receive $100K contributed to his retirement account each year. Regent Dean Johnson: "When you have someone who is the best in his industry and his vocation, you need to keep them." The contract also includes a gradually reducing penalty were Coyle to leave early, a change from the original contract which called for Coyle to pay a termination fee equal to his base salary if he left early. While some regents see the extension as potentially tying the hands of Prez Kaler's successor, Kaler says the new agreement sends a "strong message to a valuable member of our community." (link)
In the wake of news that broke yesterday concerning an irregularity in Pac-12 FB in-game officiating & review procedures, Commish Scott has announced the league will make significant changes to its protocols, saying: "I’ve come to the conclusion that we’ve made mistakes in terms of our procedures involved with replay review in the command center. We mixed administrative oversight and leadership with real-time replay review calls made by experts on the field, in the stadium, and in the command center. Moreover, we’ve allowed for ambiguity about who’s got the final call and who makes the ultimate decisions in replay review. ... We want to eliminate any ambiguity from that." The first change will be to eliminate influence of Director of Officiating Coleman and General Counsel & SVP of Business Affairs Dixon during the review process. Additionally, the Pac-12 will engage with stakeholders, including presidents, ADs and coaches, and survey other leagues to determine best practices in replay decisions. (link)
MBB-FBI: Adidas consultant Gassnola was back on the stand, says he tried to get housing & a job for the mother of former Arizona student-athlete Ayton to attend Kansas & felt like he let the Jayhawks down when Ayton committed to the Wildcats. Admits he gave money to the guardian of current KU student-athlete De Sousa after he learned a Maryland booster was paying $60K to lure De Sousa to College Park. There was also plenty of testimony on cash for another former KU student-athlete, Billy Preston. Gassnola called former Louisville HC Pitino when the new broke last year, "my mind was going crazy and I was looking for information." Adds that Pitino did not know about the payment plan for former student-athlete Bowen. Miami (FL) & Maryland also mentioned. Gassnola will be cross examined on Monday as there's no court today. (link); Yahoo's Wetzel notes how Gassnola mentioned meeting with Kentucky's Calipari, then-Indiana & current Georgia HC Crean to talk about prospective student-athletes, as well. (link); The Twitter feeds of Wetzel & CBSSports' Norlander include a number of additional details from court yesterday. Wetzel believes a "not guilty" verdict is still fully in play, calls the government's case "weak." (link, link); ESPN's Bilas thinks MBB will get back to business as usual & the current court case won't change a thing. (link): The Athletic's & CBS' Davis wonders how Kansas can play De Sousa this season. (link); Clemson HC Brownell: "I think maybe for a short time, guys had their guard up a little bit. “But I’ve always said, the guys that are going to cheat are going to cheat." (link)
Big Ten MBB Media Day: Commish Delany says Detroit could be in the mix to host the post-season Tourney once a new cycle of locations is selected for 2022 & beyond. Focus in the midwest will continue to be Chicago & Indianapolis with roughly one in five tournaments going to the east coast. (link); Michigan State HC Izzo was asked about the Nassar saga in East Lansing, "The thought that I was gonna hide something like what happened makes me sick. The thought of that makes me sick. It’s never been hidden. It never was. That was the big complaint on me and Dantonio and (former athletic director Mark) Hollis and it never was hidden. Never will be hidden." (link); Michigan HC Beilein on the MBB-FBI developments, "I know Michigan's clean. I'm not going to worry about any of those other things. For those who aren't clean, we need to get them out of the game. We need to get them out of this thing, so that we can proceed and run all the programs the right way." (link); Maryland's Turgeon on the same topic, "To be honest with you, I think our game is in great shape ... I like to think it's not going to have an impact on our game." (link)
The arrival of Fresno State AD Tumey has been followed by a series of shake-ups, according GV Wire's Taub, who reports that former interim AD Robertello has since been reassigned as special assistant to the vice president for student affairs and enrollment management. In addition, Senior Assoc. AD for External Communication Ladwig has been on paid leave since September 6, and a university spokesperson has said his employment will end June 7, 2019. Ladwig is joined on paid leave by Assoc. AD for Internal Operations Kriebs, whose employment will also end in June 2019. Bulldog Foundation VP Ueland says Ladwig's departure took him by surprise: "I liked Paul, he was a pretty good guy. It's the new athletic director's choice, but I don't know what his rationale was." (link, link)
Texas State AD Teis & university Prez Trauth touched on the state of the Bobcats' department. Teis on overall success, "Two years ago, we did have a really good Men’s Basketball season. We slipped up some last year. And believe me, I’m trying every formula possible because if you look at the last 100 years we’ve had these issues. Since ‘81 ‘82 National Championship, I think we’ve only won two conference championships." Trauth on unrest within the fan base, "We are very aware. We are...I personally am just as disappointed as our fans are of our win-loss record in football this year... I don’t want to be One-and-Four and I hate it for everybody. I hate it for the coaches. I hate it for the student-athletes in football. I hate it for everyone in the department." (link); First link here is Teis' full employment contract, which includes a base of $329K, a $115K lump sum payment from Teis if he were to terminate the deal. The second link is Teis' most recent performance evaluation, in which Trauth pointed to FB bowl eligibility as a goal for this year. More. (link, link)
ABCA Executive Director Keilitz will advocate for the addition of a third assistant coach for DI baseball programs this fall ahead of an April Board of Directors vote. A proposal submitted by the SEC and approved last week by the student-athlete experience committee would give DI teams the option to replace their volunteer assistant with a full-time third assistant coach, part-time assistant coach or graduate assistant position, depending on what the schools can afford. While Keilitz has supported the proposal, he says some smaller schools have pushed back, saying the new rule would only widen their financial disadvantage, as some programs have fewer than the two full-time assistants that are already allowed. Currently, the player-to-coach ratio in baseball, assuming a 35-man roster, is 12:1, the highest in all of DI. Meanwhile, softball, which is also included in the proposal, has a ratio of 7:1. Keilitz: "The numbers don’t lie, our ratio is so bad. Baseball has done such a great job academically, TV-wise, our national championship, on campus, I just can’t imagine people voting against this when you look at that. ... This is not a haves and have-nots issue, this is the right thing to do for our student-athletes. Where our sport of baseball has come so far, we deserve to have another coach." (link)
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A-10 ADs wrapped up the league's fall business meetings this week, during which they engaged with the Student-Athletes Advisory Committee (SAAC) on current challenges, especially in four key areas: diversity and inclusion, career preparation, campus sexual assault and activism. In addition, league officials reviewed championship sites for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons, heard a progress report on the league's media partnerships and participated in a seminar on mental health and wellness, among other agenda items. Commish McGlade: "This is the fourth year in a row that the A-10 has invited the SAAC representatives to participate in league business meetings. I believe it’s an excellent opportunity for our athletes to step away from their teams and represent all student-athletes at their institutions on a conference level. … Their interaction [with ADs], exchange of information and collaborative creative thinking allows the A-10 to lead the way nationally in this educational and professional development effort.” (link)
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Tulane AD Dannen says he's seen "our fan base, our alumni base, rally around us" in the midst of missing out on bowl eligibility on a controversial play against SMU last year. "“It wasn’t, ‘Tulane found a way to lose again’ or ‘Woe is us.’ I felt that everyone had united. They really understood where the program had come in the first two years under (head coach) Willie (Fritz).” Dannen continues to push TU forward, "Since the ’98 (undefeated) team, we haven’t given the fans a lot to embrace. People will walk away if you’re not successful and you’re not fun. And winning is fun. I’m a big believer that people are waiting for good things to happen so they can get engaged and involved." (link)
Through four home FB games this season, Louisville has announced an average attendance of 50,975 against an actual turnstile average of 34,986. To be fair, one of the four kicks was in a monsoon against Indiana State. Cards AD Tyra notes the matchup with Florida State did not end up including two high-performing squads, which impacted butts in seats. Also, "I think the biggest (factor) is you have to figure out the right value for your fans. Whether it’s getting creative in pricing, whether it’s getting creative at the concession stand like we’ve done, I just think you’ve got to be engaged with your fan base. They vote with their wallet, and we've got to deliver not only a great product on the field but a good product overall so that they have a good fan experience for the full day." (link)
Recently departed Oklahoma FB DC Stoops opened up to The Athletic's Kersey. Most interesting are his comments on connecting with today's student-athletes, "That’s where some of the disconnect comes. It would never be personal. No coaches want to yell just to yell. They’re coaching to teach and trying to make you understand the point. If you’re not precise in this game, you’re going to get lit up. Some kids think they’re being picked on or that coach doesn’t like me; well, it has nothing to do with that." Stoops admits that he's a perfectionist and that his "intensity is well-known" and that "I'm not out there running for prom king" but says "I did everything I could. ... It's been excruciating and very uncomfortable the last few years. No one likes to be criticized. It hurts. It hurt a lot for a long tome, but I feel like they can't hurt me no more." (link)
DI-bound UC San Diego gives a look at its data-driven sports performance department, which has facilitated cross-campus collaboration with engineers and UCSD's Data Science Institute staff. Sports Performance Analyst Green talks about giving S-As a "new baseline" and "constant stimuli" to improve performance, which will also help on the recruiting front: "We’re at a good point where we can show there’s personalization without prejudice or biases." Indicates the department hopes to work with the Data Science Institute to create a software platform that will house data and help determine key performance indicators. And on the vision for where the advancements could go, Green, who previously worked for the NBA's Brooklyn Nets and MLB's Los Angeles Dodgers: "We could be at the forefront and have proprietary things here that are pushing the field outside of campus, that are changing the sports performance world." (link
More Personnel: Charleston Southern hires former Judson (NAIA) HC Taylor as the new Softball HC for the Bucs. (link); Georgia extends WBB HC Taylor through 2024 with a new $750K/year deal. (link); Idaho interim AD Isakson selects former Ferris State (DII) Men's and Women's HC Hangstefer as the new leader of the Vandals' Men's Tennis team. (link); Boston College AD Jarmond goes with World Pro Ski Tour Exec. Dir. of Sales and Marketing Marshall as the new HC for the BC skiing team. (link); Cal Poly Director of Development and Individual Sport Philanthropy Brantley is the new Director of Major Gifts and Advancement for the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation. (link); Former LSU FB HC Miles explains why he thinks he has been on the sidelines for the last two years: "I'm still looking for an athletic director and school that want to introduce Les Miles to their football team as head coach. And up to this point, I have not found the group that I can really partner with. ... I think there's still an opportunity out there, and I'm not ready to admit that there isn't. I will continue to look around, and if that opportunity's not there, I'm gonna enjoy my life, wherever it leads. That much I can promise you." (link); Southern Illinois Chancellor Montemango passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer. (link)
Here's the transcript of an interesting podcast led by Recode's Kafka with former Ticketmaster CEO & Twitter senior executive Hubbard, who is now leading start-up ticketing infrastructure play, Rival. Hubbard on one angle of how Rival looks to disrupt the industry, "If teams only know 10 percent of their customers today, if the venue only knows 10 percent of the people walking in the door or 20 percent of the people walking in the door, there are sort of a force multiplier you can put on the number of customer relationships you have and the experience you can provide to that person. If I don’t know you in the same way that Amazon knows you extraordinarily well, it can build a great online experience, these venues should know you intimately well to be able to provide a great experience for you." Hubbard says Amazon's push into the ticketing space hasn't really worked so far because they don't have much supply (inventory of tickets), says Rival is building the "best tools in the world" for venues & teams to leverage the "entire retail campus" around an event. More. (link)
Harvard Business Review contributor Bregman outlines why leaders must develop complementary strengths to optimize the performance of all team members. To illustrate, Bregman profiles a strong leader, who inspires loyalty in his employees; however, Bregman explains, the leader also inspires fear, especially among those who don't know him. "To be clear, [the leader] is not abusive. He simply has a high bar and is respectfully intolerant of mediocrity." The problem, according to Bregman, is that fearful employees make overly conservative decisions and keep what could be great ideas to themselves. While acknowledging that the problem, at least in part, is attributable to the employees' insecurities, Bregman explains that it is nonetheless actionable by the manager who wants to get the best out of his employees. The solution, Bregman submits, is not watering down the leader's strengths but developing a complementary attribute to work in concert. "Instead of reducing his incisiveness, [the leader] should increase his warmth." Full article. (link)
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With Notre Dame FB still undefeated & surging, Fighting Irish AD Swarbrick says he has "enormous confidence in the (CFP) selection committee and process," despite a regular season that will end without a 13th data point. Swarbrick notes there is another squad who could play a 13th game, BYU, but were told they couldn't. If ND is still squarely in the CFP mix, will Swarbrick watch conference championship games on December 1st? "Probably not. We may have hockey or basketball games. It is what it is. I'm not wasting any psychological energy on it." (link)
The latest 'Ask the AD' segment with Kansas State's Taylor includes some review of the recent Big 12 leadership meetings, "One of the things we talked about, do we adjust our football travel size for away games because of the new redshirt rule? We didn't do anything with it but in those conversations, there's still a lot of conversation about the transfer rules and how they're going to affect what we are doing as a conference." Taylor also says KSU is "pleased" with the early results of the new beer garden at FB games & continues to learn more about the execution, points to the passion of Wildcats fans for the feedback he's receives on FB's season thus far. (link)
Deals: TCU AD Donati indicates all 48 loge boxes have been sold in the east side expansion of Amon G. Carter Stadium. 60% of club seats have been moved, too. (link); Clemson invested in an insurance policy to cover itself in the event of top-end FB & MBB success this year. Risk Point Consulting sold the policy that comes with a $215K premium, $425K deductible & insures up to $1.25M of bonuses. A similar strategy by the Tigers back in 2016 saved $1.3M. (link); Nicholls State selects Peak Sports MGMT to handle its multimedia rights. (link); Troy goes with Affinity Licensing, becoming the fourth school in Affinity's portfolio. (link)
Facilities: Check out this video look of Miami (FL)'s new Carol Soffer Indoor Football Practice facility. Canes HC Richt calls it the finest such facility in the industry. (link); Virginia FB HC Mendenhall on the push for new digs in Charlottesville, "More than anything else, to make a clear and simple statement that Virginia football matters. It’s not an afterthought. It’s a priority and we intend to be excellent. [...] I would go as far as to say the well-being of the athletic department is tied to football’s success." (link); More from the Cavs as a partnership with Ting will improve wi-fi at Scott Stadium thanks to 168 access points to push new 5G service. John Paul Jones Arena will get wi-fi upgrades, too. UVa is also installing new Dak boards at soccer & LAX venues. (linklink)
Reports indicate the PGA Championship's new TV rights deal come 2020, that now includes ESPN in place of Turner, will generate $70M per year, up sharply from the current number of $22M. ESPN is believed to be paying $40M per year with CBS, which has the more valuable programming assets, kicking in another $30M. Analyst Shackelford's view, "So far, not a word has been uttered about how the extra cash in the coffers will benefit the PGA of America membership, nor was there any mention of reducing the horrible commercial and promo overload that has made the PGA Championship golf’s least appealing major on television." (link)
Also Noticed: Cool twist on a cancer awareness game as Miami (Ohio) FB will let each student-athlete choose his own colored ribbon on his helmet. The colors will correlate with certain cancers, with players choosing their ribbon based on how they've been affected by cancer. Five helmets will be auctioned off after the game. (link); Former UCLA MBB star Love kicks off his mental health awareness initiative, the Kevin Love Fund, by gifting Headspace subscriptions and in-person mental training sessions to all Bruins student-athletes. (link); "The Chute," the premium area for beer service inside LSU's Tiger Stadium, has reached capacity each of the first three home games. (link); Richmond looks to become the first DI in Virginia to sell beer at MBB games, with alcohol sales to the general public beginning this season. (link); If the forthcoming Big 12 schedule keeps the Texas Tech-Baylor game on Thanksgiving weekend, Red Raiders' AD Hocutt expects the game's location to remain at AT&T Stadium, otherwise he foresees a home-and-home series returning. (link); UT Martin will host Northwestern State in its first FB game of next season. (link); Arkansas and Oklahoma State announce a FB home-and-home, 2024 in Stillwater and 2027 in Fayetteville. (link); New Mexico Men's Soccer will not have a spring season, though "the team remains hopeful" the decision to discontinue the program in July will be reversed. (link); Instagram is testing a "tap through posts" option vs the "scroll through" method. (link)
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(NEW!) Assistant/Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Student Services (Fairfield University / Fairfield, CT): Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day administration and operation of a comprehensive compliance and rules education program for 20 varsity sports and 450 student athletes. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Coach 1 - Strength & Conditioning (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength & Conditioning and the Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach with general oversight of the Strength and Conditioning Program. More details HERE.

(UPDATED TITLE!) Assistant Director Marketing and Promotions (Florida Atlantic University / Boca Raton, FL): Reports to Senior Associate AD for External Relations. The position will develop & execute annual marketing plans, create & implement marketing strategies, develop event scripts. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Director, Job #443336 (Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): Manages ticket operations for selected events including programming, invoicing, allocation, distribution, season database maintenance and assisting customers with inquiries and ticket purchases. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Manager - Sales (Brown University / Providence, RI): This position will provide support to the Assistant Director of Athletics – Marketing & Ticketing, specifically in the area of Ticket Sales. Ticket Supervisor for select paid athletic events. More details HERE.

Assistant Coordinator (Athletics) (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Provides customer service to Bulldog Club members & season ticket holders on a daily basis; makes in person contact with potential donors for the purpose of giving financial support to MS State Ath. More details HERE.

Learning Specialist/Academic Advisor (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): WSUAthletics is accepting applications for the position of Learning Specialist/Academic Advisor. Applications are accepted through October 21, 2018. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director (Kansas Athletics, Inc. / Lawrence, KS): The Assistant Athletics Director assists with fundraising efforts, serves as Sports Administrator for Track & Field and Cross Country, and chairs a diversity recruitment committee. More details HERE.

Director of Photography (University of Minnesota / Minneapolis, MN): Direct all facets of photography for 25-sport Intercollegiate Athletics Department. Serve as the primary photographer for the athletics department including all studio, specialty, event and live games. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Strength & Conditioning (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): Under the direction of the Head Coach, Strength & Conditioning, the Assistant Coach, Strength & Conditioning, will develop and manage effective individual and group strength/conditioning programs for. More details HERE.

Associate Director/Director of Licensing (University of Arkansas / Fayetteville, AR "Best Place to Live in the SEC"): Looking for a revenue-generation focused creative to join the Razorback team. This individual will manage our licensing program and help shape one of the most unique brands in sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club, Special Events and Hospitality (Elon University / Elon, NC): The Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club, Special Events and Hospitality is responsible for building relationships with alumni and friends of Elon University. More details HERE.

Website/Digital Specialist (Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): The Website/Digital Specialist is responsible for the daily maintenance and updating of OhioStateBuckeyes.com, the official website for the Department of Athletics. Job #443337 More details HERE.

Deputy Director of Athletics (Virginia Commonwealth University / Richmond, VA): Oversight and leadership of maximizing all revenues and awareness of the formal strategic objectives of the athletic department and provides leadership of the daily operations of the department. More details HERE.

Director, Video Content (University of Miami / Coral Gables, FL): Miami is seeking a dynamic, energetic and creative visual storyteller to help direct video content for one of the most iconic brands in collegiate athletics, with a special emphasis on UM Football. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Promotions (UGA Athletic Association / Athens, GA): Directly responsible for development and coordination of promotional plans, emphasizing awareness, attendance and event atmosphere for softball and men’s basketball. More details HERE.

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach (Old Dominion University / Norfolk, VA): The Head Women's Volleyball Coach position is primarily responsible for the management of the women’s volleyball program and instruction and counseling of student-athletes in the program. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Communications (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Meyers, FL): The Assistant Athletics Director, Communications oversees all media relations and social media platforms for FGCU’s NCAA Division I programs. Please visit https://jobs.fgcu.edu/postings/6039. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Development (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will serve as a field fundraiser for the Buck/Cardinal Club and manage the priority seating program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development/Annual Fund (Ole Miss Athletics Foundation / Oxford, MS): This position is a member of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation staff charged with the identification, solicitation and raising of annual fund gifts to support Ole Miss Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Athletics Business Operations (California State University, Fresno / Fresno, CA): Assistant Athletics Director is responsible for daily management & oversight of accounting & budgetary transactions for CSU, Fresno Athletics Corp. To apply: http://apptrkr.com/1304265. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director (AD) for Compliance (Florida Atlantic University / Boca Raton, FL): Under the direction of the Chief Compliance Office, the Senior Assoc. Athletic Director will be responsible for leading, planning, and organizing all phases of a Division I NCAA compliance program. More details HERE.

Director of Development (Texas State University / San Marcos, TX): Responsible for the daily operations of the Bobcat Club annual fund, executing solicitations and stewardship, maintaining accurate records/reporting and special events, including Bobcat Bonanza. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Ticketing Services (Kansas State University / Manhattan, KS): Point-of-contact for w-volleyball & baseball ticketing responsibilities; hire/train/manage student staff; dev/manage customer service program; liaison to Ahearn Fund for premium seating & parking. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Compliance (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Monitor and educate our staff on the NCAA, Big Ten and Purdue University rules and policies. Provide research and recommendations with educational outreach regarding NCAA or Big Ten rules. More details HERE.

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.

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.

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.

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-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 jobs.gmu.edu. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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 http://apptrkr.com/1295249 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 http://apptrkr.com/1292156. 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.
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