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MBB-FBI: Guilty on all counts is the headline. Sentencing scheduled for March 5th as all three defendants will remain out on bond. Max for each: Dawkins - 200 years, Gatto & Code - 80 years. (link, link); Earlier in the day Kansas said it will hold student-athlete De Sousa out of action indefinitely. KU Chancellor Girod & AD Long also released a statement after the verdict that included, "So, what now? First, we will await guidance from prosecutors as to next steps regarding the criminal matter. Second, once the Justice Department clears us to move forward, we will work with the NCAA to vigorously review new information presented during the trial. Third, we will continue to review the eligibility of all our student-athletes to ensure that they meet the eligibility standards of the NCAA and KU. Finally, while we have made no decision regarding a long-term contract extension with our apparel partner, adidas, we continue to evaluate our options. There is no timetable for a decision." Jayhawks HC Self says he & his staff don't offer prospective student-athletes anything beyond the benefits of playing in Lawrence, "I have total confidence in all members of my staff, including the one you mentioned, and feel as strongly about that today as I did five, 10, 15 years ago." (link, link, link); Yahoo's Wetzel points to U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Diskant as now the most powerful man in MBB. Moving forward, "The U.S. Attorney’s Office could also attempt to flip any or all of the people still involved and go after even more prominent names – potentially including the prominent head coaches who have thus far escaped prosecution. At this point, there is no one in basketball that doesn’t respect, if not outright fear, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York." Other attorneys Wetzel talked to wonder if this is the beginning or end of the drama. (link); Sports Illustrated legal expert McCann analyzes the outcome, notes that only 7% of appeals in federal cases are reversed. The trio has 30 days to file notice that it plans to appeal & the process would likely last over a year. McCann says others awaiting trial may now be more motivated to take a plea deal and, in big bold letters, "NCAA AMATEURISM RULES SUDDENLY GAIN THE POWER OF DETERRENCE." (link)
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled in favor of DraftKings and FanDuel in a lawsuit brought forth by former Northern Illinois FB student-athletes Daniels and Stingily and former Indiana FB student-athlete Stoner, who accused the daily fantasy sites of using their and other student-athletes names in games and advertising without permission. In its unanimous ruling, the court found that while Indiana's right of publicity law prohibits companies from using an individual's name or likeness without permission, the pictures and statistics used by the daily sites had a "newsworthy value" and were therefore not subject to the law. DraftKings chief legal officer Dodge: "Sports statistics -- and the ability for all fans to freely access them -- has always been at the center of the American sports experience. As previous generations engaged with statistics by reviewing box scores and batting leaders in the newspaper, the modern sports fan engages with statistics by playing fantasy sports contests." In his ruling, Indiana Supreme Court Judge David said that such statistics were not stripped of newsworthy value "simply because [they] are placed behind a paywall used in the context of a fantasy game. On the contrary, fantasy sports operators use factual data combined with a significant, creative component that allows consumers to interact with the data in a unique way." (link)
Former Miami (FL) FB HC Golden has filed a breach-of-contract suit against the university, claiming that "the unpaid portion of Plaintiff’s separation pay as of October 2018 is approximately $3 million and continues to grow.” While the basis for the suit has yet to be made public, the university has released a statement saying it is "disappointed" in the claim, adding: "The University has fulfilled all of its obligations to Coach Golden in connection with his separation from the University and will defend the claims.” In 2012, former FB HC Shannon also filed a a breach-of-contract suit against the university. The suit was settled later although terms were not disclosed. (link)
Orlando Sentinel columnist Bianchi primes the pump for UCF AD White to continue his march on the CFP, "P-5 bias with a lot of the national talking heads is not good for the game. It [the Power-5 bias] is growing and growing and getting to the point where it’s not even factual." Bianchi calls out ESPN analyst Howard, who advised UCF to schedule more "mid-level" Power 5 teams; however, Bianchi points out that UCF has scheduled several 'Power 5' teams the past several years, some of whom, such as Michigan and Penn State, are hardly "mid-level." White adds: "[Playing mid-level Power 5 teams] is exactly what our scheduling model is because I can’t get higher level Power 5 teams to play us home and home." In summation, Bianchi contends, every other American sport, "from the Little League to the professional level, has a playoff system that gives access to everybody. Except college football." (link)
Meanwhile, Big 12 Commish Bowlsby yesterday remarked that if an undefeated Notre Dame or a UCF team that will have gone undefeated for two years doesn't make this year's CFP "I think you'll hear a...cry for that expanded playoff," adding: "When you look at it and when they haven't lost for two years, I think there will legitimate arguments raised and some of them may be politically driven." In general, according to CBS's Dodd, Bowlsby had been discussing the "13th data point," or, perhaps, the lack thereof for schools who don't have the opportunity to play in a conference title game. Bowlsby: "Notre Dame is going to be in the same situation TCU was in [in 2014]. That year, TCU and Baylor tied for the conference title, but then-CFP Selection Committee Chair Long cited the lack of a "13th data point" for TCU, ultimately leading to the Horned Frogs' exclusion from the playoff.  Bowlsby also cited rhetoric from Utah Senator Hatch who, in 2004 when an undefeated Utah team wasn't selected for the BCS national championship, suggested sponsoring legislation to prevent it from happening in the future. "I don't think anybody wants that to happen, but I think there will be lots of conversation about it." (link)
More from Big 12 MBB Media Day: Commish Bowlsby, prior to the outcome in Lower Manhattan, "Whether or not the NCAA feels like it has to wait until all three trials are over, I'm not privy to those discussions. I fully expect there will be a follow on and investigation based on what has come out in the court case. The fact that the federal government is involved in it is significant. We're not at the point where athletic organizations can get involved in it." (link); The league's post-season tourney will stick in Kansas City through at least 2024 as part of a new deal. Bowlsby jokes, "Interestingly, we don't have much debate about the site of our men's tournament." (link); The Big 12 & Big East will hold hands for four years on a scheduling series starting in 2019-20. All members involved on both sides for all four years. Big East boss Ackerman: "This full-participation series assures our schools of premier non-conference competition that will only add to the strength of our two conferences." (link)
ACC MBB Media Day: Commish Swofford confirms the league will tip the 2019-20 season with a slate of conference match-ups, "We’ll see how that goes, how that feels. I’m excited about it. I think it will be really good announcing in a louder voice the start of the season and be good for our network in its first year." Swofford also believes the post-season tourney still needs to be in NYC "periodically," believes the MBB-FBI situation is a "healthy test" of NCAA infractions model. On legalized sports gambling, "Approach we’re taking is to not jump into this too quickly." (linklink, link); Duke's Coach K on the MBB-FBI outcome, "I would think it means something good for our sport. A jury found them guilty of breaking rules. They should be held accountable." (link); Syracuse HC Boeheim: "I don't think we should ever compensate players...They can keep their meal money...Everybody says, 'The coach makes this and the players (0).' The player is 17 years old. I've been working my whole life. There's a lot of 17-year-old kids that don't make money." Boeheim also with a back & forth with NBA superstar LeBron James on Twitter on the topic of former Orange commit Bazley's $1M deal with New Balance. (link, link); Georgia Tech HC Pastner on the new G League measures, "For the guy who’s maybe ranked in the top 10 or 5 in the recruiting classes, they can maybe do it. Maybe they do get a shoe deal or something like that. But if you don’t have a lot of hype, I don’t know who’s going to take you or even get you under contract." (link)
Ohio State AD Smith disputes reports that his relationship with FB HC Meyer has cooled, telling The Athletic that "frankly, we probably grew closer because of what we went through in August. There's no friction whatsoever. We're candid with one another. ... We talk almost every day." Smith also addresses his absence from Meyer's Monday news conferences, saying he "didn't feel right" when he came back from his suspension, adding: "I was going through a personal experience. I didn’t want to be there putting people in a situation where you’re asking me questions and I can’t answer them. ... At the beginning it was avoidance. It was intentional avoidance because I didn't want to be in that spot." Since then, Smith says his absence has been due to scheduling conflicts, although in his capacity as a member of the CFP Selection Committee, he will be traveling to Texas every Monday for attendant meetings. Smith also discusses Meyer's future at OSU amid reports the university was considering naming OC Day a coach-in-waiting, saying it's a conversation that will be held after the season. "We're not in that space at all. The last conversation I had with [Meyer] was him trying to figure out how we're gonna score in the red zone." (link)
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Notre Dame & Navy are set to meet on the gridiron Saturday night in San Diego & reports out of Ireland indicate the two will do the same once again in Dublin in 2020. (link); This year's FBS league championships on ESPN/ABC schedule is set with the MAC kicking things off on Friday the 30th. Saturday's order: Big 12 & Sun Belt at Noon, American at 3:45, Mountain West at 7:45 & ACC at 8. (link); More on South Carolina's push for a 12th FB game as Gamecocks AD Tanner remarks, "We are going to do our very best to have a 12th game. In a perfect world I’d like to (announce it) no later than Nov. 5 or 6. It would be even better if it’s before that. I’d like to have it all buttoned up by then." Marshall, Appalachian State or Southern Miss look like the most likely opponents. (link)
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Pac-12 ADs yesterday endorsed the recommendations of an internal review that would tighten the conference's FB instant replay procedures. A joint statement from the ADs reads, in part: "The safety of our student-athletes has been and will always be a priority with the Pac-12 Conference. The Conference office has acknowledged that mistakes have been made in our football replay process specific to the USC vs. Washington State game played on September 21, 2018.  The Conference office has taken action with the personnel involved with the game and have made important changes to the replay process and protocol. ... Moving forward, we have confidence in the integrity of our process and the personnel charged with monitoring the process." (link)
Arkansas State Vice Chancellor for Advancement Penry writes for AthleticDirectorU on university & athletics fundraising teams working in complement to one another. Penry: "Athletics excels at bridging this gap due to the transactional nature of its relationships with season tickets, tailgating passes and the like. Athletics also plays a sizeable role in getting alumni and friends to make campus visits, which research shows are a major precursor to principal gifts. […] One of our goals here at A-State is to have a diversified relationship portfolio for each potential major gift donor. Having all social capital for an individual donor tied up in one advancement officer can put a department in the precarious position of going back to square one, should that staffer leave the university. It is imperative to involve multiple people in cultivating the relationship with a prospect, which is why we encourage a coordinated effort among a myriad of parties that can include athletics administrators, coaches and student-athletes. […] I often say to friends in athletics that advancement may not be the starting shortstop on your fundraising team, but we can certainly be viewed as a pinch hitter that can deliver a grand slam in a crucial moment." Lots more. (link)
Incarnate Word boss Wickstrom, who transitioned from UC Riverside to Louisiana Monroe & now to UIW, says his family has become quickly attached to life in San Antonio, "(It's) the best city we’ve ever lived in. My kids are big UIW fans, they cheer when we win and cry when we lose. They talk about coming to school at UIW and wanting to play sports here. This campus has just a great family atmosphere." Wickstrom continues to see bright days ahead for the Cardinals, "I want UIW to become a nationally recognized, top Division I Catholic institution." (link)
USA Today's Myerberg takes a look at the near extinction of long-time FB ACs who stick at the same school for decades. Longtime Virginia Tech DC Foster recounts when he was in the mix for the open HC spot at Clemson, his kids asked if they could still have season tickets for the Hokies, which was his sign to stay in Blacksburg. West Virginia AD Lyons says "everyone is in a rush to become a head coach" & points to the compensation involved as a main driver. In addition to Foster, staffs at Iowa, TCU & Ohio are marked by leadership consistency. (link)
"We saw last year schools like Arizona State, Arkansas, Texas A&M and UCLA pay $10 million buyouts. We’ll find out in the next few weeks if schools like Louisville and North Carolina are ready to pay bigger ones." That's an "industry source" to Yahoo's Thamel, obviously on the topic of big buyouts for embattled FB HCs. Thamel proceeds to roll down the list: $32.1M - Auburn's Malzahn, $15M+ - USC's Helton, $14M Louisville's Petrino, $12M - North Carolina's Fedora, $12M - Illinois' Smith, $10M - Rutgers' Ash, $5.8M - Maryland's Durkin, $4M - Georgia Tech's Johnson, $3M - both Kansas HC Beaty & Kansas State's Snyder. (link)
More Personnel: Wyoming Senior Assoc. AD/SWA Jude named to the Division I Women's Soccer Committee for a three-year term. (link); Nicholls Volleyball HC Van Vark has been placed on administrative leave. (link); During OVC media days, Austin Peay MBB HC Figger interviews rival and Murray State boss McMahon, pretty good back and forth entertainment right here. (link)
A quartet of staffers from the NeuroLeadership Institute contribute to this HBR piece: "How to Gracefully Exclude Coworkers from Meetings, Emails, and Projects." 1) Focus on key employees to protect them from overload; 2) Address people's natural social needs; and 3) Set clear expectations - "exclusion only hurts when people expect to be included. ... Managing people's expectations ahead of time can act as a buffer against people feeling these kinds of social threats." Conclusion: "With the right approach, thoughtfully leaving people out could become one of the greatest managerial moves a leader makes." (link)
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Inside Higher Ed's Whitford jumps in on developments at Pacific as a tuition hike has many students & faculty up in arms. There's also plenty of talk about athletics as its ledger has been in the red. Former university donor Neves, "When you move to a different conference (to the WCC in 2013), your expenses are going to increase." Neves goes on to blame Prez Eibeck for putting "athletics in a position to fail. [...] It finally got to the point where I’m banging my head against the wall and asking myself 'What am I doing here?' We were looked at as human ATM machines, and I finally said that I’ve had enough." Political Science professor Ostberg points to Eibeck's salary of $567K, plus another $103K in additional comp last year, "She makes more than the president of the entire UC system. That’s insane." (link)
New St. John's boss Cragg points to trust as a key marker on his roadmap to elevate the Jonnies. More Cragg: "You have to have vision and creativity and strategic plans in order to make improvements at a place like St. John’s. It’s not going to happen overnight. There are a lot of needs. But our job is to create an environment for success. And I’m here for the long haul. […] Duke basketball of 30 years ago was not what you and I say see today. It’s going to take a lot of imagination, and a lot of passion and love for the institution to make the leap. But all the ingredients are there because the people want to be great." (link)
Summit League Commish Douple still radio silent on any details around conference expansion. With North Dakota's full transition, the Summit sits at nine members & there's lots of static around the potential addition of Augustana (DII). Coincidentally or not, AU is located in Sioux Falls & the Summit recently relocated to the same "Best Little City in America." (link)
LEAD1 boss McMillen with his latest 'Byte of the Week,' has thoughts on the G League's move to offer five-month $125K "select contracts" to some prospective MBB student-athletes. McMillen: "Twenty-six years ago I suggested the same thing. [...] This was part of my reform ideas in my book, 'Out of Bounds.' Our ADs were well aware this could happen. We polled them a few months ago and 50% strongly agreed or agreed that the NBA and its development leagues would be a significant competitor to the NCAA model within 10 years. [...] Change is upon us and college athletics will need to adjust." McMillen also mentions the possibility of recruits still choosing the collegiate route if they can make more than $125K under the table. (link)
In honor of recently passed Track & Field student-athlete McCluskey, the Utah FB team will wear a helmet decal with a winged foot logo on it during tomorrow night's game at UCLA. Will also hold a moment of silence at the game. (link); BYU student-athletes, coaches and staff gathered for a photo, with everyone in red "in expression of our love and support of the McCluskey family" and Utes athletics. (link)
Also Noticed: The Louisville College of Business and the UofL Athletics Department will partner to focus on building ethical leadership in college athletics with a new program funded  by the Cards, Adidas and AD Tyra. (link); Georgia Southern's Eagle Fund topped its $1.6M goal & again set a record for annual giving at $1.611M. $500K earmarked for facility upgrades. (link); Cincinnati MBB has sold out its season ticket stack with nearly $9K moved as the Bearcats return to their newly renovated home in the Fifth Third Arena. (link); Virginia Tech will rename its student-athlete development suite after longtime benefactor Lombardi and his family following a seven-figure gift from them. Lombardi ('95) is the chairman of the board for TeraThink. (link); Xavier and Sam Adams introduce the limited edition D'Artagnan's Draught, marking the first time Xavier has had its own custom-made beer. (link); The Big Ten fines Michigan State $10K for violating the conference's sportsmanship policy during the pregame altercation between MSU and Michigan last week.(link); Northeastern will debut a five-episode, all-access show called Tales of the Howlin' Huskies on NESN on November 1. Also, the Howlin' Huskies Cam will be introduced that day as a way to help fans capture their memories at Matthews Arena. "To take the photo, fans tap in their seat number into a mobile web page, a robotic camera pivots to find them, where fans can see themselves on their phone. They then have 30 seconds to pinch and zoom to get everyone in the shot. A branded overlay is added to the photo, and can be shared on the fan's social media." Super cool. (link); Michigan State FB adds Western Michigan to the home slate in 2022 and 2025. (link); The MLS will now allow clubs to sell jersey sleeve patch sponsorships on the right sleeve to replace the MLS logo. (link); Louisville FB student-athlete Averett "was accused of rape earlier this month before he was arrested for holding a gun to a woman's head last week." Averett has since been suspended from all team activities, but played in the game against Boston College the weekend after the rape accusation. The school denies having information at the time of the BC game that would have led to a suspension. (link)

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(NEW!) Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Services (Administrator I) (California State University, Fresno / Fresno, CA): Assistant A.D. for Student Athlete Services is responsible for management and oversight of academic and student services operations for all student-athletes. Apply at: http://apptrkr.com/1320602. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Associate Director, Regional Development (Phoenix, AZ) (University of Arizona / Phoenix, AZ): Arizona Athletics is seeking an energetic development officer. The principal objective of the position is to assist with major gift donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Senior Business Development Executive (SIDEARM Sports / Syracuse, NY): Develop successful business relationships with SIDEARM's 1,100 athletic department partners. Focus on forging new partnerships and maximizing opportunity with existing partners. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Creative and Digital Media (Kennesaw State University / Kennesaw, GA): Responsible for leading and executing creative branding, digital, and social media strategy for Kennesaw State University Athletics. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Accounting Assistant (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): University of Kentucky Athletics Business Office seeks a dynamic individual to provide support to assigned sports and units in the areas of team travel and payment processing. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance (UNC Charlotte / Charlotte, NC): This position is responsible for interpreting NCAA rules and regulations and ensuring the UNC Charlotte remains in compliance with those rules. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Media Relations (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Coordinate/prepare editorial for media guides/game programs; coordinate game press operations; prepare news releases; maintain statistical records; maintain website; and coordinate photographic needs. More details HERE.

Director of Sports Nutrition (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): The Director of Sports Nutrition oversees the provision of nutrition-related services to Division I student-athletes. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Manager (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Responsible for assisting the Assistant AD for Ticket Operations with planning, organizing and controlling the operations of the Ticket Office. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Health & Performance (University of Louisville Athletic Association / Louisville, KY): The Assoc. AD for Student-Athlete Health & Performance is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the mental and physical well-being of the University of Louisville student-athletes. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director, Technical Operations (Stanford Athletics / Stanford, CA): Stanford University seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Athletics Director Technical Operations. This position will report to the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Facilities, Operations and Events. More details HERE.

Social Media Coordinator (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque ,NM): UNM Athletics Marketing department is seeking a Social Media Coordinator. This role will manage the UNM Athletics department's social media presence and engagement on various platforms. More details HERE.

Assistant Director-Athletics Community & Character Development (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible for community engagement and life skills/character development; including team and individual community outreach and diversity, inclusion, and equity programming. https://bit.ly/2NQJJu3. More details HERE.

Athletic Promotions and In-Game Events Coordinator (University of Colorado Boulder / Boulder, CO): Develop and execute comprehensive marketing plans for volleyball, women's basketball, and lacrosse, as well as enhance the in-game experience and atmosphere at all CU athletics events. More details HERE.

Director of Student-Athlete Development (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Responsible for the planning and execution of required Life Skills seminars, career development, special projects, as well as developing new programming for all student-athletes. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Relations (California State University, Fresno / Fresno, CA): Senior Assoc. A.D. for External Relations is responsible for assuring an effective approach to advancing the image & notoriety of Fresno State Athletics. Apply at: http://apptrkr.com/1315816. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director, CFO (Boise State University / Boise, ID): Boise State Athletics seeks an Associate AD, CFO to administer, organize and supervise the financial and accounting systems for the budget and reporting functions of the Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Accountant - Athletics (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): Responsible for all aspects of Student Athlete Scholarships plus Comdata student debit cards and other duties as assigned. Also serves as primary contact for assigned financial unit. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Facilities and Event Management (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): Coordinate the day-to-day functions of assigned sports programs, plan and organize activities, communicate program policy and procedures, establish and maintain positive working relationships. More details HERE.

Athletic Academic Advisor - Football (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Assist the Associate AD for Student-Athlete Services in the organization, coordination and implementation of academic support services for student-athletes. More details HERE.

Development Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Clerical/administrative support & project coordination; donor prospect research/identification, coordinate/disseminate communications; prepare documents/ presentations & maintain database/files. More details HERE.

Development Assistant (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Support the execution of emerging annual giving campaigns and annual giving stewardship. This position will support fundraising efforts, including: direct mail, email, telefund, crowdfunding, etc. More details HERE.

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.

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 Athletic 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.

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.
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