D1.ticker - Eliminate the barrage of articles & time-consuming
searches.  Efficient D1 athletics news in a daily email.
D1.ticker Powered by Learfield New opportunities below at USC Upstate, South Alabama, Oregon, UMass, Tennessee & North Carolina. Click here to post your openings.
Hill-Utah: "Happiness isn't all about money and prestige. All of us who have worked in Utah athletics knew this place was a sleeping giant and we never gave up hope that we could get it done here. My wife Kathy and I love living in Salt Lake City and raising our family here. The University of Utah fit the academic profile of the (former) Pac-10 Conference, so we in athletics did everything we could to position ourselves similarly from an athletic standpoint. […] My children grew up on University of Utah sports. How lucky am I that my family could be with me enjoying the games and excitement surrounding college athletics all these years? I am so grateful to our terrific staff and coaches whose energy and passion for Utah athletics make coming to work something to look forward to every day. The icing on the cake is being around these phenomenal student-athletes year in and year out. They are at the very top of the list for why this is such a great job." Two notable takeaways from comments by longtime Utah AD Hill, who will retire this spring after 31 years of leading the Utes. Another goody: "I gave it my best shot every day, and I got paid twice a month. That's a square deal." More. (link, link); The Deseret News' Rock: Chris Hill earned the 'doctor' title with his success at Utah (link); Here's video of the full presser. (link)
Tyra-Louisville: In one of the least surprising leadership developments in recent memory, Louisville officially removes the interim tag from AD Tyra's titles, inks him to a five-year deal at a $850K base & up to $150K in bonuses. Tyra: "We’ve certainly got a disjointed fan base. The only thing you can do is earn their credibility back with good decisions and doing what you think is right. I’ve tried to do that, but probably with a little bit of extra communication and transparency, I’ve tried to hit everything head-on." Tyra adds that the healing process doesn't happen overnight. Korn Ferry's fee for the search is $156K. (link, link); Cards HCs laud the choice of Tyra, Baseball HC McDonnell, "Vince has to be Vince. You got to be who you are. The worst thing to do in coaching is, if you're not who you really are, kids see through that. He has personality, energy and competitiveness, and I would think to want to have this job is to want to do great things. You're following up a legend, so you're obviously confident you can continue to do great things and that there are things you can do in your own style and add your own mark to this great university." (link); Here's video of the full presser. (link)
$250M is the price tag for Endeavor to gobble up NeuLion in an all-cash deal. Endeavor CEO Emanuel: "Through our content portfolio, client base, and broader network of rights holders we’ve encountered many different platforms for distributing and monetizing content. NeuLion provides an ideal combination of technology and client services, and we’re excited for the value this brings to our existing partners and the foundation it provides for our future digital growth." The acquisition total works out to $0.84 per share, a nice premium over NeuLion's previous stock price of around $0.50.  (link)
Inside Higher Ed's Bauer-Wolf gathers feedback from notable leaders around the industry on what they expect from the Rice Commission. Former Secretary of Education & current Knight Commission chairman Duncan: "I’ll tell you what I think will likely happen -- the NBA won’t wait for the NCAA to cure itself. The NBA likely will move faster to develop feeder programs, to prepare kids at the top to pursue their profession." MAAC Commish Ensor: "I would like to see the enforcement process outsourced for other than minor infractions. Some arbitration system that was binding on all the parties and had significant financial and reputational outcomes to offending coaches and institutions." Hartford Prez Emeritus & former chair of the NCAA Executive Committee Harrison: "Another problem is the extremely high salaries paid to head basketball and football coaches at Power Five universities (and a few others). Many people have suggested the NCAA seek an antitrust exception to allow it to establish restrictions on salaries. I think going to Congress for this exemption would cause much more havoc than any good it would do, so I would not advise that course of action and doubt the commission will, either." More & others. (link)
In the latest SBJ, Michael Smith writes on how key wins in March can make a HCs career, with Loyola-Chicago's Moser the prime example at the moment. CAA agent Just: "There’s such a premium on the NCAA Tournament now, it’s just incredible. It’s a phenomenon. You go all season basically getting no exposure and then you get a chance to show what you can do on the biggest stage. It’s massive for these coaches." Ole Miss boss Bjork: "There’s no question the tournament puts coaches on the biggest stage possible and builds their profile. What really attracted us to him was that he built an NCAA Tournament program, not just a one-hit wonder. You have a great run, you make a splash, but he also has done it for the long haul and that’s just as important." Witt/Kieffer's Young with a great one-liner, "You have to be known to be needed." Just peer Charney: "I’m different than a lot of people, but I find all the hype around winning a game in the tournament utterly ridiculous. It’s fun, but it’s one game. It’s much harder to win the regular season than if you get hot for a few days. Winning a game in the tournament isn’t everything, but a lot of people want to see the stamp." More. (link)
The West Coast Conference rolls out new hoops scheduling dynamics that includes seven home & home matchups with one league peer only on the road & another only at home. All MBB programs must play in an exempt event starting next season, host more home tips than road match-ups, only schedule up to two non-DI foes & the league must approve all guarantee game away opportunities. BYU MBB boss Rose: "As the landscape changes and access to the NCAA Tournament becomes more challenging, we felt it was appropriate to make adjustments in the way we schedule both during Conference play and in the non-Conference portion of the season. Although it is unique for us to be playing fewer Conference games while other conferences are adding games to their schedule, the disparity in RPI from the top of our league to the bottom is larger than any other conference’s." (link)
The Wall Street Journal's Berman is one of the latest to pen on the tax code changes & here's what I found interesting in her piece, "Taxpayers who may no longer be itemizing but still want to get a tax benefit from their donations can do so by bunching donations they plan to make over several years into one year. […] One way to do this is through a donor-advised fund. These accounts allow philanthropists to put aside a certain amount of money that they can deduct immediately and then donate over time. As the tax law takes effect, colleges may see an increase in gifts from these funds." A bit more. (link)
Experiencing the World presented by Anthony Travel
Loyola-Chicago has Sister Jean, but Villanova has Father Rob (Hagan). However, Father Rob knows the proper order of things, "As someone who is a product of 16 years of Catholic school, I always learned that you respect the nuns." Hagan has been with the Wildcats since the beginning of HC Wright's tenure back in 2004, says his focus with the Wildcat student-athletes is, "They have a million people telling them what to do. Sometimes it’s nice to just be the person that gets to listen." (link)
presented by Anthony Travel
Missed this late last week as there are new Learfield Directors' Cup standings out. Top 10: Stanford, Penn State, Wisconsin, USC, Michigan, N.C. State, Virginia Tech, Ohio State, UCLA & Texas. Looks like Princeton at 32 is the highest-ranked non-Power 5 at the moment with New Mexico (36), BYU (37) & New Hampshire (39) not too far behind. P5 within the Top 50: Eight from the Pac-12, 10 from the Big Ten, 10 from the ACC, 11 from the SEC & five from the Big 12. More. (link - release, link - individual standings, link - conference standings)
Middle Tennessee brass will be in front of university leadership today to pitch the $80M to $110M five-phase athletics district project that Board chair Smith calls "a game changer," "aggressive," but also "doable." Of note, Smith also says "it's going to happen." Blue Raiders AD Massaro indicates a main funding source has not yet been identified, adds, "As our programs evolve, we’ve seen the value of developing our national brand in all of our sports." (link); An entertainment district near New Mexico's Dreamstyle facilities has been put on the back burner. Lobos AD Nunez: "I’m a proponent of trying to increase and develop this area and make more of an opportunity for people to come. I just don’t feel that taking that corner right now is in the best interest of athletics." However, local businessman Silverman, who is part of the 54 Development push, "We’re not going anywhere. We’ve got a lot invested and we’ve got a lot figured out, and I think we can bring a lot of value if that’s something of interest to them at the appropriate time." (link)
In one of the more shocking HC changes of the current hoops carousel, UT Arlington AD Baker parts ways with MBB boss Cross, the winningest coach in program history (225 in 12 seasons) who recently lost in the Sun Belt Tourney championship game, tallied 27 victories in 2016-17 & 72 Ws over the last three seasons. Baker: "Some people say, 'Well, you're UTA, you should be happy.' That's not our president. That's not me. We want to be the best at what we do. Your aspirations have to be that you can get to the NCAAs every year. That's what we want." Cross says he takes pride in winning the right way for a decade-plus, grateful for the relationships he built, more. (link)
Kansas AD Zenger will see a familiar face in San Antonio as Loyola-Chicago MBB HC Moser served in the same role under Zenger while the pair were at Illinois State some years back. Interestingly, Moser says he & Zenger haven't talked since his dismissal from Normal, but says he's over the ordeal, "No one treats me better than ISU fans (at games). I’m better for having gone through this. And what has been so nice is all the outreach from coaches who have told me: I’ve been fired and, like you, I can reinvent myself." Zenger: "No one is more excited about Porter than I am; right now what that team has done is the best story in college basketball. You hope that when you go through something like that with someone, this is how it ends up — success at the highest level for both teams." (link)
The Tulsa World's Emig wonders if new Oklahoma Prez Gallogly is prepared for "all that comes with football when you are the president of a major conference university." Emig on those who came before Gallogly: "[Retiring Prez] Boren was most noted for raising the university’s academic profile, [AD] Castiglione for turning an indebted athletic department into a robust corporation, and [Former FB HC] Stoops for making Sooner football great again. They didn’t necessarily need each other for base job duties. But Stoops couldn’t turn around the Sooners without Castiglione’s overall backing, and nobody in any university department can thrive without the confidence and support of their president or chancellor." Similarly, The Athletic's Kersey asks "What does a new president at Oklahoma mean for football?" Gallogly's first question in a 90-minute session with select students, faculty and OU VIPs, was posed to Stoops: "How do you create champions?" Lots more here, including this from the new leader: "We still have Joe [Castiglione]. Lincoln [Riley] has been schooled very nicely by Bob [Stoops]. I recognize that I’m the new guy and that those guys know what they’re doing." Also says he will never question HC Riley's play calling, but expects him to win. When asked if he would be as outspoken as his predecessor on Big 12 expansion and other issues, Gallogly answered: "That is something that I’m going to learn more about very soon. I’ll talk to David and get his views. I’ll get the views of other folks. I’ll talk to our athletic department. I’ll talk to our regents. I’ll take a lot of input, and together we’ll formulate a strategy. I don’t want to prejudice whatever that strategy may be. There are a lot of people I want to talk to about that subject and learn more before I take any positions. I’ll be thoughtful about it." (link, link)
More Personnel: Georgia Southern AD Kleinlein hires Ole Miss Assoc. AD for Development O'Dowd as Sr. Assoc. AD/Executive Director of the Athletic Foundation for the Eagles. (link); UMBC MBB HC Odom gets a new deal, AD Hall says the university will commit to the program to allow it to regularly be part of the upper-mid-major cohort within the sport. (link); Maryland Eastern Shore AD Davidson will hire a new MBB HC. (link); Little Rock brass are expected to hire Clark-Atlanta (DII) HC Walker for the same role with the Trojans. (link); I can only go off a headline here, but it's an interesting one, "Nebraska AD Bill Moos squashes Dana Altman rumors; Talks with Tim Miles in early stages." (link); Tennessee FB HC Pruitt on AD Fulmer, "When you need something he’s there for you. When you start saying 'hey', we need a certain amount of weights in the weight room, whether you need extra practice equipment or anything like that, he gets it, he understands it and it has helped us in this transition." (link); Tennessee State AD Phillips selects Illinois State AC Collins, who was previously on the Tigers' staff, to return to Nashville & take over MBB. (link); Detroit Mercy AD Vowels will hire a new MBB HC. (link); Tulsa Women's Golf HC Klein steps down due to personal reasons. (link); Saint Peter's AD Felt goes with Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham WBB HC Mitchell to take over the Peacocks program. (link); Facebook officially pegs Eurosport CEO Hutton as its new Director of Global Live Sports Partnerships. (link); Former Michigan State Dean Strampel, who was the boss of disgraced doctor Nassar, was arrested yesterday. (link)
The Buffalo News profiles Loyola-Chicago AD Watson, who reflects on his time as St. Bonaventure's AD and the life of the late Frank Martin, a high school coach with a profound impact on Watson's family and personnel decisions. Calls Michigan MBB HC Beilein a "special dude" and notes "If I had to pick three coaches that I wouldn't want to play in the tournament, it would be (St. Bonaventure coach) Mark Schmidt, (Miami-FL coach) Jim Larranaga and John Beilein. And we get two of them in one tournament." On Sister Jean: "She's as sharp as a tack, and she knows the game. When she talks to the guys on the team, she knows the stats and the personnel. She might not know the name of the best 3-point shooter on the team, but she knows his number. She'll tell these guys, in her prayer, 'Watch No. 4. He's their best shooter. You can't leave him alone.' You don't typically get that from a 98-year-old nun. She has an absolute magnetic personality. You put her on a national stage, and people just flock to her." (link)
The mother of (presumably) outgoing Duke MBB student-athlete Carter comments on her son's year in college, though it wouldn't have been that way if the one-and-done rule wasn't in place. Kylia Carter: "If you look at the pros and the cons, college basketball is a big con. From a business perspective, college is 100 percent risk and it’s 100 percent negative to your business objective. It’s not putting you in any better position for achieving your business objective, which is reaching the NBA. […] It’s a big con. Let the NCAA deal with those second-tier players and build their empire off them; let the one-and-dones go and build their empires with their skill set. If I have the option of going straight to the pros and missing college, I go straight to the pros." In the same breath, Carter notes the premier experience her son received during his single year in Durham. (link)
A handful of students at Idaho are calling for the resignation of Vandals AD Spear in light of his recent admission that the school erred in its handling of a sexual assault involving two student-athletes in 2013. Student Solomon: "This isn't so much about targeting Rob Spear. I've never met him and I've heard he's done a lot of really great things for the athletic department. But it's more about holding people accountable for their actions, and I think that if someone has a job to do, and they don't do it, and if you really care about sexual assault, then you need to be holding people accountable when they do that." Student Government Senator Lockhart: "We're looking at this particular issue from all angles. We want to be as informed as we can when deciding on things like this, especially of this magnitude. So we have written up a resolution right now to be discussed in the senate and then given to the broader university." (link)
Virginia Tech will spend $10M on a new ACC Network studio ahead of the 2019 launch. Hokies AD Babcock estimated last year that the space would cost $5M-7M, an underestimation which, VT Diehards' Holcomb points out, could send the Hokies into the red for the third straight year. (link); A video surfaced over the weekend of the Virginia Tech Women's Lacrosse team singing along to a song that included derogatory lyrics. HC Sung: "This is a teachable moment. It's not something that we're proud of. The team is very apologetic and sorry. There's nobody of any color that should say [the n-word]. Period. There's nobody that should say it. There was no malice involved. They just thought that they were singing along to a song. They had just won. They're singing songs. The first couple songs were Disney songs. … They were celebrating and they were dancing and they were excited. They're good kids that made a bad decision." (link)
North Carolina Central will not renew the scholarships of four WBB student-athletes for next year. A statement from NCCU: "Athletic scholarships at NCCU are granted for one academic year. The decision to cancel, reduce or renew a student-athlete’s scholarship award is within the purview and discretion of a coach. The university also carefully complies with its obligations as per NCAA Bylaw, providing notification to student-athletes about a reduction or non-renewal of their annual scholarship by the required July 1 deadline. Student-athletes whose scholarships are canceled, reduced or not renewed may appeal the decision in accordance with NCCU’s scholarship appeal process for all scholarship recipients at the university." All four have appealed the decision, but as one of their mothers says: "We don’t expect them to change their minds, however, there are some things going on with that program that needs to be addressed and brought to the light." Other parents point to dissatisfaction with HC Stafford-Odom, who took over the Eagles program in June.  (link)
Also Noticed:'s with its annual breakdown of the nine athletic department budgets in the Big Ten of $100M+ Lots of details here on each school's budgets, ticket revenue, donations, coaching salaries, scholarship costs and more. (link); Loyola-Chicago merchandise went into 27 new retail locations Sunday and Monday, including the local Target, Dick's, Walmart and Rally House for the first time. (link); Yesterday the Dallas City Council rejected paying $800K to ESPN to host the Heart of Dallas Bowl Game at the Cotton Bowl. (link); The New Jersey Advance reveals the salaries of top Rutgers athletic department staffers earners last year, includes three administrators. (link); UTEP will switch to a new, lighter shade of orange to ensure more "sophistication" for the brand per new AD Senter. (link); The Chronicle of Higher Education breaks down the graduation rates for the NCAA and NIT Men's Basketball Tournament Teams. 12 teams in the Big Dance, including Final Four participants Villanova and Kansas, and seven in the NIT have GSRs of 100%. Michigan (90%) and Loyola-Chicago (88%) rank in the top third of the field. (link); Alabama set a school record for MBB attendance this season, with 6,015 season tickets sold (3rd best all-time) and an average attendance of 13,391 per game (227,640 overall). (link); YouTubeTV will be the first-ever presenting sponsor for the NBA Finals. (link); Florida and Butler have a MBB home-and-home on the schedule, next season in Gainesville and the following at Hinkle Fieldhouse. (link); Could today's 10am SCOTUS opinions include a ruling on sports gambling? Stay tuned... (link)
Headline Harvard Business Review piece: "Divided We Lead: CEO activism has entered the mainstream." It's a long one, but a pretty important read as well, with thoughts on the move of more CEOs taking stances on social issues. Salesforce's Benioff: "Anybody who says a CEO doesn’t have a right to say what they want for their company doesn’t understand what leadership is." Soccer United Marketing Prez Carter: "For me, it starts with making sure you as an individual figure out where you stand morally and ethically. Because what I’ve found is that who you are should never change. And that is your core, and that’s your rock. And if you stay true to that, you can manage any of the conversations." The Ground Game: 1) Recruit other leaders; 2) Engage the board; and, 3) Conduct public outreach. More. (link)
brought to you by Turnkey powered by Turnkey Search
Interested in advertising a job opening in D1.ticker? Click here to submit your position. is sponsored by Turnkey, a national search firm specializing in executive level recruiting in sports and entertainment.

(Posted from most recent over the last 30 days)

(NEW!) Director of Athletics (University of South Carolina Upstate / Spartanburg, SC): The AD will have strong interpersonal skills & an ability to deal effectively with all levels of students, faculty, administrators, staff, & the BOT & various community & professional organizations. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities and Operations (University of South Alabama / Mobile, AL): The University of South Alabama is looking for an Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities and Operations. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Annual Giving, Duck Athletic Fund (University of Oregon Athletic Department / Eugene, OR): The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for building a broad base of sustainable, annual support for the University of Oregon Athletic Department from alumni, parents, faculty and students. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director of Marketing and Promotions (University of Massachusetts Amherst / Amherst, MA): The University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Athletics is accepting applications for a Director of Marketing and Promotions. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Development Coordinator (University of Tennessee Foundation / Knoxville, TN): The Development Coordinator is a vital support role for the Director of Development & Tennessee Fund team. To learn more about this position, follow the job link and use keyword, 18000000E2. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director for Communications (The Rams Club / Chapel Hill, NC): Supports the growth and development of The Rams Club through assisting with the production of effective and coordinated communications pieces. More details HERE.

Marketing & Promotions Assistant (Washington State University Athletics / Pullman, WA): Comprehensive strategic mktg and promotions plan for all home athletic events; manage a variety of public relation activities; advisor for WSU’s student fan group; student practicum program oversight. More details HERE.

Assoc. Athletic Dir./Dir. of Student Athlete High Performance (William & Mary / Williamsburg, VA): This position will be responsible for all areas that impact student-athlete performance including sports medicine, athletic training, sports psychology, nutrition, speed, strength, and conditioning. More details HERE.

Director of Video Production (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Shoot, produce, direct and edit video content for internal & external areas of Purdue Athletics. Technical liaison to Purdue Athletics for video production and future multi-media development. More details HERE.

Strategic Digital Marketing Coordinator (University of Alabama / Tuscaloosa, AL): Develop and implement strategic digital marketing plans that generate revenue, engage fans, drive attendance and build the Crimson Tide brand. More details HERE.

Development Coordinator (Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): The AFAAC seeks a Development Coordinator to assist with the Falcon Pride Club Annual Giving program in support of Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.

Director/Assistant Athletic Director of Athletics Development (University of Arkansas at Little Rock / Little Rock, AR): Serves as Little Rock Athletic's major gift officer, along with managing the Trojan Athletic Association (TAA). This position will also be responsible for the success of all athletic special events. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Athletic Advancement (Kent State University Athletics / Kent, OH): Provide leadership to the annual funds programs and major gifts programs for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Develop, implement, and execute annual fundraising strategies. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (University of Alaska-Anchorage / Anchorage, AK): UAA seeks strong athletics administrator with great interpersonal skills who will embrace the Anchorage community, lead department and the student-athletes of the 13 intercollegiate athletic teams. More details HERE.

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

Director of Athletics Facilities and Operations (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): This position is an integral part of the Athletic staff, assisting in the management of all aspects of facility and event operations. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Women's Basketball (University of Massachusetts Lowell / Lowell, MA): The Head Coach is responsible for leading all aspects of developing and managing a competitive Division I program within the parameters designated by the University, AEC and the NCAA. More details HERE.

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach (Goalkeeper Coach) (#10762) (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The University of Akron, a NCAA Division I (FBS) University is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Women's Soccer Coach/Goalkeeper Coach. EEO/AA Employer/Veterans/Disabled. More details HERE.

Director of Major Gifts (University of Louisiana at Lafayette / Lafayette, LA): Director of Major Gifts works cooperatively with university Development Officers in a coordinated effort to achieve the University of Louisiana's fund raising goals. More details HERE.

Executive Producer, Football Creative Video (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): The Executive Producer will serve as the primary producer for Stanford Football, creating dynamic content that elevates the Stanford brand and tells the stories of its elite student-athletes. More details HERE.

Director - Athletics Social Media (Oregon State University / Corvallis, OR): Reporting to the Associate Athletic Director for Ideation, the Director of Social Media creates, directs, and provides education on all aspects of primary social media accounts. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance (University of Nevada, Las Vegas / Las Vegas, NV): The University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance [R0108335]. More details HERE.

Director of Multimedia Integration (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): The Director of Multimedia Integration will be responsible for creating, managing and maintaining dynamic content that strategically enhances the brand of the University of Oregon Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications (Campbell University / Buies Creek, NC): This person will serve as the primary graphic designer for the Campbell Department of Athletics and assist with implementing public relations services for assigned sports. More details HERE.

Executive Associate Athletics Director (University Athletic Association, Inc. / Gainesville, FL): The Executive Associate AD, External Relations will provide administrative oversight, vision and leadership for assigned departments and sports at the University Athletic Assoc at the Univ of Florida. More details HERE.

Director of Athletic Communications (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Position will coordinate communications, media relations and sports information strategies of JMU Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development & Internal Operations (University of Georgia Athletic Association / Athens, GA): This position manages and coordinates the processing of all athletic priority seating related to major gifts, provides support in managing data, points and acknowledgements sent to TGBC donors. More details HERE.

General Manager of Ticket Sales (Air Force Academy Athletics Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): The General Manager (GM) of Ticket Sales will drive ticket revenue in support of Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.

Director of Development - Athletics (Iowa State University Foundation / Ames, IA): Join the Athletics development team at Iowa State University Foundation to connect donors’ philanthropic interests with unit priorities and make an impact in moving the Cyclone program forward. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Ohio Bobcat Club (Ohio University / Athens, OH): This position will focus on assisting the Associate Director with the day-to-day operations of the annual campaign. More details HERE.

Associate Director/Communications (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Administer all media relations for baseball and serve as secondary contact with football and other sports. Will also oversee social media & content generation for assigned sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Public Relations (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): This position will oversee the Athletic Communications team, strategic and critical messaging, and special projects. For complete details, see and apply to job #153755. More details HERE.

Assoc. Director of Stewardship (University of Tennessee Foundation / Knoxville, TN): Reporting to the Dir. of Development, the role will work with the TN Fund staff, manage, develop, & implement a comprehensive donor relations program. Use keyword 1800000099 to learn more & apply. More details HERE.

Associate Philanthropy Officer – Tyee Club (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): Washington Athletics seeks an Associate Philanthropy Officer-Tyee Club. This position will have dual functions in Philanthropy and Discovery. For complete details and to apply, see UW Hires #151487. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director of Facilities & Operations (Florida International University / Miami, FL): Oversees athletic facility management & upkeep to FIU Athletic facilities. Provides overall direction & supervision in the management & operation of Athletic facilities except FIU Football Stadium. More details HERE.

Managing Director for Athletics Fundraising (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Dartmouth College seeks a Managing Director for Athletics Fundraising. For full job description and to apply: PI101423969. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director/Director of Athletic Development (University of Arkansas at Little Rock / Little Rock, AR): Serves as Little Rock Athletic's major gift officer, along with managing the Trojan Athletic Association (TAA). This position will also be responsible for the success of all athletic special events. More details HERE.

Director of Creative Services (University of North Carolina / Chapel Hill, NC): Position serves as team leader of Creative Services, & will establish a multimedia strategy for the Athletic Department, focused on digital content creation & social media presence. More details HERE

Data Analyst (The Rams Club - University of North Carolina / Chapel Hill, NC): Are you looking for an opportunity to drive targeted marketing strategies and accomplish business objectives using data in a fun and collaborative work environment? More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Marketing and Fan Development (University of Nevada, Las Vegas / Las Vegas, NV): The University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for Assistant Athletic Director, Marketing and Fan Development, UNLV Intercollegiate Athletics [R0108140]. More details HERE.

Sports Business Lecturer (Arizona State College of Law, Sports Law & Business / Phoenix, AZ): 4-6 courses per year, including marketing; analytics; business strategy and executive decisions; sports economics; and sports finance. The Lecturer will also advise master’s degree and J.D. students. More details HERE.

Senior Director, Ticket Sales & Development (12th Man Foundation / College Station, TX): The Senior Director will serve as the manager of the Ticket Sales & Development staff. This position will be expected to lead, contribute to, and support special projects and initiatives as directed. More details HERE.

Assistant/Associate Director, Athletics Stewardship (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Manage stewardship of gifts of $1 million or more, creating unique experiences and meaningful communications for high potential prospects supporting endowment, capital projects and other priorities. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletics Events and Donor Relations (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Work with the Sr. Assoc Dir of Athletic Stewardship, Director of Athletics, Fundraisers, Coaches and University Advancement to manage events that support engagement, cultivation, and investment. More details HERE.

General Manager (Tailgate Guys / State College, PA): Opportunity to join the Tailgate Guys team as GM of a significant property in the Company’s portfolio. The GM will oversee all sales & operations with opportunities for growth in the NE Region. More details HERE.

Head Football Equipment Manager (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): The Head Football Equipment Manager procures, maintains, and oversees athletic equipment for the Division I football program at the University of Richmond. More details HERE.
@D1ticker |

All content in D1.ticker is independently curated & written without the involvement of any sponsor (Learfield, Anthony Travel, Turnkey Search, MANDTVR, From Now On, James Moore, Teamworks) or any other outside party. Matt Roberts & key members of the Drive & Company team produce & distribute a current product lineup of D1.ticker, D2.ticker, D3.ticker, Total Campus Report, Athletic Director U., Top 10 Most Read & D1.dossiers. 

Copyright © 2018 D1.ticker, All rights reserved.