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New Abilene Christian AD Ward technically took over the Wildcats' portfolio back on the 6th of this month, but here's some of the first comments I've seen about the search process. Ward: "I feel like it was a really good fit, it was something I felt like God was leading me to. There’s something special going on at Abilene Christian University." ACU Prez Schubert notes four characteristics he was looking for: 1) A strong Christian; 2) National expert on college athletics; 3) A leader capable of engaging others & building excitement; and, 4) A proven leader of people. Schubert: "Being the athletic supervisor at ACU requires broad shoulders, hands and feet that never tire, and a heart that is selfless and committed to pursuing God." (link)
AP journalists Welsh-Huggins and Vertuno examine whether the deletion of work-related texts by Ohio State FB HC Meyer constitutes an illegal act, as codified in the state's open records laws. According to investigators, Meyer was seeking ways to change the storage settings on his phone on August 1, the same day news came out that former FB AC Smith's wife had exchanged text messages with Meyer's wife concerning Smith's behavior. On the following day, Meyer's phone was set to only keep text messages sent within the last year, though investigators were unable to determine whether the settings were changed in response to the breaking news. While OSU's own records retention policy is, according to the AP, somewhat "murky," attorney Mars, who represented former Ole Miss FB HC Nutt last year, questions why OSU could not determine whether texts were deleted from Meyer's phone. "If you can get possession of the phone, with the right software, the right forensic expert, you can retrieve everything the user thought was deleted. I have a lot of respect for the people who oversaw that investigation, but I think they owe the public an explanation why they weren’t able to recover deleted text messages, assuming they made that effort." Meanwhile, former NCAA Committee on Infractions Chair Potuto asserts that a distinct protocol should be established for the retention of records: "A university should have policies that if an investigation or the start of an inquiry is being triggered, then there should be a policy that nobody should be erasing texts from that point forward." (link)
In order to reverse the trend of slumping ticket sales, Minnesota AD Coyle has undertaken a number of initiatives, including bringing oversight of "outbound sales," which used to be outsourced, back in-house, where it is handled by a five-person team. In 2014, MBB, FB and men's ice hockey at the university brought in a combined $26.7M in ticket revenue. In 2017, that number fell to $19.1M, with hockey (33.5%) and FB (28.8%) suffering the sharpest declines. Coyle: "Our revenue from [football, men’s basketball and men’s hockey] is about $56 million, and ticket sales is a big part of that. Despite the trends that are happening nationally, we need to do everything we can to make sure people want to purchase tickets and be part of our program. It’s critical." In addition to the in-house team that targets corporations and groups, as well as hosts bachelor parties, birthday parties, first responders and health care workers, the department has begun offering more "mini-plan" packages along with new entertainment on game days, such as street festivals and food trucks. Asst. AD for Ticket Sales and Service Dillon, who has helped UM refashion its sales team based on more of a pro model: "You need to control the things you can. You can't just open the doors and expect people to show up." (link)
Lafayette AD Freeman & Alcorn State boss Horne discussed performance evaluation management with Parker Executive Search's Higgison for AthleticDirectorU. Of note from Freeman: "Evaluation is constant and continuous. It’s about sitting down with the person often to talk about how they are doing with what they are working on. […] You have to stretch people, you can’t live with complacency and you need energy and enthusiasm to be successful." Horne: "One on one meetings are key because it gives your staff the opportunity to have a dialogue with you about what they’re really thinking. […] Student-Athletes are the best indicators to gauge what is going on with your athletics department as a whole." More. (link)
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Yahoo's Forde with his first 'Forde-Yard Dash' of the season as we head into Week 1 of the 2018 campaign. Six early predictions include Arizona winning the Pac-12 south, Miami (FL) as the one current Top 10 squad who "won't stay there," as well as a CFP four of Clemson, Washington, Alabama & Wisconsin. "CFP title game: Clemson over Alabama. Sorry if that sounds repetitious, but this is the college football world we live in." (link)
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Notre Dame AD Swarbrick camped with The Observer last week and his interview will be detailed in three separate pieces. In this first, the Fighting Irish boss lauded the fencing's success, which in March secured its second consecutive national championship, and the Men's Hockey team, which went to back-to-back Frozen Fours. Calls WBB's natty "the most remarkable sports story of the year, at any level of sport." More: "To be faced with the adversity they were faced with, to have a result during the season that was as bad a loss as we’ve seen, and to use all of that as sort of the fuel to move forward – I had never been around a better coaching job in my life. [Head] coach [Muffet] McGraw had to change everything about her approach to the game — how they practiced, how they played defense, how she substituted, and how she managed all that and ultimately produced a national championship — there just wasn’t a better story in sports last year, and it’s hard to put into words what an achievement it was." (link)
Former New Mexico regent and onetime state lawmaker Koch believes that when the Legislature convenes in January to make funding decisions for 2019, legislators may not be as "gracious" with UNM as in the past. Koch: "They wanted to have an opportunity to try to help the university; they asked if they’d postpone (a vote on eliminating sports) to do it, and they didn’t. I think that’s created a problem." Rep. Lundstrom: "I'd be very interested in restoring those four sports, but I'll be taking a very close look at everything else for UNM." New estimates show that the state could have $1.2B in new money next year. Prez Stokes in response to potential retaliation by lawmakers: "I understand very much that there are supporters of some of the sports that we cut out there. What I hope to continue to do is engage people in conversations about what it is we need to do moving forward." (link)
The Athletic's Vannini takes a look at whether the NCAA and its member conferences need to begin hiring officials full-time, especially as organizations across the country are finding it difficult to recruit and retain officials. Dallas Football Officials Association Prez Bernard, who also officiates FCS games, says he considers it a success if his organization can keep 30% of new officials from their first year to their second, and the attrition has led to an uneven age distribution among working officials. "The biggest part of our organization is 15-plus years. When those guys leave, it’s really going to hurt. We’re going to be in a bad way. That’s not just Dallas; that’s nationwide." There are initiatives being sought to increase the number of qualified officials. Former NFL Director of Officiating Pereira, for one, has launched the Battlefields to Ballfields program, which offers training and financial assistance to veterans who would pursue officiating. Additionally, more women are working their way up the ranks. Tennessee State professor and SWAC official Young-Seigler notes that there are hurdles for women to officiate, as some schools can't even accommodate her unless she calls ahead of time, but with high-profile women officials in the NFL and NBA, the perception that women don't know the game as well as men is finally dissipating: "Now, more women are getting in, we’ve taken the gender stigma off officials. Now, people just want you to be a good official, male or female. If you’re good, you fit in. The door is opening for that." (link)
It appears North Carolina may have a/another bone to pick with in-state rival Duke, after former Blue Devils HC Spurrier admitted that, during a game for which he was suspended in 1988, he sent play suggestions back and forth to the coach's box via Duke's golf club director. The Blue Devils would go on to beat the Tar Heels that day, and Spurrier, who had been suspended for publicly criticizing officials, recalls sending messages to RB AC Franks, who was calling plays in Spurrier's stead. "I could see most of the field. I'd give him some messages -- run this, run that or whatever because I had a runner. [Golf Director] Eddie [Ibarguen] said he'd sneak in the press box a little bit, look around, and under the table he'd give [Franks] notes. He didn't want anybody to know about that. I used to scare him." For his part, Ibarguen doesn't dispute the Head Ball Coach's recollection of the game, saying: "I told him, 'I think what we just did, I don't think that's condoned.’ I honestly don't think he had any intention of doing it. He was just going to sit in his office and watch the game. But he's so competitive that he could not bear to sit there and watch this going on and not get in the middle of it." (link)
Harvard Business Review contributor Bregman shares some insight into how to continue leading effectively despite the lingering specter of fear, whether it be financial, existential or both. Often, that fear comes from facing a seemingly impossible challenge, which can only be overcome through innovation and experimentation, both of which, Bregman points out, fear blocks out. The first step in addressing the situation, Bregman continues, is building emotional courage -- the practice of learning how to act unafraid while acknowledging the presence of fear. Attempting to simply "overcome" fear, Bregman says, is a "huge mistake" and more often than not an impossible task. The second step involves focusing on the process. This is one time when it is better to be process-driven instead of outcome-driven. Bregman: "A good process will guide you along the path to get you where you want to go, and you can follow a good process no matter what you’re feeling." Finally, Bregman advises communicating clearly in order to better direct the attention of reports. "Shifting behavior in others requires repetition. You may become bored with it — and you may feel that you’re overdoing it -- but use your newly developed emotional courage to feel those feelings and keep repeating yourself anyway." (link)
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UConn's move to use its old "block-C" logo for six games during the upcoming Football season seems to have been met with great excitement by fans. Season-ticket holder Malasics: "The thing that the block-C evokes for me is the years when the program really had gotten on its feet and was really making some significant progress. That C has a symbol of strength and alignment with the school." UConn replaced the block-C with the husky dog in 2013 in a rebranding effort after FB HC Edsall left, but now he is back: "It’s tradition. When we were here before, the block-C was [representative] of one of the most successful periods of UConn football that there was. It was a recognizable symbol that represented UConn football." Director of Brand Management Muncy, who worked with Edsall to make this a reality, "It was important to him that we reconnect. Whether that’s reconnect with wins, reconnect with former players, most importantly reconnect with fans and get them back in the stadium and get them back supporting the program. Putting the block-C on the helmet is just one other way we can do that. I can tell you most assuredly if we go 6-0 in the block-C and 0-6 in the husky, [the block-C will be back]. Although, I’m quite comfortable that if it were the other way around, coach Edsall’s still going to want the block-C." (link)
Facilities: Weber State is set to break ground on a 27K-sq-ft addition to Stewart Stadium this week. The exact cost of the project has yet to be disclosed, but the university indicated in 2016 a fundraising goal of $7M for the multi-use building that will include strength and conditioning facilities, a 125-seat meeting room available to all student-athletes, FB locker rooms, coaches' offices and equipment room while also creating a souvenir shop and stadium plaza. WSU AD Bovee: "This building is transformational to our program. Over the last 10 years we have made great strides in improving the athletic and academic facilities for our student-athletes, and this is a capstone project that will assist in the development of not only the football program but all of our 16 sports." FB HC Hill adds that the addition is demonstrative of the university's commitment to its student-athletes: "This new facility is critical for our program’s progress moving forward ... It is fundamental for recruiting and the future development of our players." (link); Here's a video of Kentucky Baseball student-athletes getting their first look at the new stadium. Much better look at the new digs than the pictures I included yesterday. (link); Really neat review & animation of the changes made to the National Tennis Center. I think its interesting to compare fan amenities upgrades at pro sports venues to what we're seeing in the college space. Lots of similarities, of course. (link, link)
Also Noticed: ESPN's Bilas: "Just finished reading an advance copy of Rick Pitino’s new book 'Pitino: My Story.' What a compelling book. From the NCAA to the FBI to a detailed history of how the money influence has changed the game, like him or not, Pitino’s book is gripping stuff." (link); Scheduling guru Sarzyniak: "Still have 11 games which don't yet have video availability listed, 10 at the FCS level.  Some of those could be showing up on Monday.  My personal feeling is that something's up with a few of these conferences, but that could be wrong." (link); More from Sarz, who says there won't be any live video for UCD-San José  State, making it the only FBS game in week one to "forgo that option." (link); From Law360: "The ex-wife of late ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott sued The Walt Disney Co. and Fidelity Workplace Services LLC on Friday to retrieve nearly $163,000 in 401(k) plan benefits that she says she had been promised by Scott in their divorce decree, a condition that he allegedly failed to fulfill prior to his death in 2015. Kimberley Scott told a Connecticut federal judge that following their divorce in 2007, she and Stuart Scott entered into a divorce decree that would have him turn over $162,899 along with..." (link) powered by Turnkey Search
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Assistant Athletic Director - Development (Air Force Academy Athletics Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): The Assistant Athletic Director, Development will be responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program in support of Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Spokane Operations (Washington State University / Spokane, WA): Key member of the WSU Cougar Athletic Fund staff responsible for the advancement of the CAF's development goals in the Spokane and Coeur D'Alene areas, central WA, and a regional support role in CA. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications (Northwestern University / Evanston, IL): Chicago’s Big Ten Team is recruiting a creative, collaborative, forward-thinking communicator with PR & graphic design experience to dynamically share the stories of Wildcats student-athletes & staff. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Student Athlete Development (Rice University / Houston, TX): This position will conceptualize, develop, and implement all programmatic aspects critical to the personal, social, and professional development of over 350 student-athletes. More details HERE.

Leadership and Well-Being Coordinator (Columbia University / New York, NY): The Leadership Coordinator is responsible for the development and ongoing management of the Athletic Department's leadership program. More details HERE.

Graphic Designer (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami Athletics is seeking a graphic designer to support the sales, marketing, communications and digital initiatives of the department through the design and layout of various creative elements. More details HERE.

Athletics Development Coordinator/Denver (Colorado State University / Denver, CO): Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy of programs and efforts to increase philanthropic support for the Ram Club among residents of the Denver metro area. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director, Ticket Sales and Service (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Responsible for the development, implementation, and ongoing management of a progressive, service-oriented team charged with ticket operations and sales using analytics strategies. More details HERE.

Director of Business Operations - Athletics (University of North Texas / Denton, TX): This position is responsible for the oversight of accounting and financial reporting functions for the athletic department. Performs day to day business office, clerical, and accounting functions. More details HERE.

Marketing, Program Coordinator (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The University of Notre Dame Athletics is seeking a talented, self-driven individual for the role of Marketing, Program Coordinator. To learn more visit EOE/AA More details HERE.

Compliance Assistant (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist with monitoring of recruiting activities, complimentary admissions, playing & practices, camps, & awards. Assist with rules education, preparing rules and educational materials & presentations. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Athletic Compliance (Chicago State University / Chicago, IL): Under the immediate supervision of the Athletic Director, the athletic compliance officer ensures that Chicago State University is in compliance with both NCAA and WAC rules and regulations. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Annual Giving (University of Tennessee Foundation, Inc. / Knoxville, TN): The UT Foundation has a vacancy for an Assistant Director of Annual Giving for UT Knoxville Athletics. Use the requisition keyword 1800000197 to learn more about this full-time fundraising role. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Creative Services (Boise State University / Boise, ID): Live in one of the nation’s fastest-growing urban communities while working with a successful athletic program. Produce content for the Bronco Digital Network; oversee live streamed sports production. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Marketing (Auburn University / Auburn, AL): **Two openings available** This position develops and executes creative, innovative marketing plans that maximize revenue, brand profile, attendance and fan experience for Auburn University Athletics. More details HERE.

Associate Major Gift Officer – Tyee Club (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): We have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Major Gift Officer. This position is a member of the Athletics Advancement Team and will have dual functions in philanthropy and discovery. More details HERE.

Athletic Trainer - Women's Basketball (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible for the prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries/illnesses. NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer. Maintain medical information complying with HIPPA & FERPA. More details HERE.

Associate AD, Athletics Facilities (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami is seeking a dynamic and energetic professional to help with maintenance and development of facilities, coordination of facility renovations and construction, and staging of all athletic events. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Promotions (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga / Chattanooga, TN): This position is a full-time, twelve-month position with benefits, overseeing all aspects of marketing, promotions and game-day fan experience for the Mocs 15 intercollegiate sports. More details HERE.

Director, Video Content (University of Miami / Miami, 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’s Football. More details HERE.

Multimedia Producer (Oklahoma State University / Stillwater, OK): Working with Oklahoma State Football to create content to aid with programs' video needs, planning and executing video shoots, supporting events, producing content for web, social and recruiting. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Athletics (Southern Methodist University / Dallas, TX): This position serves as a senior leader on the Athletics Director's senior administrative team. This position reports directly to the Athletics Director. More details HERE.

Director, Facilities Capital Planning and Project Management (University of Texas at Austin / Austin, TX): Lead facilities master planning, capital projects, renovation and construction management. Provide long and short-range capital, renovation and construction projects for Texas Athletics. More details HERE.

Director of Creative Video and Production (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Guide and direct video strategy related to event coverage, live event production, creative content and collaboration with other key content developers and live production partners. More details HERE.

Senior Manager Athletics HR (Florida International University / Miami, FL): FIU is seeking a Senior Manager Athletics HR that will oversee all HR efforts for the department. The HR Manager will make high level independent decisions regarding operational and HR activities. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach Men's and Women's Swimming (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking an Assistant Coach for the Men’s and Women's Swimming program. Apply at More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Men's & Women's Track & Field/Cross Country (UNC Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Assistant Coach assists the Head Coach in providing leadership for a NCAA Division I program. Assists with all aspects of the men’s and women’s track and field and cross country program. More details HERE.

Assistant AD for Ticket Sales & Event Services (UW-Milwaukee / Milwaukee, WI): This position will manage all aspects of ticket sales and services for Milwaukee Athletics events. The position also supervises all game and event management function. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Facilities (Northwestern University / Evanston, IL): This position assists with day-to-day operations, scheduling, and maintenance in NUDAR facilities. It is also responsible for assigned game day needs, work orders, and coordination of student staff. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director for Intercollegiate Sports Programs (Columbia University / New York, NY): The Associate Athletics Director for Intercollegiate Sports Programs provides strong leadership and acts as a role model for staff, coaches and student-athletes in the Department. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance (Montana State University / Bozeman, MT): The Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance will manage the compliance operations within the Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Director of Athletic Event Management (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque, NM): UNM’s Athletics Events Management department is seeking a Director of Athletic Event Management to manage and coordinator all aspects of hosting UNM home athletics events. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director, Development (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Stanford Athletics is seeking a qualified candidate to lead the strategy and execution of the department's major gift fundraising efforts including management of the major gift fundraising team. More details HERE.

Academic Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist at-risk student-athletes in developing & achieving academic objectives through one-on-one meetings. Model & teach study skills & strategies. Set up & lead review sessions. Tutorial services. More details HERE.

Director of Development, Athletics (Columbia University / New York, NY): The Director of Development for Athletics is responsible for implementing the development and alumni relations plans for Columbia Athletics and achieving related goals. More details HERE.

Ticket Sales and Service Account Executive (University of Virginia / Charlottesville, VA): This position will be responsible for generating revenue and increasing attendance at Virginia Athletics events through the sale of tickets and VA Athletics Foundation contributions. More details HERE.

Head Softball Coach (Ohio University / Athens, OH): Coach and develop a highly competitive Division I softball team. Organize the administration of the day-to-day operations. More details HERE.

Director of Ticket Operations (Florida Atlantic University / Boca Raton, FL): Primarily responsible for planning, organizing and directing all operations involving the Tickets Office-including the financial management of all revenue generated from ticket sales. More details HERE.

Deputy Athletics Director (University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago, IL): This position serves as chief operating officer and will assist the Director of Athletics in the overall management, supervision, and leadership of the athletics department. More details HERE.

Video Board Coordinating Producer (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): Collaborate with various entities to produce engaging streamed and on-demand video content for UK and SEC Digital Network - enhancing the in-venue experience & sports broadcast shows. More details HERE.

Sports Turf Manager (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): Oversee the preparation of safe, aesthetically pleasing practice & competition fields to give our student-athletes elite opportunities to succeed in their sport. More details HERE.

Ticket Services & Retention Rep (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Responsible for creating and executing a business sales plan to service and retain season ticket packages for Purdue Athletics. Retention of renewable season tickets via phone or face to face. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing (University of Missouri-Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): This position will have oversight over several areas including: strategic communications, media relations, digital media, marketing/promotions, branding, and fan engagement. More details HERE.

Associate Head Athletic Trainer (Brown University / Providence, RI): Position provides medical care and health education to ensure the safety of, reduce risk of injury to, and guide the rehabilitation of Brown student-athletes under the guidance of the Head Trainer. More details HERE.

Budget Analyst - Intercollegiate Athletics (University of San Diego / San Diego, CA)Bean Counter? Strategic thinker? We need both!  Seeking a strong No. 2 in our Athletics Business Office. The Budget Analyst supports the Senior Associate AD/CFO in establishing, monitoring, and maintaining the department's budget in addition to collecting, reviewing, and analyzing data that is used in budget planning, forecasting and strategic planning processes. If you are good at math, a whiz-bang in accounting, finance or related field (CPA a plus) and not opposed to working on the most beautiful campus in America, please send email expressing interest TODAY to Senior Associate AD Dan Yourg: (Yes, YouRg not YouNg!). More details HERE.

Associate Sports Information Director (Boise State University / Boise, ID): Boise State is hiring an associate sports information director whose primarily responsibility will be baseball, and will also assist with the media relations efforts for the Broncos’ football team. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Strategic Communications (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a Division I and Big Ten Conference member, is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the position of Assistant Director of Strategic Communications. More details HERE.

Senior Associate/Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs (Drake University / Des Moines, IA): Position will join the athletics department senior staff while serving as the lead fundraiser for the department and having oversight of all external relations areas. Provides sport supervision. More details HERE.

Assoc. Athletic Director - Communications (Clemson University / Clemson, SC): Clemson University is looking for Assoc. Athletic Director – Communications in Jervey Athletic Center. To apply and view full details, please visit More details HERE.

Director of Marketing (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque, NM): UNM Athletics Marketing department is seeking a Director of Marketing to will assist with the day-to-day marketing and promotions of assigned programs working directly with our basketball programs. More details HERE.

Account Executive (Home Team Sports / San Diego, CA): The Account Executive (AE) will develop, sell, and manage all aspects of fully integrated corporate sponsorships for San Diego State University (SDSU) Sports Properties. More details HERE.

Associate/Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Student Success & Compliance (Winthrop University / Rock Hill, SC): Under the direction of the Director of Athletics, the Associate/Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student Success & Compliance serves as a member of the Athletics Department senior staff. More details HERE.

Assistant AD/Director of Strategic Communications (University of San Deigo / San Diego, CA)Are you interested in working on the most beautiful college campus in America?  We are looking for a Difference Maker to share the special story of the University of San Diego Toreros.  If you are a talented strategic thinker, writer, videographer, graphic designer, or otherwise supremely talented communications professional, and can help move the needle in driving engagement, attendance, revenue generation, recruiting, etc., email Marcy Lanoue at: TODAY.  We're moving fast and you must enjoy sunshine! More details HERE.

Athletics Annual Fund Coordinator (California State University, Bakersfield / Bakersfield, CA): The Athletics Annual Fund Coordinator manages the Roadrunner Scholarship Fund through the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors and prospects. More details HERE.

Program Manager - Athletics Ticket Sales & Services (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Assist in the development of new ticket marketing growth programs and initiatives; manage & update sales records using Ticket System/Salesforce on a daily and weekly basis. Req# ID 14848. More details HERE.

Athletic Business Operations Manager (Winthrop University / Rock Hill, SC): Reporting to the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations, the Business Operations Manager executes the athletics business office and departmental business functions. More details HERE.

Athletics Development Officer (Utah State University / Logan, UT): The position is responsible for achieving identified goals and objectives established by the Deputy Athletics Director / Assistant Vice President in coordination with the... More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations (Texas State University / San Marcos, TX): This position will manage financial and human resources operations, coordinate strategic planning, and oversee administrative and/or operational projects for the Department of Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director - Marketing/Promotions (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): The Assistant Athletic Director Marketing and Promotions will work on the immediate and long range marketing/sales efforts for the athletic department. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Development & Welfare (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): The AD is responsible for creating and implementing a series of programming to emphasis and improve the student-athlete experience and welfare. Master’s degree preferred. More details HERE.

Assistant/Associate Director, Athletics Communications (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Boston College Athletics is accepting applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Director, Athletics Communications. This position will serve as the media contact for the men's hockey team. More details HERE.

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The University of Akron, a NCAA Division I (FBS) institution and member of the Mid-American Conference is currently accepting application for the position of Head Women's Lacrosse Coach. More details HERE.

CD Henry Internship (Big Ten Conference / Rosemont, IL): The intern will work in several areas of the office including sports administration, championships, football and basketball operations and special research projects. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director for Communications (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): The Associate Athletics Director of Communications is responsible for leading the department’s communications efforts in alignment with institutional-level strategies and tactics to advance Vanderbilt. More details HERE.

Coordinator of Baseball Operations (Long Beach State University / Long Beach, CA): This position provides administrative support to the Baseball program. Must apply online at to be considered. More details HERE.
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