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Maryland: The independent investigation by Walters, Inc. into the series of events that led to the passing of former Terps FB student-athlete McNair finds members of the athletic training staff did not diagnose McNair's ailments quickly enough or properly treat his symptoms. UMD AD Evans: "Obviously we've looked at it, we've seen that there were some shortcomings. Some of the policies and procedures weren't followed accordingly like they should have been, but that's what we're learning from this report, and that's what we've got to do to ensure. We've got to educate, we've got to continuously go through our policies, our procedures, our protocols to make sure our staff is informed of what they need to do should situations like this arise." No move yet on FB HC Durkin & there won't be until the second probe is complete. More details via the links. (link - article, link - full 126-page report); University Prez Loh: "Even though the recommendations are coming in now, there were a whole bunch of things that we started doing since early July. A lot that [Walters] mentioned, we've already done. […] What protects the students is not who pays the paycheck of the athletic director or whether we should outsource it through the University of Maryland, Baltimore. That's not the key issue. … It is who are the personnel [overseeing athletic trainers], and the final word is always the physician. It is not the coaches; it is not the athletic department. […] In effect, every athletic trainer is directly supervised by a licensed physician." (link); Here's a linear layout of the timeline of events in the McNair situation. (link); Sports Illustrated legal expert McCann: "To put it mildly, Walters’s damning report, coupled with blunt admissions of fault by Loh and Evans, make it very likely that McNair’s parents would prevail in a trial. […] The odds of a trial happening are actually slim. The university, which reportedly has an endowment of more than $540 million, will make every effort to settle with McNair’s family. […] It remains to be seen if Walters’s report, which is deeply critical about certain aspects of Maryland’s football program and at least implicitly reflects poorly on Durkin, substantially advance the school’s chances for firing Durkin with cause. If the school takes that route, expect Durkin to then sue the school for breach of contract. A lawsuit would ensure that the controversy continues for months if not years." (link)
Day Eight of the Alston case. NCAA VP Lennon was on the stand. Notable takeaways from Law360's Atkins: "Kessler has moved on to the @NCAA's rules that explicitly bans educational expenses that aren't permitted by the association. He asks Lennon if they've ever done studies determining what expenses they should permit and ban. Lennon replies no, not that he remembers seeing. […] Judge stops Kessler and says she doesn't get how the autonomy 5 schools' financial aid is restricted. 'Where does it say that it's restricted.' Lennon says the cost-of-attendance is the "controlling element of this," along with the principle of amateurism. The judge isn't convinced. She says 'This seems to say on its face that the autonomy five can decide on its face [financial aid]. You’re seeming to say it’s limited by another rule. I’m trying to find out which rule trumps the other.' Lennon says the autonomy five can't override @ncaa bylaws imposing cost-of-attendance limits. The judge asks Lennon then what is the point of having a specific financial aid autonomy 5 rule. He replies to comply with O'Bannon. Judge says but everyone has to comply with O'Bannon. The judge looks visibly puzzled/concerned. Kessler moves on." Market researcher Poret was also on the stand a bit, but honestly his testimony, at least as reported by Atkins, didn't really go anywhere. Two days left. (link)
Akron AD Williams notes "severe disappointment" for his Zips not being able to reschedule Nebraska on the gridiron after adverse weather canceled the opening weekend matchup. Mentions the Huskers "didn't want to compete at our level" and that the financial settlement between the two parties is "all in the hands of the lawyers now." (link)
Alabama gets preliminary approval for the $75.4M Phase I of its renovation to Bryant-Denny Stadium. David Architects awarded with the design work in a $3.8M lump fee. Financing: $40.4M in bonds, $35M from the Crimson Tide Foundation. Bama AD Byrne says his department has raised $156M so far for the overall $600M Crimson Standard initiative. Byrne: "We want to make sure there are spots for all fans to be a part of it. It is important that we provide price points for a wide variety of our fan base. […] At the same time too, it has become a much more social event for younger fans, and older fans, too. We are trying to be proactive in our approach here." (link)
Former Michigan State AD/FB HC & current MSU trustee Perles denies he stepped in the middle of sexual assault allegations brought by a former Spartans female student-athlete & former university doctor Nassar back in 1992. Perles' attorney says his client "adamantly denies the allegations made about him in the civil complaint recently filed by Erika Davis. Although he is not a party to the lawsuit, Mr. Perles looks forward to the allegations about him being disproven through the course of the civil action." (link)
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AAC Commish Aresco projecting out the impact of UCF FB's cancelled game against North Carolina, "We’re obviously unhappy that UCF didn't have a chance to play a second P5 school or another P6 school as we say, that obviously is a blow. But on the other hand, if they have the kind of season we expect them to have, they'll be right in the mix for New Year's Day or even or even a [College Football] Playoff [semifinal] spot. […] It could potentially have an impact, but I hope it doesn't because if they were somehow to go undefeated a second straight year, that is a remarkable accomplishment. They will have played some very tough games and just to do it two years in a row … would be totally remarkable. So I would hope that this North Carolina game wouldn't affect them very much, you know, on whether they were being considered for whatever." (link)
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More backstory at Louisville comes from the Courier Journal's Greer as former university Interim Prez Postel says Cards AD Tyra has "improved efficiency of the athletics department. And he has tackled the budget during a time of university-wide financial restraint. ... Put simply, he has proven to be a perfect fit for U of L." Greer sources emails between former Senior Assoc. AD for Development Jurich & former Assoc. AD for Student Life Simatacolos that are a bit tense over the handling of customer services. One of Tyra's views, "Maybe 11 months ago, when s--- hit the fan, people weren’t proud to wear that badge. They’d go home and maybe take it off before they go out to dinner. … Now I look around every day and there is a lot more red in the office." (link)
Squeezed FB attendance is impacting nearly everyone, including BYU, where leaders expected a larger crowd that the 52,602 the Cougars drew for their matchup earlier this month in Provo against Cal. The total was larger than just two games last season, one of which featured the lowest attendance since LaVell Edwards Stadium was expanded in 1982. BYU is still one of the best draws in the West, but its numbers have been slowly falling. Average attendance in 2013 was 61,225 versus last year's 56,267. Assoc. AD for Communications Tittle: "As we’ve tracked attendance and ticket sales for the past 25 years, the biggest factors are team record from the previous year, ticket price increases, and of course the [strength of the] home schedule. […] The home schedule for the next few years are arguably some of the best in school history. We hope to see improvement in ticket sales and attendance over the next three years, but realize there are other variables." (link)
Like his counterpart in Fayetteville, Ole Miss AD Bjork says he's open to the idea of playing in-state foes for non-conference FB matchups. Bjork: "Traditionally Ole Miss hasn't done that. I don't really know the history on why, and I've never been approached by anyone in-state." Bjork also notes supply-demand dynamics around FB scheduling, "The longer you wait, the better the price can be. If you wait a year or two out, and an SEC team is looking it can drive up the price. […] We've scheduled so far out we've gone more with the regional approach." (link)
Northeastern AD Konya continues revamping the Huskies department & this time it's the move of Senior Assoc. AD for Campus Recreation & Club Sports Wetherbee-Metcalf to Senior Assoc. AD for University Recreation. Konya: "She will spearhead the development of a strategic student experience across the worldwide network this is distinctly 'Husky' in nature and one that is not necessarily defined by place." Also of interest, Konya has named an Assoc. Director of Club Sports & eSports. (link)
Stadium with its first "Conference Chain of Command" series, in which it polled a handful of veteran coaches in every league to determine the best MBB jobs in each using nine categories: tradition, media exposure, game atmosphere, facilities, selling pros, admission requirements, budget/resources, buy games, and geographical recruiting base. First up is the America East. Overall rankings: Stony Brook, Albany, Vermont, UMBC, Binghamton, Hartford, UMass Lowell, New Hampshire and Maine. One AE HC on the Black Bears: "They have really bad resources, and no history." (link); ESPN's Fraschilla on Stadium's results: "Read this carefully there’s likely more of these coming. Is this one America East coach anonymously ripping everyone or is this a league of bad mouthers?" (link)
More Personnel: Furman AD Buddie promotes Asst. AD Duke to Assoc. AD for Facilities/Game Ops and Welp is now Asst. AD for Administration/Development after previously serving as a giving officer for the Paladin Club. (link); Appalachian State FB HC Satterfield gets a two-year extension, taking him through the 2023 season. (link); Louisiana Monroe Interim AD McDonald tabs ECU AC Fichtner as the next Softball HC for the Warhawks. (link); NC State inks Baseball HC Avent to a two-year extension. The $500K deal takes him through 2021 and comes with an enhanced bonus structure for his staff. (link); Miami (FL) Diving HC Ableman gets a five-year extension. Currently completing his 30th year as the Canes' leader. (link)
In the wake of the investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct and sexual harassment within in the Dallas Mavericks' organization, NBA Commish Silver issued a memo to team owners, presidents and GMs, "strongly encouraging" teams to implement changes, including increasing the number of women at all levels, strengthening the process for reporting misconduct, and clarifying the role of team owners in the day-to-day operations of teams. Silver also suggested teams organize "community conversations" with their employees to discuss the situation in Dallas and these recommendations. Of note from Bloomberg: "The NBA still leads the U.S. major sports in hiring and retaining women in critical roles. Across the league’s 30 teams, seven have women as team president or CEO. Women make up 23.5 percent of team vice-presidents, 37.2 percent of the professional staff, and 31.6 percent of team managers." (link)
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The Charlotte Observer gives 49ers' AD Hill the profile treatment. Lauded for pulling off three consecutive home games, two of which had weather-related adjustments and the other a sellout, to start his first fall at Charlotte. Coaches around the department appreciate Hill's listening approach. Baseball HC Hibbs: "He allows me to express my vision about what I want to do, and that’s really refreshing. We want a chance to win a conference championship and make it to (the College World Series). What our goals and standards are match directly to what Mike has talked about. The open exchange of information is so good. You may throw something at him and he might say you can or can’t do it. But at least you’ve talked about it." Hill believes "fixing" MBB is his most important task: "There’s been a Final Four run before. It’s a matter of putting those pieces back together. ... One thing I told Ron out of the gate is I wasn’t going to put a timetable on this. We all need to recognize that it will be a work in progress. People want to hear, 'Well in Year X he’s won so many games and what has he accomplished?' I don’t think we can do that. Ron has to get in and assess the state of the basketball program, which will take time. Once he gets a chance to do that, he will lay out his vision and we’ll go from there." More. (link)
Former Washington State FB standout student-athlete Thompson is a long-time friend of recently-resigned Wazzu Asst. AD for the Cougar Athletic Fund Gesser and is being accused by Almond, the former director of the IMG's WSU radio network, of telling him to "stay in his lane" in regards to allegations Almond and former WSU fundraiser Farkas raised late last year about Gesser. Thompson: "Sexual misconduct is unacceptable and should not be tolerated anywhere, anytime, at any level, by anyone. Those who know me and my values know this would be, and is, my stand on this subject." (link); From the Moscow-Pullman Daily News' editorial board: "A public records request submitted to the university turned up records from a complaint review carried out by the OEO that began in January. The records outlined several allegations, including Gesser's alleged advances on student interns and co-workers. From the outside, and based on the information available, it appears the OEO did little to address the allegations." VP of Marketing and Communications Weiler: "No one's been willing to come forward to make an official complaint. If no one is willing to come forward, the investigation goes as far as it can." (link)
Wayne Johnson, the state auditor in New Mexico, indicates his office is looking into complaints regarding the cutting of Lobo sports: "We have received some complaints that perhaps they miscalculated the savings from cutting the four sports they did. We’re taking a look at that to make sure their math was done correctly, or perhaps it wasn’t and the problem is that some of the savings may have not been realized through scholarships. ... (They) have just been moving money from one campus to another. We’re going to look at that just to inform them. It’s not a criminal problem, but we would like the regents to make informed decisions based on actual data." Johnson also points out that UNM AD Nuñez has resolved seven of the 10 recommendations mentioned in the 58-page report from the previous auditor. (link)
Check out this really cool immersive digital tour of Florida Atlantic's new FB locker room. Personalized name plates, double-doors for each locker, graphics spanning the face of each row of lockers. Pretty sharp. Hollman handled locker design, manufacturing & installation. (link)
Interesting read from the CBC after it attended Ticket Summit 2018 in Vegas & found Ticketmaster representatives pushing for more professional scalpers. "The audience heard that Ticketmaster has developed a professional reseller program and within the past year launched TradeDesk, a web-based inventory management system for scalpers. The company touts it as 'The most powerful ticket sales tool. Ever.'" There is a comment about the biggest scalper in North America "grabbing around five million" in a year. Ticketmaster's official response, "...categorically untrue that Ticketmaster has any program in place to enable resellers to acquire large volumes of tickets." More. (link)
Also Noticed: beIN SPORTS comes to a long-term content distribution renewal agreement with DISH and Sling TV. beIN's Deputy Managing Director for the U.S. and Canada Briceño: "This renewal, which allows beIN SPORTS’ availability across the U.S. via both satellite and over-the-top streaming, could not come at a more exciting time given the new soccer season and the kick-off of the Conference USA football season. These popular sporting events have proven to be fan favorites, and we’re thrilled that both our existing DISH and Sling TV viewers will be able to catch all of the action this fall." (link); Ball State adds a third stand for beer sales at Scheumann Stadium in advance of three straight home games. (link); Alabama will host ULM at Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2022 for a guaranteed $1.915M and in 2025 for $1.925M. (link); The Atlantic 10 hosts its second annual Student-Athlete Leadership Summitt this weekend with 28 MBB and WBB participants. (link); The America East and its member institutions will once again sponsor #SpreadRespect nights during this academic year. (link); Tailgating at a whole new level with this "tricked out" combine, previously used to harvest crops but now a show piece at Iowa FB games. Check out this "Kinnick Combine." (link); Reports indicated Cleveland Cavs' owner Gilbert's group is in final negotiations to buy Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money. (link); Charlotte MBB student-athlete Garvin arrested this week on misdemeanor assault on a female charges. He is indefinitely suspended but school not providing comment beyond that. (link) powered by Turnkey Search
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(NEW!) Assistant Athletics Director, Engagement (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will manage the athletics development engagement team and lead the strategy for the communications, events, and stewardship in support of the department’s fundraising goals. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Athletic Communications Director (University of Missouri-Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): The primary function of this position is to research, develop, design, and execute complex and strategic communications, educational and/or media projects for UMKC Athletics Department. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Annual Fund Coordinator (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Member of the Cougar Athletic Fund team responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of all aspects of the annual fund as well as some operational and administrative support. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director of Marketing and Fan Experience (The University of Mississippi / Oxford, MS): This position is responsible for coordinating, creating, developing, and executing marketing campaigns that enhance the Ole Miss fan experience. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Staff Psychologist (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): The Staff Psychologist will provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, psychotherapy, and other mental health services to student-athletes. More details HERE.

Director of Media Relations (Ohio University / Athens, OH): Responsible for arranging and coordinating media coverage for assigned varsity sports (women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, and baseball). More details HERE.

Assoc Director/Director of Development/Major Gifts (Ole Miss Athletics Foundation / Oxford, MS): Assoc Dir/Dir of Dev/Major Gifts is a member of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation staff charged with identification, solicitation, raising of philanthropic gifts to support Ole Miss Athletics. More details HERE.

Vice President of Texas Region (Tailgate Guys / Austin, TX): Tailgate Guys is seeking an executive to head up our TX Region - dynamic leader with proven track record in a service oriented hospitality business, managing a team, and driving revenue and growth. More details HERE.

Associate or Assistant Athletic Director for Development (Utah Valley University / Orem, UT): Raises funds from external constituencies. Manages an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects. Identifies and qualifies prospects. Engages and cultivates current and prospective donors, etc. More details HERE.

Director of Development, Seattle Operations (Washington State University / Seattle, WA): Member of the WSU Cougar Athletic Fund team based in Seattle, sharing significant responsibilities for the advancement of the CAF’s annual, major, and planned giving development efforts ($25,000+). More details HERE.

Director of Clinical & Sport Psychology (University of Wisconsin-Madison / Madison, WI): The Director of Clinical Psychology for student-athletes will oversee the delivery of clinical and sport psychology services to student-athletes within the established medical model. More details HERE.

Annual Fund Coordinator (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Member of the Cougar Athletic Fund team responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of all aspects of the annual fund as well as some operational and administrative support. More details HERE.

Compliance Coordinator (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): The Compliance Coordinator independently coordinates, plans, organizes and implements all monitoring systems of the Athletics Compliance program, developing/implementing programs and procedures. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): Job ID: 24742, Classification: Administrator II, Hiring Salary: Commensurate with experience. More Details HERE.

Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Assist student-athlete development staff to develop and implement innovative programs and individualized support services that empower student-athletes to succeed in college and in life. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Media Relations (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations - College of the Holy Cross - Please apply at More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Men's Lacrosse (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): This position is responsible for assisting with all phases of the Division I Men’s Lacrosse program at the University of Richmond. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: coaching an. More details HERE.

Director of Sports Nutrition (University of Louisville Athletic Association / Louisville, KY): Position oversees all aspects of the Sport Nutrition program to advance the development and delivery of nutrition services for 23 sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Communications (California Baptist University / Riverside, CA): Oversee the day-to-day communications and media relations for all 18 NCAA Division I sports under the supervision of the Associate AD for External Relations. Serve as primary men’s basketball contact. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Multimedia Services (Boise State University Athletics / Boise, ID): The individual will work with Bronco Athletics staff members to design, create and implement the department’s graphic identity for production, print, digital and web applications and special projects. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Cross Country/Track & Field (Brown University / Providence, RI): Assist Director of Cross Country, Track/Field in all phases of the program, recruiting, coaching, training, with a particular emphasis on coaching distance events and cross country. More details HERE.

Deputy Athletics Director, Business Operations (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): University of Notre Dame is accepting applications for a Deputy Athletics Director, Business Operations. For full description view EOE/AA. More details HERE.

Director of Creative Design and Services (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): The individual will work with conference staff members to plan, design, prepare and execute the conference’s graphic identity for production, print, digital and web applications and special projects. More details HERE.

Athletics Annual Giving Officer (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): Develops a plan to identify & prioritize new prospects, make discovery calls & build a prospect pool based on new prospects & past donors at the leadership giving level of $2,500 or greater. More Details HERE.

Ticket Sales and CRM, Database Manager (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): Arizona athletics is looking for a dynamic leader that will assist in supporting sales, marketing and development campaigns by providing metrics and tracking for success. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Annual Fund (Arizona State University Foundation / Tempe, AZ): Help us lead the annual fundraising for Arizona State University Athletics and help grow ASU the most innovative university in the US! More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director/Ticket Operations Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist with administering all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the ticket office. Provide lead work direction/training to staff & students. Supervise events. Assist with annual ticket planning. More details HERE.

Director, Ticket Sales and Service (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): Lead the UTSA Athletics Ticket Sales and Services team to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of customer ticket sales and service. More details HERE.

Director - Athletics Information Technology (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Direct and manage all information technology activities for the Intercollegiate Athletics Department; knowledge and experience with the latest hardware/software, programming, planning and development. More details HERE.

Director, Risk Management and Compliance Services (University of Texas at Austin / Austin, TX): To maintain and ensure an effective risk management and compliance program and ensure institutional control within Texas Athletics with a high level knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. More details HERE.

Director, Athletic Compliance (University of Southern California / Los Angeles, CA)The Director, Athletic Compliance will assist in developing, implementing, and maintaining a comprehensive, in-depth, and effective athletic compliance program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Compliance (Pepperdine University / Malibu, CA): The Assistant Director of Compliance is responsible for monitoring and documenting compliance with the NCAA and West Coast Conference legislation for Pepperdine Athletics. More details HERE.

Sports Science Coordinator (University of Oregon Athletic Department / Eugene, OR): Responsible for the development and planning of performance support for world class student-athletes. Assess and enhance athlete readiness, performance, and recovery. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Communications (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Stanford University seeks a highly-motivated, energetic and team-orientated individual with strong communication skills to fill the role of Assistant Director, Communications. More details HERE.

Head Cross Country & Track and Field Coach (CSUN / Northridge, CA): The Head Cross Country & Track and Field Coach oversees the management of all aspects for both the Men's and Woman's programs. More details HERE.

Asst. Track & Field and Cross Country Coach (Montana State University / Bozeman, MT): Responsible for assisting the Montana State University’s Men’s & Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country programs in Bozeman, Montana. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Director of Athletics - External Affairs (University of Alaska Anchorage / Anchorage, AK): The UAA Department of Athletics is seeking applicants for the Senior Associate Director of Athletics - External Affairs position. Apply at Careers at UA (, no. 510184. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): This position will manage the day-to-day elements of the Vanderbilt Athletic Ticket Office processes. More details HERE.

Director, Premium Seating and Major Gifts (Syracuse University / Syracuse, NY): The Director of Premium Seating and Major Gifts will work with the Athletics Development Team with specific responsibility for developing, marketing and evaluating the premium seating program. More details HERE.

Athletics Compliance Specialist (University of Delaware, Newark, DE): Responsible for implementing a Division I compliance program for 21 varsity sports teams made up of 600 + student-athletes, athletics department and University staff. More details HERE.

Vice President, Sponsorship Sales (JMI Sports | Clemson Sports & Campus Marketing / Greenville, SC): Key member of executive team. Athletic & Campus sponsorship sales. Recruiting, training, mgmt of sales staff. Partner relationships/procurement/account mgmt/strategic planning/financial analysis. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director Ticketing Sales and Service (Pennsylvania State University / University Park, PA): Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA), a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking an Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing Sales and Service. Apply at More details HERE.

Sr. Account Executive (JMI Sports | Clemson Sports & Campus Marketing / Greenville, SC)Athletics & Campus sponsorship sales. Develop and leverage strong relationships with brand decision makers to generate mutually beneficial partnerships that boost the Clemson brand and provide RIO to partners. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Athletics (University of Pennsylvania / Philadelphia, PA): The Assistant Director of Annual Giving is a member of a Development and Alumni Relations team focused on achieving the fundraising and alumni relations goals of the Athletics Department. More details HERE.

Asst. Dir of Development (William & Mary / Williamsburg, VA): The Asst. Dir. of Development works closely with the Director to build a high-level program that generates significant revenue for William & Mary’s priorities. Full time with benefits. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Advancement (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Myers, FL): Assistant Director of Athletic Advancement is responsible for all aspects of growing, communicating, delivering benefits and development cycle progression. More details HERE.

Asst. Sports Info Director (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): A NCAA Division I school and member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, is now accepting applications for the position of Assistant Sports Information Director. More Details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Development (Director of Development, Major Gifts) (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): The Assistant Athletics Director of Development will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift ($25,000+) donors and prospects for Intercollegiate Athletics. More details HERE.

Coordinator, Marketing and Fan Engagement (University of Arizona / Tucson, AZ): The Marketing Coordinator will be in charge of marketing and game presentation for Arizona Soccer, Gymnastics, and Softball and will have a hand in football game day presentation/operations. More details HERE.

Assistant Media Relations Director (Texas A&M Athletics / College Station, TX): The Asst.Media Relations Director (classified as Info Rep II) is responsible for being a liaison between the Athletic Department and the Media (print, radio, television and other electronic media). More details HERE.

Men’s and Women’s Diving Coach (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): This position will prepare student athletes for competition and recruit qualified students. More Details HERE.

Assistant Swimming Coach (Davidson College / Davidson, NC): This position will prepare student athletes for competition and recruit qualified students. More Details HERE.

Student-Athlete Affairs Assistant (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Myers, FL): The Student-Athlete Affairs Assistant oversees all aspects of the Student-Athlete Development program including the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director/Director of Athletics Development (Boston University / Boston, MA): Boston University Athletics is seeking a qualified candidate to lead the strategy and execution of the department's fundraising efforts, including oversight and management of development staff. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): This role will work with local and national media to promote the Vanderbilt women’s basketball brand, in addition to other assigned sports, as well as provide content for our More details HERE.

Assistant Director - Membership Services (University of South Carolina / Columbia, SC): Position plays a key role in guiding the athletics annual fund- tracking benefit fulfillment, updating priority points and directing membership drives. Focused heavily on ticketing and gift reporting. More details HERE.

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 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.
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