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Incoming Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Chair Knight, a former MBB student-athlete and current student trainer at UMKC, discusses several pressing issues as SAAC concludes its meetings with the NCAA Transfer Working Group. On the topic of student-athlete mobility, Knight acknowledges that players need to take accountability and realize the "grass isn't always greener," but adds: "As long as I've been interacting with the Transfer Working Group, everybody in that group is thinking about really changing this and giving power to the student-athlete." Knight also addresses the idea of compensating players and posits that additional compensation should occur "on the back end," explaining that some student-athletes would be financially responsible while others would "blow it all on shoes and food. By the time you're 21 or 22 when you graduate, you're much more responsible." (link)
Regardless of whether the NCAA reverses course and allows alcohol sales at all championship events without a waiver, the SEC may not be as quick to follow as some schools and fans would like. Commish Sankey notes that changing a decades-long tradition won't be easy and says the NCAA's decision will serve only as a "data point" and not a "determinative for our direction." Membership appears to be split on the matter, and while it's unclear which schools oppose lifting the bank, Sankey explains: "From a stadium wide (standpoint), there are those that think 'Let’s just take the restraint off the conference level.' But that’s not a unanimous or, I’m not sure right now, a majority position." (link); More from Sankey, who reportedly played a role in chilling talks between SEC schools and former Ole Miss FB HC Freeze. While Alabama is the only school identified to have reached out to Freeze, reports that at least five other programs showed interest: "However, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey encouraged Alabama not to hire a man as well known for the personal shortcomings that led to his Ole Miss resignation as he is for his success as a coach. It's the primary reason why Saban, the highest-paid and most powerful coach in college football, couldn't add Freeze to his staff this offseason." (link)
As Tennessee AD Fulmer continues the transition into his new role, he is making no bones about his commitment to putting FB on the right track. "Coach Battle told me I would enjoy the spring sports, and I have; being around all the coaches and teams has been fun. But the truth is the engine that drives the train is football, and we have to get that right." In his first six weeks, Fulmer worked almost exclusively with freshly minted HC Pruitt, helping with recruiting and filling out a coaching staff. The result, according to former Auburn FB HC Tuberville, has been that Pruitt will inherit the Vols job in a much better position than his predecessors dating back to Fulmer. "The main thing is to have somebody in the athletic director position that really understands football and what coaches go through, what they need, what they don’t need. And Phillip is perfect for that. Manage your coaches, everything else will take care of itself." (link)
Listen: Connecticut AD Benedict sits for another installment of the UConn Insider Podcast, covers a handful of key topics from Storrs, including building relationships with student-athletes, background on his search for new MBB HC Hurley, why access to a 'Power 5' league isn't the end-all, be-all for the department, elements of his job that were unexpected & more. Notable inspirational quote on Benedict's office wall reads, "This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given this day to use as you will. You can waste it, or you can use it for good. What you do today is important because you’re exchanging a day of your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever. In its place is something you left behind. Let it be something good." (link)
San Diego State MBB has joined North Carolina, Georgetown, Michigan and a select few others on Nike's exclusive Jordan Brand roster. SDSU Asst AD for MBB Ops Soria says the program is "ecstatic," adding: "It’s the Jordan Brand trusting the direction of our program, understanding we play at a high level and continue to play at a high level. I think it shows the Jordan Brand sees San Diego State as a program it can market. ... We're now aligned with some of the better basketball programs in the country." SDSU, which extended its contract with Nike through 2023-24, will continue to receive $1.2M worth of apparel each year. While there is no extra money associated with the inclusion of the Jumpman logo, MBB HC Dutcher explains: "It’s the exclusivity of it, just to be a little different than everybody else. To have something that other schools in the conference don’t have access to, it’s kind of ups our brand and can help recruiting." (link)
Potential on-campus USF FB Stadium: The next step for the Bulls includes a wide ranging survey that seeks input from a number of constituency groups including fans, students, donors, alumni, staff & faculty. Results will be compiled later in the spring. AD Harlan: "As we have said from the beginning of this process, the interests of our university community, USF students, alumni and supporters will be an integral part of our decision-making process as we continue to study the potential for an on-campus football stadium." (link); Tampa Bay Times' Knight takes a contrarian position, points to attendance of 3,400+ for last weekend's Spring Game as reason to believe on-campus digs wouldn't automatically fix regular season "attendance woes" for USF. (link); These renderings of a new on-campus venue may have already been out, but I don't recall seeing them before. (link, link)
Latest SBJ: Lots of content around the potential for SCOTUS to legalize sports gambling & collegiate space headliner Smith writes on how it could change the landscape. LEAD1's McMillen: "If it’s going to happen, the NCAA will have to reshape their own protocols around it. They’re not going to say that 30 states can’t host championships. That would be ludicrous. But you’re not going to see the NCAA deal with it until something is decided." Current Marshall boss & former UNLV AD Hamrick: "Just my opinion, but yes, if gambling becomes legal, we’re going to need more resources. If somebody is going to benefit, why shouldn’t college athletics benefit just like the NBA and MLB? I can tell you we’re going to have extra expenses." (link); The rise of Hawaiian-born Alabama FB student-athlete Tagovailoa results in the Crimson Tide striking radio deals with two stations on the islands. Crimson Tide Sports Marketing VP Carabin: "We’ve got what I would consider a robust radio network already, but this really shows the strength and reach of the Alabama brand." (link); Lots more on the PASPA front as William Hill CEO Asher notes, "There’s a massive black market where there’s no transparency and no insight into what’s happening. And if there is something fishy going on in the black market, what’s the bookmaker going to do? He’s not going to pick up the phone and call the FBI because he is a criminal. The idea that somehow a black market is more protective of integrity than a highly regulated market as exists in Nevada today has no basis in common sense." (link)
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MBB media member Zagoria crunches the numbers, finds 45% of HC hires during the current carousel have been minorities, a rate up from last year's 34% & 2016's 28%. An unnamed minority AC says, "Progress is a process. I'm encouraged." Perspective from UCF expert Lapchick, "This year’s hiring cycle has been the best in recent years and is very encouraging. It is getting us back near the all-time high for head basketball coaches of color.  But is that good enough in a sport where more than 61 percent of the student-athletes playing D-1 college basketball are players of color?  It is not enough for me in 2018.  Sport can lead the way in a nation so divided by race.  We need what I have been calling for since 2007- an Eddie Robinson rule requiring mandatory diverse pools of candidates – similar to the Rooney Rule in the NFL. And we need to hold the search firms accountable also." A bit more. (link)
Given the financial pressures in Albuquerque, New Mexico Men's Soccer HC Fishbein says his job is to now make sure the program survives & thrives, "We need to find ways to make it work, and we need to find a way to do it collectively. [...] We can’t afford to cut any sports at UNM." In total, the Lobos are looking at ways to recover from a $4.7M hole in a 10-year plan. Board of Regents meeting today where we're likely to learn more on the future of the athletic department & potential program cuts. (link)
Portland Men's Tennis student-athlete Sundaram has been "removed" from the program after his "misogynistic and violent speech" during Sunday's Wally Awards. Sounds like the delivery got so bad that some student-athletes & coaches walked out of the event as Sundaram focused on sexual encounters between different ethnicities. In an email to campus, Prez Poorman, "These offensive statements do not reflect us, and they do not reflect our mission. This important tradition was the purpose of the evening, and I did not want what happened on stage to take away from the recognition of others in attendance. I apologize to all of you that this occurred." (link)
The Des Moines Register's Peterson argues that it's time for a recalibration on HC pay as many leaders around the nation, including Iowa State FB HC Campbell recognize the situation has "gotten out of control." Peterson continues his hardline on the financial mechanics of college athletics by challenging readers to "call the bluff" of ISU leaders & plans for $65M to $80M worth of facility upgrades, "If you’ve got enough money to build facilities, I’d think you can afford to give some of it to the non-athletic side of the university. […] Are they in it for the athletes or their financial bottom line?" The Cyclones recently committed $1M to the Office of Financial Aid, a contribution Peterson would like to see become an annual staple. (link)
The contract dispute for former Utah State MBB HC Duryea continues as university spokesman Vitale comments, "We are attempting to resolve that in conversations with him. Our counsel has been talking to his counsel to resolve the differences." The difference is an entire year of pay worth $379K. Duryea: "The last thing I want is to be in the paper bringing a suit against Utah State. I don’t want to be involved in that. […] I thought I would ride off knowing I had two years … now I’m having to deal with this. It was a short-sighted decision (for USU to let him go with two years remaining on his contract). I had no control over that." (link)
More Personnel: Virginia AD Williams lands her first big HC hire in Charlottesville as Texas AHC & former WNBA star Thompson heads east to take over the Cavaliers WBB program. (link); Northwestern Men's Swim & Dive HC Schroeder steps down after nine years leading the program. (link); Virginia Tech Swim & Dive boss Skinner does the same after 20. (link); Negotiations continue between Loyola Chicago brass & MBB HC Moser on a new deal. (link); Duke WBB HC McCallie takes a two month leave to deal with a "correctable kidney-related ailment." (link); Good read from WaPo on the winding road to success for former Missouri MBB HC & current Utah Jazz boss Snyder. (link); Penn AD Calhoun selects Columbia AC Braddak as her new Women's Volleyball HC. (link); The settlement situation for former UConn MBB HC Ollie included a meeting with Huskies AD Benedict last week, now Ollie's camp needs to submit a written response. (link)
Virginia Tech Prez Sands continues to comment in the aftermath of a video put on social media showing members of the Women's Lacrosse team singing along to a song with offensive words. Sands, who says he has had "lots of conversations with many, many groups," adds: "I feel like we actually lurched forward in the past few weeks. It’s not the way you want to trigger that. Any time you have an incident, you really have to peel back the layers to say, ‘Is that just a random thing that happened or is that representative of something bigger that we need to work on?’ And I think everybody realizes there’s something bigger we need to work on. We’re making progress. … We’re not done." AD Babcock: "We’ve done a lot of things behind the scenes with that group to educate them now. It was a shame it happened. They were singing along to a song. It was inappropriate for them to do that, but I believe they learned a good lesson and apologized appropriately. ... We felt like it wasn’t any malice there. And we certainly would’ve handled it differently if it wasn’t a song. But it still shouldn’t have been done." (link)
How might the new tax code impact Syracuse coffers? Ernst & Young director of exempt organization tax services Donaldson cuts straight to the point, "There really is no magic bullet to resolve this issue. The bottom line impact to your donors is it raises their out-of-pocket costs on their season tickets in premium seating areas roughly 30 to 40 percent." On the excise tax front, McDermott Will & Emery partner Mayshar, "This was intended to place nonprofit organizations and for-profits on more equal footing. This provision isn’t just a revenue raiser. It also reflects the hostility toward the country’s largest nonprofits with highly-compensated executives. A lot of our clients have been feeling that." (link)
Central Michigan’s student newspaper explores how the Chips are focused on generating FB revenue by increasing home attendance numbers, which have been disappointing in recent years. Deputy AD/External Operations Willey: "Our focus is really on how we can put as many people in that stadium as possible to create a competitive, electric game day environment. Then, on top of that, generate as much revenue as we possibly can through ticket sales. ... Attendance is our top priority, but revenue generation is a key component to that. Those revenue streams are critical to the growth, sustainability and success of our athletic teams." (link)
Penn AD Calhoun sent a letter to “alumni, parents, and friends” to announce the launch of "Game Onward: The Campaign for the Future of Penn Athletics," which is part of the newly announced university-wide fundraising effort dubbed "The Power of Penn Campaign." Supporters are encouraged to donate to support one of the campaign’s priorities, which are the student-athlete experience, campus engagement, and competitive excellence. Calhoun: "Together as alumni, parents, fans, and the entire Penn Athletics community, we can set the future in motion for our student-athletes." (link)
Adventure Enterprises is reportedly suing LeBron James and business partner Maverick Carter for allegedly taking the company's idea for a talk show series that takes place in a barber shop. Adventure Enterprises claims it pitched a show to James called "Shop Talk," but was cut out of the equation when the NBA star created a show called "The Shop." A source close to James and Carter reportedly described the lawsuit as "totally frivolous and publicity seeking." You’ll of course remember that representatives for James’ Uninterrupted platform sent a notice to Alabama earlier this month, claiming the Tide’s new series "Shop Talk" infringed upon the copyright for "The Shop." (link)
Also Noticed: Rice AD Karlgaard didn't get the "sub-3" Boston Marathon time he had hoped for, but 3:06:23 is still mighty impressive, especially the wet & cold conditions yesterday. (link, link); Appalachian State will name its on-campus athletics complex the Mark E. Ricks Athletics Complex in recognition of his $10M gift to his alma mater. It is the school's largest outright gift, ever. (link); Athlon Sports' Fischer: "As part of the issue to deal with staff sizes, the NCAA is considering a rule that would limit press box access to only full-time coaches/GAs and limiting number of headsets in use to six in booth/nine on the sideline." (link); Eastern Washington is one of three FCS schools without a complete FB schedule in place for this fall (Hampton and Mississippi Valley State are the others) and it is unlikely at this point that the Eagles will be able to fill the vacancy with a DI opponent. (link); Elon MBB hosts North Carolina at the Schar Center next season. First time in 68 years the Heels have visited the Phoenix. (link); Because the Durham Bulls are home during NCAA Baseball Regionals, Duke has submitted a bid to host at Jack Coombs Field on campus. The Blue Devils are currently No. 9 in this week's D1Baseball poll. (link)
Serious question, what do your fans smell when they enter your athletic venues? This Harvard Business Review piece digs in on how Hyatt Place hit on its "Seamless" scent, "The scent is such a proven brand asset that it has been codified as a brand standard that defines the company’s experience and brand personality, just as background music, color scheme, décor, and advertising do." How to identify your own? 1) Fully understand your entity’s brand DNA.; 2) Translate your statement into a scent; 3) Run some tests; and, 4)  Decide your points for diffusion. In conclusion, "In an age where it’s becoming more and more difficult to stand out in a crowded market, you must differentiate your brand emotionally and memorably. Think about your brand in a new way by considering how scent can play a role in making a more powerful impression on your customers." (link)
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(NEW!) 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 & brand management. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Ticketing Director (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The Ticketing Director serves as one of a team of ticket managers that each has primary responsibility for a reserved seating sport. Application deadline 5/2/2018. EEO/AA. More details HERE.

(NEW!) HR Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Assist at-risk student-athletes in achieving academic objectives, model/teach successful study skills/strategies, direct SA to university resources, set up/leading review sessions & provide tutoring. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director of Sports Administration (Big Ten Conference / Rosemont, IL): Liaison for sports, assist with management of championships, support to Sports Management Committee, manage awards program, coordinate product orders, assist with SCORE, other duties as assigned. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Video and Creative Services (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): Assists in all aspects of the digital and video department promoting The American's 22 sports. Serve as an integral part of the The American Digital Network staff. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Communications (American Athletic Conference / Providence, RI): Assists in all aspects of the communications/external relations area in promoting the Conference’s 22 sports while serving as the primary contact for assigned sports. More details HERE.

Deputy Athletics Director or Executive Associate Athletic Director for Finance & Strategic Initiatives (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): Provides senior leadership, financial oversight of facilities operations, and oversees/ directs the operation of the Athletics budget for the UTSA Athletics Department. More details HERE.

Director of Digital Media Services (Mid-American Conference / Cleveland, OH): Create video content that drives views, conversations, and fan engagement to the Mid-American Conference website and social media platforms. Oversee all MAC created video content. More details HERE.

Director, Partnership Development for Auburn Sports Properties (Auburn Sports Properties / Auburn, AL): The Director of Partnership Development will be responsible for developing, selling and managing all aspects of fully integrated corporate sponsorship packages for Auburn University. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Ticketing (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The Associate Director, Ticketing serves as one of a team of ticket managers that each has primary responsibility for a reserved seating sport. Application deadline 5/2/2018. EEO/AA. More details HERE.

Director of Digital Media (Austin Peay State University / Clarksville, TN): Marketing, digital media and creative services for all 16 NCAA Division I programs as well as selected special initiatives with the goal of increasing awareness, attendance, and revenue. More details HERE.

Asst. Dir., Athletic Communications (Clemson University / Clemson, SC): Determines and develops media relations and social media strategies for WBB and other sports. Provides content development for digital platforms, and leads and instructs student assistants. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications (Austin Peay State University / Clarksville, TN): Football Contact - Performs the role of an internal beat reporter, focusing on telling compelling stories in written, video, social media, graphics or other innovative formats.  More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Fan Engagement (North Dakota State University / Fargo, ND): Develops, coordinates & executes advertising campaigns as well as promotions and in-game entertainment. Designs events that engage student-athletes & coaches with the community. Supervises interns. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director of Ticket Operations (Temple University / Philadelphia, PA): Incumbent will be responsible for leading, planning, and directing the execution of all aspects of ticket operations, distribution, and delivery. More details HERE.

Ticket Operations Director (UC San Diego / La Jolla, CA): The Ticket Operations Director manages ticket operations, development of the ticketing platform, including seat mapping and digital ticketing programs for Athletic Department events. More details HERE.

Director of Intercollegiate Athletics (California State University Northridge / Northridge, CA): CSUN is searching for an AD to lead their D1 program. For all inquiries, please contact Glenn Sugiyama of DHR International c/o Tom Snyder, Senior Associate at More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Communications (University of South Florida / Tampa, FL): Serve as primary contact for USF men's basketball, track and field, and cross country and secondary duties with football, conducting communications, media relations and social media engagement. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Development (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): Stanford Athletics is seeking job applications for a major gift fundraiser. This position will be focused on identifying, cultivating, and soliciting gifts of $250,000 or more. More details HERE.

Assistant Director for Compliance (Xavier University / Cincinnati, OH): This position along with all coaches & staff is responsible for the integrity of Xavier’s intercollegiate athletics program and for protecting the reputation of the University through compliance..... More details HERE.

Advancement Director - Major Gifts - Intercollegiate Athletics (University of Missouri / Columbia, MO): Identify and close individual major gift prospects and execute premium seating sales for Football and Men’s Basketball. More details HERE.

Director, Corporate Partnerships (Seattle University / Seattle, WA): Seattle University is seeking a Director of Corporate Partnerships in Athletics. Responsible for Corporate Sales, Ticket Revenue, Marketing and Attendance, Administration/Budget. BA Degree required. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Serve as communications contact for women's basketball, field hockey and tennis with an emphasis on digital and social media. More details HERE.

Senior Post Production Manager (University of Minnesota / Minneapolis, MN): The Senior Post-Production Manager will primarily be responsible for providing creative direction and oversight of Gopher Athletics multimedia post-production endeavors, including video features and motion graphics on multiple platforms, as well as live event production, as part of Gopher Digital within the University of Minnesota Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Associate Director/Communications (Social Media & Web Development) (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): The candidate will serve as a full-time member of the athletics communications staff with primary focus on social media. Administers communications activities for one or more Olympic sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations (University of Oregon Athletics / Eugene, OR): Assist with the day to day operations in the Athletic Ticket Office, specifically the Matthew Knight Arena Box Office. Strategize with Athletic Ticket Office directors on day to day office activities. Ensure successful staffing of events. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Womens Basketball (Cleveland State University / Cleveland, OH): Responsible for the organization and administration of all facets of the women's basketball program to ensure a quality program and successful Division 1 team. Application Deadline April 13, 2018. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Wrestling (Cleveland State University / Cleveland, OH): Responsible for the organization and administration of all facets of the wrestling program to ensure a quality program and successful Division 1 team. Application Deadline April 13, 2018. More details HERE.

Leadership Gift Officer, Athletics Development (Columbia University / New York, NY): Fundraising and alumni relations position. Assists with fundraising activities in support of Columbia Athletics, including front-line fundraising, working with coaches and other staff in Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Communications (University of South Florida / Tampa, FL): Administer all communications, media relations and social media for USF’s nationally ranked women’s basketball and men’s soccer programs as well as secondary duties with football. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletics Development (Boston University / Boston, MA): The Assistant Director, Athletics Development serves as a key member of the fundraising team and will develop, implement and manage an annual giving program for Boston University Athletics. More details HERE.

Athletic Major Gifts Officer (Virginia Polytechnic Institute / Blacksburg, VA): The Virginia Tech Athletic Fund seeks Major Gifts Officer, multiple openings, to report to the Associate Athletic Director of Major Gifts. Apply online at More details HERE.

Director of Annual Giving, Athletics (University of Pennsylvania / Philadelphia, PA): Manage, implement, and grow the Penn Athletics annual fund by engaging alumni and other external sources. BA/BS. 3-5 years experience. Apply online at: More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Annual Giving (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with San José State University in the search for an Associate Athletic Director for Annual Giving. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Broadcasting & Production (University of Maryland / College Park, MD): The Asst. AD for Broadcasting & Production will serve as the departmental lead for all video production and broadcasting with the primary purpose of enhancing the Maryland Athletics brand. More details HERE.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.
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