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Maryland: Board of Regents Chair Brady steps down, "In recent days, I have become the public face of both the board and its decisions related to these matters. In my estimation, my continued presence on the board will inhibit its ability to move Maryland's higher education agenda forward. And I have no interest in serving as a distraction from that important work." (link); The USM Board released a statement, says it "acknowledges and accepts his (Prez Loh's) authority to make it (the decision to part ways with FB HC Durkin)." (link); Psychical altercations between Terps FB student-athletes are linked to the Durkin move by some within the program, others say it had nothing to do with the fight. (linklink); No word yet on the futures of on leave athletic trainers Robinson & Nordwall, though the USM Board of Regents recommended their reinstatement. (link, link); Here's the letter Interim FB HC Canada penned to families of FB student-athletes, Includes, "The coaching staff and I met with the team this morning. Our pledge to them, and to you, is to continue to do exactly what we have been doing these past twelve weeks. We will stick together. We will lean on each other. We will continue to honor Jordan. We will play hard and as a team. We will make you proud." (link - scroll down)
MBB-FBI: Miami (FL) AD James on where his program stands, "I believe we’re in a good spot, but I’ve believed we were going to be in a good spot all along. Again, I believe in Jim [Larranaga] and what our staff are doing, and I’m confident that they’re doing things the right way, and until someone shows me something else, I’m going to believe that we’re operating within the guidelines established by the association, that we’re led by a man with great integrity and that we’re going to continue to do the things that we do to give our students the best experience possible." James wouldn't go as far as saying the developments are a major stain on the sport, thinks the Rice Commission's recommendations were a solid first step, wants more dialogue with apparel companies. (link); The Arizona Board of Regents met, say they will continue to "aggressively monitor" the FBI situation in connection to the Wildcats program. Board chair Shoopman: "Facts, not noise [...] we have no idea what the future will bring." (link); Kansas AD Long confirms that no official NCAA probe has started in connection to allegations surrounding sidelined student-athlete De Sousa, "We are standing by waiting for the go ahead." Long also notes the wiretapped conversation between former Adidas staffer Code & KU AC Townsend may be part of a future NCAA inquiry, but right now there's only a document from court case that included notes of the chat. (link); The Oregonian's Schmidt & Manning wonder if Oregon wasn't thorough in its probe to determine if any MBB staffers inappropriately engaged with the recently convicted defendants to recruit former prospective student-athlete Bowen. The pair question why they weren't provided with phone records as part of their open records request. Senior Assoc. AD for Communications Stanton on the authors claims, "This premise is inaccurate." (link)
There's been some talk this week that Vanderbilt may be honing in on who it's going to hire as the new AD in Nashville. Meanwhile, Chancellor Zeppos pens on key focus points for whomever assumes the chair after his conversations with a number of constituency groups around campus. 1) The Student-Athlete; 2) Fundraising; 3) Marketing & Nashville; 4) Defining our place in the SEC; and, 5) Facilities. Of note: "Continuing to move our athletics program forward will require investment; we have to put forth time, energy and capital. […] Our next leader will create strong, unmistakable and exciting connections between Vanderbilt athletics and Nashville. He or she will also build our brand regionally and nationally to turn out the Commodore faithful on the road. […] We are committed to finding an athletics director who will carefully consider how to ensure that our facilities and fan experience match the caliber of our athletics program and who will develop a plan to get us there." (link)
ECU Chancellor Staton & Special Advisor to the Chancellor Hart addressed the university's Athletics & Advancement Committee of its Board of Trustees about the pending AD search. Unfortunately, what the duo leading the process said to the rest of the group looks to have been done in a closed session. The Daily Reflector's Woodward is another to point to Eastern Michigan AD Wetherbee, UNC Wilmington's Bass & Charleston Southern AD Barber as potential candidates in Greenville. While the meeting was still public, Hart lauded longtime Pirates leader Workman for his dedication to the institution. (link)
Another spot without a permanent AD is Florida State as Interim boss Coburn "acknowledges he could serve in that capacity for even longer than" a couple of months, which was his initial expectation, deems his appointment "open ended." Coburn says FSU Prez Thrasher "wants him to get some things done" while he's in charge, points to cutting 4% of non-essential operating costs (~$600K) to make sure the Seminoles maintain a fiscally sound approach. Some non-coaching positions have been frozen & coaching staffs have been tasked with being more prudent with travel dollars tied to recruiting. On the revenue side, Coburn wants an increased focus on marketing & sales. Important line from the article, "Coburn has enjoyed a close personal relationship with Seminole Boosters President and CEO Andy Miller since they attended FSU as undergraduates." (linklink)
The NCAA responded to Ole Miss FB's appeal, bowl ban remains, recruiting sanctions reversed. (link); Rebels Chancellor Vitter & AD Bjork none too pleased, "As the recent Commission on College Basketball (Rice Commission) report outlined, the NCAA enforcement model is 'broken' and ill-equipped to handle complex cases, and we believe our case was adversely impacted because of it. […] …in April 2016, unbeknownst to us, the enforcement staff shifted and excluded us from the investigation for several months. The results of this shift spawned allegations based on inconsistent testimony by individuals with clear motives and conflicts of interest. In fact, the IAC found that various witness accounts ‘could have led a reasonably prudent person to a different interpretation of the facts.’ […] In addition, every institution that has decades-old cases should remain alarmed over this decision and skeptical about the discretion afforded the COI. If the COI can “accord significant weight” to prior cases from a 30-year time frame when prescribing penalties, then no program will ever get a clean slate. We are troubled that the IAC, in its written decision, ignored this overreach by the COI. All of this suggests that additional NCAA reforms are needed, and we will be a leader in that effort." (link)
Fresno State AD Tumey Q&As on some key topics, says upgrades to Bulldog Stadium are definitely on the horizon, as is a student-athlete village that will be funded by private dollars ("We’re not trying to build the Taj Mahal here. We’re just trying to provide resources that really are going to help our student-athletes be successful."). There are key back-of-house infrastructure upgrades needed for Bulldog Stadium, but Tumey also wants to add more hospitality areas & better wi-fi. More, including the need to bolster endowment dollars. (link)
The Soccer post-season is underway across the nation & AthleticDirectorU caught up with four Women's Soccer sport administrators to dig into their oversight responsibilities. Tennessee Assoc. AD for Compliance Donovan, Florida State Deputy AD for Administration Hartmann, Georgetown Senior Assoc. AD for External Affairs O'Neil & Colorado Assoc. AD for Ticket Operations & Sales Williams all offered insights on key points of how they facilitate their respective programs, unique elements of mental & emotional health for student-athletes, travel preparations for the post-season & where they stand on the potential move to a two-semester framework for the sport. (link)
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The Athletic's Auerbach gets each 'Power 5' Commish on the record on why their respective leagues are committed to eight (SEC, ACC) or nine (Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12) conference FB games per season. SEC's Sankey: "The decision-making up front to allow this flexibility was both a way to honor those realities and those distinctions. There is a rigor in the SEC schedule that I think is unique, comparatively, and that can’t be forgotten." ACC's Swofford: "If we weren’t scheduling, as a league, that well outside the conference, then I might have more concern about it." Big Ten's Delany with a bit of questioning of the CFP committee, "There’s no evidence that playing an FCS opponent and having that in lieu of having a conference opponent has any meaning to the committee. None. There’s no evidence of that and there is evidence that at the end of the analysis two losses are disqualifying — or has been." Big 12's Bowlsby: "It’s the right way to conduct a conference’s regular-season competition. Having said that, you can’t play a full round-robin with the larger numbers, so you just live with the differences." Pac-12's Scott: "I do believe over time there’ll be a migration. Fans, I think, are going to more and more demand high-quality content if they’re going to come to a game and pay for a game. I think there’s a natural migration towards higher-quality games." More. (link)
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Montana AD Haslam on how he keeps well-versed as part of the FCS Selection Committee, "Watch a lot of games. A lot of comparative data, records against opponents, big wins, and a system of strength that’s developed by some mathematicians." Each week Haslam creates his own Top 25, then confers with the other nine FCS ADs around the industry who make up the committee, continues to appreciate how the subdivision crowns a champion with a 24-team playoff. (link)
Saint Francis in the spotlight with continued MBB & WBB success expected during the 2018-19 campaigns on top of the Red Flash winning the NEC's Commissioner's Cup last year. SFU AD Robinson Fruchtl: "This didn’t just happen overnight. This really started years ago with the small improvements. It’s something we’re all very proud of — and want to continue." Robinson Fruchtl says one program starting to win big, which was WBB, naturally leads others around the department to fully believe the same is possible with their squad. Then, flywheel. (link)
UTSA AD Campos hires Houston Assoc. AD for Development Hoffer as the new Senior Assoc. AD for Development for the Roadrunners. Hoffer has also cut his teeth at Louisiana Monroe, UTEP & Washington State. Also, Director of the Roadrunner Fund Thomas gets bumped up to Asst. AD for Major Gifts. (link); More from Campos as it looks like the new student-athlete complex is set for the south end of campus, indicates there's still a number of steps to be completed before shovels go in the ground. (link)
More Personnel: Northern Illinois FB HC Carey received an extension through June of 2022 way back in January that never hit the wire. Total base pay through the end of the deal is now $2.405M. (link); Stony Brook FB HC Priore also gets years added to his deal that could keep him on Long Island through the 2022 campaign. (link); Louisiana Monroe WBB HC Dow suspended one week without pay for HR violations. NO further details on the situation. (link); The administrative leave situation for Missouri Swim/Dive HC Rhodenbaugh looks to be connected to a Title IX situation & alleged treatment of female student-athletes. (link); Oregon Prez Schill with a five year deal that could see him stick in Eugene until 2023, $60K annul raise to $720K. (link); Looks like Gardner Webb will make a decision on a new Prez by Thanksgiving. (link); Western Carolina has restarted its search for a new Chancellor. (link)
Teamworks & Ohio State link up to expand their existing relationship to the department-wide variety. Bucks AD Smith: "We are ever shaping the culture of success here at Ohio State. Opportunity abounds and our on-going commitment to the total student-athlete and our relationships via the Huntington Bucks Go Pro program will allow additional opportunities for our graduating student-athletes." (link); Davidson selects Pepsi as its drink of choice. Pepsi means Gatorade. Pepsi means Starbucks canned & bottled. Pepsi will be a "signature sponsor" of Wildcats athletics. (link)
TV/Streaming: "Ten years from now, I think fans will find it unacceptable if an event is happening and they can’t watch it and watch it right now. What the businesses and distribution models are that support that remains to be seen." That's ESPN VP of Digital Media Programming Lasker to The Athletic's Bennett (heck, I feel that way now!)." Bennett writes on the increase in digital options for the upcoming hoops season as Missouri Valley Assoc. Commish Watkins notes a bit of change for fans this year as so many games are paid platforms like ESPN+ & no longer on the free ESPN3 outlet. Conference USA boss MacLeod on the shifting landscape, "It’s definitely a concern, especially for programs like ours." More, including discussion on if leagues could cut out the middle man (answer: yes & no). (link); New Fox CEO Murdoch indicates a buy back of the 22 RSNs is still an "open question." Interestingly, Murdoch also says Verizon was the first to approach Fox about the assets eventually purchased by Disney. (linklink); The latest "will Apple invest in sports rights?" comes from Awful Announcing's Fang, who points to the $1B the company is investing in original content. Basically, no one knows the answer to this question, though most signs point to Apple pursuing a Netflix-oriented strategy (i.e. no sports). (link)
Pitt: "It (a stadium) is something we will always evaluate. You never know what can happen. With the right finances, there are a lot of things that can happen." That's Panthers AD Lyke on the potential for an on-campus stadium down the road. (link); Lyke also announces a fully-funded Women's LAX program will be competing by the 2021-22 season, "We believe we can be successful in lacrosse, which is consistent with the theme of comprehensive excellence I’ve talked about from the start. If we’re going to have a program, we want to go compete for ACC and national championships." No plans for Men's LAX right now. (link); A number of Panthers programs are wearing the 'Pittsburg Strong' logo as a symbol of solidarity. (link)
Hold the phone on Tennessee's coming renovation to Neyland Stadium. Vols AD Fulmer says construction will begin within the next two years, "We're still looking at all the design, all the scope, and just what do we really want to do? What's going to be the best for the next 100 years?" (Yes, he said 100 years.) Private donations are over $50M & the campaign is not yet officially public. One interesting angle is the development of more revenue-generating opportunities for the venue, though it is a dry campus in Knoxville. (link); We'll have final word today from the UT Board of Trustees on a new athletics committee to be led by prominent booster Anderson and will also include former WBB star Lawson & attorney Wiseman. The committee will serve as an added layer of oversight for the Vols. (link)
Populous with renderings for part of Baylor's new athletics master plan, which includes construction of a FB ops center to house coaches' offices, meeting rooms, weight rooms, rehab and sport nutrition space, which would free up the Simpson Athletics and Academic Center for additional academic support and student success services. Also on the docket is anew venue for Volleyball and Acrobatics & Tumbling teams to practice. (link); Here is a look at Cincinnati's renovated Fifth Third Arena, which includes wider concourses, new concessions options, new LED scoreboard and ribbon boards, and more premium seats, among other things. (link)
The Athletic's Hamilton wonders if UNLV can "recapture the spotlight." Hamilton: "Once upon a time, the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels were in fact indistinguishable from the Kentuckys and the Dukes of the world, at least in terms of preeminence within the sport. Often enough they were definitively better than anyone else anywhere. They had an iconoclastic towel-chewing coach and superstars who played fast and scored a ton, and all of it was cool as hell, to the point that Tupac was wearing school gear on TV. And, of course, the entire operation was suspect and, of course, it combusted spectacularly. [...] But falling behind isn’t the same as being forgotten. Everyone here remembers what once was. And all the commotion created by these shiny new sports teams may trigger another idea, that something great should come from that once-dominant hoops program laying in wait a couple of miles off the Strip." UNLV MBB HC Menzies envisions folks says "Welcome back" if the Rebs succeed. AD Reed-Francois says "We are going to embrace Las Vegas. ... we've lost a little bit of our magic... We have to be innovative, and that’s been a hallmark of what we are trying to do here: Use the resources we have and create the magic again. And I know we can do it." More. (link)
Old Dominion MBB HC Jones wants Conference USA to do away with a neutral site post-season tourney & return to campus sites as a way to reward the best teams throughout the regular season & create a more dynamic TV product. Jones: "You’d have to extend the postseason to two weeks, but it would make for much better television, and it would protect the top seeds. If we end up playing someone on the road, in front of their crowd, that’s great. I’d rather play to a full house than a few hundred people on a neutral court." C-USA will host its tourney in Frisco, TX this season. (link)
Also Noticed: Might Northern Michigan Women's Hockey be an addition to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association? Officials were in Marquette last week as the Wildcats are the latest school to take part in a college hockey feasibility study, but the first to be sponsored by NHL, NHLPA and College Hockey Inc. that solely looks at the addition on the women's side. (link); Former Stanford WBB standout and No. 1 WNBA pick Ogwumike pens for the Players' Tribune, "Bet on Women." Currently president of the WNBPA she says the group is choosing to opt out of the current CBA to accomplish "full transparency" and look "toward a new chapter of the WNBA." More (link); As the trial on Harvard's admissions process continues, I noticed this in the WSJ the other day, "Roughly 86% of recruited varsity athletes who apply to Harvard were admitted, according to trial testimony." (link); Oakland University signs a three-year, $114K deal with radio station WDFN 1130 AM to broadcast all MBB games an 15 shows led by HC Kampe. (link); Louisville's Interim VP for University Advancement Shafer: "Somebody asked me a couple weeks ago how this was going. I said, 'It's a disaster - and I love it.'" Philanthropic support of the foundation reached $182.7M in FY14, was just $78M in FY18. His goal is to eclipse $100M, starting with increasing the number of staffers in the development office. Interesting comment. (link); BYU and Arkansas agree to a FB home and home, Hogs head to Provo in 2022 with the Cougars making the return trip to Fayetteville in 2023. (link); Apple is reportedly considering buying a stake in the bankrupt group iHeartMedia. (link); Oregon State FB student-athlete Wilson arrested on one count of fourth-degree domestic violence assault stemming from an incident with his girlfriend. He has been indefinitely suspended from the team. (link); New Mexico FB student-athlete Tohi suspended for his role in a fight that left teammate Brown hospitalized. Brown's mother says there is bleeding on the right side of her son's brain. (link)
Correction from the NCAA-DOD development in yesterday morning's email: The $22.5 million in funding for the study expansion is split between the NCAA and DOD. The NCAA is providing $12.5 million over two years for the second stage of research, and DOD is providing a two-year grant of nearly $10 million. The CARE Consortium was established in 2014 and funded by a joint NCAA/DOD grant of $30 million.

SBJ-Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum
December 5-6, 2018
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  • “Basketball’s Turning Point” – A one-on-one interview with Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Brey
  • Arizona State University Athletic Director Ray Anderson will give the audience a virtual guided tour through the renovation of Sun Devil Stadium.
  • In his inspirational address, Chris Norton, who suffered a spinal cord injury while playing football at Luther College (Iowa), will share his story – showing that no matter what you go through, there is always hope.
  • “A Call to Action for Intercollegiate Athletics” – a one-on-one interview with Katrice Albert NCAA Executive Vice President, Inclusion and Human Resources

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(NEW!) Associate/Senior Associate Athletics Director - External Operations (University of Southern Mississippi / Hattiesburg, MS): Opportunity to lead a creative and energetic external team to advance the positive reputation and prestige of Southern Miss Athletics. Contact Jeff Mitchell, Deputy AD, at More details HERE.

(NEW!) Director, Athletic Facilities & Maintenance (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami Athletics seeks a Director, Facilities & Maintenance to oversee various aspects of the athletic department facilities to include, but not limited to, building & grounds maintenance, & security. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Coordinator of Athletics Event Management (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Chapel Hill, NC): The Department of Athletics at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is recruiting for a Coordinator of Athletics Event Management. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director - Career & Student-Athlete Development (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible for programming of the J.T. & Margaret Talkington Leadership Academy student-athlete development initiatives to support student-athletes’ career growth and experiencing continued success. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Assistant Director - Athletics Communications (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Assist in planning and development of business functions for the athletic organization. Ensuring a favorable public and stakeholder perception, while fulfilling the organization's strategic mission. More details HERE.

(NEW!) ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT (Kansas State University / Manhattan, KS): Manage large portfolio of major gift and annual fund prospects with expectation to make 200 personal annual visits. Frequent travel required within state of Kansas and bordering states. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Athletics Video Producer (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami is seeking a dynamic, energetic and creative visual storyteller to help produce video content for one of the most iconic brands in collegiate athletics, with a special emphasis on UM’s Football. More details HERE.

(NEW!) Account Executive (University of Miami / Miami, FL): University of Miami Athletics seeks an Account Executive for assisting in the solicitation of new season and group ticket sales for all athletic revenue-producing events. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance (University of Maine / Orono, ME): Serve as a resource for student-athletes, coaches, and staff. Maintain compliance for the University's membership with the NCAA and respective team conferences. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Enforcement (Agent Certification) (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the NCAA's agent certification program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Enforcement (Agent Development/Certification) (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for developing specific expertise in the agent/player representation community related to men's basketball. More details HERE.

Manager - Marketing, College Sports Segment (Ticketmaster / Multiple Locations): The role’s core responsibility is to help clients turn Ticketmaster’s marketing-focused products, services and assets into solutions that drive incremental ticket sales and the client’s overall business. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development for Athletics (La Salle University / Philadelphia, PA): The Assistant Director is responsible for building a pipeline of Athletic donors, as well as assisting with athletic annual fund appeals and operational fundraising. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Marketing (University of Virginia / Charlottesville, VA): UVA Athletics is seeking an Assistant Director of Marketing to provide support for the department's athletic programs as part of the Strategic Marketing and Fan Engagement unit. More details HERE.

Assistant Director/Chippewa Athletic Fund (Central Michigan University / Mount Pleasant, MI): Contribute to the fiscal year annual fundraising goals of the Chippewa Athletic Fund (CAF) and to build and maintain quality relationships with donors, alumni, head coaches and community members. More details HERE.

Facilities and Operations Specialist (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Serve as liaison for all functions pertaining to facilities, manage its daily functions & respond to/address specific departmental facility needs, Schedule practices/games. Game day management. More details HERE.

Coordinator - Athletics Social Media (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Associate Athletic Director Athletic Communications with all aspects of the University’s Athletic Communications program which supports 17 NCAA Division I sports. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (Murray State University / Murray, KY): Application Deadline: First review of applications will begin November 30, 2018, but the position will remain open until filled. More details HERE.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Assistant/Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Student Services (Fairfield University / Fairfield, CT): Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day administration and operation of a comprehensive compliance and rules education program for 20 varsity sports and 450 student athletes. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach 1 - Strength & Conditioning (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength & Conditioning and the Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach with general oversight of the Strength and Conditioning Program. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director Marketing and Promotions (Florida Atlantic University / Boca Raton, FL): Reports to Senior Associate AD for External Relations. The position will develop & execute annual marketing plans, create & implement marketing strategies, develop event scripts. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Director, Job #443336 (Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): Manages ticket operations for selected events including programming, invoicing, allocation, distribution, season database maintenance and assisting customers with inquiries and ticket purchases. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Manager - Sales (Brown University / Providence, RI): This position will provide support to the Assistant Director of Athletics – Marketing & Ticketing, specifically in the area of Ticket Sales. Ticket Supervisor for select paid athletic events. More details HERE.

Assistant Coordinator (Athletics) (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Provides customer service to Bulldog Club members & season ticket holders on a daily basis; makes in person contact with potential donors for the purpose of giving financial support to MS State Ath. More details HERE.

Learning Specialist/Academic Advisor (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): WSUAthletics is accepting applications for the position of Learning Specialist/Academic Advisor. Applications are accepted through October 21, 2018. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director (Kansas Athletics, Inc. / Lawrence, KS): The Assistant Athletics Director assists with fundraising efforts, serves as Sports Administrator for Track & Field and Cross Country, and chairs a diversity recruitment committee. More details HERE.

Director of Photography (University of Minnesota / Minneapolis, MN): Direct all facets of photography for 25-sport Intercollegiate Athletics Department. Serve as the primary photographer for the athletics department including all studio, specialty, event and live games. More details HERE.

Assistant Coach, Strength & Conditioning (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): Under the direction of the Head Coach, Strength & Conditioning, the Assistant Coach, Strength & Conditioning, will develop and manage effective individual and group strength/conditioning programs for. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club, Special Events and Hospitality (Elon University / Elon, NC): The Assistant Director of the Phoenix Club, Special Events and Hospitality is responsible for building relationships with alumni and friends of Elon University. More details HERE.

Website/Digital Specialist (Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): The Website/Digital Specialist is responsible for the daily maintenance and updating of, the official website for the Department of Athletics. Job #443337 More details HERE.

Deputy Director of Athletics (Virginia Commonwealth University / Richmond, VA): Oversight and leadership of maximizing all revenues and awareness of the formal strategic objectives of the athletic department and provides leadership of the daily operations of the department. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Promotions (UGA Athletic Association / Athens, GA): Directly responsible for development and coordination of promotional plans, emphasizing awareness, attendance and event atmosphere for softball and men’s basketball. More details HERE.

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach (Old Dominion University / Norfolk, VA): The Head Women's Volleyball Coach position is primarily responsible for the management of the women’s volleyball program and instruction and counseling of student-athletes in the program. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Communications (Florida Gulf Coast University / Fort Meyers, FL): The Assistant Athletics Director, Communications oversees all media relations and social media platforms for FGCU’s NCAA Division I programs. Please visit More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Development (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): This position will serve as a field fundraiser for the Buck/Cardinal Club and manage the priority seating program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development/Annual Fund (Ole Miss Athletics Foundation / Oxford, MS): This position is a member of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation staff charged with the identification, solicitation and raising of annual fund gifts to support Ole Miss Athletics. More details HERE.
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