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(Watch) Kentucky’s Barnhart: The Root Of Leadership Is Love
UC Riverside Executive Assoc. AD/SWA Lucas heads six hours north to take over the Pacific department. Lucas: "The opportunity to lead this program in the pursuit of excellence with integrity and building champions in the classroom, in competition and in the community is truly a privilege. This is a special place and I am excited to begin engaging with the campus and community as we work together to shape the future." Prez Eibeck: "She has very strong leadership skills and a solid background in fiscal management. Her more than 35 years as a collegiate athletics leader, including being the No. 2 person at UC Riverside’s athletics department and stints as interim athletics director, will serve Pacific well." Parker had the search that came down to a finalists pool of two other women & one man. (link)
Arizona State AD Anderson inks an extension that could keep him in Tempe through September of 2022. Base pay has jumped from an initial $642K annually to Anderson's current $800K, third highest for a public school leader in the Pac-12. There's also a $2M worth of deferred compensation ($400K per year) if Anderson is leading the Sun Devils at the end of this pact. $100K in yearly potential bonuses. Up to $1M if he terminates the deal. (link)
New permanent George Washington AD Vogel introduced on Foggy Bottom, "The only way you can have a broad-based program is with resources, and men’s basketball, specifically, is our primary revenue generating sport, so always it will be supported and endorsed. We are in the Atlantic 10 Conference, where men’s and women’s basketball are our premier revenue sports, so we’ll continue to do that. However, one of the greatest strengths that we have is that it’s a broad-based sports program, and I look around, and we have sports like squash and sailing that you don’t see at every institution. Those individuals are competing at the highest level in the country." GW Prez LeBlanc: "I grew to appreciate in Tanya as an interim leader that we had someone who actually values the student-athlete experience the same way I do. She has the same core values I share about the role of athletics at a major university like GW, and she has a quiet but incredibly effective leadership style." (link)
Seven-minute interview with Rutgers AD Hobbs on progress around the Scarlet Knights portfolio, specifically  the RJWBarnabas Health Performance Center build. Video includes some solid renderings of what the digs will look like once complete. Hobbs continues by reviewing other facility projects, as well as competitive success for RU programs this spring. (link); Rutgers also announces it's using Collegiate Sports Solutions (CSS) for a "comprehensive operational review of the Department." The work will specifically look into "programs, policies, procedures, and operations." (link)
New Mexico boss Nuñez meets with the university's Associated Students leadership group, says poor behavior by student-athletes in & around campus will not be tolerated. Nuñez sidesteps a bit around questions on the current budget situation & the potential of cutting sports. Nuñez:  "All I have done is ask for an opportunity to be successful here. If we can resolve (fiscal year 2018), there are several or more opportunities for (fiscal year 2020). The biggest concern for this budget for me is if this doesn’t get approved next week it hinders the University, and athletics will not be able to move forward." (link)
The Seattle Times' Jude reports Nike wasn't willing to go above 11 years & $88M, the parameters of its deal with Oregon, for its apparel offer to Washington. In total, the new UW-Adidas pact looks to be worth $40M more than what Nike pitched. There are also questions about Three Stripes' involvement in the MBB-FBI developments, but Huskies AD Cohen is comfortable with the ethics language of the new agreement. (linklink); No word yet from Kansas Chancellor Girod on if the Jayhawks will hire a third party to review the pending apparel deal with Adidas. KU Assoc. AD for Public Affairs Marchiony: "I think we have confidence in our process and in the involvement of an independent entity along with our compliance staff to ensure we are following NCAA rules." (link)
Lots of commotion yesterday afternoon on the news that Comcast is dropping the Big Ten Network in states where no B1G institution is present. I haven't seen any full math run yet, but college FB writer Fischer points to a $0.45 per subscriber carriage fee for states impacted & notes it as a "multi-million dollar" hit for the league. Questions surround if the change impacts New York & Washington D.C. (link, link); Notable from the Big Ten Network's Twitter feed, "Comcast XFinity has decided unilaterally to drop BTN in many markets. All of their competitors still carry BTN everywhere. We at BTN share your disappointment. Let Comcast know how you feel." (link)
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Shaller rules over 1,200 emails & internal communications in the defamation case brought by former USC FB AC McNair will remain private after McNair's legal team pushed for them to see public light. Shaller: "Within the documents that were reviewed there was no information about the actual investigation of Plaintiff, the substance of the thought processes of the persons on the [NCAA's Committee on Infractions], tentative rulings, or anything the court founds to be material to the decision against Mr. McNair […] Many of the materials relate to investigations, reports, or emails pertaining to other schools or coaches, but these are clearly not relevant to any issue in this case." (link)
Michigan State responds to allegations of a female student claiming she was raped by three Spartan MBB student-athletes back in 2015, "We have not found any evidence or indication that she was discouraged in any way to make a Title IX complaint or a complaint to the police department. On the contrary, the student said she was then too distraught to discuss her circumstances. The counselor also suggested she visit the Sexual Assault Program unit on campus. […] Jane Doe never revealed the names of her alleged assailants nor, until she filed her lawsuit, did she publicly assert that an assault had occurred. To date, she has yet to exercise her right to make a Title IX complaint or contact the MSUPD or respond to the effort of the Special Victims Unit to learn information about the assault her father brought to the academic advisor’s attention. […] At no point was MSU Athletics Department or the Basketball Program or Head Basketball Coach aware of or notified of the existence of a Jane Doe’s sexual assault allegation." More. (link)
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NACMA held its Veterans Summit in Austin earlier this week. Looks like a number of notable leaders were in attendance from throughout Texas, but also from around the nation. Eastman & Beaudine executive Goll passed along the following, "Fit at an institution (for an individual) means hitting 5/5 of the following: 1) Are the people right?; 2) Will you have the right tools?; 3) Is it good for your family?; 4) Can you leave a legacy?; and, 5) Is the money right?" (link)
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Virginia Tech Prez Sands says a statement by administration in late March on the controversy surrounding Women's LAX student-athletes' use of a racial slurs in a video was "weak and insufficient." Sands: "I should have made an immediate statement as president that, at the very least, explicitly stated my disappointment with what occurred and that such attitudes and expressions have no place in a community that values inclusivity in the way we do at our university. Of course, this most recent incident is not the sole issue – the larger concern is that despite substantial progress and institutional commitment, many students, faculty and staff at Virginia Tech still experience an unwelcoming environment that hinders their ability to focus on the experiences at Virginia Tech that will determine the trajectories of their life and career.  Although this is a national problem, we at Virginia Tech are obliged to hold ourselves to a higher standard, and address the aspects of our environment that we can influence and control." More. (link)
Utah State AD Hartwell on how the tax law changes may impact giving to the Aggies, "It is a challenge. We’ve got to monitor it and see what the net effect is going to be. With the vast majority of our donors, there’s been very little response saying they would [adjust]." Utah Assoc. AD for Business/CFO Smith: "We have not made any drastic changes to our methods of operations [...] we are cautiously preparing for how the new tax law may affect our budgets." BYU Assoc. AD for Communications Tittle notes the Cougars are also keeping an eye on things, believes its donor base is "incredibly loyal." (link)
Statement from N.C. State on the discrimination lawsuit filed by former Director of Academic Support Holmes, "While NC State has not been served with the lawsuit, Jermaine Holmes has made claims in the past which have proven unfounded. Several years ago, he filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charge of discrimination against NC State which was dismissed by the agency. All action taken in regard to Mr. Holmes' employment at NC State was a direct result of his performance. NC State disputes his current claims and is confident that we'll successfully defend this lawsuit in court." (link)
Tailgate Guys continues its run of success, adds Kentucky. Wildcats AD Barnhart: "We are constantly searching for ways to improve the fan experience for the Big Blue Nation and this is a great opportunity for us to do that in our tailgating. Our goal is to create a range of possibilities at a variety of price levels so as many of our fans as possible are able to consider this option. With the track record Tailgate Guys has with some of our peers in the SEC, we are excited to bring this to UK." (link)
The new ESPN+ has officially launched, which brings new media attention to the fact that + doesn't include any standard ESPN programming. Recode's Kafka says new ESPN boss Pitaro won't commit to a number of subs he thinks the Worldwide Leader can sign up. Kafka: "The company doesn’t think ESPN+ will put a real dent in ESPN’s ongoing subscriber losses. But it is a way to create some additional revenue without fear of cannibalizing its existing shrinking-but-still-huge TV business." WRAL's Ovies with a solid review, including, "So ESPN+ is just the beginning for Disney's overall multi-platform approach to media delivery, building out the technology in order to have the smoothest launch possible for their real money maker in 2019." (link, link)
More Personnel: Pittsburgh AD Lyke hires Jackson Lewis P.C. Title IX and NCAA compliance expert Wagner to be Senior Assoc. AD for Sport Administration for the Panthers. Wagner's previous stops include the Pittsburgh Pirates, CBS Broadcasting and Ohio State. (link); Minnesota AD Coyle selects Gophers legend Whalen to fill his WBB HC vacancy. Her contract allows her to continue playing for the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx. (link); Clemson AD Radakovich goes with former Florida WBB HC Butler to fill the Tigers' opening. (link); Former Morehead State/MVSU MBB HC Woods was officially introduced as the new leader at Southern yesterday. (link); Sam Houston State tabs Prairie View A&M WBB HC Justice for the same role. (link); Akron WBB HC Kest calls it a career. (link); Grand Canyon MBB HC Majerle turned down an interview with the Phoenix Suns, noting "I'm not ruling it out in the future. But there are still things I want to do here." (link); Memphis has offered former SMU/Kansas/UCLA/NBA HC Brown a full-time position as a consultant on new MBB HC Hardaway's staff. (link); The four finalists for the vacant presidency at Utah Valley are Southern Utah Provost/EVP Cook, Assoc. Dir. of the BYU Faculty Center Rosenberg, Microsoft's Southeast Asia Regional Dir. for Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Tuminez, and Akron Prez Wilson. All four will be on campus April 19. (link): Howard University faculty members rendered a vote of no confidence in Prez Frederick, COO Dubroy, Provost Wutoh and the executive committee of the Board of Trustees. (link)
Ole Miss AD Bjork believes his Rebels have a model student-athlete mental health support system, says leadership regularly gets calls on their setup. Internal sports psychologist Nicholson: "Typically, people don’t understand that when [student-athletes] say, 'I don’t have an hour in my day,’ they honest-to-God mean it. With athletes, the No. 1 issue is just coping with the pressure and the stress from the demands that are placed on them. [...] Each athletics department must be very explicit in the way that they are providing those resources to their athletes, and yet that’s a huge challenge for Millsaps or Belhaven. There’s not enough of us. It’s a very niche field." (link)
Pac-12 Hotline's Wilner reacts to Cal's hire of new Air Force AD Knowlton, says he had mixed feelings, questioned the lack of big system experience, but points to the key of having sat in an AD chair before. Wilner: "He has an extraordinarily difficult job, in part because chancellor Carol Christ opted to hire an athletic director before making a final decision on sports cuts. Knowlton will navigate that treacherous path alongside Christ. He’ll participate in the process that determines the future model for Cal’s department. He will, quite possibly, become the public the face of a decision that calls for the elimination of four … or eight … or 14 varsity sports." Wilner also points to the need to reduce male student-athlete head count by 100 in order to satisfy Title IX prong one guidelines, plus the fact that Chancellor Christ is in her 70s & "might not be long for the big chair." (link)
Facility Updates: Gonzaga dedicated the Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement on Wednesday. The 51,240-square foot building holds the Hall of Honor, a basketball practice court, weight room, film room, offices, hospitality areas, and student-athlete academic services. Pics included. (link); Miami (FL)'s Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility is still on target for an August official opening. The Canes have raised $33.6M of the initial $34M goal but will continue fundraising efforts beyond that marker. (link); Iowa State got the green light from the Board of Regents yesterday to build a new student-athlete academic and sports nutrition center, expand the Bergstrom Football Complex, improve the north end zone entrance at Jack Trice Stadium and new team areas for a handful of Olympic sports. All told the project is estimated between $65-$80M. (link); UC Santa Barbara will add lighting to baseball's Caesar Uyesaka Stadium to the tune of $1.3M. (link)
Notable external administrators comment on the challenge of putting butts into seats during FB season. Clemson Assoc. AD for Communications Galbraith: "Cleanliness of bathrooms. Expediting the concession lines. Cleaning up concourses. Making sure the stadium looks nice, the elevators work, the sound system’s good. All the things that go into the experience of a fan are important to us. We emphasize each of those throughout all of our sports, but specifically football, to make sure that whatever we can do to make the experience as good as possible we're doing. Because we know we’re competing with your couch." Georgia Tech Assoc. AD for Annual Giving & Engagement Keisler: "We’re changing from a very, very transaction-oriented process to more of a relationship management process. That experience when you come to the stadium has to be fantastic. It’s from start to finish, from the ticket-buying process through leaving the stadium. All of that has to be good. If all those things are working against you, it’s like the death of 1,000 cuts." A bit more. (link)
North Carolina Central WBB student-athletes press forward publicly on claims of mistreatment by HC Stafford-Odom that they say include discontinuing scholarships. Conversely, NCCU Chancellor Akinleye: "I am especially enthusiastic about North Carolina Central University’s newest Eagles—the new student-athletes who have officially signed to become members of the women’s basketball program." (linklink)
Also Noticed: Michigan will pay Arkansas State $1.8M for the Red Wolves' 2020 visit to the Big House. (link); Citadel signs a five-year concessions deal with Sticky Fingers, a BBQ restaurant chain. In FY18, Citadel netted $23,924 in concessions. MBB ticket sales missed the $100K goal by $35K, while baseball tickets are $53K away from their $100K target. (link); More on the Frozen Four TV ratings, which produced a 49% year-over-year increase including a 40% uptick for the title game. The championship garnered 653K viewers, the best mark since 2014. (link); Four Mississippi State students have been accused of breaking into Alabama's Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility and stealing "various items of memorabilia." (link); UT Martin will host Michigan FB for a camp on June 3. (link); The Taxslayer Bowl is now officially the Taxslayer Gator Bowl. (link); Tennessee State joins the list of FB programs to cancel this year's Spring Game. (link); The NBA has broken its all-time attendance record with 22,124,559 fans this season, also the high water mark for average attendance at 17,987, a figure which has gradually increased each of the last four years. (link); Don't look now, but oil prices are at their highest marks since 2014. Will the surge continue? (link)
The Wall Street Journal's Shellenbarger sources experts on how to best manage up in corporate settings, which she says is "an ability that can shape your career more than almost any other—but many employees don’t know how to do it." Notable passages: "If you must bring the boss a problem, offer at least one potential solution. And respect the boss’s time. […] Short of giving your boss a personality test, it’s possible to understand a manager’s style by reading such books as “Please Understand Me,” a classic on personality types, and watching how your boss communicates and makes decisions. […] It pays to figure out what motivates your boss.  Does he or she need to look important? Find ways to help her talk about her successes. Does he want to be in control? Give him lots of information about what you’re doing and offer choices about next steps so he can make the decision." (link)
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(NEW!) 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.

(NEW!) 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.


(NEW!) 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 tsnyder@dhrinternational.com. 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 http://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/85170. 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: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/32665. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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