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July 20th – July 26th 2014
 
 
(NAIA) Simpson University
 

  • July 23rd, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Simpson University AD Search.

 
(D2) University of Bridgeport
 

  • July 23rd, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the University of Bridgeport AD Search.

 
(D1) Long Island University, Brooklyn
 

  • July 22nd, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the LIU Brooklyn AD Search.

 
(D1) Sacramento State
 

  • July 22nd, 2014— A member of the Sacramento State Athletics family since 1996 and a Hornet administrator since 2000, Bill Macriss was named the Interim Athletics Director on July 1st. Macriss previously served as the Deputy Athletics Director since August of 2007. Prior to that, Macriss served as the Championship Director for the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Division I Men’s & Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships and as the Media Operations Director for the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Track & Field. He was also instrumental in helping the University serve as the host site for the UFL’s Sacramento Mountain Lions in 2010 and 2011.

 
(NAIA) Indiana University East
 

  • July 22nd, 2014— Joe Griffin has been named the Director of Athletics at Indiana University East, the school announced today. Griffin comes to IU East from Simpson University, where he served as Athletic Director for the past seven years. Griffin oversaw the addition of six intercollegiate sports teams (four of them NAIA programs) at Simpson in a five-year span. The school increased its number of student-athletes by 100 during Griffin’s tenure, a 71 percent increase. Griffin was athletic director at Dallas Christian College and Atlanta Christian College (now Point University) prior to his time at Simpson. Griffin will begin his duties at IU East on Aug. 18th.

 
(D1) Marquette University
 

  • July 21st, 2014— President Michael R. Lovell has appointed a search committee to recruit a new vice president and director of athletics. As President Lovell shared in his letter to the campus community on July 1, the committee will be chaired by Dr. William Henk, dean of the College of Education. Henk has served as dean and professor of literacy at Marquette since 2004. Bill Cords has been the interim AD since December, when Larry Williams stepped down after two years on the job.

 
(NAIA) Presentation College
 

  • July 21st, 2014— Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Presentation College AD Search.

 
(D2) Drury University
 

  • July 21st, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Drury University AD Search.

 
(NAIA) Carroll College
 

  • July 21st, 2014— Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Carroll College AD Search.

 
(JC) Southwestern Illinois College
 

  • July 21st, 2014— SWIC announces Mike Juenger as the new athletics director. Juenger takes over for Jay Harrington, who retired last month after more than 30 years. Harrington also retired as the men’s basketball coach. Juenger had been the interim AD for the past several weeks. Juenger will remain as the women’s basketball coach. Under his guidance, the Blue Storm has developed into a strong program. In 17 seasons, Juenger has a record of 335-182 and led the Blue Storm to the NJCAA Division I National Tournament five times, including each of the last three years. Juenger is a five-time NJCAA Region 24 Coach of the Year.

 
(NAIA) St. Gregory’s University
 

  • July 20th, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the St. Gregory’s University AD Search.

 
 
July 13th – July 19th 2014
 
(D2) Gannon University
 

  • July 19th, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Gannon University AD Search.

 
(D1) Long Island University Brooklyn
 

  • July 19th, 2014— The Athletics Director position is now available. Apply here. The position will be open until it is filled.

 
(D1) California State University, Bakersfield
 

  • July 19th, 2014— The Athletics Director position is now available. Apply here by August 7th for priority consideration.

 
(D2) Paine College
 

  • July 18th, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Paine College AD Search.

 
(D3) UC Santa Cruz
 

  • July 18th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that Cliff Dochterman will be the new Athletics Director at UC Santa Cruz. Dochterman most recently served as Senior Vice President of the Paramount Group for the past five years. From 2011-2013, midway through his position at the Paramount Group, he was the Director of Corporate Relations and Athletics Development at Cal State San Bernardino. He will replace interim AD Kim Musch, who took over after Linda Spradley resigned after 8 years on the job. We are working on full confirmation.

 
(D1) UC Santa Barbara
 

  • July 18th, 2014— The Athletics Director position is now open. Apply here (Job #20140302) by August 15th for primary consideration.

 
(D2) University of Bridgeport
 

  • July 17th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that Anthony Vitti will likely be the new interim AD at the University of Bridgeport. Vitti is currently the Associate Athletic Director of Compliance and Business at the university, having held the position since March of 2013. Prior to that, he served as the Assistant Athletic Director for and Operations since August 2011. He would be replacing Jay Moran, who announced his resignation this morning after 10 years on the job.

 
(JC) Patrick Henry Community College
 

  • July 17th, 2014— PHCC names Brian Henderson, current assistant athletic director, the new athletics director. Henderson has served PHCC as activities coordinator, adjunct instructor, and head women’s basketball coach during his two-years at the college. He takes over the position Kathleen Brown held, who resigned earlier in the month. Prior to his tenure at PHCC, Henderson served as head boys basketball coach at George Washington High School in Danville, assistant men’s basketball coach at Virginia State University for four seasons and as assistant boys basketball coach of Petersburg.

 
(JC) Anne Arundel Community College
 

  • July 17th, 2014— AACC names Duane P. Herr its new Athletics Director. A former scholar-athlete on both AACC’s and Towson’s baseball teams, Herr has served as interim coordinator of Athletics since last August. Herr began his career at AACC as an intern in the Athletics office during his final semester of college. He was hired as a temporary employee after graduating cum laude from Towson University in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in sports management and a minor in business management. He was promoted to athletic assistant in November 2010, a position he held until becoming interim coordinator last August.

 
(D2) Southern Connecticut State University
 

  • July 17th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that University of Bridgeport athletic director Jay Moran is the front runner for The Athletic Director position at SCSU. Moran, who is also the mayor of Manchester, has been at Bridgeport for 10 years. He was previously AD at Albertus Magnus. The Southern job has been open since Patricia Nicol left after 14 years to accept the AD position at Emerson in March.

 
 
(NAIA) Simpson University
 

  • July 17th, 2014— Simpson University Athletic Director Joe Griffin announced this week that he will be moving to Indiana to serve as director of athletics at a college there. Griffin joined Simpson University’s athletic staff in August 2007. During his tenure, Simpson added six sports teams and saw its number of student-athletes increase from 109 to 241. Griffin’s last day will be Aug. 5.

 
(D3) Hollins University
 

  • July 17th, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Hollins University AD Search.

 
(D1) California State University, Bakersfield
 

  • July 17th, 2014— Check out our new Tredwell Report on the CSU Bakersfield AD Search.



 
(JC) Southwestern Illinois College
 

  • July 16th, 2014— The Southwestern Illinois College Board of Trustees will vote tonight on a proposal to hire a new athletic director. The person hired will permanently replace longtime AD Jay Harrington who retired earlier this year. At the board’s meeting last month it tabbed women’s basketball coach Mike Juenger to fill in as interim AD. Harrington also served as SWIC’s men’s basketball coach. School leaders said in June they wanted to have a permanent AD in place before a new men’s basketball coach is selected to allow the new AD to be involved in the hiring process. -Belleville News-Democrat -

 
(D1) Long Island University, Brooklyn
 

  • July 16th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that LIU Brooklyn will be selecting its interim AD by the end of this month. The selected individual will replace John Suarez, who is stepping down after 17 years in the position. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 
(D1) Long Island University, Brooklyn
 

  • July 16th, 2014— Sources say that John Suarez will be stepping down as LIU Brooklyn Athletics Director. Suarez recently completed his 17th year as director of athletics at LIU Brooklyn, where he has overseen unprecedented growth of the school’s athletic department. During his tenure, Suarez has witnessed a dramatic rise in the Blackbirds’ on-field success with 46 Northeast Conference championships and 36 NEC Coach of the Year awards. Suarez arrived at LIU following a three-year stint as athletics director at Mercer County College in Trenton, N.J., which won two national championships and produced 11 regional titles in that span.

 
(D2) Gannon University
 

  • July 16th, 2014— Multiple sources report that Dan Teliski will fill in as interim athletics director, effective immediately. Dan Teliski, having completed his 14th year as the director of athletics media relations in 2012-13, was promoted to assistant director of athletics for media relations in July of 2013. He replaces Mark Richard, who resigned last month for a smiler post at the University of Montevallo. A national search for a permanent AD is ongoing.

 
(D2) Daemen College
 

  • July 15th, 2014— President Dr. Gary A. Olson has appointed Bridget Niland as Athletics Director. Niland, a Daemen faculty member since 2006, replaces William Morris who has left to pursue other opportunities. Since joining the Daemen faculty, Niland has served as an Associate Professor of Business Administration while additionally overseeing the Sport Management specialization and business law curriculum. Since 2011, Niland has served as Daemen’s Faculty Athletic Representative, while also playing an integral role in Daemen’s transition to NCAA membership.

 
(D2) Drury University
 

  • July 15th, 2014— Pat Atwell has resigned from his Athletic Director position to pursue other interests, the university announced today. Atwell has been AD since 2007, after serving in the same capacity at Quincy University. In Atwell’s time at Drury, the Panther squads captured 13 NCAA-II national championships and won a GLVC All-Sports Trophy in 2009-10 while finishing in the Top 30 of the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup all-sports competition in each of his seven years. Manuel announced that Scott Puryear, recently promoted to Associate AD For Marketing and Communications, will serve as the interim AD while Drury begins an immediate and nationwide search to fill the position.

 
(NAIA) St. Gregory’s University
 

  • July 14th, 2014— Jeff Potter has resigned as athletic director at St. Gregory’s University, an SGU official confirmed to The Oklahoman today. Jeff Potter has resigned as athletic director at St. Gregory’s University, an SGU official confirmed to The Oklahoman on Monday. Potter faced scrutiny in June after terminating Matt Aguero, SGU’s former track and cross country coach, seemingly because he ran the Boston Marathon. -Cody Stavenhagen-

 
(D2) Paine College
 

  • July 14th, 2014— President Dr. George C. Bradley has announced that Athletics Director Tim Duncan will soon depart Paine College to serve as the new AD for Clayton State University. Selina Kohn will serve as the interim athletics director effective July 14, marking the second time in her 15-year career with Paine College that she has held this position. Kohn most recently served as the associate athletics director and senior woman administrator, focusing on the department’s internal operations and progression. The former basketball and volleyball coach has also been instrumental in the increased academic success of Paine student-athletes and the department’s operational growth since taking the role in 2007.

 
(D1) Eastern Illinois University
 

  • July 14th, 2014—The news is now official: Tom Michael will be the the new Athletics Director. Michael will be formally introduced as the 10th full-time AD in school history at a press conference on Tuesday, July 22 at 1 p.m. in the Ike Kennard Club Room in Lantz Arena.

 
(D1) Eastern Illinois University
 

  • July 13th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Jim Sarra withdrew his application from the Eastern Illinois AD search Friday morning. We are told that Tom Michael was offered the job, with terms of $140,000 per year plus a car stipend. Michael comes from the University of Illinois, where he was promoted to senior associate athletics director at in 2012 after serving as associate athletic director since July 2008. Prior to his promotion, Michael spent six years as assistant athletic director for academic services there. Prior to joining the U of I staff, Michael worked in his family’s business. We are working on full confirmation.

 
(D2) Gannon University
 

  • July 13th, 2014—The Athletics Director position is now open. Apply here.

 
 
July 6th – July 12th 2014
 
(NAIA) Brewton-Parker College
 

  • July 10th, 2014— Coach Greg “Boo” Mullins will step up to the plate and take on the role of Athletic Director for Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga. Mullins has served as Head Coach for the Barons Baseball team over the past six years, leading his players toward many victories. Brewton-Parker’s baseball team has been the recipient to numerous awards, including NAIA’s College Coach of the Year given to Mullins in 2010. His influence did not stop there, for just this year, Mullins was named the “2014 SSAC Coach of the Year.”

 
(D2) Clayton State University
 

  • July 10th, 2014— Clayton State has selected Tim Duncan to become the new Athletics Director. University President Dr. Thomas Hynes announced on Monday that Duncan, the current Athletics Director at Paine College, will oversee the institution’s 12-sport NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics program. While at Paine, Duncan was able to improve the academic profile of its student-athletes who earned a 3.0 grade point average or higher by nearly 40 percent. In addition to the improvement of the academic standards, he also revived the football program following a 50-year absence. The 2012 athletics program finished third in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup standings, the highest finish for Paine since 2004.

 
(NAIA) Carroll College
 

  • July 10th, 2014—The AD position is now open. Apply here.

 
(D3) NEWBURY COLLEGE
 

  • July 9th, 2014—Newbury College announced on Monday announced Jonathan Harper as the new Athletics Director, effective Monday July 21st, 2014. Harper replaces Jessica Gould, who accepted a similar position at Hudson High School. Harper spent the past year as the Assistant Commissioner for Strategic Communications at the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) where he also taught sports management and communication courses at Post University. Leading up to his appointment at the CACC, Harper served as the Commissioner of the Little East Conference.

 
(D2) MERCY COLLEGE
 

  • July 9th, 2014—Florida Tech Associate Vice President for Athletic Fundraising Matt Kilcullen has stepped down to accept the Athletics Director position at Mercy College. He will begin his new role on July 28. Kilcullen joined the FIT Athletics program in Aug. 2011. He has overseen the university’s Sporting Affair and Chopper Dropper fundraisers for athletic scholarships, the Football Founders Club and the athletic department’s partnerships. Between the 2014 Sporting Affair and the Founders Club, he has raised over $1 million. Prior to arriving at FIT, Kilcullen was the Assistant Athletic Director at the University of North Florida, where he was heavily involved in significant fundraising campaigns.

 
(D3) Hollins University
 

  • July 9th, 2014—Late last week, VP for Academic Affairs Dr. Trish Hammer announced that Athletics Director David Zinn had stepped down from his position. Zinn had been in the leadership role for the past three years as well as serving as the Chair of the Physical Education Department. Current Golf coach and instructor in the Physical Education Department Bill Mannino will be assuming the role of Acting Athletic Director and Chair of the Physical Education Department. Mannino will assume the leadership positions immediately.

 
(D1) Cal State Bakersfield
 

  • July 8th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Ziggy Siegfried has been named Interim Athletic Director at Cal State Bakersfield. Siegfried replaces Jeffrey Konya, who left for the AD position at Oakland University. Siegfried has been the Senior Associate AD at the university since March of 2012. Prior to this, he was the Senior Director of Development for the Business/Economics College at the University of Memphis.

 
(NAIA) Wayland Baptist University
 

  • July 8th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Wayland Baptist AD Search.

 
(D1) Oakland University
 

  • July 7th, 2014—Jeff Konya will be the new athletic director at Oakland University. Konya is currently the Athletics Director at CSUB. Konya replaces Interim AD Betty Youngblood, who filled in for Tracy Huth over five months ago. Huth had spent nearly 35 years at the university and officially retired on January 31st. Prior to coming to SMU, he worked at Memphis, UTSA, Bucknell, Iowa and the University of South Dakota. He also is a published author.

 
(D1) Grambling State University
 

  • July 7th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Grambling State AD Search.

 
(JC) Glendale Community College
 

  • July 7th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Glendale CC AD Search.

 
 
June 29th – July 5th 2014
 
(NAIA) Wayland Baptist University
 

  • July 2nd, 2014— As the search to find a permanent athletic director continues, Wayland Baptist head football coach Butch Henderson has been named the school’s interim AD, according to WBU Vice President of Enrollment Management Dr. Claude Lusk. Lusk said a permanent director of athletics will be in place at least before the start of the fall semester. Until then, Henderson will serve as AD in an interim capacity while continuing his duties as head football coach. Henderson steps in for Dr. Greg Feris, who after 24 years retired as Wayland’s director of athletics, effective June 30.

 
(JC) South Georgia Technical College
 

  • July 2nd, 2014— SGTC Lady Jets head basketball coach James Frey has been named Athletic Director, announced South Georgia Technical College President Sparky Reeves. Frey was named head coach of the Lady Jets basketball team in July of 2011. During his two seasons at the helm of the Lady Jets, Frey has compiled a 50 – 16 overall record. Frey replaces former AD Steven Wright, who resigned in May to take a new associate pastor position with Central Baptist Church in Americus.

 
(D3) Lynchburg College
 

  • July 2nd, 2014—Lynchburg College announced today the appointment of Jon Waters, former senior associate athletic director at Christopher Newport University, as its new athletic director. He will officially start his new position in early August. Waters has served as the senior associate AD at CNU since 2010, and took over as interim athletic director in the summer of 2012 for one year. Waters replaces Dr. Jack Toms, who retired on June 30 after 26 years of serving as the director of athletics and helping the Hornets capture over 100 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) championships.

 
(JC) Glendale Community College
 

  • July 2nd, 2014—The AD position is now open. Apply here by July 20th.

 
(D1) Alcorn State University
 

  • July 2nd, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Alcorn State AD Search.

 
(D1) Grambling State University
 

  • July 1st, 2014— According to KTVE 10 Sports, Aaron James has been relieved of his duties as Athletic Director at Grambling State University. James was named Interim AD in June of 2011, and was named the permanent AD in August 2013. No announcement have been made yet regarding a search for James’ replacement. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 
(D3) University of Texas at Dallas
 

  • July 1st, 2014—Bill Petitt has been named the new Athletics Director, announced today by VP of Student Affairs Dr. Darrelene Rachavong. Petitt has served as the university’s interim AD since February upon the retirement of longtime director Chris Gage. Petitt joined the UTD athletic staff in January 2008 as the university’s Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs. During Petitt’s tenure at UTD, corporate sponsorships have tripled and the university has seen more than $3 million in athletic facility improvements over the past five years. Prior to his arrival at UTD, Petitt served as Assistant AD for Media Relations and Marketing at the University of Texas at Arlington from 2003-07, where he served as director of corporate sponsorships for the athletic department.

 
(D3) Marian University
 

  • July 1st, 2014—Jason Bartelt has been named today the new Athletics Director. Bartelt has served Marian for more than 13 years, and has served as interim AD, assistant AD for athletic facilities and as head baseball coach. At Marian, Bartelt has overseen the construction of various facilities. Bartelt has coached more than 70 All-Conference players, three All-Region honorees and one Academic All-American student-athlete. Prior to coming to Marian, Bartelt served as the assistant baseball coach and in sports information at Lakeland College. Bartelt replaces Jason Murphy, who announced his resignation February 19th to take over the women’s soccer program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

 
(D3) Defiance College
 

  • July 1st, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Defiance College has just completed phone interviews for their AD opening. Three to four on-campus interviews will be scheduled for next week. A final candidate can be expected to emerge within the following weeks. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 
(JC) McHenry County College
 

  • July 1st, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the McHenry County College AD Search.

 
(D1) University of California
 

 
(NAIA) Goshen College
 

  • June 30th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Goshen College will fill their AD position with in-house co-AD’s for this year. The AD search will reopen next year.

 
(D1) Eastern Illinois University
 

  • June 30th, 2014—The EIU AD Search Advisory Committee received more than 45 applications for the AD position, according to committee chair Bob Martin. Telephone interviews were conducted with semi-finalists, and three were chosen to participate in on-campus interviews: Rick Hartzell, Tom Michael, and Jim Sarra. The interviews will take place July 7-9 with final schedules for public interviews to be released soon. Hartzell was the former AD at the Northern Iowa from 1999 – 2008. Since 2008, Hartzell has worked in private industry while serving as an NCAA Basketball Official. Michael has been the Senior Associate AD at Illinois since 2012. Sarra has been the Deputy AD at the University of Texas San Antonio since 2009. He has ten years of experience in administration at UTSA as Assistant AD of Compliance in 2005.

 
(NAIA) Carroll College
 

  • June 30th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Carroll College AD Search.

 
(JC) Jefferson College
 

  • June 30th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Jefferson College AD Search.

 
 
June 22nd- June 28th 2014
 
(D1) Eastern Illinois University
 

  • June 28th, 2014—Former University of Northern Iowa Athletic Director Rick Hartzell has been reported to be one of three finalists chosen to interview soon for the Eastern Illinois athletics director job. Search committee chairman Bob Martin did not confirm any names yesterday morning saying finalists still had to confirm they would interview but expressed optimism in the process. Interviews are tentatively planned fur July 7, 8 and 9 on campus after a committee narrowed the field from seven to three by phone interviews. -Brian Nielsen-

 
(D2) Columbus State University
 

  • June 27th, 2014— CSU President Dr. Tim Mescon announced this afternoon the hiring of Todd Reeser as its new athletics director. Reeser currently serves as the executive senior associate AD for development and sports services at Georgia St. He replaces Jay Sparks, who left in April after 25 years at CSU — the past six as AD — to become the head women’s basketball coach at Francis Marion University. “Over the course of the selection process, Todd Reeser emerged as the perfect candidate to take Columbus State athletics to the next level,” said Mescon. “His 25 years of extensive leadership and management experience will greatly benefit Cougar intercollegiate athletics.” Reeser is slated to start on August 1st.

 
(D1) University of California
 

  • June 27th, 2014— H. Michael Williams, a former Cal wrestler with extensive financial and leadership experience, has been named the school’s interim AD while the university conducts a search to replace Sandy Barbour, a campus source said. Williams is a trustee with the U.C. Berkeley Foundation and serves on several university panels. Williams’ appointment will be formally announced at a news conference today at Memorial Stadium. The source said Williams will not be a candidate for the permanent position. -Jeff Faraudo-

 
(D1) Alcorn State University
 

  • June 27th, 2014—Senior Women’s Administrator, LlJuna Weir has been named the Interim Athletic Director by President, Dr. Alfred Rankins, Jr. effective on July 1st. Weir has been a part of the Alcorn State family for 16 years ago and has helped change the athletics department in various ways. She is a member of several associations including the National Association of Broadcasters and NACWAA. She replaces Dwayne White, who served as interim since 2012 when AD Patric Simon resigned after two months on the job. The University is accepting applications for a permanent AD online until the position is filled. Apply here.

 
(JC) Jefferson College
 

  • June 27th, 2014—The AD position is now open. Apply here.

 
(D1) University of California
 

  • June 26th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Cal Athletic Director Sandy Barbour will be stepping down from her position. She has been Athletic Director at the university since 2004. Under her direction, the athletic department has become one of the consistently elite programs in the country, all while maintaining its commitment to a mission that seeks to match its level of excellence with that attained by the entire institution. During Barbour’s nine years overseeing Cal’s 30-sport program that supports nearly 850 student-athletes, Golden Bears have captured 18 team national titles and another 88 individual crowns. Multiple other sources report her resignation as well. We cannot officially confirm at this point.

(D2) Columbus State University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that the AD search is in its final hours. The previous athletics director, Jay Sparks, announced his departure April 4th for the head women’s basketball coaching position at Francis Marion. Almost three months later, we have been told that candidates were informed of the finalist’s identity, and Columbus State will announce their next athletic director within the next 24 hours.

(D1) Penn State University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—President Eric J. Barron today appointed a screening committee to assist him in identifying the next Athletics Director. The national search is being conducted in conjunction with Collegiate Sports Associates, an executive search and consulting firm based in North Carolina. David Gray, senior vice president for finance and business at Penn State, will serve as chair of the screening committee.

 
(JC) McHenry County College
 

  • June 26th, 2014—After almost 25 years as McHenry County College Director of Athletics, Wally Reynolds has opted to take early retirement. Reynolds got his start in athletic administration in 1980 at Harper College, where he worked in numerous athletic support roles in addition to coaching the baseball team. “The bottom line is I wasn’t going to leave this year, but I was forced into it by the pending legislation to reduce retirement benefits,” Reynolds said.

 
(D1) Hampton University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—Eugene Marshall Jr. has been named Athletics Director. He will take over for Novelle Dickenson, who recently requested to be allowed to return to Academic Affairs, where he has spent 36 years of his life in academics. Prior to his departure, Dickenson assisted with the AD search. Marshall will begin his duties July 1st. Most recently, Marshall was the interim deputy athletics director at Queens College.

 
(D1) Georgia State University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—Sources confirm the appointing of Bharath Parthasarathy as interim Athletic Director. Parthasarathy is currently the associate general counsel for GSU. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 
(D1) Georgia State University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Georgia State AD Search.

 
(D1) North Dakota State University
 

  • June 26th, 2014—The AD position is now open. Apply here.

 
(JC) Orange Coast College
 

  • June 25th, 2014—Orange Coast College has named soccer and softball coach Kevin Smith as the school’s new Athletic Director, according to the Dean of Kinesiology & Athletics, Dr. Michael Sutliff. Smith, who currently runs both of the men’s and women’s soccer programs as well as the Pirate softball team, will relinquish his duties with the softball program when he takes over as the AD, effective July 1.

 
(NAIA) Presentation College
 

  • June 25th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Presentation College AD Search.

 
(D1) Loyola University Chicago
 

  • June 25th, 2014—The AD position is now open. Apply here.

 
(D3) University of Wisconsin – Fox Valley
 

  • June 24th, 2014—Sources confirm that Lee Rabas will be the new athletic director. Rabas completed his fifth season as head coach of the UW-Fox Men’s Basketball program. His team finished the 2011-2012 season with a 22-3 record, 11-1 in the WCC-East. Before arriving at UW-Fox he spent 12 years coaching at Xavier High School and Lawrence University, both in Appleton. As the head boys basketball coach at Xavier he led the Hawks to a 103-56 record over seven seasons dating from 1997-2004.

 
(D3) Sierra College
 

  • June 24th, 2014—Sierra College names Lucas Moosmas the new Athletics Director. Moosman is currently serving as the Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Support Services at San Diego State University. His responsibilities there are oversight of all athletics student service areas for nearly 550 student-athletes. He begun his career in athletics as a football student-athlete at both the community college (Los Medanos) and Division III levels.

 
(D1) Penn State University
 

  • June 24th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Penn State AD Search.

 
(NAIA) Rocky Mountain College
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Bruce Parker will be the new AD. Parker was the AD at longtime rival Carroll College for the last 11 years. Parker was constantly at the forefront of NAIA athletics; he spearheaded efforts to add six sports to Carroll’s athletic program over the past six years. He has been honored as the NAIA National Athletic Director of the Year, twice as the NAIA Region I Athletic Director of the Year, and six times as the Frontier AD of the Year. He will be officially introduced tomorrow morning.

(D2) Post University
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—Post University president Dr. Don Mroz announced this afternoon that Michael Mannetti has been named the institution’s Athletic Director after serving the past year in the interim role. Mannetti will also continue to serve as Post’s sprint football head coach.In two years as the sprint football coach, Mannetti has compiled a 9-5 record, including a program-best five-game win streak to close out the 2012 season. Mannetti has coached 40 student-athletes to All-CSFL honors including eight First Team honorees.

(D2) Bowie State University
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—University President Dr. Mickey L. Burnim announced this morning the appointment of Ms. Donna Polk as the interim athletics director following the departure of AD Anton Goff. She will assume that role effective July 12. She has served as associate AD and senior woman administrator since 2011, assisting with the department’s day-to-day business operations.

(NAIA) University of Antelope Valley
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Antelope Valley AD Search.

 
(D1) North Dakota State University
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the NDSU AD Search.

 
(D1) University at Albany
 

  • June 23rd, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the University at Albany AD Search.

 
(D1) The Citadel
 

  • June 22nd, 2014—The Citadel has set up a search committee and will hire a firm to help find the school’s next athletic director, and hopes to have an AD in place by the end of August. Meanwhile, compliance director Rob Acunto will act as interim athletic director, school officials said this week. -Jeff Hartsell-

 
 
June 15th- June 21st 2014
 
(D1) Oakland University
 

  • June 20th, 2014—Last week sources told College AD that the search committee has completed its evaluations and three candidates had been forwarded to the Interim President Dr. Betty J. Youngblood for her consideration. Sources now tell College AD the identity for the final three candidates and their final interview schedule! Yesterday Jeff Konya, Athletic Director, Cal State Bakersfield interviewed. Today, Mark Shook, Associate AD / Special Assistant To The Athletics Director at Bowling Green State University will interview, and Steve Watson, Athletic Director at St. Bonaventure University will interview Tuesday.

 
(NAIA) Central Methodist University
 

  • June 20th, 2014— Brian Spielbauer has been selected as the director for the intercollegiate athletics program at Central Methodist, vice president for institutional growth and student engagement Ken Oliver announced this morning. Spielbauer has worked in athletics administration for more than 12 years and is currently the director of athletics at Presentation College (S.D.) where he guided the school through the transition from NCAA Division III to the NAIA.

 
(D3) Millsaps College
 

  • June 19th, 2014—Millsaps College has hired Josh Brooks to serve as the new director of athletics. Brooks is joining the Majors from his position as associate athletic director at the University of Georgia, where he has worked since 2008. Brooks is expected to begin his new role on July 7. Tim Wise, who has held joint duties as head coach for men’s basketball and athletic director, will return his focus solely to basketball.

 

(NAIA) Faulkner University
 

  • June 19th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Faulkner University AD Search.

 

(D3) UW La Crosse
 

  • June 18th, 2014—Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Dr. Paula Knudson has appointed Kim Blum as the university’s interim director of athletics effective July 7. Blum replaces Josh Whitman, who accepted the position of director of athletics at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Whitman’s last day on the UW-L campus will be July 3. Blum will serve as interim director of athletics for the 2014-15 academic year. A national search for a full-time athletic director will begin in early 2015.

 
(D1) UC Santa Barbara
 

  • June 18th, 2014—It’s official Mark Massari will step down as athletic director to become Deputy Athletic Director at Oregon state. His Letter to the Gaucho nation can be seen here. College AD was the first to break the story last Friday, 117 hours prior to the official announcement.

 
(JC) Roxbury Community College
 

  • June 18th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Erica Rivers is the new Athletics Director at Roxbury Community College. Rivers was previously the assistant ad. She replaces Keith McDermott, who will stay on staff as the director of the Reggie Lewis track and athletic center.

 
(D1) UC Santa Barbara
 

  • June 17th, 2014—Sources continue to tell College AD that athletics director Mark Massari will be stepping down this week for the position of senior associate ad for development at Oregon State. We are told the official announcement is still coming this week.

 

(JC) Clark State Community College
 

  • June 17th, 2014—Clark State Community College welcomes Ken Laake as the new director of athletics and student life. Laake, the former director of athletics for The Miami Valley School, will lead and coordinate all student related activities on Clark State Campuses. He will being his new position on July 1, 2014.

 

(D1) Pennsylvania State University
 

  • June 17th, 2014—Athletic Director David M. Joyner today announced his plans to retire from the University. He has requested that his duties as athletic director end Aug. 1, and has offered to assist with the transition beyond that date. Joyner has been the athletics director since January 2013. University President Eric J. Barron will name a search committee to work with Collegiate Sports Associates, an executive search and consulting firm based in North Carolina, to recruit Penn State’s next athletics director. David Gray, senior vice president for Finance and Business at Penn State, has agreed to chair the search committee.

 

(D1) Chicago State University
 

  • June 17th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Chicago State AD Search.

 

(D1) Georgia State University
 

  • June 17th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Georgia State AD Search.

 
(D1) UC Santa Barbara
 

  • June 16th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the UC Santa Barbara AD Search.

 
(NAIA) Cardinal Stritch University
 

  • June 16th, 2014— Nearly two months into the AD search, a final candidate has yet to emerge. Sources tell College AD that Cardinal Stritch has just made some cuts, so candidate list is getting much narrower. Since the position is expected to start on August 1st, a name is expected to be revealed in the upcoming weeks.
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    (D3) UC Santa Cruz
     

  • June 16th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that the university is conducting interviews this week for the AD position. Interviews will be conducted in a variety of ways. The selection process will most likely be narrowed down to a few candidates next week. The final candidate will be guaranteed the job for a three year minimum, the athletics department reportedly having the potential to be shut down after that time. Stay tuned as we keep you updated.
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    (D1) North Dakota State University
     

  • June 16th, 2014—Sources tell College AD, recently retired Vice President of Student Affairs Prakash Mathew will be the Interim Athletic Director for athletics. Mathew, had announced his intention to retire June 30, 2014. Mathew began working at NDSU in 1976.
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    (D1) University of Albany
     

  • June 16th, 2014—After 14 years with the University at Albany athletic department, Dr. Lee McElroy has announced his retirement as the program’s Director of Athletics, effective June 30. During his time with the Great Danes, McElroy also served as Vice President for Athletic Adminstration and is a member of the University Executive Committee. An expedited national search for a new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics will begin as soon as possible.

(D1) North Dakota State University
 

  • June 16th, 2014— NDSU sources have confirmed to Valley News Live that Athletics Director Gene Taylor is stepping down after 13 years to become the deputy director for the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of Iowa. Under Taylor, NDSU has produced 64 CoSIDA Academic All-America® awards, three NCAA Woman of the Year nominees, and 18 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winners. He also guided NDSU through the transition from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I. Taylor will remain the athletic director at North Dakota State through the month of July.

 
(NAIA) University of Antelope Valley
 

  • June 16th, 2014—The Athletics Director position is now open. The position is open until it is filled. Apply here.

 

(JC) Barstow Community College
 

  • June 15th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Barstow Community College AD Search.

 
 
June 8th- June 14th 2014
 
 
(D2) Gannon University
 

  • June 14th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Gannon University AD Search.

(D3) Washington and Jefferson College
 

  • June 14th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Washington and Jefferson College AD Search.

(D3) Wells College
 

  • June 13th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the Wells College AD Search.

(D1) UC Santa Barbara
 

  • June 13th, 2014— Sources tell College AD that UC Santa Barbara athletic director Mark Massari will be stepping down next week to take a position at Oregon State University. We hear that Massari will be taking the senior associate ad for development position which was vacated by Shawn Heilbron last month when he departed for the ad position at Stony Brook University. We cannot confirm the exact position Massari will fill at this point. Massari has been the athletic director for UC Santa Barbara since August 2008, when Chancellor Henry Yang appointed him. We are told the official announcement from UC Santa Barbara is set for Wednesday, June 18th.

(JC) Northwest Mississippi Community College
 

  • June 13th, 2014— In addition to his men’s basketball duties, Northwest has named Bubba Skelton as its new athletic director. He was named the interim athletic director on April 1. Skelton led the Rangers to a 13-11 overall mark and an 8-4 record in the MACJC North Division last season. The Rangers also advanced to both the state and region tournaments for a second consecutive season.

(NAIA) Faulkner University
 

  • June 13th, 2014— Faulkner head football coach and athletic director Brent Barker resigned Thursday, having accepted the athletic director’s position for the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District just north of Fort Worth in his home state of Texas. “The chance to continue my career with a wonderful school district back home was just too much to pass up”, says Barker. In his new position, Barker will oversee athletics for three high schools, five middle schools, and 17 elementary schools.

(D1) Georgia State University
 

  • June 13th, 2014— Georgia State will use Parker Executive Search to handle the hunt for its next athletic director. The two sides agreed to work together on June 10, according to a copy of the letter of understanding between the two parties obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution through an Open Records Request. Georgia State will pay $70,000 to use Parker. Athletic director Cheryl Levick announced earlier this month that she will transition to a new role as special assistant to President Mark Becker on July 1.

(JC) Southwestern Illinois College
 

  • June 13th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that the AD search is narrowed down to five candidates. The position has been open since May 27th, when Jay Harrington announced he will be retiring. Interviews will be conducted Friday  June 20th, and a final candidate is expected to emerge within the next few weeks. We will update you as we hear more.

(D2) Gannon University
 

  • June 12th, 2014—Gannon University has announced that Mark Richard, athletics director for the past five years, will leave the University next month to become athletics director at the University of Montevallo. University officials said that a decision will be made soon about the appointment of an interim director of athletics, and as the search for Richard’s successor begins. We will keep you updated as we hear more on the search.

(D1) University of Evansville
 

  • June 11th, 2014—Check out our updated Tredwell Report on the University of Evansville AD Search.

(JC) Salt Lake Community College
 

  • June 12th, 2014—Salt Lake Community College has named Kevin M. Dustin as the College’s new director of athletics, overseeing the College’s nationally competitive five-sport program. Dustin will replace Norma Carr, who announced her retirement in early March after 25 years at the helm of the program.

(D1) Oakland University
 

  • June 12th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that the search committee has completed its evaluations and interviews. Three candidates have been forwarded to the Interim President Dr. Betty J. Youngblood for her consideration. We are told the search committee did not rank the final three candidates in any order, leaving Dr. Youngblood to choose the best candidate to lead the Golden Grizzlies. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.

(D3) Washington & Jefferson College
 

  • June 12th, 2014—Director of Athletics Bill Dukett has announced his plans to retire as of June 30. Dukett has been with the W&J since 1982 as a football coach, track & field coach, golf coach, development officer and most recently, director of athletics since 2006. As the associate head coach on the Presidents’ football staff from 1982-1998, Dukett helped lead W&J to a record of 137-37-2, including 14 Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships and two appearances in the Stagg Bowl.

(D2) University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
 

  • June 11th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse AD Search.

(D2) Bowie State University
 

  • June 11th, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Bowie State University AD Search.

(D3) Millsaps College
 

  • June 10th, 2014—Georgia is set to lose one of its top young athletic administrators. Josh Brooks, associate athletic director for internal operations, is expected to be announced as the new athletic director at Millsaps College. Athletic director Greg McGarity has called Brooks a “rising star in athletic administration.” Brooks was a finalist last year for the AD job at Louisiana-Monroe. Georgia promoted Brooks from director of football operations to assistant athletic director and then later to associate athletic director. -Marc Weiszer-

(JC) New Mexico Military Institute
 

  • June 10th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that New Mexico Military Institute is conducting “stage two” interviews. We can confirm interviews were held yesterday and we hear the rest of the interviews will be conducted this week.

(D3) Lynchburg College
 

  • June 9th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Lynchburg concluded phone interviews last week for the position of Athletic Director. We are told that the narrowed list of candidates will be making their way to campus “shortly”.

June 1st- June 7th 2014
 
(D3) Washington University St Louis
 

  • June 4th, 2014—Washington University in St. Louis Provost Holden Thorp announced that Josh Whitman has been named the Director of Athletics. Whitman replaces veteran AD John Schael, who announced his retirement in January following 36 years of leading the Washington U. Department of Athletics. Whitman arrives on the Danforth Campus after spending the last four years as Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

(D1) Boston University
 

  • June 3rd, 2014—Check out our new Tredwell Report on the Boston University AD Search.

(JC) Shoreline Community College
 

  • June 3rd, 2014—Sources tell College AD, Shoreline has removed the interim title for athletic director Steve Eskridge. He will be the permanent athletic director at Shoreline.

 
(D1) Boston University
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—Boston University athletic director Mike Lynch will leave his position as of June 30, according to a message he posted on the school’s athletics website. “I have come to the conclusion that it is time to move on and blaze a new path in my career,” he wrote. Lynch has been athletic director since 2004. During his tenure, Boston University won a national championship in men’s hockey (2009), but also made headlines when two players were charged with sexual assault and a subsequent task force report called for more oversight on the program.

 

(D2) Clayton State University
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—The three finalists for the position of Clayton State University Athletic Director will be making presentations on “The Vision for Clayton State University Athletics” over the course of the first two weeks in June. The exact schedule for the three candidate presentations is as follows…
  • Thursday, June 5 – 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. Gareth O’Sullivan- Interim Director of Athletics/Women’s Head Soccer Coach Clayton State
  • Monday, June 9 – 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Tim Duncan- Director of Athletics, Paine College
  • Tuesday, June 10 – 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Rick Goeb-former athletic director at Bemidji (Minn.) State University

 

(D1) George Mason University
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera announced today that Brad Edwards will become the university’s next athletic director. The former Washington Redskin will become the fifth athletic director in George Mason’s history. Edwards, who has served as athletic director at Jacksonville University since 2012, replaces Tom O’Connor, who announced his retirement in March after 20 years with the Patriots and 40 years in NCAA Division I athletics. He will be introduced during a news conference on June 9 and will officially start work July 1, 2014.

 
(D3) Loras College
 

(NAIA) William Jessup University
 

(D3) Defiance College
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—Defiance College is looking for their next athletic director. Check out our Tredwell Report

(JC) Shoreline Community College
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—Shoreline has named Steve Eskridge interim athletic director

(NAIA) Doane College
 

  • June 2nd, 2014—Doane College is now taking applications for Director of Athletics. Doane College is a member of the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC), as a part of the NAIA supporting 21 sports. Apply here. Check out the latest Tredwell Report as well!

 
May 26th- May 31st 2014
 
(JC) Eastern Wyoming College
 

  • May 31st, 2014—Eastern Wyoming College has announced that David Vondy has been hired as the new director of athletics and fitness center. Vondy will start at EWC on July 1, 2014.Vondy comes to EWC from Western State Colorado University where he served as the Assistant Athletic Director.

(D2) Post University
 

  • May 31st, 2014—Sources tell College AD that final interviews occurred yesterday, and that last of the final interviews will be Monday. We are told a candidate will be selected next week.

(JC) Solano College
 

  • May 31st, 2014—Sources tell College AD, Solano College has indeed selected their candidate for athletic director. An announcement should be forthcoming. The position will officially begin July 1st.

(JC) Anna Maria College
 

  • May 31st, 2014—Anna Maria College hired Laura Habacker, the women’s basketball coach and assistant athletic director at Elms College in Chicopee, as its next athletic director.
    Habacker will start July 1 and she will be the fifth administrator to serve in this position since the college’s athletic programs began in 1977.

(JC) Solano Community College
 

  • May 30th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that the search committee has completed all interviews and will recommend a candidate to the school’s president next week. The new athletic director will begin July 1st.

(JC) College of Lake County
 

  • May 29th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that the finalists for Athletic Director will interview June 10-11. A decision will mostly likely be made by the end of June.

(D2) Columbus State University
 

(D2) Western State Colorado
 

  • May 28th, 2014—Sources tell College AD, Director of Athletics Greg Waggoner has left the program. No official announcement has been made regarding the situation. Waggoner served as athletic director at Western State for 20 years overseeing 11 NCAA II National Championship teams during his time there.

(D3) University of Wisconsin Whitewater
 

  • May 28th, 2014—University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Chancellor Richard J. Telfer today announced the hiring of Amy Edmonds as athletic director. Edmonds had served as interim athletic director over the course of the past year. As interim athletic director, Edmonds replaced Paul Plinske who accepted the athletic director’s position at the University of Nebraska Kearney. Prior to being named interim athletic director, Edmonds had served as associate athletic director of compliance and student services and senior woman administrator and has worked for UW-Whitewater since 2004.

 
(D1) Chicago State University
 

(JC) Southwestern Illinois College
 

(D3) Loras College
 

  • May 27th, 2014—Citing personal reasons and the desire to spend more time with family, Loras College Director of Athletics, Bob Quinn, tendered his resignation effective the end of the academic year. Vice-President for Student Development, Dr. Arthur Sunleaf, announced that Associate Director of Athletics, Denise Udelhofen, will serve as Interim Director of Athletics.

 
(JC) Frederick Community College
 

  • May 27th, 2014—Rodney Bennett was selected and has accepted the Director of Athletics position. Bennett served as interim director of athletics for one year. After initially beginning his tenure at FCC in 2002 as the head baseball coach, Rodney took on the roles of academic advisor and admissions recruiter in 2007. This past season marked Rodney’s 12th season as the head coach of baseball.

(D2) Emannuel College
 

  • May 26th, 2014—Check out the latest Tredwell report on Emmanuel College.
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    May 18th- May 25th 2014
     
     
    (NAIA) University of Pikeville
     

  • May 23rd, 2014—After being named interim athletic director in December, UPIKE President Dr. James L. Hurley announced that Robert Staggs will take over the position in a full-time role heading into the 2014-15 season. Staggs is entering his 19th year as part of the UPIKE athletic department, spending the last three as Associate Athletic Director, as well as serving 12 seasons as head coach of the softball program.

 

(JC) Edison Community College
 

 
(D3) University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
 

  • May 22nd, 2014— Sources tell College AD that Dan Schumacher will be hired as the new athletic director. Schumacher was hired in May 2012 as Chicago State University’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. His most significant accomplishment is Chicago State’s invitation to the Western Athletic Conference for the 2013-14 campaign. Consider this the first official announcement.

 

(D1) United States Air Force Academy
 

  • May 22nd, 2014— Director of Athletics Dr. Hans J. Mueh has announced his retirement, effective at the end of the 2014-15 academic year, which will be his 11th as AD and 43rd overall at the Academy. A retired Air Force brigadier general, Mueh was vice dean of faculty for two years prior to his retirement from active duty in the summer of 2004 and his appointment as athletic director. Mueh was heavily involved in Academy athletics before becoming director of athletics.

 

(JC) Southwestern Illinois College
 

  • May 22nd, 2014— The College’s Board of Trustees on Wednesday accepted the retirement notice of the school’s longtime athletic director and men’s basketball coach, Jay Harrington. Harrington, who has been SWIC’s men’s basketball coach since 1979 and athletic director since 1980, is retiring due to pension reform.

 

(D3) University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire

  • May 21st, 2014—Sources tell College AD that UW– Eau Claire has selected a candidate for its next director of athletics. We’re working on the candidate name. Earlier this month, the search was narrowed down to four finalists: Bemidji State AD Rick Goeb, UW-Milwaukee associate AD Charles Gross, Chicago State AD Dan Schumacher, and UW-Eau Claire assistant AD and assistant softball coach Robin Baker. Whoever is selected will replace outgoing AD Scott Kilgallon, who will leave UW-Eau Claire on June 30 for Webster University.

 

(D2) American International College

  • May 21st, 2014—Sources report that current AIC Associate Athletic Director Matt Johnson will become the next athletic director for the Yellow Jackets. Matthew has worked at AIC for some time now. He was promoted to Associate Athletic Director in July 2011 after being named the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at American International College in June 2005. Johnson is also the head women’s soccer coach at AIC, a position he’s held since December 2005.

 
(D2) Post University

  • May 21st, 2014—Last month sources told College AD that Post’s athletic director search narrowed between six and eight candidates. Sources now tell College AD that the final decision for a qualified candidate may be close, and that Post may have their next athletic director! We cannot confirm this candidate yet. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 

(D3) Washington University in St. Louis

  • May 21st, 2014—Last month, WUSTL began accepting applications for the open AD spot. Sources just told College AD that the AD search has been narrowed down to its finalists. We will keep you updated as we hear more.

 

(JC) Edison Community College

  • May 21st, 2014—The Athletic Director position is now open. Apply here.

 

(NAIA) Graceland University
 

 

(D1) The Citadel

 
(D1) Sacramento State
 

  • May 20th, 2014— New Mexico Highlands and President James Fries announced that Jeff Falkner has been named athletic director for the university. Falkner will join New Mexico Highlands July 1 after spending the last four years as athletic director at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa.

     

    (D2) Catawba College
     

  • May 20th, 2014— In January,President Brien Lewis appointed a seven-member search committee to find a candidate for the athletic director position. This morning, Catawba College appointed a new Athletic Director. Larry W. Leckonby, who has served as the Director of Athletics at The Citadel since July of 2008, will begin work at Catawba on June 23. Leckonby has an extensive background in college athletics. His prior experience includes service in senior athletics administration roles at the University of Maryland, the University of Houston, Boston College, Old Dominion University and Boston University.

     

    (D2) University of Hawaii-Hilo
     

  • May 20th, 2014—The Athletic Director position has been temporarily filled by Tim Moore since January 15th. The last to fill the position permanently was Dexter Irvin, who resigned on November 19th for a new post. The position has been open for six months, which reveals that the university is in no rush to fill it right now. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.

     

    (NAIA) WVU Tech

  • May 19th, 2014—Sources tell College AD that Rudy Yovich, Current Athletic Director at Owens Community College has opted to stay at Owens. We are told the Kenny Howell, Current Interim Athletic Director will be named acting athletic director.

    (NAIA) WVU Tech

  • May 19th, 2014—WVU Tech held open forums for the schools next athletic director. Rudy Yovich, Current Athletic Director at Owens Community College was set to participate May 15th, and Kenny Howell, Current Interim Athletic Director at WVU Tech was set to participate May 16th. Sources tell College AD that the next athletic director could be named as early as this week.

    (D2) Goshen College

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