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ESPN’s Schlabach reports Virginia RB Hollins, through his mom, has recounted some of the events from the tragic shooting over the weekend. Hollins says the shooter shouted at the driver to stop the bus, prompting him and two others to run out of the bus. Upon realizing no one was following him, Hollins told the two students to keep running, but he went back to the bus to help others, according to his mother, Brenda Hollins, who says: “His classmates are grateful for him because they said he saved their lives. He was the first off the bus and told two of his classmates to run, and he went back.” Upon returning, the shooter pointed a handgun at him and shot him in the back when Hollins turned to flee. Lots more. (link); Touching tribute as a slew of former Cavaliers FB ACs will wear UVa gear on the sidelines through their weekend of games. (link)
Metro News’ Kercheval continues to point to Oregon AD Mullens & Virginia Tech AD Babcock as leaders who have connections to West Virginia as the Mountaineers are looking for a new AD. Compensation wise, Kercheval believes former AD Lyons’ pay package was already plenty competitive within the marketplace, wonders if President Gee can go even higher to attract Mullens or Babcock. (link); The D1.dossier for Ball State is now available. Recently-hired Gardner-Webb AD Goodrich on his use of the service: “On the front end of the process, the information provided by D1.dossier saved me at least 12 hours of research time. I was able to use those hours to not only prepare my interview responses, but also to continue to do my current job at a high level. Undoubtedly, it helped me land my first AD opportunity, and furthermore, on the back end of the process, the D1.dossier information has helped me to be very effective the first thirty days in the chair.” Next up for D1.dossiers is Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. (link)
The New York Times’ Witz provides some behind-the-scenes fodder in connection to yesterday’s UC Regents meeting & the UCLA-Big Ten situation: “Behind the scenes, though, there has been maneuvering. [...] …last month, the Pac-12 provided to several regents a glimpse of what its deal, which it has been negotiating for months, might look like if U.C.L.A. decided to remain: a range between $42 million and $47 million per school, with U.C.L.A. getting a little more than the remaining 10 schools in the Pac-12 once Southern California leaves for the Big Ten in 2024, according to two people familiar with the discussions who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss them. [...] Then the Big 12 announced its deal with Fox and ESPN, which will be worth $31.7 million per school. That number was far enough below expectations that the Pac-12 lowered its estimates for the regents by about 10 percent. [...] The Pac-12’s willingness to sweeten the offer for U.C.L.A. also included a willingness to pay the buyout the Los Angeles school would have to fork over to break the Big Ten agreement.” (link)
“The competitive landscape of college athletics is changing. We need your help. The NIL era is here (and) whether the college athletics model will continue to evolve, we believe this will likely be our new normal for at least for the next few years. And while we may not all like what NIL has brought to college athletics, it does present an opportunity for our programs and our student-athletes. To put it directly, we need to embrace NIL in order to remain competitive. To put it even more directly, if we don't start embracing NIL by December, we may very well start losing players to other programs.” That’s Memphis AD Veatch in an email to the Ambassadors - a group of the school’s Tiger Leadership Circle, those who have given $500K+ to the Memphis Athletic Fund over a five-year period. Veatch takes it further: “If each of you as our Ambassadors were to contribute $1,000-2,000 per month for the next two to three years or $12,000-$24,000 per year to NIL opportunities, we can come together to achieve our goals and support our student athletes at a highly competitive level.” (link)
The Kansas Board of Regents approved a request for an amendment to the school’s FY23 capital improvements request and the program statement for the “11th and Mississippi Project,” which includes the football stadium and immediate area around it. The amendment included upping the Phase 1 cost from $220M to $335M. An economic impact study is underway and should be completed by February. Concept renderings are included and show a 600-person conference and event center that would be integrated into the north bowl of the stadium. (link, link)
Cleveland State unveils a new Master Plan that all-told has a $650M proposed price tag. Per the release: “A signature element of the new residential and entertainment neighborhood is a new proposed multi-purpose arena that would replace the university’s venerable Wolstein Arena. The 5,000 to 7,000 seat arena will be home to CSU basketball, concerts and other events. It could also house learning spaces for complementary academic programs like sport and entertainment management. The neighborhood connects Krenzler Field and the university’s softball field on the west side of campus to the new arena and current Student Rec Center in the east. Plans for additional recreation and athletics facilities include a new indoor field house and covered tennis courts.” Sasaki helped develop the plan. (link)
The announced attendance for the Ohio State vs Eastern Illinois MBB game Wednesday night was 8,350. It marked only the ninth time fewer than 10K fans have watched a regular-season game at Value City Arena and set a new low-attendance mark for the Buckeyes, surpassing the one set in the Charleston Southern game a week before (8,409). OSU AD Smith: “It doesn’t concern me at this point. We’ve got a whole new team. This team needs to gel and people need to get to know them, and they will. I think basketball is a sport where fans connect with the players. We’ve got a whole new team, so they need to learn about them. Once they come and see them, I think they’ll come back .I’m not concerned about it at this point in time. I’m probably more of a realist.” (link)
Admins & Coaches…
+ Middle Tennessee Deputy AD/SWA Turnham has been elected to the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country Committee.(link)
+ Clemson AD Neff will search for a new Women’s Tennis leader as HC Striplin Lynch will not return. (link)
+ Texas Tech Men’s Golf HC Sands inks a seven-year deal that will pay around $2.8M through 2029-30, making him one of the highest paid in the country. (link)
+ FIU signs Swimming & Diving HC Horner to an extension that could keep him in Miami through 2026-27. (link)
Southeast Missouri and UT Martin are tied atop the OVC standings with 4-0 records heading into the final week of the FB season. Due to several factors, including unbalanced schedules from membership transition, the two teams have not played head-to-head this season. If both schools either win or lose this weekend, all tiebreaking options will have been exhausted (including beating the exact same opponents), setting the stage for the final differentiator: a coin flip. If a coin flip is necessary, it will take place on Saturday evening after both games are completed. The flip will be witnessed by individuals from both schools, recorded, and also live streamed on Twitter. #tailsneverfails (link)
D1.ticker/Connect’s Eargle sits down with the Big Ten Network’s Ehman to discuss the increasing popularity of volleyball, how the Big Ten is investing in and promoting its programs, how the sport has changed since her time as a student-athlete at Northwestern, enhancements at the grassroots level, how she would like to see the sport grow, and which teams to keep an eye on as the NCAA Tournament nears. Check out the full conversation. (link)
Tennessee football fans are on a mission to “Checker Vandy,” a plan that has been in place for a while, but was fueled yesterday by Vanderbilt’s football account tweeting a throwback memory to the Dores beating the Vols at Vanderbilt Stadium in 2012. Typically, UT fans coordinate outfits to make Neyland Stadium look like an orange and white checkerboard, but it has never been done at an opponent’s stadium. The programs matchup the final Saturday of this month. (link)
The Pro Volleyball Federation announces its launch with eight to 10 initial teams to be established in “volleyball hotbeds throughout the nation in 2024, with additional markets added in subsequent years. Pro Volleyball Federation, which has already identified ownership groups in five markets, will begin announcing those markets and ownership groups in December.” First-year base salaries will be similar to those of current first-year WNBA players, and Pro Volleyball Federation players will be able to earn additional compensation based on achievement and postseason advancement, while also sharing revenues with the league. Former Baltimore Ravens QB Dilfer is among the founding partners, and former Texas A&M Volleyball HC Corbelli and former Florida State Volleyball HC Reynaud will also be intimately involved. (link)
+ Iowa and Iowa State extend the annual Cy-Hawk football series through the 2027 season. (link)
+ Nevada and Troy agree to a home-and-home FB series for 2024 (Troy) and 2031 (Reno). (link); The Wolf Pack also agreed to travel to State College to take on Penn State in 2025. (link)
+ NCAA National Coordinator of Officials Shaw presents the Week 11 college football rules review. (link)
+ No beer at the World Cup. Yes, you read that right. Qatari officials have banned it from being sold at the stadiums. (link)
Yesterday's Evening Standard...
The Athletic’s Mandel reports live from the California Board of Regents meeting, which started with the announcement that the board will vote on UCLA’s Big Ten membership on December 14. During the meeting itself, UCLA Chancellor Block explained the Bruins will spend roughly $10M additional per year by moving to the Big Ten. Block also argues that were it not for the Big Ten cash infusion, UCLA would have to tighten its athletic budget, which "likely" would include cutting sports. Meanwhile, Cal Chancellor Christ noted that she "decries" some of the recent changes in college sports, including pay-for-play, adding: “The consolidation of conferences… is not to the benefit of student athletes, in particular women's and Olympic sports." Regent/former Board Chair Perez after the meeting remarked that “this was a call that was made on the field and now we’re reviewing the call, seeing if there’s some substantive reason why the call should be overturned. … Regardless of whether they (UCLA) stay or go, regardless of whether Cal was impacted by the decision or not, what are our expectations for improvement of student athlete experience everywhere? Those are the questions that are still actively there." (link)
LEAD1 delivered a letter to ADs and other executive leaders across the industry advocating for the implementation of a COO to oversee FBS, as well as a complementary governing board. NCAA SVP for Basketball Gavitt was identified as a model for the FBS COO role. As for the board’s makeup, ESPN’s Dinich reports it would “primarily be comprised of people with significant football knowledge, and appointed by their conferences. There would also be a representative from the American Football Coaches Association, along with four independent directors, including at least two former student-athletes -- a combination of unbiased people and those who have a players' perspective, which the Knight Commission has separately been pushing for.” The board would have authority for all rules except those connected to academics, financial aid and health and safety. No word on an exact timeline for further discussion or how such a move could be impacted by the hiring of a new NCAA President. (link)
SEC Commissioner Sankey says the league is leaning heavily toward moving to a single FB division per CBS Sports Radio’s Ryan, who also notes the league will not adopt a four-team pod system. (link)
+ San Jose State has named North Carolina Central Senior Assoc. AD for External Relations Mayo as Senior Assoc. AD for Advancement. (link)
+ Marshall AD Spears adds HD Media’s Traylor as Assoc. AD for Communications. (link)
+ LEARFIELD has promoted Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks Sports Properties Manager of Business Development White to GM of Warhawks Sports Properties. (link)
+ The Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation has promoted Rose Bowl Stadium Chief Development Officer Brozino to President. (link)
+Ticket Solutions has hired LEARFIELD Amplify West Region Director Nigro as Director of Partnerships. (link)
+ More talent moves at Northern Illinois, Wake Forest, LEARFIELD/Missouri Sports Properties & Cal Poly on The Wire at Collegiate Sports Connect. (link)
Multiple crises in recent years have prompted schools to shore up their mental health resources; however, the AP’s Russo notes that “only half of the 9,808 NCAA athletes who took a survey in late 2021 said they believe mental health is a priority to their athletics department. … Among the athletes surveyed by the NCAA, 53% said they believe their coaches are taking mental health concerns seriously.” Toledo AD Blair: “All of us have a certain amount of responsibility to be able to be a resource to the student athletes.” San Jose State AD Konya notes that “we’re in a better position now” as far as mental health resources and emphasis are concerned. “But it’s not foolproof and events like what happened here and what unfortunately happened at Virginia, those kinds of extreme cases are going to require really particular attention.” (link)
The Texas System Board of Regents approved an increase to the athletics fee at UTRGV. The approval means an $11.25 per credit hour increase, capped at 12 hours, beginning in Fall 2023 will help support spirit, football, marching band and women’s swimming and diving programs. (link)
Virginia Tech AD Babcock covers several topics with The Athletic’s Bitter, including the future of FB HC Pry, about whom Babcock explains: “I guess what I would say to fans is I’ve had coaches in multiple sports shoot out like a rocket, I’ve had them come out mediocre, I’ve had them come out poorly. And the verdict on this decision is a year or years away. And it’s just too early to tell. But absolutely I empathize with three years of mediocrity and then this. I’m sure the patience level is wearing thin. … I like his plan on name, image and likeness. I like what they’ve done with the culture, and I know that’s an overused word, but the people close to the program, it’s evident. So that gives you enough of a foundation to go forward.” Babcock also notes the decision to sign a three-for-two FB series with Liberty is in large part a financial one. Bitter: “The Hokies gross about $3M for a home game, with operation costs of $1-1.2M, meaning a net of $1.8 to $2M per game. … But that’s not accounting for the money it costs to bring a team in — and that price has been skyrocketing.” Babcock said Virginia Tech has had trouble getting a one-off FBS opponent to come to Blacksburg for anything nearing even $1M. Meanwhile, the Liberty contract calls for Virginia Tech to pay the Flames $500K for every trip they make to Blacksburg. More from Babcock. (link)
More Coaches Wire…
+ Contract terms for new Charlotte FB HC Poggi includes $1M annually on five-year deal, plus $2.25M for staff buildout. Buyout terms: “If Charlotte terminates Poggi, it is obligated to pay the number of years times the remaining base salary ($500,000 per year) to Poggi, less any income Poggi earns if he accepts a new position elsewhere. If Poggi terminates his contract with Charlotte, he owes the school payment in the sum of $900,000 in Year 1 and decreasing by $200,000 for each additional year.” More, including bonus opportunities. (link)
+ Eastern Michigan FB HC Creighton picks up $10K for the Eagles’ seventh win of the season, bringing his extra comp this year to $50K, plus a one-year contract extension valued currently at $610K. (link)
U.S. Integrity Founder/CEO Holt says he flags approximately five college football games for gambling improprieties each week, telling CBS’ Dodd: “When we send an alert to every operator and regulator across the country, we're pretty sure there is something happening here that is not good. … [Improprieties] are going on right now. Anyone who says that's not happening is naïve to the marketplace." Holt goes on to explain how “micro portions” of games can influence the outcome. “It's a much easier proposition to go to a player and say, 'Look, I hope your team wins by 50, but I need you to throw two interceptions. I can't have you throw any touchdowns today, so when you get in the red zone, run the football.’” As sports and gambling become increasingly braided, Holt adds: "We don't have a month go by during the [academic year] where there's not at least one real issue around misuse of inside information. People being inappropriately paid, people being inappropriately compensated and disclosing information to betting groups who look to take advantage of it." Lots more. (link)
+ The Action Network's Rovell joins D1.ticker/Connect's Garcia Cichosz for a quick update on the impact of FTX's Chapter 11 filing on sports sponsorship, including stadium naming rights deals and NIL partnerships. Rovell talks about the long-tail impact the bankruptcy has on fintech and what's next for sports marketing. Rovell: "I don't think [the Chapter 11 filing] will change people not doing risky things; I think risky things will still be done because it's just the nature of trying to make money in an environment where there's not much money around, so you jump to [any opportunity], but I think maybe we should front-load [deals] or nothing. I think there's some reality to that, how the intricacy of a deal actually goes because of this." (link)
+ Ray & Counsel P.C. Principal Ray, who serves as the new CEO of FTX and who was tasked with cleaning up the messy situation at Enron over 20 years ago, paints a dire picture of what went on at FTX. “Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure of corporate controls and such a complete absence of trustworthy financial information as occurred here.” More. (link)
Deals, Deals, Deals…
+ Liberty inks a five-year extension to its multimedia rights contract with Van Wagner. Of note: “Van Wagner will continue to oversee and grow the corporate sponsorship program including enhancing the in-venue experience for the program’s sponsors, business partners and a growing and dedicated Flames fan base.” (link)
+ BYU inks a department-wide group licensing deal with The Brandr Group. (link)
+ The New Jersey Devils have selected Smartabase’s performance and analytic platform to serve as the franchise’s athlete management system. (link)
“I’m expecting total chaos,” one SEC staffer tells On3’s Nakos when discussing the impact of the transfer portal opening on December 5. One collective operator on the West Coast adds: “We’ve already gotten hit up quite a bit. I mean, that’s what we’re here for. We’re here to support the kids. And so we will have our ducks in a row and make sure that we can support as much as we can. At the same time, schools are going to screw up the alignment of the collective and their football program. I think that is going to happen, if not already happened. That’s what happens when donors try to play fantasy football. This isn’t fantasy football. And I think that’s where NIL has kind of gotten to with this donor involvement.” Many student-athletes have already announced their intention to transfer, and one SEC collective operator contends that doing so is smart if “you were good enough to warrant it,” adding: “You would almost use it as an exclusive negotiating window with your current team. And when you get to where you want it to be, you would just pull out before the portal opens.” (link)
Indiana FB HC Allen talks about the importance of NIL, asserting that it’s particularly game-changing in recruiting. “Both getting them (the recruits/transfers) to your school and retaining them, which is now a whole new level of things. You know [Ohio State FB HC] Day was very clear in what he said at the Big Ten Media Days before the season started. He needed $13M to keep his team intact. That got a lot of people's attention, but that's the reality for them and where they want to be at. And we got the big three in the Big Ten, which has been Penn State, Michigan and Ohio State historically have been the top-three winningest programs. And [Michigan HC] Harbaugh said we can do better than that, and [Penn State HC] Franklin said we at least gotta be right there because that's what everybody else is doing. And then I'm like, I'd love to have half of that.” Allen adds it’s still important to find guys who are the right fit for the culture, but “I'm telling you, they could love you as much as they want, they could be the most awesome person, they could love your culture, but they'll say, 'Coach, it's nice to meet you. I'm gonna go somewhere else and get my money.' And that's the reality.” (link)
NIL Today, continued…
+ The Mission NIL Collective has officially launched to support Santa Clara student-athletes with Student Athlete NIL (SANIL) assisting with management of the new entity. (link)
+ Duke MBB commit McCain signs with Excel Sports for NIL representation. (link)
+ FanWord has officially launched FanWord Boost, which it describes as the “first and only publicly accessible, nationwide student-athlete directory in the country. FanWord CEO Aumueller: “Athletes need a single place that allows them to aggregate everything in one place, including all of the marketplaces they are on, their social channels, their interests, past deals they’ve done, content about them, and much more. We are convinced that the NIL industry is ripe for some consolidation to make things easier for all stakeholders, and our directory is going to help with that.” (link)
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(NEWEST!) Assistant Director of Compliance (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified professional who will serve the Athletic Department in the position of Assistant Director of Compliance. More details HERE.
(NEWEST!) Waves Engagement and Annual Giving Officer (Pepperdine University / Malibu, CA): The Waves Engagement & Annual Giving Officer is responsible for the planning of fundraising activities for athletic donors and for managing a portfolio of 200 donors with capacity of 1K-25K annually. More details HERE.
(NEWEST!) Group Sales Coordinator (Creighton University / Omaha, NE): The Group Sales Coordinator is responsible for leading the department’s group sales efforts as well as targeted individual tickets sales strategies (i.e., texting, artificial intelligence, email and other uses of technology to drive fan engagement, attendance and ticket sales). More details HERE.
(NEW!) Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Is a member of the Dir. of Athletics and Recreation’s varsity sports sr. mgt. team that provides strategic leadership and direction to 35 varsity sports programs. Leads administration of all V sports. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Sr. Associate / Associate AD, Strategic Communications (Yale University / New Haven, CT): The Associate Director of Athletics for Strategic Communications is responsible for leading the development of strategic communications and elevating the profile of the Yale athletic department. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Director of Broadcast Services (Yale University / New Haven, CT): Work closely with development, marketing, ticketing and promotions to promote Yale Athletics and to generate revenue through video projects that include alumni and corporate sponsorships. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Associate Director of Development (South Dakota State University / Brookings, SD): Maintains a portfolio of annual fund and sport specific donors with annual visit and solicitation goals. Oversees and develops Jackrabbit Athletics Network and alumni advisory board. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Assistant Director Operations/Athletics (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): Responsible for assisting in the planning and preparation of event management and game operation efforts for baseball in support of coaches, student-athletes, officials, department support staff. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Guest Services Workforce Manager (The Ohio State University / Columbus, OH): Our Guest Services Workforce Manager is responsible for the scheduling, payroll, positioning, and event supervision of our part-time ushers, ticket takers, and security staff. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Head Coach - Women’s Soccer (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Responsible for all aspects of leading, coaching, developing, and administering a nationally competitive intercollegiate women’s soccer program within Ivy League, NCAA, and institutional standards. More details HERE.
(NEW!) Athletic Trainer (Murray State University / Murray, KY): Assist the Head Athletic Trainer in daily operations of the athletic training room. More details HERE.
Commissioner (ASUN Conference / Atlanta, GA): Serving as the chief administrative officer of the Conference, the Commissioner will create and implement innovative initiatives and strategies designed to achieve the mission and vision of the ASUN. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Development (University of South Carolina Upstate / Spartanburg, SC): The Associate AD for Development will be responsible for the coordination and management of a comprehensive & ongoing development program through major gifts fundraising for intercollegiate athletics. More details HERE.
Director, Sport Specific Giving (Army West Point Athletics/WPAOG / West Point, NY): The Director, Sport Specific Giving will develop, implement, and execute a comprehensive sport specific fundraising strategy. More details HERE.
Director of Donor Engagement (Army West Point Athletics/WPAOG / West Point, NY): The Director of Donor Engagement will be responsible for the planning and execution of Army West Point Athletics, Army A Club, and sport-specific donor events throughout the year. More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Army A Club (Army West Point Athletics/WPAOG / West Point, NY): The Assistant Director, Army A Club will manage a list of donors/prospects and actively identify, cultivate, and solicit gifts, with a focus on increasing the levels of current members. More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Operations (Army West Point Athletics/WPAOG / West Point, NY): The Assistant Director, Operations will be responsible for the day-to-day internal operations of the Army A Club and Army West Point Athletics. More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Athletics Facilities (Marquette University / Milwaukee, WI): This position will assist with the management, administration, and supervision of Marquette University athletic facilities and will include evening and weekend hours. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Game Operations, Championships and Events (Duke University / Durham, NC): Serve as primary game operations manager for athletic programs as assigned - Field Hockey, Men’s Golf, Swimming and Diving, Wrestling, Men’s & Women’s Tennis and Rowing. More details HERE.
Development Operations Coordinator (UW Madison / Madison, WI): Responsible for management of Development Office donor databases inclusive of gift processing and allocating, donor and prospect identification, and other internal development operational tasks. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Academic Services (Presbyterian College / Clinton, SC): Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of DI compliance with NCAA, Conference and College rules. Serves as the primary liaison between Athletics, Academic Office, and Faculty. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities and Event Management (University of North Texas / Denton, TX): Serves as game manager for assigned sports, lead administrator for conference/NCAA championships and special events hosted on campus and completes assigned athletic facility projects. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Development and Special Events (Syracuse University / Syracuse, NY): This position will lead and manage special events and donor stewardship. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Creative Content (University of Washington Athletics / Seattle, WA): Produce video and graphics for all digital platforms and in-venue videoboards, assist with social media channels and photography coverage. Please see: www.washington.edu/jobs, Req #215009. More details HERE.
Assistant Softball Coach (Hofstra University / Hempstead, NY): The Assistant Softball Coach is responsible for assisting the Head Coach in the areas of skill development and performance, as well the recruitment, retention, and conduct of the student-athletes. More details HERE.
Assoc. A.D, Director of Fan Engagement, Marketing and Ticketing (University of California, Santa Barbara / Santa Barbara, CA): Oversees the operational and strategic aspects for ticketing, merchandise sales, marketing, and fan engagement for the Intercollegiate Athletics department. More details HERE.
Director - Business Operations (Clemson University / Clemson, SC): Manages (3) Assistant Director of Business Operations positions. Performs all essential Accounts Payable-related duties for various Sports and interdepartmental Athletics units. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Marketing and Fan Experience (University of Tennessee / Knoxville, TN): The Assistant Director of Marketing and Fan Experience will oversee various aspects of the Athletic Marketing and Fan Experience Department. More details HERE.
Assistant Communications Director (University of California, Santa Barbara / Santa Barbara, CA): Write, design, edit and produce content for UCSB Athletics website, media guides, brochure information, and press releases. Maintain statistical information for various teams, manager game operations. More details HERE.
Ticket & Marketing Manager (University of California, Santa Barbara / Santa Barbara, CA): Manages full-service Ticket Office and sales of Athletics merchandise. Coordinates Athletics merchandise sales and inventories, ticket sales, inventory and settlement. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director - Compliance (UAB / Birmingham, AL): Oversees and ensures processes, procedures and systems necessary to direct the Athletic Department in complying with NCAA, conference, and institutional rules and regulations for 18 varsity sports. More details HERE.
Director Fan Engagement & Marketing (UAB / Birmingham, AL): This position will be responsible for increasing attendance, creating a positive and exciting game day atmosphere, increasing fan engagement, and furthering the UAB Athletics brand in the community. More details HERE.
Director of Marketing and Fan Engagement (Bradley University / Peoria, IL): Provides strategic and effective leadership of marketing, community engagement, and special events within the Athletics Department. Develop innovative marketing strategies & optimize the fan exper. More details HERE.
Business Assistant II (Rutgers The State University of New Jersey / Piscataway, NJ): Assist in the management of the day to day business operations including onboarding ,employment contracts and payroll administration. More details HERE.
Tutor Coordinator - Athletics (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): This position will be responsible for implementing the tutoring program, and will collaborate with members of the Student Services Center to assess student-athlete academic needs in tutorial services. More details HERE.
Associate Director, Athletics Compliance (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible for monitoring Bylaws 11-17; assist with the development and implementation of education for assigned sport programs; research of NCAA and Big 12 Conference rules interpretations. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Ticket Operations (North Carolina State University / Raleigh, NC): Assistant Director of Ticket Operations will assist with the day-to-day operations of the Athletics Ticket Office. Collaborates with sales and marketing staff on revenue generating strategies. More details HERE.
Director of Broadcast and Digital Media (Big Sky Conference / Farmington, UT): The Director of Broadcast & Digital Media will serve as the on-air talent for the Conference and must be proficient in video and editing. To apply, send resumes to email@example.com. More details HERE.
Director, Compliance (The University of Akron / Akron, OH): Responsible for assisting in the administration of a comprehensive compliance program. Bachelor's degree & a minimum 1 year experience required. Search Job #13961. EEO/AA, Employer/Veterans/Disabled. More details HERE.
Director of Compliance (West Virginia University / Morgantown, WV): The Director of Compliance assists the Senior Associate Athletics Director to ensure compliance with all aspects of NCAA rules and regulations governing intercollegiate athletic operations. More details HERE.
Athletics Academic Advisor (The George Washington University / Washington, DC): Academically advises a caseload of student-athletes, provides curriculum and graduation information and guidance; works with student-athletes on time management, organization and study skills. More details HERE.
Director of Athletics (Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi / Corpus Christi, TX): TAMU-CC seeks a self-motivated, driven, forward thinking, and experienced leader to direct a championship level athletic department. More details HERE.
Deputy/Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Internal Operations (University of Chicago / Chicago, IL): Reporting to the Director of Athletics and Recreation, the Deputy/Senior Associate Director will work to support the mission and core values of the University and Department as a member of the leaders. (DIII) More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director of Business Administration (Administrator I) (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Oversee and manage all Athletic Department finances and business operations, serve as the financial lead for the Athletics, collaborate with university personnel to develop policies and procedures. More details HERE.
Assistant AD for Ticket Operations (HR title: Assistant Director 2) - (ATH00000236) (Southern Methodist University / Dallas, TX): The Assistant AD for Ticket Operations will oversee the day-to-day operations of the ticket office, game day management and all aspects associated with the administration of the SMU Ticket Office. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director - Annual Giving (Northeastern University / Boston, MA): Responsible for the planning and execution of an AG program designed to increase donor participation and giving through marketing, soliciting, acquiring, and renewing alumni & friend annual gifts. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director Annual Giving (Florida International University / Miami, FL): Responsible for the management and development of strategic annual giving programs. Provide and execute a roadmap to increase engagement, retention and provide fundraising support for the university. More details HERE.
Assistant AD for Facilities, Game Operations and Equipment Services (Loyola University Chicago / Chicago, IL): Oversee the management of Loyola athletic facilities. Coordinate game day operations for all home Athletic events. Manage equipment services, including equipment room and BSN/Nike partnership. More details HERE.
Director of RAM Life Program (Colorado State University / Fort Collins, CO): The Director of RAM Life Program directs all aspects of the RAM Life program focused on developing student-athletes and preparing them for success after their athletic careers are complete. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Administration (Merrimack College / North Andover, MA): The Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Administration is responsible for the oversight, supervision, and coordination of the athletics compliance activities for 27 NCAA Division I programs. More details HERE.
Director of Athletics Development Internal Operations OR Assistant AD for Athletic Development Operations (Furman University / Greenville, SC): Directs the internal operations of the Furman Athletics Fund, managing the overarching annual fundraising and engagement strategy, communications, events, benefits fulfillment, reporting, etc. More details HERE.
Major Gift Officer (Colorado State University / Fort Collins, CO): The Major Gift Officer for Colorado State University Athletics is responsible for the development and execution of a comprehensive strategy of programs and efforts to increase philanthropic support. More details HERE.
Associate/Assistant Director of Athletic Communications for Fan Engagement (Lafayette College / Easton, PA): Lafayette College Athletic Communications Dept. BA and 5+ yrs exp reqd. Apply: http://apply.interfolio.com/116552. EOE More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Athletics Photography (Auburn University / Auburn, AL): This individual will provide photographic services for competitions, special events and promotional shoots and will serve as a key member of the external engagement team. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Trainer (Bucknell University / Lewisburg, PA): The position of Assistant Athletic Trainer is to assist the head athletic trainer and staff with the delivery of health care to student athletes. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Trainer (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist with the overall medical and health related care of student athletes participating in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams within the University. More details HERE.
Head Coach, Beach Volleyball (University of North Alabama / Florence, AL): We're hiring for Head Coach of Beach Volleyball! NCAA D1 program. Come join our team! More details HERE.
Director of Development, Major Gifts (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified professional who will serve the Athletic Department in the position of Director of Development, Major Gifts. More details HERE.
Director of Athletic Advancement (Texas A&M University-Commerce / Commerce, TX): This position is responsible for leading the external affairs for the department of Lion Athletics. This team member will have a primary emphasis on cultivating donors and supporters for major gifts. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Fan Engagement and Promotions (Liberty University / Lynchburg, VA): Create & execute marketing plans, develop attendance generating promotions and coordinate gameday activities for Volleyball, Women’s Basketball. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athletics Video Coordinator (University of South Florida Athletics / Tampa, FL): The Athletic Video Coordinator plans, edits and produces all videography used by the USF Athletics Department. Oversees and coordinates the work of technical video graphic staff and students. More details HERE.
Women's Volleyball Head Coach (Le Moyne College / Syracuse, NY): Le Moyne College is seeking a full-time Women's Volleyball Head Coach. This position requires a Bachelor's degree and three to five years of experience in collegiate level women's volleyball. (DII) More details HERE.
Director of Digital Programming (American Athletic Conference / Irving, TX): The candidate will serve as a liaison with ESPN and with member institutions and will support the overall management and facilitation of ESPN+ programming for the Conference. More details HERE.
Director Annual Giving (Illinois State University / Normal, IL): The Director of Annual Giving actively assists in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship efforts for the Weisbecker Athletic Fund, Coaches Clubs, and RB4L. More details HERE.
Director of NIL Strategy, Department of Athletics (Wake Forest University / Winston-Salem, NC): Responsible for executing internal and external NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) strategies. More details HERE.
Assistant Director for Basketball Creative Video 998142 (Xavier University / Cincinnati, OH): The Assistant Director for Basketball Creative Video will be asked to develop creative workflows, manage a queue of requested work, conceptualize individual work, as well as act as a leader and mentor. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance (Lenoir-Rhyne University / Hickory, NC): The Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance's primary responsibility is to direct, oversee, and coordinates all aspects of the NCAA Rules compliance program. (DII) More details HERE.
Asst. Athletics Director for Athletics Communications (University of Hartford / West Hartford, CT): Media responsibility for 17 Athletics programs possessing hands on experience with necessary game day stat coverage items, including video, and graphic programs such as InDesign and Photoshop. (DIII) More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director, Event Management (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified professional who will serve the Athletic Department in the position of Assistant Athletic Director of Event Management. More details HERE.
Director of Athletics (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Reporting to the President, the Director of Athletics serves as the chief athletics officer for the University, providing leadership, management, and administrative direction to athletics. More details HERE.
Director of Development Operations (Baylor University / Waco, TX): Baylor University Department of the Bear Foundation is seeking a full-time Director of Development & Operations to support the mission of Baylor University. More details HERE.
Video Content Producer (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): This role is responsible for assisting in all areas of the WSU Sports Video Dept including producing creative video, graphics, photos, & other content for assigned sports & in other areas as needed. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Trainer (Tulane University / New Orleans, LA): Assists with the management of all aspects of the sports medicine program and athletic training room operations. More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Revenue Enhancement in Athletics (Kennesaw State University / Kennesaw, GA): This position oversees the day-to-day internal operations of The Owls Fund, focusing on donor services, events, stewardship, and strategic communication as it relates to the annual fund campaign. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance (Montclair State University / Montclair, NJ): This position is responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring and assessing a strategic plan for all aspects of the department's NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) compliance. (DIII) More details HERE.
Head Men's Soccer Coach (Saint Mary's University of Minnesota / Winona, MN): Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is seeking to hire a Head Men’s Soccer Coach. This position is responsible for Leading a competitive NCAA Division III men’s soccer program. (DIII) More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations (Robert Morris University / Moon Township, PA): This position oversees a large and diverse portfolio including the overall management of the athletic business office which includes all business operations, finance and budgeting, and other areas. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development (University of Southern California / Los Angeles, CA): The Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development will be responsible for building and overseeing the day-to-day operations of a comprehensive student-athlete development program. More details HERE.
Coordinator, Marketing and Game Presentation (Arizona State University / Tempe, AZ): ASU Sun Devil Athletics seek a Coordinator to provide support for the Marketing & Game Presentation Dept’s needs & assist in the day-to-day operations. More details HERE.
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics (Southern Utah University / Cedar City, UT): Southern Utah University is now accepting applications for their Director of Intercollegiate Athletics position. DHR Global is overseeing the search process on behalf of Southern Utah University. More details HERE.
Associate/Senior Associate AD for Compliance (East Tennessee State University / Johnson City, TN): The Associate/Senior Associate AD for Compliance directs all aspects of the NCAA compliance program. This position includes sport supervisor responsibilities and is a member of the senior staff. More details HERE.
Assistant AD for Communications (Loyola University Chicago / Chicago, IL): Responsible for oversight of all communication functions for Loyola’s 15 teams including, but not limited to, media & public relations, content creation and distribution, and journalistic coverage. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director, Ticket Operations (University of North Texas / Denton, TX): The Director of Ticket Operations is responsible for managing/creating ticketing manifests, managing ticketing events and box office operations, developing accurate and timely reports. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of NIL (Louisiana State University / Baton Rouge, LA): The Assistant Director of NIL is responsible for the education surrounding brand development for student-athletes at Louisiana State University. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Compliance (University of Minnesota / Minneapolis, MN): Help educate, monitor and advise coaches, staff, and student athletes on NCAA, Big Ten Conference, WCHA and University of Minnesota rules. More details HERE.
Director of Student-Athlete Services (University of Hawaii at Manoa Athletics Department / Honolulu, Hawaii): The position is responsible for all aspects involving the recruiting process and admissions of student-athletes, athletics scholarships, financial aid, summer school & post eligibility program for SA. More details HERE.
Director of HR (Tiger Athletic Foundation/LSU / Baton Rouge, LA): The Director of HR is responsible for all employment related matters including onboarding and recruitment efforts, benefits administration, employee relations, training, performance management, etc. More details HERE.
Director of Major Gifts (University of Utah / Salt Lake City, UT): The Director of Major Gifts works to actively qualify, cultivate, ask for, and steward investors in priority projects for Utah Athletics. More details HERE.
Assistant Director, Academic Success (University of Massachusetts Amherst / Amherst, MA): Under the direction of the Acting Associate Athletic Director for Academic Success, implement academic support services for student-athletes in assigned sports, to include advising and counseling. More details HERE.
Head Football Coach (University of North Alabama / Florence, AL): The University of North Alabama invites qualified candidates for an exciting opportunity in the position of Head Football Coach. Bachelor's required. Roar Lions! More details HERE.
Assistant AD Fan Relations (Oklahoma State University / Stillwater, OK): This position will lead and continuously improve the OSU Athletics Ticketing team and related functions for OSU Athletics while serving as primary ticket manager for football or other sport(s) More details HERE.
Assoc. Director/Director of Athletics Development, Major Gifts (TCU Athletics / Fort Worth, TX): Responsible for supporting philanthropic revenue growth of TCU Athletics by cultivating and soliciting major gifts ($100k+) and stewarding through the new Investors Society major giving program. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director for Creative Video (Washington State University / Pullman, WA): Oversee WSU Athletics Creative Sports Video Dept including managing daily operations, employees, equipment, & budget. Coordinate creative video strategy & perform necessary job-related functions. More details HERE.
Producer/Director - Live Events & Show Content (University of Mississippi / Oxford, MS): Incumbent would handle the loading, testing, directing of video board shows at live sporting events, as well as some content creation (ribbons/rings/features) to be used in live event. More details HERE.
Director of Ticket Operations (Oregon State University / Corvallis, OR): The Director of Ticket Operations is responsible for, and will be the primary manager and point of contact for Men’s Basketball and Gymnastics. May assist with other sports as needed. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Ticket Operations (Oregon State University / Corvallis, OR): The Assistant Director of Ticket Operations is responsible for, and will be the primary manager and the point of contact for Women’s Basketball, Wrestling, and other Olympic sports and special events. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Ticket Operations (Oregon State University / Corvallis, OR): The Assistant Director of Ticket Operations is responsible for, and will be the primary manager and the point of contact for Women’s Basketball, Wrestling, and other Olympic sports and special events. More details HERE.
Learning Specialist (UCLA Intercollegiate Athletics / Los Angeles, CA): Supports the unique needs of student-athletes by providing individualized academic support, academic counseling, and student-athlete development programming. More details HERE.
Associate Director Athletics - CFO (Austin Peay State University / Clarksville, TN): Position will oversee and direct the financial operations and administration of the Athletic Business Office of APSU, ensuring compliance with all University, NCAA, and Conference policies, procedures. More details HERE.
Assistant/Associate General Counsel for Athletics (University of Tennessee / Knoxville, TN): This position will report to the University’s General Counsel and will be primarily involved in advising administrators in the Athletics Department at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Development, Annual Giving (Rutgers University Foundation / New Brunswick, NJ): The Assistant Director will provide leadership and support in the planning, execution, and growth of the annual fund. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Video Content (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Produce creative video content for Mississippi State Athletics media platforms and in-venue displays. More details HERE.
Coordinator of Golf Operations (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Responsible for assisting with the daily duties of golf, for both the Men’s and Women’s programs, including but not limited to, operations at the Barn, inventory, equipment orders, etc. More details HERE.
Assistant AD for Ticket Operations (VCU Athletics / Richmond, VA): The Assistant AD for Ticket Operations will manage and oversee all aspects of VCU Athletics' ticket office operation and will liaison with Aspire to grow ticket sales. More details HERE.
Athletic Facilities Maintenance Coordinator (Arizona State University / Tempe, AZ): ASU Sun Devil Athletics seek an Athletic Facilities Maintenance Coordinator who coordinates & performs the maintenance & preparation of facilities for events. More info: https://apptrkr.com/3579805 More details HERE.
Assistant/Associate Director of Athletics for Athletic Development and Strategic Partnerships (Hofstra University / Hempstead, NY): This position is a member of the Athletic Department’s external relations team. This position is responsible for generating revenue through philanthropy, sponsorships and strategic partnerships. More details HERE.
Assistant Commissioner for Communications (Lone Star Conference / Richardson, TX): The Lone Star Conference (LSC) encourages applications for the position of Assistant Commissioner for Communications. The LSC Office is located in Richardson, Texas, a suburb of the city of Dallas. (DII) More details HERE.
Athletics Business Manager (VCU Athletics / Richmond, VA): The Athletics Business Manager continually monitors and reconciles the budgets associated with all VCU athletic facilities & events and also generates weekly and monthly budget reports. More details HERE.
Account Executive, Membership Services (Stanford University Athletics / Stanford, CA): This individual is responsible for servicing, retaining and growing accounts by initiating and receiving phone calls, sending and responding to emails, arranging client meetings, and more. More details HERE.
Associate Producer, Live Events & Creative Production (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The University of Notre Dame is hiring a Associate Producer, Live Events & Creative Production. To learn more and apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/3582238. EOE/AA More details HERE.
Academic Support Specialist/Academic Advisor (University of North Alabama / Florence, AL): Academic Support Specialist/Academic Advisor. Apply online to work with us! Roar Lions! More details HERE.
Assistant of Student-Athlete Development - Football (University of Arkansas / Fayetteville, AR): This position is responsible for off-the-field activities of student athletes in Football. More details HERE.
Broadcast Production Manager (Charlotte 49ers Athletics / Charlotte, NC): Serve as the manager of broadcast operations. Ensure the successful execution of in-venue productions & broadcasts produced for ESPN Digital Network. Strong focus on engineering, setup and support. More details HERE.
Assoc Athletic Director-Communications (Eastern Washington University / Cheney, WA): Eastern Washington University seeks Associate Athletic Director for Communications. Coordination & administration of communication strategies and sports information for 14 varsity Division I sports. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance Services (University of California, Davis / Davis, CA): The Assistant AD for Compliance position will help support and ensure the UC Davis Athletics department is operating in compliance with all NCAA Division I rules and regulations. More details HERE.
Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts (University of Colorado Boulder / Boulder, CO): The Associate Director acts as a major gifts officer, growing philanthropic engagement on behalf of CU Boulder Athletics & the Buff Club through development of relationships with CU alumni & others. More details HERE.
Head Women's Lacrosse Coach (Trevecca Nazarene University / Nashville, TN): Trevecca Athletics is starting a new program - Women's Lacrosse For immediate hire - Head Coach. Program start date - Fall 2023 Head Coach is responsible for all aspects of this NCAA D-2 program. (DII) More details HERE.
Assistant Women's Softball Coach (California State University, Bakersfield / Bakersfield, CA): California State University, Bakersfield, an NCAA Division I institution invites applicants for the part-time, position as an Assistant Women’s Softball Coach. Please follow the link for more info. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance (Valparaiso University / Valparaiso, IN): Implementing a comprehensive strategy and process for NCAA and conference rules monitoring, education, and enforcement. Specific areas of oversight include academic certificates, rules, certification. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletics Director - Student-Athlete Leadership (University of Missouri - Columbia / Columbia, MO): This position is responsible for individualized leadership development of Mizzou student-athletes through education, resources, and opportunities. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Psychological Resources for OU Student-Athletes (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): The Assistant Director of PROS helps to oversee mental health and mental performances services that are delivered by PROS’ staff. The Assistant Director also collaborates with other departmental staff (e.g., athletic training, academics, athletic directors, etc.) for continuity of care. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Spirit Squads (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): Oklahoma athletics is looking for a driven individual to advance the mission and values of the Athletics Department by assisting in the management of spirit programs including but not limited to member recruitment, selection, eligibility and growth, scholarship distribution, coach and advisor supervision, community event and appearance scheduling and coordination. More details HERE.
Assistant OR Associate Director of Broadcast Engineering (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): The Broadcast Engineer serves a critical role in ensuring the successful execution of SoonerVision video productions. At the core, the position’s responsibilities center around the management of SoonerVision equipment, event setup & support and student training. SoonerVision annually produces 100+ live game broadcasts, 150+ studio productions and 120+ in-arena productions. More details HERE.
Assistant OR Associate Director, Student-Athlete Experience (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): The role of the Asst. Director - Student-Athlete Experience – Prepared Professionalism/Alumni Engagement is to serve as a liaison between student-athletes, campus resources, athletic academic center, athletics compliance department, and sport programs primarily. More details HERE.
Associate Director of Big Screens & Game Entertainment (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): Passionate fans are critical to the success of Oklahoma Athletics, and creating a great home-atmosphere is a key component in that success. The Associate Director of Big Screens & Game Entertainment is responsible for helping plan, build and execute in-arena big screen elements. The position includes oversight responsibilities of content creation and big screen productions at every venue in support of Oklahoma Athletics. More details HERE.
Director of Branding and Licensing (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): University of Oklahoma Athletics Department is looking for a highly organized, self-motivated, enthusiastic member to join the Stakeholder/External Relations team as the Director of Branding and Licensing. This position will oversee and protect the integrity of University of Oklahoma branding and licensing and contribute to revenue-generation practices within athletics. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Outreach (NCAA / Washington, DC): In close consultation and coordination with the Director, manage all full cycle needs for the office’s outreach and events. Administer the office’s membership and stakeholder engagement. More details HERE
Photography (Fellow) (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Assists photography staff in applying metadata to photos, editing photos, and covering Mississippi State Athletic events. More details HERE.
Assistant Sports Information Director (Western Michigan University / Kalamazoo, MI): Oversees the day-to-day communications and media relations for designated NCAA Division I sports. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director/External Operation (Siena College / Loudonville, NY): The Department of Athletics seeks an Associate Athletics Director for External Operations. Responsible for day-to-day oversight of various external units: communications, marketing, development, ... More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Success Services (Louisiana Tech University / Ruston, LA): Louisiana Tech University is seeking applicants for the position of Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Success Services. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletics Director, Business (DePaul University / Chicago, IL): In accordance with the mission of the Department of Athletics, administer the budget and business-related functions of assigned units in the Athletics department. More details HERE.
Director for Strategic Initiatives, Iron Dukes (Duke University Athletics / Durham, NC): This position develops, plans, implements, and evaluates aspects of fundraising, specifically engagement and stewardship with the desired outcome to enhance constituent affinity. More details HERE.
Director of Marketing (George Mason University / Fairfax, VA): The George Mason University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics invites applications for a Director of Marketing. For full consideration, apply at https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/55618. EOE More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Athletic Academic Service (University of Houston / Houston, TX): Supports the overall administration of the academic services area of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics to facilitate academic success. More details HERE.
Compliance and Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) Coordinator (Robert Morris University / Moon Township, PA): Monitors RMU's day-to-day compliance program, coordinates the arrival and certification of new student-athletes, and coordinates the Name, Image and Likeness program for the department of athletics. More details HERE.
Athletics Academic Specialist (Robert Morris University / Moon Township, PA): Provides academic and eligibility support services, manages the eligibility certification process, assists student-athletes in achieving educational goals, and monitors degree completion. More details HERE.
Learning Specialist (University of Wisconsin - Madison / Madison, WI): Wisconsin Athletics is seeking a student-centered & relationship-driven Learning Specialist to join our team! Anticipated to support student-athletes in Olympic sports, beginning in mid-January. More details HERE.
Learning Specialist (Utah State University / Logan, UT): The Learning Specialist will work with colleagues in Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS) and across campus to meet the academic support needs of student-athletes. More details HERE.
Athletic Trainer (Oakland University / Rochester, MI): Oakland University Athletics is a Division I program committed to academic and athletic excellence and is looking for a highly organized, driven and detail oriented Athletic Trainer. More details HERE.
Associate Commissioner for Academic Relations (Southeastern Conference / Birmingham, AL): The Assoc. Commissioner, Academic Relations is the senior administrator for academic relations, the SEC’s unique effort highlighting the academic accomplishments and impact of its member institutions. More details HERE.
Commissioner (The Atlantic Hockey Association/College Hockey America / Winthrop, MA): The AHA/CHA is looking for a long-term strategic thinker whose decision-making will move the associations to the forefront of college hockey. More details HERE.
Director, Marketing & Game Experience (Northern Illinois University / DeKalb, IL): Responsible for directing the daily operation of Marketing & Game Experience (including but not limited to increasing attendance & revenue at ticketed events and enhancing game day experience). More details HERE.
Compliance Administrator (Asst. AD for Compliance) (Rutgers The State University of New Jersey / Piscataway, NJ): This position will supervise all aspects associated with Bylaw(s) 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 20 for a subset of sports and liaison groups. More details HERE.
Account Executive (University of Arkansas / Fayetteville, AR): This is a ticket sales role, including cold calls, face to face appointments, prospecting, and networking to sale tickets for athletic events. More details HERE.
Marketing Representative (Florida State University Athletics / Tallahassee, FL): Coordinates marketing efforts for assigned sports. For more information and to apply, please visit https://jobs.fsu.edu by November 3, 2022. Use Job ID 53380 to search for posting. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Events and Operations (The University of Chattanooga Foundation / Chattanooga, TN): Reporting to the Associate Athletic Director, The Assistant Director will lead, coordinate, and execute events, internal operations, and communications for UTC Athletics Mocs Club. More details HERE.
Sports Video Coordinator (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh Athletic Department is seeking a qualified professional for the position of Sports Video Coordinator. PI194993741 More details HERE.
Senior Associate Athletic Director, Policy Risk & People (UCLA Intercollegiate Athletics / Los Angeles, CA): This position will serve in a leadership role for coaches and staff and work toward establishing departmental goals as well as developing and implementing departmental policy. More details HERE.
Asst. AD of Development - Leadership Giving (Air Force Academy Athletic Corp. / Colorado Springs, CO): The Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation seeks an Assistant Athletic Director of Development Leadership Giving to further the philanthropic support for Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.
Asst. AD of Development - Premium Seating (Air Force Academy Athletic Corp. / Colorado Springs, CO): The Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation seeks an Assistant Athletic Director of Development – Premium Seating to further revenue generation and the philanthropic support for Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.
Director of Compliance/Compliance Specialist (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): The Compliance Specialist will assist the Athletics Compliance Office primarily with its monitoring efforts and with rules education. More details HERE.
Game and Facilities Manager (Colorado State University / Fort Collins, CO): The Game and Facilities Manager has responsibility for the management, operations, and scheduling of facilities for the University’s NCAA Division I-FBS intercollegiate athletics program. More details HERE.
Assistant Sports Information Director (UT Permian Basin / Odessa, TX): The Assistant Sports information Director provides assistance with planning and implementing communications strategies as they relate to the goals and objectives of the University of Texas Permian Basin’s sixteen athletic programs. (DII) More details HERE.
Compliance Coordinator (Cal Poly / San Luis Obispo, CA): Compliance Coordinator will be responsible for applying and monitoring policies and procedures to ensure department compliance with NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Trainer (UT Permian Basin / Odessa, TX): Promotes the philosophy and objectives of the intercollegiate athletics program, to include adhering to all Departmental policies and procedures, as well as the rules and regulations of UTPB, the NCAA, Lone Star Conference and those set forth by The University of Texas System, and State of Texas. (DII) More details HERE.
Assistant Coach - Strength & Conditioning (UT Permian Basin / Odessa, TX): Responsible for supervising the athletic performance training of all student athletes which includes coordinating the prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletically related injuries the implementation and execution of all strength/conditioning programs to student athletes. (DII) More details HERE.
Deputy Athletic Director for Internal Affairs (Southern Methodist University / Dallas, TX): The Deputy A.D. for Internal Affairs will report to the Director of Athletics and will be a part of the Executive Leadership team. This position will supervise a broad range of sport programs. More details HERE.
Associate Athletic Director for Communications (Montana State University Billings / Billings, MT): The Associate Athletic Director for Communications in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics manages the compilation and distribution of information and news about MSUB Athletics. (DII) More details HERE.
Assistant AD of Internal Operations (University of South Carolina Upstate / Spartanburg, SC): The Assistant AD of Internal Operations focus on home athletic events and athletic facilities, and will also be responsible for the daily supervision and coordination of the Athletic Facilities. More details HERE.
Associate Director - Athletic Compliance (Georgia Institute of Technology / Atlanta, GA): Monitor policies, programs and practices that ensure that the Georgia Tech Athletic Association (GTAA) and its sports programs are in compliance with all rules and regulations. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Athletic Public Relations (University of Richmond / Richmond, VA): 501804 - The Assistant Director of Athletic Public Relations coordinates all media relations activities relevant to his/her assigned sports, including publications, website and game management. More details HERE.
Program Director, Ticketing (University of Notre Dame / Notre Dame, IN): The University of Notre Dame is hiring a Program Director, Ticketing. This position will oversee the Football Ticket Operations. To learn more and apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/3561295. EOE/AA More details HERE.
Coordinator, Game Day Experience and Fan Engagement (Oakland University / Rochester, MI): Creating and implementing marketing and promotional plans for Oakland University Athletics and all its sports programs while enhancing the game day and fan experience. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director - Brand & Ideation (Georgia Institute of Technology / Atlanta, GA): Lead the development and execution of strategies and initiatives to build the Georgia Tech (GT) Athletics brand across sports programs, constituent groups and digital channels. More details HERE.
Producer/Director (University of Mississippi / Oxford, MS): This position will work heavily on the production of our documentary series, The Season. During football, required to shoot, edit, and write for the weekly show meeting tight deadlines. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Creative Video (University of Utah / Salt Lake City, UT): Work as part of the creative audio/visual content team. Cinematography in studio/live sporting events, and editing skills. Proficient Adobe Creative Suite, Motion design/Adobe After Effects. More details HERE.
Compliance Coordinator (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): The Compliance Coordinator will assist the Athletics Compliance Office primarily with its monitoring efforts and with rules education. More details HERE.
Director of Athletics (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville/ Edwardsville, IL): Southern Illinois University Edwardsville seeks a dynamic, collaborative, forward-thinking leader as its next director of athletics. More details HERE.
Deputy Director of Athletics, COO (The University of Alabama / Tuscaloosa, AL): The Deputy Athletics Director, COO oversees internal operations as well as Sport Oversight responsibility for designated sport. This position is a member of the Executive Staff Leadership Team. More details HERE.
Content Creator Associate (University of Massachusetts Amherst / Amherst, MA): This position will work as part of the Creative Services Team, under the direction of the Assistant Athletics Director of Marketing, Creative Services & Digital Strategy. More details HERE.
Second Assistant Coach — Men's Heavyweight Rowing (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Participate as part of a decision-making team (coaching staff) under the direction of the head coach in planning, coaching, recruiting, administering and promoting the men's heavyweight rowing program. More details HERE.
Head Tennis Coach (Hope International University / Fullerton, CA): Hope International University is seeking a Head Tennis Coach. For details on the position and the full job description, please visit the HIU website. (NAIA) More details HERE.
Director of Athletics (University of Maine / Orono, ME): The Director of Athletics has direct responsibility for the University’s NCAA Division I Intercollegiate Athletics Program, including 17 varsity sports, over 400 student-athletes and a 16.8MM budget. More details HERE.
IRC24944 – Director, Game Presentation & Fan Experience (Tulane University / New Orleans, LA): Directs all aspects of in-game entertainment and fan experience for ticketed sports, with a primary focus on football and men’s basketball. Serves as the gameday producer responsible for the management and direction of all in-game elements and promotions, fulfill corporate partner agreements, and oversee gameday staff, including videoboards operators, DJ, Emcee, spirit squads, gameday staff, and more based upon event. More details HERE.
Ticket Manager/Sales & Operations (Colorado State University / Fort Collins, CO): The Ticket Manager/Sales & Operations oversees the day-to-day sales/ticketing operations for the Athletic Ticket Office. Primary duties include phone orders, customer service and game-day operations. More details HERE.
Olympic Sports Assistant (University at Buffalo / Buffalo, NY): The University at Buffalo seeks an incumbent to assist the Head and Assistant Coaches for Men’s & Women’s Basketball as well as the Head Coaches of other Olympic Sports with daily operational tasks. More details HERE.
Assistant Athletic Director for Strategic Communications & Operations (University of Illinois Springfield / Springfield, IL): Direct strategic communication efforts and event presentation for the University of Illinois Springfield's 17 NCAA Division II athletic programs. (DII) More details HERE.
Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach (Carleton College / Northfield, MN): Carleton College is a nationally-ranked liberal arts college with a nationally-ranked women's golf team and a successful men's golf team. This new positions combines the men's and women's programs. (DIII) More details HERE.
Beach Volleyball Assistant Coach (Hope International University / Fullerton, CA): HIU is seeking a part-time beach volleyball assistant coach. For position details, please visit our careers page for full job description (NAIA). More details HERE.
Director of Creative Services (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee / Milwaukee, WI): This position will provide leadership & direction of the Creative Services unit responsible for creating & executing a graphics content, digital video content, social strategy for Athletics. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Panther Club Financial Operations (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh Athletic Department is seeking an Assistant Director of Panther Club Financial Operations. PI194398421 More details HERE.
Senior Associate Athletics Director of Health, Well-Being, and Performance (Appalachian State University / Boone, NC): App State is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Senior Associate Athletics Director of Health, Well-Being, and Performance. More details HERE.
Sr. Associate Athletic Director Business Operations (Wichita State University / Wichita, KS): This position leads and manages the financial administration, business planning, accounting, and budgeting for athletics. Leads the vision and goals of departments. More details HERE.
Director of Student-Athletic Mental Health and Performance (Wichita State University / Wichita, KS): Provide treatment including initial consultations, brief individual therapy, group therapy, workshops, and crisis assessment and intervention to a diverse student-athlete population. More details HERE.
Associate Director of Events and Facilities (Northwestern University / Evanston, IL): Reports to a Assoc. AD/Events and Facilities. Provides leadership related to the day-to-day operations, scheduling, and maintenance of assigned Athletics facilities. Also oversee events and serves as the principle facility and game day manager for assigned events within NUDAR athletic facilities. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Graphic Design (Marketing & Branding - University of Wyoming / Laramie, WY): The primary responsibilities for this position are to assist in the design of all creative assets, help manage incoming graphic requests, and ensure that brand guidelines are adhered to consistently. More details HERE.
CRM & Analytics Manager - Ticket Office (University Athletic Association, Inc. / Gainesville, FL): Support the UAA's Strategic Purpose via analytical support, revenue generation, and data utilization to improve fan engagement. Oversee CRM system. Analyze effectiveness of sales campaigns. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Operations & Facilities (Athletic Operations & Facilities Lead) (California State University, Sacramento / Sacramento, CA): Under the general guidance of the Associate Athletic Director of Facilities and Operations (AAD), the Athletic Facilities and Operations Lead performs a full range of administrative and analytic work More details HERE.
Assistant Commissioner of Compliance or Director of Compliance (Big Sky Conference / Farmington, UT): Support the Big Sky and its members to promote, educate, and enforce all NCAA, Conference, and institutional rules, policies, and procedures. Other duties include assisting with championships. More details HERE.
Director of Championships (Big Sky Conference / Farmington, UT): This candidate will plan, prepare, and help execute the Conference’s 15 championships. Also will assist with other sport administration functions plus additional responsibilities. More details HERE.
Director - Student-Athlete Academic Enrichment (University of Massachusetts Lowell / Lowell, MA): Under the direction of the Associate Athletic Director for Academic and Student Services, the Director of Student-Athlete Academic Enrichment monitors and coordinates efforts to support the academic More details HERE.
Director of Athletic Facilities (Illinois State University / Normal, IL): The Director of Athletic Facilities will be responsible for the daily operations of athletic department facilities. More details HERE.
Assistant Director for Compliance (University of Utah / Salt Lake City, UT): The University of Utah, a member of the Pac-12 Conference, is seeking applications for an Assistant Director for Compliance to support the University’s Division I NCAA athletics compliance program. More details HERE.
Assistant Director of Athletics Ticketing and Sales (Dartmouth College / Hanover, NH): Manages ticket operations and sales for the athletics department. Works with the Assoc. Dir. of Financial Ops for Ticketing and Sales to build revenue strategies and implement new initiatives. More details HERE.
Ticket Operations Coordinator (Illinois State University / Normal, IL): *IL Residents only* The Ticket Operations Coordinator is responsible for all external ticket operations, secondary athletics liaison, & will maintain ticket sales records in the Paciolan System. More details HERE.
Revenue Accountant, Athletics (University of Colorado Boulder / Boulder, CO): Revenue accounting functions & assists with development of policies & procedures, internal controls & operational efficiencies in alignment with University of Colorado & Pac-12 Conference guidelines. More details HERE.