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Director of Athletics (Job Announcement) Harris Stowe #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

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Michigan students rally to demand their AD be fired and it's the cutest thing ever

“I’m proud of our history. I’m not proud of Dave Brandon being a part of that history.” pic.twitter.com/JDLSWXM7YE

— Ace Anbender (@AceAnbender) September 30, 2014…

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College Football

Southern's athletic trainers care for athletes before and after games

Aaron Johnson - Sports Editor 

Sprained ankles, knee injuries, and the occasional ice bath. The training staff at Southern Connecticut State University does it all when it comes to dealing with the injuries of the athletes. 592 more words


Report: Rutgers AD Julie Hermann Made Sandusky Joke At Staff Meeting

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Rutger Athletic Director Julie Hermann was talking about “reaching out and touching the donors” of the program in a private staff meeting last fall, and she jokingly said to not do it “in a Sandusky way, according to a… 187 more words

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Bill Scholl makes 'unbelievably easy' decision to become Marquette AD

Bill Scholl had no intent of leaving his job at Ball State University as director of athletics. But when Marquette came knocking on the door to gauge his interest in the same position in Milwaukee, he simply couldn’t say no. 662 more words


Bill Scholl named Marquette's new Athletic Director

Marquette has one less vacancy in its administrative team after tapping Bill Scholl to be the new Athletic Director.

Scholl is currently the AD at Ball State but will take over duties in Milwaukee in mid-October, according to Marquette’s announcement. 297 more words


UPEI Athletic Director Resigns (UPDATED)

By Ally Harris

UPEI is in need of a new athletic director after former director Bill Schurman left the school last week.

The former Moncton Wildcats GM and Summerside native held the position of athletic director at UPEI since February 2013. 275 more words