Friday July 31, 2015
Northern Illinois: Ryan Sedevie has been promoted to senior associate athletics director for collegiate advancement and external affairs, and Tim Rice has been promoted to senior associate athletics director for revenue generation.
UAB: The Blazers have hired Frank Cuervo as senior associate AD for external relations.
Thursday July 30, 2015
IUPUI (D-I): Michael Moore will step down after 19 years as athletics director effective Aug. 14.
Furman (FCS – SC): Mike Buddie has been introduced as athletics director. He previously served as the associate athletics director for development and administration at Wake Forest.
Wednesday July 29, 2015
Oklahoma State: Assistant soccer coach Karen Hancock has been announced as Oklahoma State’s senior woman administrator.
Tuesday July 28, 2015
Pittsburgh: Duke basketball SID Matt Plizga is heading to Pitt to serve as assistant AD for media relations according to multiple reports.
UT Rio Grande Valley (D-I): Chelsea Blakely has been promoted to senior associate AD for external operations, Farrah Manthei has been promoted to to senior associate AD for student services/senior woman administrator, and David Riggs has been promoted to senior associate AD for ticket operations and sales. Vince Volpe has been appointed deputy director of athletics/chief operating officer.
Oregon State: Zack Lasiter has been announced as deputy athletics director for external operations.
Mercer (FCS – GA): Sybil Blalock has been promoted to deputy athletics director, and Brian Gerrity has been promoted to senior associate director of athletics, overseeing fundraising, communications and football game day operations.
Monday July 27, 2015
Texas: According to multiple reports, Maryland assistant AD for development Tyler Mariucci (son of Steve) has taken a similar position at Texas.
Georgia: Monica Lebron has been announced as the associate athletics director for development. She previously served in a similar post at Ole Miss.
Michigan State: Athletics director Mark Hollis will earn at least $917,000 this year thanks to a new contract that went into effect March 1. He’ll make $667,000 in salary, an annual $197,000 retention bonus and $53,000 in retirement contributions.