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  • Monday July 6, 2015

    Wisconsin: Barry Alvarez has announced a number of promotions to his staff. Katie Ahrens Smith and Jeff Schmidt have both been promoted to associate athletics director, and associate ADs Marija Pientka, Justin Doherty, Jason King and Doug Tiedt are now senior associate athletics directors. Chief of staff Walter Dickey has been bumped to deputy athletics director.

    Memphis: Southeast Missouri State (FCS) athletic director Mark Alnutt has resigned from his post to become the deputy director of athletics at Memphis.

  • Friday July 3, 2015

    Casper College (CC – WY): Head volleyball coach Angel Sharman has been named athletics director. She replaces Bill Landen, who spent 30 years at the school and the last nine as AD and associate vice president.

  • Thursday July 2, 2015

    ESPN: ESPN has promoted Ilan Ben-Hanan to vice president of college sports programming.

    San Jose State: Mountain West senior associate commissioner/chief financial officer Mike Waller has been announced as San Jose State’s senior associate AD for business operations.

    New Mexico: Athletics director Paul Krebs has agreed to a four-year contract extension through 2018-19. Krebs is the Mountain West’s longest-tenured AD with 10 years on the job.

    New Mexico State: Deputy AD David McCollum will transition to a new role within the athletics department, and Southern Illinois deputy AD Chet Savage has been tapped as his replacement.

  • Tuesday June 30, 2015

    Temple: Former Florida Atlantic athletics director and South Florida executive senior associate athletics director Craig Angelos has been named the deputy AD at Temple.

  • Thursday June 25, 2015

    Carroll College (NAIA – MT): Kyle Baker, who had been serving as the chief of staff, has been named interim athletic director, following the departure of Curt Apsey for the Boise State AD position.

    UW-Platteville: Mark Molesworth will retire from the AD position in the first week of January 2016.

    Oregon State: Athletic director Todd Stansbury will have a $500,000 base salary annually as part of a five-year deal, according to reports from the Oregon media. His incentives can bring his total compensation as high as $685,000 per year. Key bonuses include: $30,000 for football reaching the Pac-12 championship game, Rose Bowl or other CFB Playoff game. $30,000 for men’s basketball reaching the Pac-12 championship game, NIT or NCAA tournament milestones, $30,000 for APR successes, $20,000 fundraising related, etc…