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  • 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.

  • Friday July 24, 2015

    Quinnipiac (D-I – CT): Greg Amodio is the new AD at Quinnipiac.