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Friday April 18, 2014

Arkansas: Athletic director Jeff Long has named Elvis Moya associate athletic director for marketing and fan development. Moya spent the past eight years at Texas Tech, most recently as the director of marketing and fan promotions.

Thursday April 17, 2014

UNC-Wilmington: Adrianne Swinney has been hired as the senior associate athletic director / senior woman administrator. Swinney most recently held a similar position at Jackson State University (MS) for the past four years.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi: Jimmy Frush has been tabbed as the new associate athletic director for development. Frush most recently served as the director of athletic marketing and external affairs at Belmont University.

Princeton: Mollie Marcoux, a legendary student-athlete at Princeton, has been appointed the University's Ford Family Director of Athletics. She will officially take over on August 4th for Gary Walters, who has announced his retirement after 20 years.

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Missouri State (FCS): Athletics director Kyle Moats has been given a contract extension for "an indefinite term", bumping his pay to $160,302 per year. 

Monday April 14, 2014

Big 5: Outgoing Penn athletics director Steve Blisky will become the executive director of the Philadelphia Big 5 - the organization uniting La Salle, Penn, St. Joseph's, Temple and Villanova - this summer, according to Philly.com. The Big 5 has not had an official executive director since 2006. 

NCAA: Jonathan Duncan has been named the NCAA's VP of Enforcement. He previously held the title on an interim basis. 

Pay-for-play and union talking points: AL.com has put together a great list of talking points for athletic directors to address the recent hot topics of player unionization and paying student athletes. Take a look at those points here.

Saturday April 12, 2014

Florida Gulf Coast (D-I): Athletics director Ken Kavanagh has signed a three-year contract extension, upping his pay to $225,000 per year with a three percent annual raise.