Monday September 1, 2014
Wisconsin: Chad Kimmel has been promoted to assistant athletics director for development.
East Carolina: Jason Steinberg has been hired as director of ticket operations. Steinberg comes to ECU from North Carolina.
Atlantic Sun Conference: The conference has promoted Sherri Booker to executive associate commissioner, John Roberts to assistant commissioner for championships and operations, Patrick McCoy to assistant commissioner for media relations and Keith Hendrix to director of championships. The conference hired Meredith Eaker as associate commissioner for sports administration, Johannes Schneider as coordinator of media relations and Adam Obringer as assistant director of media relations.
UCLA: Senior woman adminstrator Petrina Long has been promoted to executive associate athletic director.
Iona (D-I - NY): Chris Merce has been hired as assistant athletics director for academic services.
Missouri: Ashley Moore has been promoted to senior director of external engagement.
West Virginia: Athletics director Oliver Luck has added an associate vice president title.
Friday August 29, 2014
New Mexico State: School president Garrey Carruthers has announced a 15-person search committee for the Aggies' new athletics director, stating he'd like to have a new AD in place by Jan. 1.
Thursday August 28, 2014
SEC: Commissioner Mike Slive underwent back surgery on Tuesday and will watch games from his home this weekend, the league has announced.
South Florida: Andrew Goodrich, who previously served at USF from 2005-09, will return to Tampa as senior associate athletics director for external operations.
Portland State: Athletic director Toree Chrisholm has announced that he will step down on October 31st. Chrisholm has led the athletic department since May of 2007.
Wednesday August 27, 2014
Wisconsin-Platteville (D-III): Head football coach Mike Emendorfer has added the title and responsibilities of associate AD at UW-Platteville.
Chattanooga (FCS - TN): Scott Altizer has been announced as Chattanooga's new senior associate athletics director for internal operations. He was most recently the director of football operations at Tennessee.
Tuesday August 26, 2014
NCAA: The NCAA has announced that chief operating officer Jim Irsch will retire in early 2015 after transitioning from his role this fall.