Wednesday June 4, 2014

Nebraska: Paul Meyers, associate athletic director for the Huskies athletic fund, has resigned from his position. Meyers' official bio credits him with raising over $250 million for Husker athletics.

Troy: Athletics director John Hartwell has stated he will remain at Troy and will not pursue the open Georgia State AD job. 

Tuesday June 3, 2014

Texas: Texas has dismissed longtime associate AD for academic support Brian Davis, according to the Austin American-Statesman. 

NCAA: NCAA chief operating officer Jim Isch will leave his post within the next few months according to a report from Yahoo! sports. 

Texas A&M: Kevin Hurley, who has been with the Aggies for 21 years, including the past seven as the associate athletic director for facilities, has been promoted to senior associate athletics director for facilities and construction.

Monday June 2, 2014

George Mason: Brad Edwards, who has served as the athletic director at Jacksonville University since 2012, has been named AD at George Mason.

Boston University: Athletics director Mike Lynch will not return.

Saturday May 31, 2014

Anna Maria (D-III - MA): Laura Habacker, the women's basketball coach and assistant athletics director at Elms College, has been hired as athletics director. 

Georgia State: Former Georgia State head coach Bill Curry told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution he has no interest in becoming the Panthers' next athletics director. Current AD Cheryl Levick announced Friday she will transition to a role as special assistant to university president Mark Becker.

Friday May 30, 2014

Georgia State: Athletic director Cheryl Levick has announced that she will transition to a new role as a special assistant to university president Mark Becker starting July 1. Read more on the move in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Kansas State: Athletic director John Currie will serve as the chair of the Big 12 athletic directors this year.

Purdue: Due to the death of associate AD Tom Reiter back in January, Purdue AD Morgan Burke has announced some changes in duties within the office of sports administration. Senior associate AD Ed Howat will oversee baseball, soccer, as well as men's and women's swimming and diving. Senior associate AD Nancy Cross will oversee women's basketball, men's and women's golf and men's and women's tennis. Associate AD Calvin Williams will take care of men's and women's cross country, softball, men's and women's track and field, volleyball and wrestling. Burke will administer men's basketball and football. All changes are effective July 1.

VCU: Athletic director Ed McLaughlin has been elevated to associated vice president and the board of visitors at VCU has approved a three-year contract extension through 2019 which includes a raise from $210,000 to $271,000.

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