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Division II ADA Elects New Board of Directors

July 20, 2009

Cleveland, Ohio - The members of the Division II Athletics Directors Association (DII ADA) have chosen a new set of incoming athletics directors to serve on the Board of Directors to go along with those still serving out their current terms.

Serving the second year of a two-year term are the following DII ADA officers: President Ed Matejkovic, director of athletics at West Chester University; 1st Vice President Greg Waggoner, director of athletics at Western State College of Colorado; 2nd Vice President/Treasurer Anita Barker, director of athletics at California State University Chico; and 3rd Vice President/Secretary Eric Schoh, director of athletics at Wayne State College.

"We had another great membership year within the Division II ADA in 2008-09," stated Matejkovic. "As president of the Association, I am excited to continue to spread the word on Division II and its emphasis on the student-athlete experience achieved through learning, passion, service, resourcefulness, sportsmanship and balance."

The following directors of athletics make up the 2009-10 Board of Directors - Michael Bailey, Virginia Union University; Jack Bishop, Central Washington University; Susan Cassidy-Lyke, Molloy College; Mark Corino, Caldwell College; Earl Edwards, UC San Diego; Ryan Erwin, Dallas Baptist University; Gary Hall, Barton College; Jim Herlihy, University of Montevallo; Dexter Irvin, Dixie State College of Utah; Jim Jackson, Cameron University; Tamica Jones, Clark Atlanta University; Tom Kirinovic, Ferris State University; Mark Linder, University of North Alabama; Roger Maisner, Mansfield University; Joan McDermott, Metropolitan State College of Denver; Joseph Polak, Southern New Hampshire University; Fran Reidy, St. Leo University; Tom Rubbelke, Concordia University, St. Paul; Scott Wiegandt, Bellarmine University; Past President Dave Williams, Missouri Western State University; and Karl Wolf, Shepherd University.



About DII ADA: The DII ADA is the first organization of its kind to provide educational and networking opportunities; enhancement of acceptable operating standards and ethics; and establishment of the overall prestige and understanding of the profession of Division II athletics directors. For more information about the DII ADA, please visit www.div2ada.com. The DII ADA is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 45th year. For more information on NACDA and the 11 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.