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NACDA Adds Three Executive Committee Members
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Aug. 10, 2011

CLEVELAND – The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Executive Director Bob Vecchione has announced the appointment of Santa Rosa Junior College Director of Athletics Jim Forkum,  Pittsburg State Director of Athletics Jim Johnson and Ferris State Director of Athletics Perk Weisenburger to the Executive Committee, effective immediately.

Their terms on the Executive Committee will run through June 2015.

The officers elected to serve NACDA during 2011-12 were President Dan Guerrero, director of athletics at UCLA, 1st Vice President Kevin Anderson, director of athletics at the University of Maryland; 2nd Vice President Mike Alden, director of athletics at the University of Missouri; 3rd Vice President Jim Phillips, director of athletics at Northwestern University; and Don Tencher, director of athletics at Rhode Island College, to the first year of a five-year term as secretary.     

Forkum, Johnson and Weisenburger join the following on the Executive Committee -

Cal AD Sandy Barbour, Southern Maine AD Al Bean, Big 12 Commissioner Dan Beebe, Rhode Island Associate AD/SWA Sue Bergen, Denver Vice Chancellor for Athletics Peg Bradley-Doppes, Iowa State Senior Associate AD-Administration Julie Bright, Mohawk Valley CC AD Gary Broadhurst, NCAA Senior VP-Championships Joni Comstock, Notre Dame Deputy AD Missy Conboy, Tulsa AD Bubba Cunningham, John Brown AD Robyn Daugherty, Baylor Senior Associate AD-Compliance, Governance and Risk Assessment Lori Ebihara, Navy AD Chet Gladchuk, Connecticut AD Jeff Hathaway, ECAC Commissioner Rudy Keeling, New Mexico AD Paul Krebs, Buffalo AD Warde Manuel, Big East Commissioner John Marinatto, West Chester AD Ed Matejkovic, Fayetteville State AD Ed McLean, Cal State Monterey Bay AD Vince Otoupal, Carroll AD Bruce Parker, DePaul AD Jean Lenti Ponsetto, Seminole State College of Florida AD John Scarpino, South Plains College AD Joe Tubb, Missouri Valley Football Conference/Pioneer League Commissioner Patty Viverito and Georgia Senior Associate AD Carla Williams.


 

 

About NACDA:  NACDA, now in its 47th year, is the professional and educational association for more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. More than 2,200 athletics administrators annually attend the NACDA Convention. Additionally, NACDA administers 12 professional associations for the separate business units that report directly to the athletics directors.  For more information on NACDA, visit www.nacda.com.

 

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2. UCLA 548.00
3.

North Carolina

503.00
4. Oregon 491.00
5. Penn State 467.50
6. Wsiconsin 430.50
7. Florida State 427.00
8. Colorado 417.00
9. Michigan State 413.00
10.

Washington

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Institution Pts
1. Grand Valley State 660.00
2. Colorado Mesa 440.50
3. LIU Post

431.00

4. Adams State 419.00
5. Wingate 386.50
6. Colorado School of Mines 378.00
7. Simon Fraser 348.00
8. Ashland 341.00
9. Saint Leo 340.00
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Institution Pts
1. Johns Hopkins 450.00
2. Wisconsin Whitewater 421.75
3. Wisconsin La Crosse 408.50
4. Williams 391.50
5. MIT 391.00
6. Mount Union 389.50
7. Wartburg 381.50
8. Christopher Newport 341.00
8. Washington-St. Louis

341.00

10. SUNY Cortland 337.00

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Institution Pts
1. Southern Oregon 589.00
2. Lindsey Wilson 567.50
3. Oklahoma Baptist 553.50
4.

Olivet Nazarene

540.50
5. Wayland Baptist 521.50
6. Morningside 518.50
7.

Oklahoma City

461.25

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9. Cal State San Marcos 382.25
10. Embry-Riddle (FL) 378.50

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