In today's 1.Q, Canisius AD Bill Maher touches on the benefits and challenges of being AD at your alma mater, the revenue future of college hockey, and the growth of college lacrosse.
University of Miami AD James continues the conversation in part two of his D1.ticker interview with tips on how to successfully fundraise and discusses the future of college baseball.
In part 1 of his D1.ticker interview, University of Miami Athletic Director Blake James discusses the advantages and disadvantages of being an internal candidate when applying for a new position.
Joe Ovies continues the conversation on the recent ACC-ESPN deal and specifically dives into the best and worst possible outcomes for league, how ESPN could leverage ACC content, and when we could expect to see the deal's true financials.
In today's 1.Q, sports radio host and journalist, Joe Ovies, analyzes key topics in the ACC's TV deal with ESPN and shares insights from his interview with Wasserman Media Group's Dean Jordan.
Colorado State AD Joe Parker shares his experiences as a first-time AD including how he makes decisions, preps for meetings, and stays on top of campus initiatives.
Today's 1.Q features U.S Air Force Academy AD Jim Knowlton. Listen in as he takes us through a typical day of being the AD at Aire Force and discusses the nuances and responsibilities of Air Force students as cadets as well as student-athletes.
Xavier AD Greg Christopher discusses the dynamics involved in hiring head coaches and his experience making hires at Bowling Green, Purdue and Xavier.
In today's 1.Q, Teamworks President Zach Maurides provides an overview of Teamworks and how the company is rapidly impacting the college sports world to benefit overall communication between athletic department staff.
In part 2 of his 1.Q segment, Marquette Athletic Director, Bill Scholl, discusses unique challenges faced by him and the University President and touches on misguided advice currently floating around the sports industry.
In the first of two 1.Q segments, Marquette Athletic Director, Bill Scholl, shares his thoughts on how senior-level or aspiring administrators should think about preparing & positioning themselves to become an AD.
In today's 1.Q, Oakland Athletic Director Jeff Konya provides background on the decision to hire two head baseball coaches for the Grizzlies and also shares insights on how he conducts interviews with candidates.
NAATSO Co-Founder and UC-Davis Director of Ticket Operations, Troy Kirby, continues in his second of two D1.ticker interviews, by comparing industry conferences he regularly attends, sharing insights on how to sell tickets as fan experiences, and discusses the importance of listening.
In today's 1.Q, NAATSO Co-Founder and current Director of Ticket Operations at UC-Davis, Troy Kirby, takes us down memory lane to share insights on the creation of the National Association of Athletic Ticket Sales and Operations.
Part two of UNC- Charlotte AD Rose's D1.ticker interview features stories from Judy's past working with Pat Summitt and Summitt's overall impact on the sports industry.
In part one of her 1.Q interview, UNC-Charlotte Athletic Director Judy Rose discusses the frequency and structure of senior staff meetings and her yearly schedule.
Today's 1. Q, features the University of Iowa's newly appointed Associate AD of Strategic Communications & Marketing, Charlie Taylor. Listen here as he discusses his journey from Oklahoma to Iowa and gives advice on career advancement to young aspiring administrators.
In today's 1.Q, Brown Athletic Director, Jack Hayes, discusses the importance of facility enhancements (both athletic and academic) and how they vastly affect a prospective student's decision-making process when selecting a school.
In today's 1.Q, American University AD Billy Walker discusses his forward-thinking strategy to move the AU athletic department forward and meet new objectives.