Part II with NACDA Executive Director Bob Vecchione focuses on NACDA's expertise in the event space and his perspective on partnerships vs. competition.
NACDA Executive Director, Bob Vecchione, chats today on 1.Q about the new Athletic Director-only Spring Symposium.
In Part II of his 1.Q interview, UMBC AD Tim Hall covers the growth of the Retrievers Lacrosse program and brand in their diverse market.
In today's 1.Q, UMBC Athletic Director Tim Hall analyzes the alignment he & President Hrabowski share on the approach to leadership, how they stay in constant communication given their combined travel schedules, plus more.
In today's 1.Q, Tailgate Guys President and CEO, Parker Duffey shares the founding story of Tailgate Guys, the growth of the company since then, and the recent acquisition of Gameday Tents.
CEO Patti Phillips shares details on the switch from NACWAA to Women Leaders in College Sports in today's 1.Q.
Part II with The Citadel Athletic Director Jim Senter centers on the hiring of Head Coaches who fit the unique dynamics of an institution.
Citadel Athletic Director Jim Senter provides feedback on the challenges and opportunities associated with fundraising at a public institution vs. a private institution in today's 1.Q.
Today, South Alabama AD Joel Erdmann switches diamond sports to talk Jaguars Softball. Erdmann discusses their high-level of success, culture, the Women's College World Series, plus more.
In today's 1.Q, South Alabama AD Joel Erdmann discusses jaguars baseball and provides perspective on the quality of product the fans and student-athletes experience.
Part II with Georgia AD Greg McGarity covers the importance of ADs being at games to take-in team dynamics, being head-on with coaches to address issues, and managing donors' expectations.
In today's 1.Q, University of Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity shares details on how he connects with Georgia head coaches and stresses the importance of constant communication to remove road blocks.
With the season only a week away, Campbell AD Bob Roller talks Camels' baseball including the skill of identifying and hiring head coaches at the mid-major level.
In Part II of his 1.Q interview, Turnkey Search Managing Director Gene DeFilippo discusses the recent hires of Greg Byrne at Alabama and Scott Stricklin at Florida. He also emphasizes the need for ADs to master telling their brand's story and discusses the quick growth of Turnkey Search.
Turnkey Search Managing Director Gene DeFilippo begins this 1.Q by reflecting on the recent hire of Greg Byrne as the new AD at Alabama. Further, DeFilippo notes the challenge of keeping an AD search as quiet and confidential as possible and to what extent he checks on what's going on in the media during a search process.
In today's 1.Q, Portland Business Journal's Matthew Kish reviews the $6M deal between Rutgers and Adidas including his prospective on the largest apparel deals in the industry including Nike & Under Armour.
In Part II of his 1.Q interview, Miami (OH) AD Sayler discusses Redhawks football, a major facility project on the horizon, and his strategic approach to meet the $80M goal for the "Graduating Champions" campaign.
In today's 1.Q, Miami University AD David Sayler discusses his $80M fundraising campaign for the Redhawks and dives into the benefits and challenges of taking on an athletics-only campaign.
Part II with Villanova Athletic Director Mark Jackson covers his time as Senior Associate AD & Chief Innovation Officer at USC, the changing media landscape, and shares his perspective on the coming renovation to VU's Pavilion, plus more.
Today's 1.Q starts with Villanova AD Mark Jackson. Topics covered include the residual effects of last year's championship win on the Villanova brand including recruitment; and how he structures his staff's annual retreat.
More from the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Mark Anderson on the AD search at UNLV. Topics covered include President Jessup's preference to have head coaches be the front for fundraising, the financial and influential impact of the Feritta family, and the importance of the incoming football operations complex.
Today's 1.Q features Las Vegas Review-Journal's Mark Anderson. Listen in as he discusses the UNLV Athletic Director Search and the skill set the new AD should possess. Anderson also touches on how the Oakland Raiders move might play a role in the process.