The NCAA has recently launched their search to hire a new executive vice president to oversee the Association’s regulatory functions.
University of Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich is one of nine people selected by NCAA President Mark Emmert has named to his search committee to help identify candidates for the new gig.
–David Berst, vice president of Division I, NCAA
–Greg Byrne, vice president for athletics, University of Arizona
–John Cochrane, director of athletics, Cornell College (Iowa)
–Carolyn Schlie Femovich, commissioner, Patriot League
–Jeremy Foley, director of athletics, University of Florida
–Lynn Hickey, director of athletics, University of Texas at San Antonio
–Tom Jurich, vice president & director of athletics, University of Louisville
–Gene Smith, vice president & director of athletics, The Ohio State University
–Carolyn Stone, director of athletics, Palm Beach Atlantic University
According the NCAA’s press release, the new executive vice president will for the first time bring all NCAA national office regulatory functions – Academic and Membership Affairs, the Eligibility Center and Enforcement – under one umbrella. The position was created following the recent restructuring in senior staff announced last month by Emmert.