June 27th, 2017 | by CollegeAD

On the day one of Michigan’s mid-major universities was preparing to introduce its next athletic director, another is locking up its chief executive to a long-term deal. Oakland University announced Tuesday morning that athletic director Jeff Konya has agreed to extension that will run through 2022, with a raise of about $30,000 a year. Konya, 44, will earn about $210,000 annually under his new deal. He’s the fourth-longest-tenured Division I athletic director in Michigan, behind Kathy Beauregard (Western Michigan), Mark Hollis (Michigan State) and Robert Vowels (Detroit Mercy). – Tony Paul, The Detroit News. Read More.

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