June 19th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

After doing the job for more than a year, Jeff Malby no longer needs a disclaimer. Malby was officially named the Rocky Mountain College director of athletics last week after serving as the university’s interim AD since February of 2018. Malby told MTN Sports of his title change at the Frontier Conference athletic directors meeting at the Lodge at Whitefish Lake on Tuesday. It’s been a whirlwind 15 months for Malby on the job. He had to hire two new head coaches — Yang Yang in volleyball and Chris Stutzriem in football — to join a department that features 14 sports, seven of which participated in the NAIA postseason in the past year. “Thrown in the fire, I have to manage people a lot differently,” Malby said. Malby, a Three Forks native, has a long history with Rocky Mountain College. He graduated from the school in 1984 and has coached with both the men’s and women’s basketball programs in different stints, returning to RMC in 2014 after coaching at the high school level. – Slim Kimmel, montanasports – Read More

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