Webster University Athletic Director, Scott Kilgallon

April 21st, 2014 | by CollegeAD
Webster University Athletic Director, Scott Kilgallon
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Introducing the next Webster University athletic director, Scott Kilgallon.

For the past decade, Kilgallon has served as director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC). Under Kilgallon’s leadership at UWEC, the institution’s athletic program has ranked in the top 18 during the last seven years among more than 440 Division III schools.

“Scott Kilgallon brings to this position nearly two decades of experience and successful leadership both in building and improving collegiate athletics programs,” said Julian Schuster, Webster University provost, senior vice president and chief operating officer. “In addition, Scott has demonstrated a strong focus on the academic component and his student-athletes’ academic success.

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  • January 7th, 2014—Review of applications for the next Athletic Director will begin in February 2014. Click here to apply.
  • January 15th, 2014—Amy Bommarito and Merry Graf will both be at the NCAA Convention the next couple days and will be available to meet with interested candidates to answer questions about the position, department and university. Please contact Amy Bommarito at [email protected] if you wish to set up a meeting about this position at the NCAA Convention.
  • April 21st, 2014—Scott Kilgallon has been named director of Athletics at Webster University. For the past decade, Kilgallon has served as director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC). Under Kilgallon’s leadership at UWEC, the institution’s athletic program has ranked in the top 18 during the last seven years among more than 440 Division III schools.

 


 

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