Goshen College Hires Athletic Director

Goshen College has hired Dr. Erica Albertin as the college's athletic director. She has served as the college's head athletic trainer since 2018 and previously served as head athletic trainer at Domin... Read More

Neuburger Named FINA Treasurer

  United States Aquatic Sports has announced representative Dale Neuburger has been appointed by the Fédération Internationale De Natation to serve as FINA treasurer. He serves as chairman of the FINA Development Commission and previously served as president of USA Swimming. Neuburger holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and master’s degrees from Indiana University.    […]... Read More

Dyson Named Board Chair of IMS Museum

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum has named Robert Dyson has chairman of the board. He is chairman and CEO of the Dyson-Kissner-Moran Corporation and motorsports team owner and winning driver. Dyson has served on the IMS board since 2011 and succeeds Tony George as board chair.  “The entire board is extremely grateful to Tony for his […]... Read More

Fort Wayne Mad Ants Hire Coach

The NBA G League and Indiana Pacers-affiliated Fort Wayne Mad Ants have announced the hiring of a new head coach just before beginning their 2021 season. Tom Hankins was hired by the Pacers in 2019 as... Read More

Colts Add Diversity Director

The Indianapolis Colts have named Brian A.D Richardson, Jr. director of diversity, equity & inclusion. He most recently held the same position at the Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and En... Read More

Manning Nominated for Hall of Fame

Several former Indianapolis Colts players have been nominated for the 2021 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Among the 14 first-year eligible nominees is former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.... Read More

NCAA Names Senior VP

The NCAA has named Derrick Gragg senior vice president for inclusion, education and community engagement. He will begin the role in October. He currently serves as vice president and director of athletics at the University of Tulsa. Prior to that, Gragg served as athletics director at Eastern Michigan University. He has also served as deputy […]... Read More

Upper Hand Hires Loney

Indianapolis-based Upper Hand has hired Meg Loney as a Product Owner. Loney most recently served as sales representative at Stryker, a Seattle-based medical device company, where she was responsible f... Read More

Stanley Named New Fever Coach

The Indiana Fever have announced Marianne Stanley as its new head coach. Stanley, who was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002, comes to Indianapolis after a nearly 10-year stint... Read More

Lynch Retiring From Coaching

Bill Lynch, DePauw University’s head football coach for eight seasons, has announced plans to retire next year. The university says a search for his successor is currently underway.... Read More

Tribe Announces New Hires

The Indianapolis Indians has hired Kathryn Bobel (pictured) as premium services & events coordinator. She spent nearly three seasons with the Chicago Cubs as a season ticket service...... Read More

NCAA Coordinator Retiring

The NCAA has announced Rogers Redding will retire as national coordinator of football officials. He has served in the position since 2011. Redding began officiating in the Southwest...... Read More

Reiff Returns to Butler University

Ralph Reiff will return to Butler University in the newly-expanded position of Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Health, Performance and Well-Being. Reiff previously served as ...... Read More

NCAA Names Commissioners

The NCAA has chosen Al Skinner (pictured), Steve Lavin (pictured), Gary Waters and Tim Miles as commissioners for College Basketball Academy sites. Skinner will serve in the east region...... Read More

DePauw Soccer Coach Resigns

DePauw University women's soccer head coach Kristina Corona has resigned. She has accepted a position as the 15U-19U girls south director of coaching for the Colorado Rapids Youth...... Read More