Dannen Named to the NCAA Constitution Committee

NEW ORLEANS – Tulane Director of Athletics Troy Dannen is 1 of 23 collegiate athletic leaders that will provide on the NCAA Constitution Committee. The announcement arrived on Tuesday afternoon from the NCAA Board of Governors. 

The 23-member committee, which signifies all a few collegiate athletics divisions, will target on proposing strategies to reshape the landscape of collegiate athletics. Dannen is just one of 4 present Division I athletic administrators on the countrywide committee.

“I am humbled and honored to be selected by the NCAA Board of Governors to serve as a member of the Constitution Committee,” Dannen reported. “Intercollegiate athletics is at a crossroads and we will have to appear with each other to forge a new path ahead. I glimpse ahead to operating really hard alongside my fellow Committee customers to analyze the options for our potential.”

With his appointment to the Constitution Committee, Dannen now serves on 3 current NCAA Committees. Dannen also at the moment serves as the Chair of the NCAA Soccer Competitiveness Committee and is a member of the NCAA Football Oversight Committee.

The goal of the committee will be to discover the core rules that define school sports activities and propose a new governance model that lets for quicker alter without the need of sacrificing broader values, when either reaffirming or redefining people values. The committee will be chaired by former U.S. Secretary of Protection Robert Gates, 1 of five impartial customers of the Board of Governors and previous president at Texas A&M.

“Each of the appointees delivers essential perception on the transformation that is necessary for the upcoming,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said. “The time is now for substantive modify. And potential improve will have to emphasis on serving scholar-athletes.”

Leadership bodies from all 3 NCAA divisions offered nominations for the review committee. From those nominees, the board appointed college presidents, meeting commissioners, athletics administrators and pupils from Divisions I, II and III, and unbiased customers of the Board of Governors.

The committee roster features:

  • Brad Bankston — Commissioner, Outdated Dominion Athletic Convention.
  • Sandy Barbour — Vice president for intercollegiate athletics, Penn Point out.
  • Dean Bresciani — President, North Dakota Point out.
  • Greg Christopher — Vice president for administration, director of athletics, Xavier.
  • Mary Sue Coleman — Previous president, Association of American Universities, impartial board member.
  • Troy Dannen — Director of athletics, Tulane.
  • John DeGioia — President, Georgetown.
  • Robert Gates (chair) — Previous U.S. secretary of protection, previous president, Texas A&M, unbiased board member.
  • Robin Harris — Executive director, The Ivy League.
  • Chris Howard — President, Robert Morris.
  • Gayle Hutchinson — President, Chico Condition.
  • Jim Johnson — Director of athletics, Pittsburg Point out.
  • Megan Koch — Observe and subject, Colorado Higher education.
  • Linda Livingstone — President, Baylor.
  • Shane Lyons — Director of athletics, affiliate vice president, West Virginia.
  • Madeleine McKenna — Volleyball, California College of Pennsylvania.
  • Fayneese Miller — President, Hamline.
  • Jere Morehead — President, Ga.
  • Gloria Nevarez — Commissioner, West Coast Meeting.
  • Jim Phillips — Commissioner, Atlantic Coastline Meeting.
  • Julie Ruppert — Commissioner, Northeast-10 Conference.
  • Darryl Sims — Director of athletics, Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
  • Kendall Spencer — Track and area, New Mexico.

The Board of Governors recently announced its historic final decision to convene a specific constitutional convention in November, with action predicted to be taken at the NCAA Conference in January. The exclusive constitutional conference is meant to suggest dramatic alterations to the NCAA structure to reimagine factors of college or university athletics so the Affiliation can much more correctly satisfy the requirements of present and future higher education athletes.

The Constitution Committee will get started its operate promptly. In November, the committee will post for membership responses a operating draft of its proposals. The distinctive constitutional convention will convene no later than Nov. 15. The ultimate proposals will be provided to the NCAA Board of Governors by Dec. 15 and scheduled for votes in January by the entire membership at the NCAA Conference.

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