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Spotlight: Regulatory EVP named
As the executive vice president of regulatory affairs, Oliver Luck will focus on bringing national office regulatory functions – academic and membership affairs, the Eligibility Center and enforcement – under one umbrella. Luck, the director of athletics and associate vice president at West Virginia University, will begin at the NCAA national office early next year.
2015 NCAA Convention
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The 2015 NCAA Convention will take place Jan. 15-18 in the Washington, D.C. area.
"I applaud Arizona State University for creating new opportunities for student-athletes. Thanks to today's announcement, more Sun Devils will benefit from the often transformative experiences and life lessons made possible by college athletics."
– Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott discussing the benefits of Arizona State University recently launching a Division I men’s hockey program.
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