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The Record: Jan. 30, 2018

Presidents and chancellors

Harlan M. Sands was selected as president of Cleveland State after serving as CFO at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania … College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell announced he will retire this summer … Barbara Jean Morris was named president of SUNY Oneonta.

Athletics directors

Mark Sandy, a longtime coach and administrator in collegiate athletics, announced plans to retire as Ball State’s director of athletics at the end of June … Kayne Gutierrez, assistant athletics director for compliance at Alaska Fairbanks, will serve as the university’s interim athletics director … David Wright, Gettysburg assistant vice president for athletics and development officer, announced he is resigning to become headmaster of Subiaco Academy in Arkansas … Brevard’s Director of Athletics Juan Mascaro, who also serves as vice president for strategic planning and athletics and head women’s soccer coach, now will serve as the school's vice president for strategy and operations. Jamie Atkinson will serve as interim athletics director … Steve Brockelbank was selected to lead Muskingum’s athletics department as vice president and athletics director, effective April 1.

Associate athletics directors

David Tagliarino has been named deputy athletics director at Houston, his alma mater.

Assistant athletics directors

Mike Bazemore, who spent the past eight years as the associate athletics director for business operations at UC Davis, was named assistant athletics director for business, facilities and events at San Jose State … Northwestern-St. Paul promoted Jay Hilbrands to assistant athletics director for external relations and operations.

Coaches

Men’s and women’s cross country and track and field

Jake Shaver was chosen as head coach of the men’s track and field and cross country programs at his alma mater, Augustana (Illinois) … LaGrange named Jasen Jonus head coach for men’s and women’s cross country. Jonus will continue as men’s basketball associate head coach.

Field hockey

Kellina Yarrish, who spent the past three seasons as head coach at Cedar Crest, was named head coach at McDaniel.

Football

MIT head coach Chad Martinovich resigned to become head coach at Rochester (New York).

Men’s and women’s lacrosse

Trey Wilkes, a former captain at Ohio State, joined the men’s team at Delaware as a volunteer assistant coach.

Men’s and women’s soccer

Massachusetts hired Jason Dowiak as head coach of the women’s program. Dowiak spent five years at South Florida, most recently as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator … Greg Ryan will not return next season as Michigan’s head women’s coach after 10 years in the position … Sinead McSharry was named head coach of the women’s team at St. Lawrence. She spent five years as the assistant women’s coach, recruiting coordinator, and strength and conditioning coach at Hamilton.

Men’s and women’s tennis assistants

Delaware named Kelly Anderson as the program’s first full-time assistant coach. Anderson previously was women’s head coach at Stetson … Washington and Lee appointed Mike Palacio Jr. as assistant men’s coach. Palacio served as head coach of the women’s team and an exercise, wellness and sport professor at Imperial Valley College in Imperial, California, for the past seven years.

Beach volleyball and men’s and women’s volleyball

Creighton women’s assistant coach Ryan Meek accepted the head coaching position of the women’s team at High Point … Andrew Brown was hired as head coach of the New York University women’s team. Over the past three seasons, he served as head coach at Union (New York).

Beach volleyball and men’s and women’s volleyball assistants

Dave Brown, who spent the past four seasons on the staff at Southern Mississippi, was named associate head coach of the women’s team at Loyola Chicago.

Deaths

Brian Baldea, associate director of athletics and former head baseball coach at Chicago, died Dec. 5 at age 62 … Harold R. “Tubby” Raymond, who coached football during a nearly 50-year career at Delaware, died Dec. 8 after a brief illness. Raymond, who won 300 games and three national championships at Delaware and was one of the innovators of the famous Wing-T offense, was 92.