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Front Page - Wed, Jul. 9, 2014

CLEVELAND – The members of the National Alliance of Two Year College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) selected Tim Drain, director of athletics at Tyler Junior College, to serve as President for 2014-15.

"Jack Sullivan was an outstanding leader for our organization throughout 2013-14," stated Drain.  "I want to thank everyone that helped make the 2014 Convention another great success, including our sponsors and Executive Committee members.  I'm looking forward to leading NATYCAA throughout the next year as we continue our commitment to advance two-year college athletics."

 

Also elected to serve NATYCAA during 2014-15 were 1st Vice President Kulwant Singh, AD at De Anza College; 2nd Vice President John Scarpino, AD at Seminole Community College; 3rd Vice President Albert Gasparian, AD at Golden West College; Secretary Brenda Hampton, AD at Iowa Western CC; and Treasurer Gary Broadhurst, AD at Mohawk Valley CC.

2014-15 Executive Committee members include the following directors of athletics: Dudley "Skip" Bailey, Munroe CC; Wayne Baker, Odessa College; Amber Burdge, Neosho CC; Ron Case, Gloucester County College; Tammie Davis, West Texas College; Don Dutcher, Herkimer CC; Charles Guthrie, Clark College; Marci Henry, Northeastern Junior College; Rick Hitt, South Florida State; Laurie Huber, Oakland CC; Dan Huntley, Marshalltown CC; John Jackson, Dean College; Derrick Johnson, Riverside City CC; Jay Mehroff, East Central College; Jean Musgjerd, Rochester Community & Technical; Bob Peters, Centralia College; Michelle Ruble, College of Southern Maryland; Greg Silcox, Paradise Valley CC; Doug Spiwak, Harper College; Joe Tubb, South Plains College; Troy Tucker, Northampton CC; and Ed Yeager, Chandler-Gilbert CC.  Also serving on the Executive Committee are Marco Azurdia, executive director, Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges; Carlyle Carter, Executive Director & CEO/president, California Community College Athletic Association; and Mary Ellen Leicht, executive director, National Junior College Athletic Association.

About NATYCAA: Now in its 27th year, NATYCAA is the professional organization of two year college athletics administrators that is dedicated to the continuing growth and development of two-year college athletics and the individuals involved through an exchange of information, monitoring of legislation, promotion of academic excellence, increasing communication between organizations, and encouraging a high degree of integrity in all endeavors.  Membership is open to all two-year institutions from throughout the country.  For more information on NATYCAA, please visit www.natycaa.com.  NATYCAA is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 50th year. For more information on NACDA and the 14 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.