List of NCAA Division I athletic directors

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The following is a list of NCAA Division I universities in the United States (listed alphabetically by their schools' athletic brand name) and their current athletic director. This list only includes schools playing Division I football or men's basketball. Schools are alphabetized by commonly used short name, regardless of their official name. The abbreviation "St.", for "Saint", is alphabetized as if it were spelled out.

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Athletic directors

SchoolAthletic directorPrimary conferenceState
Abilene Christian Allen Ward WAC Texas
Air Force Nathan Pine MW Colorado
Akron Charles Guthrie MAC Ohio
Alabama A&M Bryan Hicks SWAC Alabama
Alabama Greg Byrne SEC Alabama
Alabama State Jennifer Lynne Williams SWAC Alabama
Albany Mark Benson America East New York
Alcorn State Derek Horne [1] SWAC Mississippi
American Billy Walker Patriot League District of Columbia
Appalachian State Doug Gillin Sun Belt North Carolina
Arizona Dave Heeke Pac-12 Arizona
Arizona State Ray Anderson Pac-12 Arizona
Arkansas Hunter Yurachek SEC Arkansas
Arkansas State Tom Bowen Sun Belt Arkansas
Arkansas-Pine Bluff Chris Robinson SWAC Arkansas
Army Mike Buddie Patriot League New York
Auburn Allen Greene SEC Alabama
Austin Peay Gerald Harrison OVC Tennessee
Ball State Beth Goetz MAC Indiana
Baylor Mack Rhoades Big 12 Texas
Bellarmine Scott Wiegandt ASUN Kentucky
Belmont Scott Corley OVC Tennessee
Bethune–Cookman Reggie Theus SWAC Florida
Binghamton Patrick Elliott America East New York
Boise State Jeramiah Dickey MW Idaho
Boston College Patrick Kraft ACC Massachusetts
Boston University Drew Marrochello Patriot League Massachusetts
Bowling Green Bob Moosbrugger [2] MAC Ohio
Bradley Chris Reynolds MVC Illinois
Brown Vacant Ivy League Rhode Island
Bryant Bill Smith NEC Rhode Island
Bucknell Jermaine Truax Patriot League Pennsylvania
Buffalo Mark Alnutt MAC New York
Butler Barry Collier Big East Indiana
BYU Tom Holmoe WCC Utah
Cal Poly Don Oberhelman Big West California
Cal State Bakersfield Ziggy Siegfried [3] Big West California
Cal State Fullerton Jim Donovan Big West California
Cal State Northridge Michael Izzi Big West California
California Jim Knowlton Pac-12 California
California Baptist Tyler Mariucci WAC California
Campbell Omar Banks (interim) Big South North Carolina
Canisius Bill Maher MAAC New York
Central Arkansas Brad Teague ASUN Arkansas
Central Connecticut Thomas Pincince (interim) NEC Connecticut
Central Michigan Amy Folan MAC Michigan
Charleston Southern Jeff Barber Big South South Carolina
Charlotte Mike Hill C-USA North Carolina
Chattanooga Mark Wharton SoCon Tennessee
Chicago State Chris Zorich WAC
(conference TBD in 2022)
Illinois
Cincinnati Mike Bohn American Ohio
The Citadel Robert Acunto (interim) SoCon South Carolina
Clemson Dan Radakovich ACC South Carolina
Cleveland State Scott Garrett Horizon League Ohio
Coastal Carolina Matt Hogue Sun Belt South Carolina
Colgate Nicki Moore Patriot League New York
Charleston Matt Roberts CAA South Carolina
Colorado Rick George Pac-12 Colorado
Colorado State Joe Parker MW Colorado
Columbia Peter Pilling Ivy League New York
Coppin State Derek Carter MEAC Maryland
Cornell J. Andrew Noel Ivy League New York
Creighton Marcus Blossom Big East Nebraska
Dartmouth Peter Roby Ivy League New Hampshire
Davidson Chris Clunie A-10 North Carolina
Dayton Neil Sullivan A-10 Ohio
Delaware Christine Rawak CAA Delaware
Delaware State Alecia Shields-Gadson (interim) MEAC Delaware
Denver Karlton Creech Summit League Colorado
DePaul DeWayne Peevy Big East Illinois
Detroit Mercy Robert C. Vowels Horizon League Michigan
Dixie State Jason Boothe WAC Utah
Drake Brian Hardin MVC Iowa
Drexel Maisha Kelly CAA Pennsylvania
Duke Kevin White ACC North Carolina
Duquesne Greg Amodio A-10 Pennsylvania
East Carolina Jon Gilbert American North Carolina
East Tennessee State Dave Mullins SoCon Tennessee
Eastern Illinois Tom Michael OVC Illinois
Eastern Kentucky Matt Roan ASUN Kentucky
Eastern Michigan Scott Wetherbee MAC Michigan
Eastern Washington Lynn Hickey Big Sky Washington
Elon Dave Blank CAA North Carolina
Evansville John Stanley MVC Indiana
Fairfield Eugene Doris MAAC Connecticut
Fairleigh Dickinson David Langford NEC New Jersey
FIU Pete Garcia C-USA Florida
Florida Scott Stricklin SEC Florida
Florida A&M Kortne Gosha SWAC Florida
Florida Atlantic Brian White C-USA Florida
Florida Gulf Coast Ken Kavanagh ASUN Florida
Florida State David Coburn ACC Florida
Fordham David Roach A-10 New York
Fresno State Terry Tumey MW California
Furman Mike Buddie SoCon South Carolina
Gardner–Webb Chuck Burch Big South North Carolina
George Mason Brad Edwards A-10 Virginia
George Washington Tanya Vogel A-10 District of Columbia
Georgetown Lee Reed Big East District of Columbia
Georgia Josh Brooks SEC Georgia
Georgia Southern Jared Benko Sun Belt Georgia
Georgia State Charlie Cobb Sun Belt Georgia
Georgia Tech Todd Stansbury [4] ACC Georgia
Gonzaga Chris Standiford WCC Washington
Grambling State David Ponton SWAC Louisiana
Grand Canyon Jamie Boggs WAC Arizona
Green Bay Charles Guthrie Horizon League Wisconsin
Hampton Eugene Marshall Jr. Big South Virginia
Hartford Maria Feeley (interim) America East
(Division III conference TBA in 2023)
Connecticut
Harvard Bob Scalise Ivy League Massachusetts
Hawaiʻi David A. K. Matlin Big West Hawaii
High Point Dan Hauser Big South North Carolina
Hofstra Rick Cole CAA New York
Holy Cross Tom Robbins (interim) Patriot League Massachusetts
Houston Baptist Steve Moniaci Southland Texas
Houston Chris Pezman American Texas
Howard Kery Davis MEAC District of Columbia
Idaho Terry Gawlik Big Sky Idaho
Idaho State Pauline Thiros Big Sky Idaho
Illinois Josh Whitman Big Ten Illinois
Illinois State Larry Lyons MVC Illinois
Incarnate Word Brian Wickstrom Southland Texas
Indiana Scott Dolson Big Ten Indiana
Indiana State Sherard Clinkscales MVC Indiana
Iona Matt Glovaski MAAC New York
Iowa Gary Barta Big Ten Iowa
Iowa State Jamie Pollard Big 12 Iowa
IUPUI Roderick Perry Horizon League Indiana
Jackson State Ashley Robinson SWAC Mississippi
Jacksonville Alex Ricker-Gilbert ASUN Florida
Jacksonville State Greg Seitz ASUN Alabama
James Madison Jeff Bourne CAA Virginia
Kansas Travis Goff Big 12 Kansas
Kansas City Brandon Martin Summit League Missouri
Kansas State Gene Taylor [5] Big 12 Kansas
Kennesaw State Milton Overton ASUN Georgia
Kent State Joel Nielsen MAC Ohio
Kentucky Mitch Barnhart SEC Kentucky
La Salle Tom Brennan A-10 Pennsylvania
Lafayette Sherryta Freeman Patriot League Pennsylvania
Lamar Marco Born WAC Texas
Lehigh Joe Sterrett Patriot League Pennsylvania
Liberty Ian McCaw ASUN Virginia
Lipscomb Philip Hutcheson ASUN Tennessee
Little Rock Chasse Conque Sun Belt Arkansas
LIU William Martinov Jr. NEC New York
Long Beach State Cindy Masner (interim) Big West California
Longwood Michelle Meadows Big South Virginia
Louisiana Bryan Maggard Sun Belt Louisiana
Louisiana–Monroe Scott McDonald Sun Belt Louisiana
Louisiana Tech Eric Wood C-USA Louisiana
Louisville Vince Tyra ACC Kentucky
Loyola–Chicago Steve Watson MVC Illinois
Loyola (MD) Donna Woodruff Patriot League Maryland
Loyola Marymount Craig Pintens WCC California
LSU Scott Woodward SEC Louisiana
Maine Ken Ralph America East Maine
Manhattan Marianne Reilly MAAC New York
Marist Tim Murray MAAC New York
Marquette Bill Scholl Big East Wisconsin
Marshall Mike Hamrick C-USA West Virginia
Maryland Damon Evans Big Ten Maryland
UMES Keith Davidson MEAC Maryland
McNeese State Heath Schroyer Southland Louisiana
Memphis Tom Bowen American Tennessee
Mercer Jim Cole SoCon Georgia
Merrimack Jeremy Gibson NEC Massachusetts
Miami (Florida) Blake James [6] ACC Florida
Miami (Ohio) David Sayler MAC Ohio
Michigan Warde Manuel Big Ten Michigan
Michigan State Bill Beekman Big Ten Michigan
Middle Tennessee Chris Massaro C-USA Tennessee
Milwaukee Amanda Braun Horizon League Wisconsin
Minnesota Mark Coyle Big Ten Minnesota
Mississippi State John Cohen SEC Mississippi
Mississippi Valley State Dianthia Ford-Kee SWAC Mississippi
Missouri Jim Sterk SEC Missouri
Missouri State Kyle Moats MVC Missouri
Monmouth Marilyn McNeil MAAC New Jersey
Montana Kent Haslam Big Sky Montana
Montana State Peter Fields Big Sky Montana
Morehead State Jaime Gordon OVC Kentucky
Morgan State Dr. Edward Scott MEAC Maryland
Mount St. Mary's Lynne Robinson NEC Maryland
Murray State Kevin Saal OVC Kentucky
Navy Chet Gladchuk Jr. Patriot League Maryland
NC State Boo Corrigan ACC North Carolina
Nebraska Trev Alberts Big Ten Nebraska
Nevada Doug Knuth MW Nevada
New Hampshire Marty Scarano America East New Hampshire
New Mexico Eddie Nuñez MW New Mexico
New Mexico State Mario Moccia WAC New Mexico
New Orleans Tim Duncan Southland Louisiana
Niagara Simon B. Gray MAAC New York
Nicholls K. Matthew Roan Southland Louisiana
NJIT Lenny Kaplan America East New Jersey
Norfolk State Marty Miller MEAC Virginia
North Alabama Mark Linder ASUN Alabama
North Carolina Bubba Cunningham ACC North Carolina
North Carolina A&T Earl Hilton Big South North Carolina
North Carolina Central Ingrid Wicker McCree MEAC North Carolina
North Dakota Bill Chaves Summit League North Dakota
North Dakota State Matt Larsen Summit League North Dakota
North Florida Lee Moon ASUN Florida
North Texas Wren Baker C-USA Texas
Northeastern Jeff Konya A-10 Massachusetts
Northern Arizona Mike Marlow Big Sky Arizona
Northern Illinois Sean Frazier MAC Illinois
Northern Iowa David Harris MVC Iowa
Northern Kentucky Ken Bothof Horizon League Kentucky
Northwestern State Greg Burke Southland Louisiana
Northwestern Janna Blais (Interim) Big Ten Illinois
Notre Dame Jack Swarbrick ACC Indiana
Oakland Steve Waterfield Horizon League Michigan
Ohio Julie Cromer MAC Ohio
Ohio State Gene Smith Big Ten Ohio
Oklahoma Joe Castiglione Big 12 Oklahoma
Oklahoma State Chad Weiberg Big 12 Oklahoma
Old Dominion Wood Selig C-USA Virginia
Ole Miss Keith Carter SEC Mississippi
Omaha Mike Kemp (interim) Summit League Nebraska
Oral Roberts Mike Carter Summit League Oklahoma
Oregon Rob Mullens Pac-12 Oregon
Oregon State Scott Barnes Pac-12 Oregon
Pacific Janet Lucas WCC California
Penn Alanna Shanahan Ivy League Pennsylvania
Penn State Sandy Barbour Big Ten Pennsylvania
Pepperdine Steve Potts WCC California
Pittsburgh Heather Lyke ACC Pennsylvania
Portland Scott Leykam WCC Oregon
Portland State Valerie Cleary Big Sky Oregon
Prairie View A&M Fred Washington SWAC Texas
Presbyterian Dee Nichols (interim) Big South South Carolina
Princeton John Mack Ivy League New Jersey
Providence Robert Driscoll Big East Rhode Island
Purdue Mike Bobinski Big Ten Indiana
Purdue Fort Wayne Kelley Hartley Hutton Horizon League Indiana
Quinnipiac Jack McDonald MAAC Connecticut
Radford Robert Lineburg Big South Virginia
Rhode Island Thorr Bjorn A-10 Rhode Island
Rice Joe Karlgaard C-USA Texas
Richmond John Hardt A-10 Virginia
Rider Don Harnum MAAC New Jersey
Robert Morris Craig Coleman Horizon League Pennsylvania
Rutgers Pat Hobbs Big Ten New Jersey
Sacramento State Mark Orr Big Sky California
Sacred Heart Bobby Valentine NEC Connecticut
St. Bonaventure Joe Manhertz A-10 New York
Saint Francis Susan Robinson Fruchtl NEC Pennsylvania
St. Francis Brooklyn Irma Garcia NEC New York
St. John's Mike Cragg Big East New York
Saint Joseph's Jill Bodensteiner A-10 Pennsylvania
Saint Louis Chris May A-10 Missouri
Saint Mary's Mike Matoso WCC California
Saint Peter's Rachelle Paul MAAC New Jersey
St. Thomas Phil Esten Summit League Minnesota
Sam Houston Bobby Williams WAC Texas
Samford Martin Newton SoCon Alabama
San Diego State John David Wicker [7] MW California
San Diego Bill McGillis WCC California
San Francisco Joan McDermott WCC California
San Jose State Marie Tuite MW California
Santa Clara Renee Baumgartner WCC California
Seattle Shaney Fink WAC Washington
Seton Hall Bryan Felt Big East New Jersey
Siena John D'Argenio MAAC New York
SIU Edwardsville Tim Hall OVC Illinois
SMU Rick Hart American Texas
South Alabama Joel Erdmann Sun Belt Alabama
South Carolina Ray Tanner SEC South Carolina
South Carolina State Stacy Danley MEAC South Carolina
South Dakota David Herbster Summit League South Dakota
South Dakota State Justin Sell Summit League South Dakota
South Florida Michel Kelly American Florida
Southeast Missouri State Brady Barke OVC Missouri
Southeastern Louisiana Jay Artigues Southland Louisiana
Southern Illinois Liz Jarnigan MVC Illinois
Southern Roman Banks SWAC Louisiana
Southern Miss Jeremy McClain C-USA Mississippi
Southern Utah Debbie Corum Big Sky
(WAC in 2022)
Utah
Stanford Bernard Muir Pac-12 California
Stephen F. Austin Ryan Ivey WAC Texas
Stetson Jeff Altier ASUN Florida
Stony Brook Shawn Heilbron America East New York
Syracuse John Wildhack ACC New York
Tarleton Lonn Reisman WAC Texas
TCU Jeremiah Donati Big 12 Texas
Temple Fran Dunphy American Pennsylvania
Tennessee State Mikki Allen OVC Tennessee
Tennessee Tech Mark Wilson OVC Tennessee
Tennessee Danny White SEC Tennessee
UT Martin Kurt McGuffin OVC Tennessee
Texas A&M Ross Bjork SEC Texas
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Scott Lazenby Southland Texas
Texas Chris Del Conte Big 12 Texas
Texas Southern Kevin Granger SWAC Texas
Texas State Don Coryell Sun Belt Texas
Texas Tech Kirby Hocutt Big 12 Texas
Toledo Mike O'Brien MAC Ohio
Towson Tim Leonard CAA Maryland
Troy Brent Jones Sun Belt Alabama
Tulane Troy Dannen American Louisiana
Tulsa Derrick Gragg American Oklahoma
UAB Mark Ingram C-USA Alabama
UC Davis Vacant Big West California
UC Irvine Paula Smith Big West California
UC Riverside Vacant Big West California
UC San Diego Earl W. Edwards Big West California
UC Santa Barbara John McCutcheon Big West California
UCF Terry Mohajir American Florida
UCLA Martin Jarmond Pac-12 California
UConn David Benedict Big East Connecticut
UIC Michael Lipitz Horizon League Illinois
UMass Ryan Bamford A-10 Massachusetts
UMass Lowell Peter Casey America East Massachusetts
UMBC Brian Barrio America East Maryland
UNC Asheville Janet Cone Big South North Carolina
UNCG Kim Record SoCon North Carolina
UNC Wilmington Jimmy Bass CAA North Carolina
UNLV Desiree Reed-Francois MW Nevada
USC Mike Bohn Pac-12 California
USC Upstate Daniel Feig Big South South Carolina
UT Arlington Jim Baker Sun Belt Texas
Utah Mark Harlan Pac-12 Utah
Utah State John Hartwell MW Utah
Utah Valley Dr. Jared Sumsion WAC Utah
UTEP Jim Senter C-USA Texas
UTRGV Rick Anderson (interim) WAC Texas
UTSA Lisa Campos C-USA Texas
Valparaiso Mark LaBarbera MVC Indiana
Vanderbilt Candice Storey Lee SEC Tennessee
VCU Ed McLaughlin A-10 Virginia
Vermont Jeff Schulman America East Vermont
Villanova Mark Jackson Big East Pennsylvania
Virginia Carla Williams ACC Virginia
Virginia Tech Whit Babcock ACC Virginia
VMI Dave Diles Jr. SoCon Virginia
Wagner Walt Hameline NEC New York
Wake Forest John Currie ACC North Carolina
Washington Jennifer Cohen Pac-12 Washington
Washington State Patrick Chun Pac-12 Washington
Weber State Tim Crompton (interim) Big Sky Utah
West Virginia Shane Lyons Big 12 West Virginia
Western Carolina Alex Gary SoCon North Carolina
Western Illinois Danielle Surprenant Summit League Illinois
Western Kentucky Todd Stewart C-USA Kentucky
Western Michigan Kathy Beauregard MAC Michigan
Wichita State Darron Boatright [8] American Kansas
William & Mary Samantha K. Huge CAA Virginia
Winthrop Ken Halpin [9] Big South South Carolina
Wisconsin Chris McIntosh Big Ten Wisconsin
Wofford Richard Johnson SoCon South Carolina
Wright State Bob Grant Horizon League Ohio
Wyoming Tom Burman MW Wyoming
Xavier Greg Christopher Big East Ohio
Yale Victoria Chun Ivy League Connecticut
Youngstown State Ron Strollo Horizon League Ohio

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