In late April, D’Angelo Solomon took over the position as Senior Associate Athletic Director of External Affairs. Solomon brings with him a wealth of experience from the Division I Miami University.
The new sports performance center, which is aimed to be completed by fall 2022, has been met with both excitement and uncertainty.
Azama, who has been at the University since 2017, was promoted to the role of Associate Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs in August 2021.
First-year students aren’t the only new arrivals to Washington University this semester. A number of fresh faces will be on the sidelines this fall, including the successor to long-time men’s basketball coach and staple of the athletic department, Mark Edwards.
For the first time in 37 years, Washington University has a new basketball coach.
Members of Washington University’s athletic community are taking part in Division III week this week, with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) promoting events highlighting Wash. U. student-athletes.
This March, when Nancy Fahey announced her move to the University of Illinois, Washington University was faced with finding a new women’s basketball head coach for the first time since 1986. This Monday, the University announced that this search was over, unveiling Randi Henderson as just the third head coach in the history of the women’s basketball program.
After successful finishes across several sports this academic year, including two national championships, Washington University is in position to win one of the most coveted awards in Division III athletics: the Learfield Directors’ Cup.
Washington University has named Anthony J. Azama the John M. Schael Director of Athletics, effective July 1, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Lori White announced Tuesday.
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