The new Boston College AD brought in two high-level administrators, Vaughn Williams and Jocelyn Fisher Gates, as Senior Associate Athletic Directors.
The winningest head coach in Eagles’ football history, a two-time Big East Player of the Year, and a 99-win goaltender round out another talented class of BC’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame.
The soon-to-be youngest AD in the Power Five didn’t reveal details about his plans for BC, but his energy alone was enough to captivate the crowd.
The Ohio State University’s Director of Athletics, Gene Smith, is Martin Jarmond’s mentor. Smith always told Jarmond to stick to a plan and follow its process. Now the AD at BC, Jarmond is doing just that.
After nine years with the Buckeyes, Martin Jarmond will be the youngest AD in the Power Five, as well as BC’s first ever AD of color.
Boston College’s next building will receive a familiar name.
The field house must now seek approval from the Boston Zoning Commission, and will eye a July 2018 completion date.
Boston College has hired Parker Executive Search to help screen and select candidates to be the next Director of Athletics.
Director of Athletics Brad Bates has stepped down after a five-year tenure in which the Eagles’ for-profit sports have consistently failed to win.
Associate head coach Michael Stephens will take Groden’s place leading the men’s and women’s swim teams.