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30 Mar 2011
Tressel announced Luke Fickell as his replacement this fall for the first 5 games.
22 Dec 2010
Suckeye players are being investigated for getting tattoos in exchange for autographs. Suspensions are possible for the bowl game or maybe next season based on how long the investigation takes and if there are any violations found. This could prove a little positive for the Zips next fall.
8 Jun 2010
Zips To Host Ladies Football 101 In Support Of Good Cause
Akron fans are invited to attend the inaugural Ladies Football 101 clinic while also helping a good cause. Zips football coach Rob Ianello, along with his wife Denise, are hosting a Ladies Football 101 event Thursday, June 10 at InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field in support of the Northern Ohio Breast Cancer Coalition Fund. Learn the basics of the game in a relaxed setting and experience Zips Football first-hand.
Your $50 registration ($25 is tax deductible) includes X's and O's with Coach Rob Ianello and on-the-field instruction by the UA assistant coaches. Registrants will receive heavy hors d'oeuvres and beverages (soda, water and wine), a Football 101 T-Shirt, a football equipment presentation and a player panel question and answer session. In addition, all participants will be eligible for prize drawings. There will also be an appearance by Zippy!
Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. June 10 at Gate 2 of InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field. The event kicks-off at 6:00 p.m. and will conclude about 8:00 p.m. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and game day attire. You must be 21 or older to attend. To register, please visit here or call or email Megan Gossens, Director of the Z-Fund, at 330.972.7117 or email@example.com. Space is limited, so register today! Proceeds benefit the Northern Ohio Breast Cancer Coalition Fund.
7 Jun 2010
For immediate release
June 7, 2010
VAN HORNE NAMED ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT
AKRON , Ohio – George Van Horne has been named Associate Athletics Director for Development, UA Director of Athletics Tom Wistrcill announced Monday.
“We are thrilled that George is rejoining our athletic department and remaining at his alma mater in this important leadership role,” Wistrcill said. “There is no one more qualified than a former Zip – and one with nearly 10 years of fundraising experience at Akron – to champion our cause with his fellow student-athletes and all of our donors.”
Van Horne, who has raised more than $25 million for the University of Akron since 2001, boasts a resume of more than nine years of fundraising experience – all at the University. Van Horne served as the Director of Development for Athletics from 2001-04 and most recently was the Director of Development for Major Gifts at the University for the past three years.
“I am excited to be working with our donors, alumni, friends of Zips Athletics, coaches and the entire Athletics staff to help shape the future of our student-athletes by building a sustainable, financially strong department through philanthropic support,” Van Horne said.
Van Horne, who was a pitcher on the Zips’ baseball team from 1994-97, played an integral role in the University completing its “Aspire. Attain. Advance.” Capital Campaign, which reached its goal one year ahead of schedule and $106.5 million above the initial campaign target of $500 million.
Over the last three years, Van Horne secured transformational gifts for the University and the programs the gifts support. In 2007, he brought in the $4.64 million Louis and Freda Stile gift to name the Athletics Field House, the largest gift from an individual in Zips Athletics history. Later that same year, he raised $2.1 million for The Margaret Clark Morgan Endowment Directorship for The Archives of the History of American Psychology.
The former Zips southpaw began his professional career as a graduate assistant in the University’s Department of Athletics in 1999. After nine months, Van Horne was named Interim Assistant Athletics Director/Compliance Coordinator and eventually became the Compliance Coordinator and Events Manager.
In 2001, he moved to athletics development and quickly earned the respect of colleagues and donors while raising funds to support the new Athletics Field House, Indoor Golf Facility, Lee Jackson Football Practice Field and restructured the Men’s Basketball Seat License program, which generated an additional $156,000 from the previous year.
Van Horne was the Director of Development for the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences, the University’s oldest and largest college, from 2004-07. During that time, he designed the college’s $50 million capital campaign and the $30 million capital campaign for the Archives of the History of American Psychology.
A double graduate of the University of Akron , Van Horne, who will officially begin his new position on June 14, earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science. He lives with his wife, Beth, and daughter, Lillian, in Tallmadge , Ohio .
29 Nov 2009
According to the Coastal Carolina forum, it seems they really like Hunter.
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