Clemson Athletic Director Dr. Terry Don Phillips has announced responsibility changes within the school's athletic department.
Phil Grayson, the director of Clemson's student-athlete
enrichment program the last three years, will move his office from
Vickery Hall of the Jervey Athletic Center where he will oversee the
NCAA compliance office, supervise men's and women's tennis and
coordinate the implementation of the department's strategic plan.
Stephanie Ellison and Jess Rigler will handle the
responsibilities of Clemson's NCAA compliance office on a daily basis
and will report to Grayson. Rigler joined the athletic department
on March 14 and Ellison is in her second year as an assistant
athletic director for compliance.
Becky Bowman, Clemson's NCAA Compliance director the last
seven years, will move to Vickery Hall and will oversee the
student-athlete enrichment program.
Linda White, Clemson's Senior Women's Administrator and
associate athletic director, will retire at the end of the academic
year and will be replaced by Barbara Kennedy-Dixon. Kennedy-Dixon
had been Director of Women's Basketball Operations. White will
continue to work for Clemson on a part-time basis as coordinator of
the department's outreach programs.
Former Clemson All-America football player Kyle Young has
been added to the department as an administrator and will report to
Senior Associate Athletic Director Dwight Rainey. Young's job is a
newly created entry level position that will be involved with sport
supervision, among other responsibilities.
Joe White, longtime academic advisor within the department
will retire in May, but will continue to work for the athletic
department on a part-time basis with financial aid for Clemson
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