R-MC Promotes Kilcoyne to Assistant AD
Will Add Duties to Sports Information Role
ASHLAND, Va. --- Randolph-Macon College
Director of Athletics Denis Kanach has announced the promotion of
Chris Kilcoyne to Assistant Athletic Director at R-MC.
Kilcoyne, who is in the midst of his fourth year as the Yellow Jackets Sports Information Director, will add a series of administrative duties to his current responsibilities regarding communication through the web, newspapers and other publications, keeping the media and the Yellow Jacket supporters properly informed.
"We have been very pleased with the efforts Chris has put forth to launch a new state of the art web site for athletics and to get the good news out in a timely fashion to our fans," said Kanach. "Chris will take on more responsibility for planning game day management and the supervision of the staff involved in game day."
Enhanced responsibilities will include coordinating compliance regulations within NCAA, ODAC, and institutional guidelines, along with taking on a strong leadership role in the department's management.
Kilcoyne came to R-MC after spending two years as the Sports Information Director at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. While at the ODAC, Kilcoyne handled all of the sports information duties for the league's 22 sponsored sports, while serving as the media relations coordinator for the NCAA Division III volleyball, football, and men's basketball championships co-hosted by the City of Salem and the conference.
Prior to his work with the ODAC, Kilcoyne was a Sports Information Assistant at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C. from 2002-2004. Kilcoyne served as the main contact for women's soccer, wrestling, cross-country, and baseball teams. In addition, he was involved in hosting both the 2002 Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Championships and the 2003 A-Sun Cross-Country meet.
A 2002 graduate of ODAC-member Roanoke College, Kilcoyne gained valuable experience working with each of the school's 19 varsity sports as a student. He also assisted the ODAC and the City of Salem during National Championship contests. Kilcoyne graduated from RC with a BA in sociology and a concentration in mass communication.
This release is courtesy of the Randolph-Macon College sports information department.