MEDIA ADVISORY – UNK hosts first athletics director finalist July 22

Contact: Kelly Bartling, assistant vice chancellor, Communications and Community Relations, 308-224-7473, bartlingkh@unk.edu

Writer: Todd Gottula, director of news and internal communications, 308-865-8454, gottulatm@unk.edu

KEARNEY – The community will have the opportunity to meet Dr. Rick Goeb, the first of four finalists for the University of Nebraska at Kearney athletics director position, on July 22. A campus community and media forum is scheduled at 11 a.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the Nebraskan Student Union. A community forum open to the public will begin at 5 p.m. at the UNK Alumni House.

Goeb served as director of athletics at Bemidji State University (Division II) from 2001-2013. He has prior experience as senior associate athletic director at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (1995-2001) and head wrestling coach at St. Cloud State (1990-93).

Goeb directed a 17-sport program at Bemidji State, which included

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the hiring of the school’s first full-time athletics fundraiser. During his tenure Bemidji State hockey, basketball, track and golf teams made NCAA Tournament appearances or had successful postseason conference tournament runs.

Goeb also played a key role in transitioning Bemidji State’s hockey teams from Division II to Division I, which included the construction of the $75 million, 4,500-seat Sanford Center ice arena.

Remaining athletics director candidates also will attend community forums during their campus visits, with those dates and times announced at a later date. The forums are being arranged to enable the campus and Kearney community to meet the candidates and give input.

Other finalists include Jean Berger, senior associate athletic director/senior woman administrator at the University of Northern Iowa; Mary Ellen Gillespie, associate athletics director for external relations at Bowling Green State University; and Paul Plinske, director of athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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