Men's Basketball

UMass Athletics Announces Consultative Committee For Men's Basketball Coaching Search

Glenn Wong is one seven members of the consultative committee.

Glenn Wong is one seven members of the consultative committee.

April 18, 2008

AMHERST, Mass. - The University of Massachusetts has announced the consultative committee which will be involved in the search for a new head men's basketball coach at UMass. Director of Athletics John McCutcheon will oversee and chair the committee which features members of the university community in various areas. The committee consists of Carol Barr, John Dubach, Tim Kenney, Ron Nathan, Elaine Sortino, Esther Terry and Glenn Wong.

Barr is the Co-Chair of the UMass Athletic Council. She serves as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and is an Associate Professor in the Isenberg School of Management.

Dubach is the Chief Information Officer at UMass Amherst and is the Special Assistant to the Chancellor.

Kenney is the Associate Athletic Director for Advancement. He has been an integral part of the athletic department and specifically the men's basketball program for the last four years.

Nathan is the Executive Director of the UMass Court Club, the fundraising and booster support group for the men's basketball program.

Sortino is UMass Athletics' Senior Women's Administrator in addition to serving as an Associate Athletic Director for Sport Programs and Student Services. She recently won her 1,000th game as the head softball coach at UMass.

Terry is the Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Life.

Wong is UMass' Athletic Faculty Representative and a professor in the Sport Management Program.




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