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Monday, March 29, 2021

Executive Compensation

 

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TOP STORY

1.  Executive Compensation
 


by Julia Piper and Brian O'Leary, Chronicle of Higher Education


The Chronicle‘s executive-compensation package includes the latest data on more than 1,700 chief executives at more than 600 private colleges from 2008-18 and nearly 290 public universities and systems from 2010-19. Updated March 25, 2021, with 2018 private-college data.

These data show the total compensation received by chief executives in two sectors: (1) public college and university systems, from the 2010-11 through the 2016-17 fiscal years, and in the 2018 and 2019 calendar years; and (2) private colleges, from 2008 through 2017.
 

  1. Robert J. Zimmer, Chicago, $5,976,635
  2. Michael S. Roth, Wesleyan (Conn.), $2,954,947
  3. Joel Seligman, Rochester, $2,784,572
  4. Ronald J. Daniels, Johns Hopkins, $1,787,891
  5. Andrew Hamilton, NYU, $1,713,272
  6. Shirley Ann Jackson, Rensselaer, $1,571,071
  7. Mark S. Wrighton, Washington (Mo.), $1,431,292
  8. Barbara Snyder, Case Western Reserve, $1,424,668
  9. Claire Sterk, Emory, $1,294,767
  10. L. Rafael Reif, MIT, $1,248,432


>> Listing of 1,700 CEOs
 

NCAA

2. Fight Song Madness




Because we all LOVE brackets ... here is the very first Division III fight song bracket.

We scoured the internet and YouTube for video versions of institutional fight songs. We preferred band performances of the song as well as original arrangements vs. modifications from other schools (i.e. Down The Field or On Wisconsin). Yes, we may have missed a few good songs ... let's consider those omissions as conference title game upsets.

Vote for your favorite on our twitter page @D3Playbook. Polls are open until 10 p.m. EDT tonight.

Region I
Capital vs. Carnegie Mellon
Gettysburg vs. Heidelberg
LaGrange vs. Simpson
Huntingdon vs. Ohio Wesleyan

Region II
DePauw vs. Coast Guard
Washington and Lee vs. Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Augsburg vs. Lycoming
Manchester vs. Rensselaer

Region III
Grove City vs. Wartburg
Mount Union vs. Willamette
Whitworth vs. Wisconsin-La Crosse
Alma vs. Illinois Wesleyan

Region IV
Adrian vs. Rhodes
Luther vs. Wittenberg
Baldwin Wallace vs. Virginia Wesleyan
George Fox vs. Hanover


 
CONFERENCES

3. Champions


John Carroll Women Clinch OAC Swimming & Diving Championship

Congratulations to these conference champions!

Cross Country

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TOP 10

4. Weekend Review


Baseball
  1. Trinity, Texas (d. St. Thomas, 8-7, 10-7, 13-12)
  2. Washington, Mo. (d. Wabash, 7-1, 7-6; d. #7 North Central, 4-3)
  3. Cal Lutheran
  4. Salisbury (d. Mary Washington, 13-3, 10-5)
  5. Webster (split w/Spalding, 10-2, 2-5; d. Spalding, 3-1, 4-3)
  6. Chapman
  7. North Central, Ill. (d. DePauw, 5-1; lost to #2 Washington U., 4-3)
  8. Southern Maine (d. Mass-Dartmouth, 5-3, 11-2)
  9. Babson (d. WPI, 2-1, 13-2)
  10. Aurora (Lakeland)
Lacrosse (M)
  1. RIT (Clarkson, ppd)
  2. Tufts
  3. Christopher Newport (lost to #5 Lynchburg, 12-5)
  4. Salisbury (d. Stockton, 26-6)
  5. Lynchburg (d. #3 CNU, 12-5)
  6. York (d. DeSales, 16-8)
  7. Williams
  8. Cabrini (d. Immaculata, 23-2)
  9. Denison
  10. Ursinus (#16 F&M, ppd)
Lacrosse (W)
  1. Franklin & Marshall (Ursinus, ppd)
  2. Tufts
  3. Washington and Lee (d. #23 Lynchburg, 16-8)
  4. Salisbury
  5. Gettysburg (d. Muhlenberg, 17-3)
  6. Wesleyan, Conn.
  7. York, Pa. (DeSales, ppd)
  8. Catholic (d. Drew, 19-10)
  9. St. John Fisher (d. Utica, 19-6)
  10. TCNJ
Softball
  1. Linfield (d. Pacific Lutheran, 7-1, 6-0, 5-4, 8-7)
  2. (tie) East Texas Baptist (lost 2/3 to McMurry, 2-4, 8-0, 2-4)
  3. (tie) Virginia Wesleyan (Emory & Henry, ppd)
  4. Texas Lutheran (d. Austin, 18-1)
  5. Christopher Newport
  6. Salisbury (d. Mary Washington, 3-0, 6-1)
  7. DePauw (d. Anderson, 9-2, 8-0)
  8. Kean (d. Ramapo, 8-0, 9-5)
  9. Birmingham-Southern
  10. Belhaven (d. Sul Ross, 6-3, 6-1)
Volleyball (M)
  1. Springfield
  2. Carthage (d. MSOE, 3-0; d. Illinois Wesleyan, 3-0)
  3. Vassar (lost to Nazareth, 3-2; d. Nazareth, 3-2)
  4. New Paltz
  5. Dominican
  6. St. John Fisher (d. Elmira, 3-1)
  7. Benedictine
  8. Endicott
  9. Rutgers-Newark (d. Immaculata, 3-0, 3-0)
  10. Juniata (d. Marymount, 3-0)
Volleyball (W)
  1. Colorado College (d. Austin, 3-0, 3-0)
  2. Trinity, Texas (d. St. Thomas, 3-0, 3-0)
  3. Transylvania
  4. Texas-Dallas
  5. Carthage
  6. Millikin
  7. Berry (d. Centre, 3-0, 3-0)
  8. Elmhurst
  9. Mary Hardin-Baylor
  10. Birmingham-Southern (split w/Hendrix, 1-3, 3-0)

Scores and Schedules: BSB | SFB | MLAX | WLAX | MIH | WIH | FB | GOLF 
 
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RECAP

5. Weekend Stars


Paige Nierman March 28

BaseballGolf 
  • (W) Hannah Jugar led top-ranked Redlands to the team championship at its Bulldog Classic. She posted 70-73-143 to hold off UC Santa Cruz's Gillian Mendoza by a single shot.
  • (M) DePauw came from 13 shots off the pace to win the team title at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate. The Tigers fired a final round 304 to overtake Franklin and Rose-Hulman.
Lacrosse (W)Tennis (W)Scores and Schedules: BSB | SFB | MLAX | WLAX | FB | GOLF | TEN

 
TRANSACTIONS

6.  Comings and Goings
 
 
1 THING

7.  Big Ship Partially Freed


The Ever Given is over 1,300 feet long. So you see the problem. Graphic: AP

"If the tugboats, dredgers and pumps cannot get the job done," the N.Y. Times reports from Egypt, "they could be joined by a head-spinning array of specialized vessels and machines requiring perhaps hundreds of workers":

  • Small tankers "to siphon off the ship’s fuel; the tallest cranes in the world to unload some of its containers one by one; and, if no cranes are tall enough or near enough, heavy-duty helicopters that can pick up containers of up to 20 tons — though no one has said where the cargo would go. (A full 40-foot container can weigh up to 40 tons.)"

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