Friday, February 18, 2022

Executive Pay

written by STEVE ULRICH
your must-read briefing on what's driving the day in NCAA Division III
 

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1. Executive Pay


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by Julia Piper and Brian O'Leary, Chronicle of Higher Education (Ron Daniels, pictured)

The Chronicle of Higher Education's executive-compensation package includes the latest data on more than 1,700 chief executives at more than 600 private colleges from 2008 to 2019 and nearly 290 public universities and systems from 2010 to 2020. 

Division III Private Schools

  1. Ronald J. Daniels, Johns Hopkins, $3.23 million
  2. Mark S. Wrighton, Washington, Mo., $2.862M
  3. Brian Rosenberg, Macalester, $2,234M
  4. Barbara Snyder, Case Western Reserve, $1,940M
  5. Shirley Ann Jackson, Rensselaer, $1,882M
  6. Robert J. Zimmer, Chicago, $1,856M
  7. Daniele Struppa, Chapman, $1,602M
  8. Nariman Farvardin, Stevens, $1,593M
  9. Farnam Jahanian, Carnegie Mellon, $1,380M
  10. Raynard Kington, Grinnell, $1,337M
Division III Private Liberal Arts
  1. Brian Rosenberg, Macalester, $2,234 million
  2. Raynard Knighton, Grinnell, $1,337M
  3. Greene A. David, Colby, $1,175M
  4. Joanne Berger-Sweeney, Trinity, Conn., $890K
  5. M. Lee Pelton, Emerson, $884K
  6. Michael S. Roth, Wesleyan, Conn., $881K
  7. David R. Harris, Union, N.Y., $760K
  8. Carolyn Martin, Amherst, $746K
  9. Mary-Beth A. Cooper, Springfield, $731K
  10. Gabi Starr, Pomona, $725K
Division III Public Schools
  1. Eric J. Barron, Pennsylvania State University, $1,149M
  2. Jay A. Perman, University System of Maryland, $1,065M
  3. Ali A. Houshmand, Rowan, $794K
  4. Martin T. Meehan, University of Massachusetts system, $749K
  5. Richard C. Benson, University of Texas at Dallas, $679K
  6. Devinder Malhorta, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, $529K
  7. Raymond W. Cross, University of Wisconsin system, $509K
  8. Robert E. Johnson, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, $475K
  9. Kristina M. Johnson, State University of New York system, $452K
  10. Dannel P. Malloy, University of Maine system office, $440K

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TRACK AND FIELD

2.  Conference Championship Weekend I

 

It is the first of two big weekends of indoor track and field championship action at the conference level.

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EMERGING

3.  Triathlon Reaches the Goal


by Kevin MacKinnon, Triathlon Canada


"The news that Cal Poly Humboldt in Arcata, Calif., will offer a women’s triathlon program in the fall means that the sport has met one of the milestones required for it to become a full-fledged NCAA program. Humboldt becomes the 40th school to offer a program – in 2014 triathlon became an “NCAA Emerging Sport for Women,” which meant it had 10 years to “demonstrate sustainability and success at the NCAA varsity level.” One of the parameters was to have at least 40 schools offer the program.

There are more steps to be reached including “committee, council, divisional and budget approvals,” but today’s announcement is a huge step."

>> Situational Awareness: "Women’s triathlon takes place in the fall with athletes competing over the sprint distance – 750 m swim, a draft-legal 20 km bike and 5 km run."

>> What They're Saying: "Getting to this point has been a 13-year process with contributions from so many,” said Tim Yount, USA Triathlon Chief Sport Development Officer."

>> Quotable: "Continuing to increase opportunities for women is an important initiative for the Committee on Women's Athletics and we are grateful for the schools who have committed this far." - Jason Doviak, Alfred State, chair

Division III Teams (14)

  • Alvernia University (Reading, Pa.)
  • Calvin College (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
  • Central College (Pella, Iowa)
  • Coe College (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
  • Concordia University Wisconsin (Mequon, Wis.)
  • Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Va.)
  • Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.)
  • Guilford College (Greensboro, N.C.)
  • Millikin University (Decatur, Ill.)
  • North Central College (Naperville, Ill.)
  • Northern Vermont University-Johnson (Johnson, Vt.)
  • Transylvania University (Lexington, Ky.)
  • Trine University (Angola, Ind.)
  • Willamette University (Salem, Ore.)

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SCHEDULE

4.  Weekend Watchlist  
 

Here's a list of the games/matches/events that we are keeping an eye on this weekend ... we hope.

Basketball (M)

  • Pacific Lutheran vs. Linfield (Fri.)
  • Neumann vs. Marymount
  • PSU Altoona vs. PSU Behrend
  • Hood vs. Alvernia
  • Chatham vs. Washington & Jefferson
  • PSU Harrisburg vs. Lancaster Bible
  • Complete Schedule
Basketball (W)
  • No. 14 Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. No. 22 East Texas Baptist
  • No. 17 Scranton vs. No. 23 Catholic
  • Bethany Lutheran vs. Northwestern (Fri.)
  • Vassar vs. Ithaca
  • Complete Schedule
Ice Hockey (M)
  • No. 8 Babson vs. No. 14 Norwich
  • No. 11 U. of New England vs. Salve Regina (Fri.)
  • No. 15 Endicott vs. Salve Regina
  • Complete Schedule
Ice Hockey (W)
  • No. 4 UW-River Falls vs. No. 5 UW-Eau Claire
  • No. 5 UW-Eau Claire vs. UW-Stevens Point (Fri.)
  • No. 7 Nazareth vs. Utica (Fri.)
  • No. 9 Endicott vs. Suffolk (Fri.)
  • Adrian vs. St. Norbert (Fri.)
  • Complete Schedule
Volleyball (M)
  • No. 2 Vassar vs. No. 4 Stevens
  • No. 10 New York U. vs. No. 13 Nazareth
  • No. 12 Juniata vs. No. 15 Randolph-Macon
  • Complete Schedule
Baseball
  • No. 1 Salisbury vs. No. 2 Cortland
  • No. 7 Birmingham-Southern vs. No. 9 Washington (Mo.)
  • Complete Schedule
Lacrosse (W)
  • No. 1 Salisbury vs. No. 14 Catholic
  • No. 5 Washington and Lee vs. No. 7 Franklin & Marshall
  • Complete Schedule
Lacrosse (M)
NEWS

5.  Lightning Round

 

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6.  Comings and Goings
 
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7.  I'm Ready, Are You?

 



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