Big Bucks For NCAA’s Emmert, Remy
WLAX Final Four Preview. IWLCA, USILA All-Americans. Comings and Goings
MAY 25, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Big Bucks For NCAA’s Emmert, Remy
NCAA Headquarters, Indianapolis, Ind.
by Daniel Libit, Eben Novy-Williams, Sportico
“The NCAA’s former chief operating officer and president combined to make over $6.8 million in the 2022 fiscal year, according to an association tax filing released on Wednesday. At the same time, the NCAA’s overall workforce shrank to its lowest number in eight years.
Donald Remy, who served as NCAA chief operating officer through mid-July 2021 before leaving to become Deputy Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, was paid nearly $3.6 million on his way out of Indianapolis. Of that, $2.4 million came by way of a severance payment. Remy left the VA on April 1.
Mark Emmert, meanwhile, earned just under $3.3 million in his last full year as NCAA president. Emmert, who was replaced by former Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on March 1, is likely due millions of dollars more that will be reported on future tax filings. Stanley Wilcox, the NCAA executive vice president, was the third seven-figure earner, pocketing total compensation of $1.48 million, while NCAA chief medical officer Brian Hainline was paid just under a million dollars. The tax filing covered the 12 months ending in August 2022.”
» The Bottom Line: “The NCAA’s overall revenue, which had been previously reported, was $1.22 billion, up from $1.1 billion in 2020. The association reported ending last fiscal year with just shy of a half-of-billion dollars in net assets or fund balances.“
» Of Note: “The NCAA’s workforce dropped to 594 employees, down from a high of 657 in 2019. The last time the NCAA reported having fewer than 600 staffers was in 2014.”
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2. Final Four Preview
Gillian Brennan, Franklin & Marshall
The four best teams in Division III women’s lacrosse gather in Salem, Va. this weekend for the national semifinals and final at Kerr Stadium. The NESCAC and Liberty League have the undefeated favorites, but the Centennial Conference looks to spoil the party not once, but twice.
#1 Middlebury (21-0) vs. #8 Franklin & Marshall (18-4), Friday, noon
The top-ranked Panthers look for their second straight national crown, third in the last four championships and ninth overall. The Diplomats won national titles in 2007 and 2009.
Goals: (M) Hope Shue 72. (F) Lydia Cassilly 53
Assists: (M) Jane Earley 30. (F) Gillian Brennan 25
Points: (M) Earley 97. (F) Cassilly 76
Save Pct: (M) Annie Enrietto 45.3. (F) Alyssa Moran 40.3
GAA: (M) Enrietto 6.71. (F) Moran 10.23
» Team Statistics: Middlebury | Franklin & Marshall
#3 William Smith (21-0) vs. #9 Gettysburg (18-4), Friday, 3:00
The Herons are looking for their first national title, after finishing second four straight times from 1992-95. The Bullets have captured three nattys with the last coming in 2018.
Goals: (W) Maddie Montgomery 82. (G) Jordan Basso 72
Assists: (W) Allie McGinty 41. (G) Caroline Sullivan 51
Points: (W) Montgomery 99. (G) Basso 109
Save Pct: (W) Maura Smeader 51.4. (G) Gillian Cortese 48.2
GAA: (W) Smeader 6.47. (G) Cortese 7.82
» Team Statistics: William Smith | Gettysburg
3. All-America Team
Maddie Montgomery, William Smith
The IWLCA announced its 2023 NCAA Division III All-America team with 57 representatives from 29 different institutions.
A-Jordan Basso, Gettysburg, Jr.
A-Margie Carden, Tufts, Jr.
A-Jane Earley, Middlebury, Sr.
A-Allie McGinty, William Smith, Jr.
A-Allie Schwab, Washington and Lee, Sr.
A-Hope Shue, Middlebury, Soph.
A-Ally Tobler, TCNJ, Jr.
A-Kelsey Winters, Christopher Newport, Sr.
M-Sydney Carpenter, St. John Fisher, Soph.
M-Emma Joyce, Tufts, Jr.
M-Maddie Montgomery, William Smith, Sr.
M-Susan Rowley, Middlebury, Jr.
D-Erica Barr, Middlebury, Sr.
D-Grace Gormley, Messiah, Sr.
D-Natalie Held, Salisbury, Soph.
D-Lily Macatee, Gettysburg, Soph.
D-Kate Risley, Middlebury, William Smith, Jr.
D-Eugenie Rovegno, Washington and Lee, Jr.
GK-Isabella Garabo, York, Sr.
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4. Boyden Highlights All-America Teams
Jack Boyden, Tufts
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) announced the 2023 Blatant Lacrosse Division III All-Americans, along with the award winners.
A-Jack Boyden, Tufts
A-Cross Ferrara, Salisbury
A-Luke Kammerman, Roanoke
A-Luke Pilcher, RIT
M-Andrew Cook, Christopher Newport
M-Jack Dowd, Salisbury
M-Riley Mitchell, Lynchburg
M-John Mozrall, RIT
D-John DeFazio, Salisbury
D-Michael Grace, RIT
D-Nick Morgan, Hampden-Sydney
D-Ryan Young, Christopher Newport
GK-Matthew Freitas, Williams
LSM-Chris Darminio, Lynchburg
LSM-Tyalor Jensen, RIT
SSDM-Zack Goorno, Bowdoin
SSDM-Joe Murtha, Tufts
F/O-Mason Kohn, Tufts
Iroquois National Award (Player of the Year): Jack Boyden, Tufts
Turnbull Award (Outstanding Attackman): Boyden, Tufts
McCall Award (Outstanding Midfielder): Andrew Cook, CNU
Stiles Award (Outstanding Defenseman): Ryan Young, CNU
Kelly Award (Outstanding Goalkeeper): Matthew Freitas, Williams
5. Lightning Round ⚡️
🏃🏻♀ Track and Field. Mount Union’s Kenadee Wayt won the NCAA Elite 90 award.
🗞 News. The NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee and NCAA Office of Inclusion named Stefanie "Stevie" Baker-Watson, associate vice president for student wellness and Theodore Katula Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports at DePauw, as one of its 2023 Champions of Diversity and Inclusion for h campus and community work in supporting ethnic minorities and other underrepresented populations in intercollegiate athletics.
🗞 News. The NCAA released survey results that show many young adults are wagering on sports, often despite age or geographic restrictions on legal sports betting. Overall, the present survey found that sports wagering is pervasive among 18- to 22-year-olds, with 58% having engaged in at least one sports betting activity.
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6. Comings and Goings
COE - Joe Tristan named head swimming and diving coach
GUILFORD - Brooks Doughtie named head women’s swimming and women’s triathlon coach
ITHACA - Kevin Markwardt announced his retirement as head swimming and diving coach
KENYON - Danielle Korman named associate head swimming and diving coach. Jess Good stepped down as head women’s lacrosse coach
McMURRY - Sam Ferguson resigned as vice president of athletics
PENN STATE HARRISBURG - Amanda Janney Misselhorn named head field hockey coach
PRINCIPIA - Suspended its swimming and diving program indefinitely
PUGET SOUND - Craig Bennett stepped down as assistant athletic director for sports medicine
ROCKFORD - Nathan Freyling named head cross country coach
SEWANEE - David Jenkins resigned as head baseball coach
SIMMONS - Tori Shaffer named head field hockey coach
SIMPSON - Marcus Varnum named assistant men’s soccer coach
SMITH - Devin Javens named head swimming coach
SUNY DELHI - William Stephens III named head swimming and diving coach
TRINITY (Conn.) - Jack Junge named head men’s golf coach
VALLEY FORGE - Dominique Boone named head men’s basketball coach
WILLIAM PEACE - Brad Shannon named head swimming coach
WILMINGTON - Beth Floyd stepped down as head softball coach
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