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October 13, 2017

Setting Expectations with Tamica Smith-Jones

What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...Visiting the 2017 Women Leaders in College Sports National Convention, contributing host Tai Brown sat down with 2017 Women Leaders Division 1 Administrator of the Year, Tamica Smith-Jones, current Director of Athletics at the University of California-Riverside. Jones speaks on creating an environment for success through setting expectations and telling the story of Riverside athletics. She also speaks on how she plans to maintain that success in the immediate and long-term future.

October 06, 2017

Win AD Hangout: Career Advancement Strategies for Minority / Female Administrators

Join this hangout as we explore how female and minority athletic administrators can enhance their professional profile and accelerate career advancement. Tamica Smith Jones, Athletic Director at the University of California Riverside, will join us to share insights about specific steps she took to prepare herself for leadership opportunities, plus discuss how administrators can engage social challenges to achieve success.

Women Leaders in College Sports Announces 2017 Administrator of the Year Awards

Women Leaders in College Sports announced today its 2017 Administrator of the Year Award and Nell Jackson Administrator of the Year Award recipients.


The recipients will be honored Tuesday, October 10 at the Jostens Administrator of the Year and Award of Distinction Luncheon at the 2017 Women Leaders National Convention in Dallas, Texas—which will be emceed by Beth Mowins, play-by-play announcer and sports journalist for ESPN and CBS.

August 01, 2017

Become a Better Student-Athlete

Coaches and even a director of athletics were tracked down – all associated with the Big West Conference, an NCAA Division I member – to find out top training tips for student-athletes, some important do’s and don’ts of training, and some things they know now that they wish they’d known in their school days. Plus, our August 2017 cover model, Sage Watson, shares some tips as well!

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