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Troy Dannen to leave Director of Athletics

Director of Athletics Troy Dannen has accepted a position at the University of Washington as the athletics director, Tulane University said on Saturday

As the 33rd athletic director, Dannen has been at Tulane since 2015 and has since overseen “the 2023 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic victory, the baseball team’s 2023 American Athletic Conference title, the sailing team’s 2022 ICSA Open Dinghy National Championship, and the women’s golf team’s first-ever AAC Championship,” the email said.

Under Dannen, over 180 student-athletes made the AAC All-Academic Team in the 2022 to 2023 school year, and 68% had GPAs of 3.0 or higher. He also hired 10 out of the 13 head coaches and helped with numerous fundraising efforts, including an endowment gift for the sailing team and funding for the “Invest in Excellence” campaign. 

Outside of Tulane, Dannen has served on the NCAA Constitution Committee, which identifies “the core principles that define college sports.” He is also chair of the NCAA Football Competition Committee and an executive committee member of the Football Oversight Committee. Dannen also established the Green Wave Justice for All initiative in 2020 to “promote equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice within athletics and the community.”

Tulane said it is appointing a search committee in the next few days for a new director of athletics.

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