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WWU narrows AD search to four candidates

WWU narrows AD search to four candidates

Photo: KPUG

The Bellingham Herald is reporting that Western Washington University is down to its final four candidates in the search for a new athletic director.  Former AD Lynda Goodrich stepped down in May.

Interim AD Steve Card has been in charge since Goodrich left.  He is among the four candidates for the job.

Also on the list are Seattle University Associate AD Shawn Farrell, University of Northern Iowa Senior Associate AD and Senior Women’s Administrator Jean Berger and State University of New York at Buffalo Senior Associate AD Donald Reed.

All four candidates will be in town to meet community members in the next couple of weeks.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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