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Segrave named athletics director

Jeffrey Segrave, exercise-science professor and tennis coach, is Skidmore’s new athletics director. He had been serving as interim AD, taking over for Tim Brown, who stepped down from the position after twenty-two years.
AD Jeff Segrave
     Segrave coached the Thoroughbreds women’s tennis team since coming to Skidmore in 1978. With several coach-of-the-year honors and a 375-151 record in twenty-four seasons, he was one of America’s top tennis coaches. His team won more than twenty league championships and in 1998 it claimed the NCAA Division III national championship. With the athletics directorship, he has relinquished his coaching duties, but he continues as a professor of exercise science.
     Charles M. Joseph, interim dean of the faculty, says, “Jeff’s loyalty to our institution is legendary, and his dedication to the important mission of academics and athletics provides just the right model.”

 


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