University of Minnesota Executive Associate Athletics Director Julie Manning has been appointed as a member of the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Committee.
It is the first appointment for Manning as she will serve on the committee through August of 2018. She is also eligible for reappointment an additional four years following 2018. Manning is one of six committee members appointed as she joins coaches and fellow athletic directors. As a member of the committee, Manning will participate in committee meetings and conference calls pertaining to the championship event as well as the rules and regulations over the course of the season. The committee also announces team and individual selections annually for the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Regionals.
Manning joined the University of Minnesota in September 2016 and has over 30 years of administrative and coaching experience within the Big 12 and Pac-12. Prior to her Minnesota tenure, Manning was at the University of Wyoming, where she served as the senior associate athletics director of sports administration and the senior woman administrator for the previous 2.5 years. She previously spent nine years at the University of Colorado, where she spent the last 7.5 years as an associate athletics director for compliance, financial aid and administration, and three months during 2013 as the interim senior woman administrator. She began her career in athletics at Iowa State University, where she worked for nearly 20 years as the school's head women's golf coach.
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