Jeff Seifriz
Jeff Seifriz

Position:
Sr Director of Operations- TCF Bank Stadium & Outdoor


Jeff Seifriz is Sr Director of Operations for TCF Bank Stadium, Siebert Field, Cowles Softball Stadium,Robbie Soccer Stadium, Bierman Track, Lehman Golf Training Facility, and the University Boathouse. Jeffis the lead operations contact for major events at TCF Bank Stadium and Outdoor Athletic Facilities. In addition, he is responsible for oversight and leadership of daily operations, budgeting, field scheduling,project management and event operations at those aforementioned venues.

Seifriz has 20 years of experience with Gopher Athletics including previous roles as Director of AthleticFacilities, Bierman-Nagurski Complex Manager, and Williams Arena-Sports Pavilion Manager. Jeff started his career as an Intern at the new Mariucci Arena while completing his Master's Degree in Sport Management at the University of Minnesota. Significant projects and events include: Opening newfacilities- Mariucci Arena, TCF Bank Stadium, Siebert Field; hosting NCAA post-season championships, concerts and special events. He is a member of IAVM and CEFMA.

A native of Madison, Wis., Jeff was a member of UW-Whitewater's NCAA Division III National Championship Basketball Team in 1989. Jeff and his wife, Jennifer, have two boys - Jalen and Jordan.

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