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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Division I Football Subdivision Athletics Directors Association has announced that Morgan State's Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Edward Scott and Jackson State AD Ashley Robinson will serve on its Executive Committee. Robinson will also serve as 3rd Vice President. Scott represents the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and Robinson represents the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

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The Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association's mission is to enhance Football Championship Subdivision football. The FCS ADA is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 53rd year.

The FCS ADA have elected Bill Smith, director of athletics at Bryant University, to serve as President during 2018-19. Smith takes over for Thorr Bjorn of the University of Rhode Island, who served for the 2017-18 year.

The following athletics directors will serve as Officers for FCS ADA for 2018-19: Nathan Pine, College of the Holy Cross, will serve as 1st Vice President; Kent Haslam from the University of Montana, will take over as 2nd Vice President; and lastly, JSU's Robinson will serve as 3rd Vice President.

In addition to the 2018-19 Officers, the following Directors of Athletics will serve on the FCS ADA Executive Committee: Scott, Morgan State University (Mid-Eastern); Mark Orr, Sacramento State (Big Sky); Bob Roller, Campbell University (Big South); Tim Leonard, Towson University (Colonial); Peter Pilling, Columbia University in the City of New York (Ivy); David Herbster, University of South Dakota (Missouri Valley); Walt Hameline, Wagner College (Northeast); Tom Michael, Eastern Illinois (Ohio Valley); Nicki Moore, Colgate University (Patriot); Jeff Altier, Stetson University (Pioneer); Randy Eaton, Western Carolina University (Southern); and Matt Roan, Nicholls State University (Southland).



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