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Missouri deputy athletic director Doug Gillin reportedly will become the athletic director at Appalachian State, the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal reported Thursday.

Gillin, 45, has been deputy athletic director since May 1, 2012. In that role, he oversaw external operations for MU athletics. That included the Tiger Scholarship Fund, ticketing, strategic communications, Mizzou Sports Properties and game operations.

Gillin, who is originally from Binghamton, N.Y., also has been assistant marketing director (1995-97) and general manager of Mizzou Sports Properties (1997-99).

His school bio page.

Gillin spent the past 12 years in various roles with IMG College (previously ISP Sports), the country’s leading collegiate multimedia, marketing and licensing/brand management company. Since September of 2010, Gillin has served as a senior vice president for college properties, where he assisted in the development of corporate strategy in all facets of IMG College, including oversight of all local and regional sales. Prior to that, Gillin was an executive vice president/chief sales officer (2007-10) and senior vice president (2002-07) on the regional level for ISP, after serving as general manager for Syracuse (University) Sports Properties from 1999-2002.

In his role at Mizzou, Gillin oversees all external-operations facets for Athletics, which include the Tiger Scholarship Fund, Ticketing, Strategic Communications, Mizzou Sports Properties and Game Operations. He will also focus on leading the upcoming capital campaign, as Mizzou Athletics looks to make a major facilities improvement push as it heads into the Southeastern Conference.

So he fund raises, and has experience in multimedia and marketing. Plus, he was a four-year letterman in …. hockey; team MVP in 1990 and 91.

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