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Institutional Leadership Profile: Incarnate Word

Introducing AthleticDirectorU’s Institutional Leadership Profile. In this new feature, ADU will highlight specific institutions with interviews and/or articles from multiple executive leaders on a respective campus who influence the success of athletics.

 

Incarnate Word President Dr. Thomas Evans and Director of Athletics Dr. Brian Wickstrom discuss working together to find success across campus.

 

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UIW Director of Athletics Dr. Brian Wickstrom and Head Football Coach Eric Morris provide  insight on the relationship between a first year head coach and the AD.

 

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