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Ep. 285 – Bill Hogan (Athletic Director, Seattle University)

Athletic administrators cannot do better than to replicate someone like Seattle University Athletic Director Bill Hogan, who has been in the sports field for over 30 years at three different universities. Hogan talks about his time at Seattle University, especially mentioning the fighting to search out the department’s long history which had been placed underneath a pool to rot. Hogan discusses his vision for bringing back Division I athletics to Seattle University after 29 years as well as capturing the city’s attention by playing at the Key Arena. Hogan exemplifies his philosophy on grooming young administrators in his department and takes a few shots at the host, which is not unlike Hogan at all.

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