Joseph promoted to administrative assistant
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Athletic Department announced Tuesday that A.J. Joseph has been promoted to administrative assistant to athletic director Stephen W. Kirkham.
Joseph, who was the assistant coach of the Mountain Lions volleyball team the past two seasons, started performing administrative duties this past summer when he was named an assistant athletic director. Tuesdayâ€TMs promotion will take him off the bench and turn his energies full-time towards department administration.
Joseph will focus much of his energies on sponsorship and development. He will also handle a number of administrative duties, including travel.
Joseph graduated from Eckerd in 1993 with a B.S. degree in Marine Science and a minor in Mathematics. A year ago, he received his masterâ€TMs degree in Sports Administration from Georgia State.
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