Dec. 14, 2011
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford announced today that Brad Hostetter has been chosen to fill the position of Associate Commissioner for Compliance and Governance.
Hostetter's responsibilities will include the management and supervision of the conference's compliance, governance and student-athlete programs area as well as serving as the Commissioner's liaison to the league's ACC Faculty Athletic Representatives.
Hostetter will join the league office following 11 years at the NCAA Office where he served most recently as the Director of Academic and Membership Affairs. During his time at the National Office, he had oversight of a nine-member Interpretations Leadership Team designed to provide timely solutions to high-profile, complex NCAA rules issues. In addition, he has provided leadership to a number of committees within the NCAA governance structure including the Division I Football Issues Committee, the Baseball Academic Enhancement Working Group and the Division I Championships/Sport Management Cabinet.
In addition to his NCAA experience, Hostetter has on-campus experience as the Compliance Coordinator at Weber State (April 1998-May 2000) and the Compliance Assistant at Florida State (March 1997-March 1998). Hostetter earned a Bachelor of Arts in History degree from the University of Cincinnati and was a member of the Bearcat baseball team. Following his undergraduate degree, he earned a Master of Science in Sports Management degree from Florida State University.
"Brad brings a wealth of experience in his knowledge of compliance and governance, and we are excited to welcome him to the ACC Office," said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. "Brad will have a positive impact within our office and throughout our member institutions."