Rob Clark serves as the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director at LBSU. In this role, Clark leads the operational planning and reporting for the Department, serves as the sport supervisor for Baseball and Men’s Basketball, leads all facets of External Operations including: marketing, ticket sales & operations, athletic communications, video production (Beach Vision), the Blair Field campaign, and the partnerships with Learfield and the Aspire Group. Since his arrival in 2015, numerous season ticket sales records have been broken and he was instrumental in the naming of Bohl Diamond at Blair Field.
Prior to LBSU, Clark led the first Athletics capital campaign and guided the Division I football transition from FCS to FBS served as Sr. Associate Athletic Director at Georgia State. During this time, GSU saw substantial increases in facility gifts and annual giving. Prior to GSU, Clark led the major gifts and annual giving efforts at New Mexico leading to record Lobo Club members and facility gifts during a $65 million capital campaign. Prior to UNM, he served as Associate A.D. for Development at Angelo State, leading the school's athletic component of the Texas Tech System's $1 billion capital campaign. He served as the special assistant to the Senior Associate Athletics Director and as a Compliance Coordinator at Texas A&M.
Clark graduated from Occidental College with a bachelor's degree (2005), master's degree (2006) and earned his Ph.D. in Kinesiology at Texas A&M (2010). He was a football student-athlete at Utah State and finished as team captain at Occidental.
Rob and his wife, Emily, have three children, Annie, Kate and McCoy.
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