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KIMT News 3 Sports - Waldorf press release:
Waldorf College names new director of athletics
Forest City, Iowa – Waldorf College announced today the appointment of Bart Gray as director of athletics. Gray comes to Waldorf with experience in the position at three previous colleges, most recently at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County.
"We are highly impressed with Mr. Gray's skills and experience," said Dr. Robert Alsop, president of Waldorf College. "We know his energy and talents will be of great benefit to Waldorf's athletics program, and the student-athletes we serve."
In the last six years since Gray arrived as athletic director at UW-Marathon County, athletic programs have seen a resurgence in program success. During his time in the NAIA, Gray served on the Council of Athletic Administrators, Chair of Region IV, and as a member of the Indoor and Outdoor National Track and Field Championship Games Committees.
“I am honored to have been chosen to serve Waldorf College,” stated Gray. “I am looking forward to working with a very talented group of coaches and staff. Waldorf has all the ingredients in place to make some positive strides in the success of our teams and our programs overall.”
Waldorf College has 18 collegiate sports including baseball, cheerleading, football, ice hockey, and softball, as well as men’s and women’s bowling, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer and wrestling.
A press conference with Gray will be scheduled for late October or early November. He begins his duties on campus in late October.
Gray earned his bachelors and masters degrees in Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and received his Educational Leadership Certification from Viterbo University. He is also licensed as a K-12 Principal in both Wisconsin and Minnesota. Gray and his wife Pam have three children and five grandchildren.
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