Bryan Felt Announces Promotions and Sport Administration Reorganization

South Orange, N.J. – Seton Hall Director of Athletics and Recreation Bryan Felt ’97, MA ’05 has introduced that four members of the division have acquired promotions, and he has reorganized the department’s senior leadership and activity administration duties.

Getting promotions are Loren Peterson to Senior Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations, Thomas Chen to Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Relations, Jaclyn Panepinto to Assistant Athletics Director for Business Affairs and Kaitlin Kelly to Affiliate Head Athletic Coach.

“Congratulations to Loren, Thomas, Jaclyn and Kaitlin on perfectly-attained promotions!” Felt claimed. “Their challenging get the job done and dedication to Seton Corridor Athletics has afforded them these good opportunities to take on additional responsibility and help make our section improved and give our college student-athletes a initially-class expertise.” 

Peterson joins Felt’s senior management workforce and is now liable for overseeing all round management of the department’s budget functions encompassing money reporting, very long-expression and capital organizing, forecasting, inner controls, organization functions units, and contract administration. In addition to economical administration tasks, Peterson oversees the department’s human assets and is sport administrator for the volleyball, men’s golfing and women’s golfing systems.

Prior to this new part, Peterson has experienced a wide range of tasks within the department about a 20-plus calendar year vocation at Seton Hall Athletics, most lately as the Affiliate Athletics Director for Enterprise Affairs in demand of all enterprise-similar economic transactions.

Chen also joins the senior leadership workforce and is now dependable for all of the department’s exterior models, like communications, promoting, ticketing and the department’s company sponsorship partnership with Learfield. 

Chen has been at Seton Corridor since 2014, most not too long ago keeping the title of Associate Athletics Director for Electronic Media and Communications, overseeing the department’s media relations, web site, e-mail communications and social media as properly as the department’s broadcasting and innovative companies division, the Pirate Sports activities Community.

Panepinto moves into the enterprise office right after a single yr as an administrative assistant inside the athletics department, assisting the senior leadership group with compliance, travel operations, development and enterprise management. She is now billed with handling all of the department’s enterprise transactions.

Kelly has been with the Pirates considering the fact that September 2017, initially as an assistant athletic trainer and then promoted to senior assistant athletic coach. In addition to functioning closely with the men’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving and tennis teams, Kelly assists with making certain that the schooling home operates under the guidance of athletics medicine’s mission to provide the optimum high-quality of evidenced dependent health and fitness treatment to Seton Hall College university student-athletes.
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In addition to the promotions, Felt reorganized the department’s activity administrative duties. Kathy Matta, who is the department’s Senior Affiliate Athletics Director for Leisure Providers, has included sport administrator obligations for men’s and women’s swimming and diving. Sean McCarthy, who is the Affiliate Athletics Director for Compliance, is now the sport administrator for the tennis team. Roberto Sasso, who is the Affiliate Athletics Director for College student-Athlete Progress and Management, is now the sport administrator for the men’s and women’s cross place teams.
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Felt is also in the system of adding a Senior Associate Athletics Director for Growth, who will be responsible for all athletics once-a-year and money fundraising within the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund, provide on the senior management staff and have oversight of the softball software.
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Seton Corridor Athletics Senior Management Group
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Bryan Felt – Director of Athletics & Recreational Products and services
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Thomas Chen – Senior Associate Athletics Director for Exterior Functions
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Tatum Colitz – Senior Affiliate Athletics Director for Compliance & Pupil-Athlete Enhancement/SWA
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Kathy Matta – Senior Associate Athletics Director for Recreational Providers
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Jimmy O’Donnell – Senior Associate Athletics Director for Staff Operations
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Loren Peterson – Senior Associate Athletics Director for Inside Functions
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Kevin Sponzo – Senior Associate Athletics Director for Services & Functions
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Tony Testa – Director of Sports activities Drugs
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TBD – Senior Affiliate Athletics Director for Development
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Seton Hall Athletics Activity Administrators
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Tatum Colitz – Women’s Basketball & Women’s Soccer (Interim Softball)
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Kathy Matta – Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving
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Sean McCarthy – Tennis
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Jimmy O’Donnell – Men’s Basketball & Men’s Soccer
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Loren Peterson – Men’s & Women’s Golfing, Volleyball
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Roberto Sasso – Men’s & Women’s Cross State
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Kevin Sponzo – Baseball
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TBD – Softball

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