Delagrange comes to Oakland from Fort Wayne
Warner comes to Oakland from Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists, Nicknair from Adrian College
Boltz joins Oakland Athletics after over three years at the university level
Zwart comes to Oakland from Spectrum Health Medical Group
Callan spent time at the University of Tennessee- Chattanooga; Jungclas comes from Western New Mexico
Marshall Foley joined the Oakland staff in May 2015 as Associate Athletics Director and was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director in January 2017. Foley oversees facilities, athletic performance and sports medicine, business operations and serves on the Director of Athletics' Executive team. He also works as the sports administrator for men's soccer, men's and women's swimming and diving, and softball.
As the 2016 Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships Director, Foley ran one of the top championship meets hosted by Oakland University at the Aquatic Center. The championship meet set numerous records, including bringing in over 3,000 fans during the three-day event.
Thanks to Foley's efforts, facilities has witnessed numerous improvements. The Golden Grizzlies added a Blacktop Court for basketball and volleyball, producing one of the most unique competition floors in the country. The Athletics Center O'rena also received upgrades with LED lights and a new high-definition sound system to improve game day experience for fans and student-athletes.
Branding continues to be at the forefront of Foley's leadership. The O'rena Lobby project is scheduled to be completed in August 2016, with a digital hall of honor display that will provide a welcoming environment for all visitors to the Athletics Center.
Before coming to Oakland University, Foley served as the Associate Commissioner for Championships for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. He joined the MAAC in 2006 and had administrative oversight of conference championship events for 22 sports. As part of the senior management team for the conference, Foley was involved in strategic and long-range planning for the MAAC and its membership.
Prior to working with the MAAC, Foley spent five years as an Associate AD of Internal Affairs (2001-05) and Assistant to the Athletic Director (2000-01) at Canisius College. There he had management oversight of every aspect of the daily operations of the Department of Athletics that concerned the coaches and staff, athletic facilities and fiscal operation.
Before working with the Golden Griffins, Foley worked for the University of Alaska Anchorage as the Assistant to the Director of Athletics (1996-98) and Assistant to the Vice Chancellor (1998-2000).
He earned a masters degree in public administration from Alaska Anchorage in 2000. Foley attended Duke University and received a bachelor of arts degree in history in 1995.