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Loyola College

4501 North Charles Street

Baltimore, Maryland,21210

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1852, Loyola College in Maryland (www.loyola.edu) is a Jesuit, Catholic university whose mission is to inspire students to learn, lead and serve in a diverse and changing world. The College comprises the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Selling...more

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Director of Administrative Services for Athletics

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Athletic Administrator

University of Pennsylvania


Director of Administrative Services for Athletics

Villanova University


Regional Administrative Director

USA Field Hockey


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Stony Brook University

Highest-Ranking Member of the Director of Athletics Senior Executive Team


Stony Brook University

Highest-Ranking Member of the Director of Athletics Senior Executive Team


Eastern College Athletic Conference

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Athletic Hall of Fame Class X

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University of Pennsylvania Field Hockey Alumnae Board

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Marple Newtown High School


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Donna Woodruff will become the next Athletic director at Loyola University Maryland.
Woodruff joins Loyola after spending the last 13 years at Stony Brook University where she has served as the Deputy Director of Athletics since July 2014. At Stony Brook, Woodruff is the highest-ranking member of the Director of Athletics Senior Executive Team with oversight of 115 department staff members and a budget of $30 million. She joined the school on Long Island in May 2004 as an associate athletic director and senior woman administrator before garnering a change in title to senior associate director of athletics after just one year. Woodruff oversees the Seawolves' capital planning, financial operations, human resources, facilities and events, student-athlete development and compliance, among other areas of responsibility. In 2011, she was a recipient of the NACWAA Administrator of the Year for her work with the Seawolves. -Read More


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Donna Woodruff Named Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics at Loyola University Maryland
May 23, 2017 Donna (Mulhern) Woodruff, an administrator with more than 20 years of experience in college athletics, was named assistant vice president and director of athletics at Loyola University Maryland in an event held Tuesday at Ridley Athletic Complex.


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Donna Woodruff Named Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics at Loyola University Maryland
May 23, 2017 Donna (Mulhern) Woodruff, an administrator with more than 20 years of experience in college athletics, was named assistant vice president and director of athletics at Loyola University Maryland in an event held Tuesday at Ridley Athletic Complex. Woodruff joins Loyola after spending the last 13 years at Stony Brook University where she has served as the Deputy Director of Athletics since July 2014. "Donna has a tremendous depth and breadth of experience and brings a vision that will truly help Loyola University Maryland and Greyhounds athletics continue to gain in national prominence," said Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., Loyola's president. At Stony Brook, Woodruff is the highest-ranking member of the Director of Athletics Senior Executive Team with oversight of 115 department staff members and a budget of $30 million. She joined the school on Long Island in May 2004 as an associate athletic director and senior woman administrator before garnering a change in title to senior associate director of athletics after just one year. "I am ecstatic about this opportunity to join the Loyola University family, and I want to especially thank Father Linnane, (Senior Vice President) Terry Sawyer, (incoming Vice President) Rob Kelly, and Jeff Nattans, alumnus and chair of the search committee, for their assistance throughout this process," Woodruff said. Woodruff oversees the Seawolves' capital planning, financial operations, human resources, facilities and events, student-athlete development and compliance, among other areas of responsibility. She has direct supervision of Stony Brook's men's and women's basketball, women's lacrosse and volleyball programs, after having previously worked with several other teams. The 1990 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania has managed the capital facility and construction projects for the $21.1 million renovation of Island Federal Credit Union Arena, as well as a current $5.7 million expansion of LaValle Stadium and $10 million indoor training facility. She has also managed renovations and construction of the university's pool, Joe Nathan Baseball Field, the Goldstein Family Student-Athlete Development Center and a track and field complex. She brings significant experience in fundraising initiatives, donor cultivation and alumni relations to Loyola, and she has also developed and implemented multiple strategic plans for the Stony Brook Athletic Department. Woodruff has been key in enhancing the student-athlete experiences of the Seawolves and has helped create and advance the school's LifeSkills programming and gender equity initiatives. "Donna is prepared to elevate athletics to new levels and establish the Greyhounds as the premiere athletic program here in Baltimore, the Patriot League and the NCAA," said Robert D. Kelly, Ph.D., a current Loyola trustee and incoming vice president and special assistant to the president who will oversee athletics. "I am looking forward to working with Donna, the coaches and the entire department to animate the Ignatian Culture of Engagement of which athletics is vital." The Philadelphia-area native was recently a member of the NCAA Division I Recruiting and Athletics Personnel Cabinet, serving a four-year term that ended in July 2016. She has been a featured speaker at Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly known as NACWAA, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators), and she was a part of the 2010-11 Sports Management Institute Class. In 2011, she was a recipient of the NACWAA Administrator of the Year for her work with the Seawolves. Woodruff's participation in college athletics dates to her days at Penn where she was a standout field hockey and lacrosse player for the Quakers. She was a five-time All-Ivy League selection, earning the honors three times in lacrosse and twice in field hockey. She was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America honorable mention recipient following her senior season, and she also earned regional All-America honors from the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association. She led Penn to the 1988 NCAA Semifinals and was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team, to date the only Quaker player to be so honored. Woodruff was recognized for her excellence on the field as a member of Penn's Athletic Hall of Fame Class X in May 2017. After graduation, she joined Penn's field hockey and lacrosse coaching staffs as an assistant coach. She worked with the Quakers' lacrosse team from 1991-95 and the field hockey program from 1991-2000. In 1996, she joined the athletic administration at Penn, working in a variety of roles. While at Penn, she also served as the regional administrative director for the United States Field Hockey Association Olympic Development Program from 1993-96. In that role, she managed and organized more than 650 athletes, 80 coaches, 15 athletic trainers and 15 site directors for participation in six months of training sessions following a curriculum developed by the National Coaching Staff. Woodruff has been a member of the University of Pennsylvania Field Hockey Alumnae Board since 2007 and currently serves as the Chair of that board. She moved to nearby Villanova University in December 2000 where she worked as the Wildcats' director of administrative services for athletics until May 2004 and her departure for Stony Brook. There, she oversaw the athletic department's internship program and equipment operations and was a departmental liaison to several campus entities. Woodruff earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Penn in 1990 and later received a Master of Science in Education with a concentration in higher education administration, from the Ivy League school in 2000. She was a standout student-athlete at Marple Newtown High School in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, where she was inducted to the hall of fame in 2007.


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Donna Woodruff
Donna Woodruff Donna (Mulhern) Woodruff is the Deputy Director of Athletics at Stony Brook. A longtime member of the department's senior staff, she served as the Interim Director of Athletics from November 2013 to June 2014. As Chief of Staff for the department, she manages the daily operation of the Department of Athletics and oversees several administrative units including Student-Athlete Development, Life Skills, Budget, Personnel, Compliance and Facility & Events Operations while also supervising men's and women's basketball, men's soccer and women's lacrosse. Originally hired in April 2004 as the Associate Director of Athletics for Administration & Student-Athlete Development/Senior Woman Administrator, Woodruff was promoted to Senior Associate Director of Athletics/SWA in July 2005. Since her arrival at Stony Brook, Woodruff has also been named to several committees including the NCAA Certification Steering Committee, the Scholarship Coordinating Council, the Student Life Advisory Committee, the Undergraduate Recognition Committee, as well as the President's Five Year Plan Task Force on Multicampus Development. Woodruff has also been trained to serve as a University Diversity Fellow as a part of the President's initiative to address the goal of fostering and promoting positive cross cultural activities for the Stony Brook community. As an institutional SWA within the nine-member America East Conference, Woodruff was selected by her peers to serve a two-year term as the Chair of the SWA Committee (2008-2010) where she served as a member of the America East Athletic Director's Council. Woodruff was also invited to attend the prestigious Sports Management Institute in June 2010 and completed the program in January 2011. Most recently she was appointed to the NCAA Division I Recruiting and Athletics Personnel Cabinet and served in that role until July 2016. Woodruff was named a recipient of the 2011 National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA) Administrator of the Year award for her tireless efforts with the Seawolves. Since the 2010-11 year, she had facility project oversight responsibility for Stony Brook's $3 million University Track project, $1.2 million Joe Nathan Baseball Field project, the $4.3 million Dubin Family Athletic Performance Center project, the $21.1 million arena renovation project and she is currently overseeing the $12 million pool project. Woodruff also served as a committee member for the 2011 and 2012 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championships, the America East Conference Championship and Competition Committee (CCC) and as a member of two search committees, as selected by President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., M.D., for the Stony Brook University Provost. Woodruff arrived at Stony Brook after serving for seven years as an athletic administrator at both Villanova University and the University of Pennsylvania. The former Director of Administrative Services for Athletics at Villanova, Woodruff represented its 24 teams on residence life, dining services and financial aid issues while coordinating all athletic camp operations. She was also responsible for the oversight of program operations for men's ice hockey, men's crew, men's volleyball, men's water polo and the athletic department equipment room. As a member of the compliance office staff, she was connected to all day-to-day operations and in charge of specific programs such as the NCAA Special Assistance Fund, the Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund and drug testing. During her tenure at Villanova, she spearheaded the Athletic Department Internship Program that supported 18 full-time interns. Woodruff was also a member of the Villanova University Community Committee and leader of the Villanova Quality Initiative team. She served on VU's NCAA Certification Steering Committee, the ECAC Field Hockey Selection Committee and as a representative at the first round of the 2002 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament. Prior to Villanova, Woodruff spent four years as an athletic administrator at the University of Pennsylvania, serving as the contest scheduler for all 34 intercollegiate sports while creating and monitoring contest contracts for each sport. In addition, she collaborated on the coaches' yearly budget process and acted as the department's liaison between facilities and operations personnel, the athletic communications office and the associate athletic directors. Woodruff began her career as an assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Penn in August of 1991. She stayed in that position for five years before assuming the dual role of assistant field hockey coach and athletic administrator. Along with her duties at Penn, from 1993-1996 she was a Regional Administrative Director for the U.S. Field Hockey Association where she was directly responsible for overseeing the USFHA Olympic Development Field Hockey program in Pennsylvania, the largest of 11 regions throughout the nation. She managed and organized more than 650 athletes, 80 coaches, 15 athletic trainers and 15 site directors for participationin six monthsof training sessions following a curriculum developed by the United States National Coaching Staff. Woodruff has been a member of the University of Pennsylvania Field Hockey Alumnae Board since 2007 and currently serves as the Chair of that board. Woodruff earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1990 from the University of Pennsylvania where she earned All-America status as a field hockey player. She helped lead her team to the Final Four of the 1988 NCAA Championship and remains the only player in school history to be named to the NCAA All-Tournament team. She also was an All-Ivy and Regional All-America pick in lacrosse. She later went on to receive her Master of Science degree in education in 2000 also from the University of Pennsylvania.


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