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Mark W. Massari

Deputy Director of Athletics

Oregon State University

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Oregon State University

3029 Cordley Hall

Corvallis, Oregon,97331

United States

Company Description

Oregon State is a leading research university located in one of the safest, smartest, greenest small cities in the nation: http://oregonstate.edu/main/about. Situated 90 miles south of Portland, 40 miles north of Eugene and an hour from the Cascade Mountains o...more

Background Information

Employment History

Presidio Sports


Director of Athletics

University of California , Santa Barbara


Four-Year Scholarship Football Player

Hornets


Affiliations

Positive Coaching Alliance

Member Board of Directors


Athletics Todd Sainsbury

Member of Vice President and Director of Executive Management Team


National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics

Member


Gaucho Fund

Founder


Education

bachelor's degree

history

Sacramento State


master

leadership

Duquesne University


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News - Van Wagner

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Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment Collegiate Services Announces Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast
Posted on July 07, 2017 NEW YORK, July 7, 2017 - The Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment (VWSE) Collegiate Services Division, today announced Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast. Massari joins VWSE after serving as Deputy Athletics Director at Oregon State University since 2014 in his second tenure with the Beavers, after serving the previous six years as Director of Athletics at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). "I am thrilled to welcome Mark Massari to our VWSE family," said Mike Palisi, Executive Vice President of VWSE. I'm excited to implement new marketing campaigns to engage and grow our partner schools and conferences" said Massari. Since his return to Corvallis, Massari directed both external and internal operations including leading all capital projects for the Pac-12 school. He served on the search to hire head football coach Gary Andersen and created the campaign "Commit2Wayne" - increasing men's basketball season ticket sales to the highest level in a decade. With the conference he launched Pac-12 Sales the outbound ticket marketing and fan engagement effort and introduced "Beavers Salute" outreach honoring military veterans, servicemen and women and their families. Massari initiated the "Men of Roses" celebration with Nike for the 75th anniversary of the historic 1942 Rose Bowl victors. While at UCSB, he led 20 Division I programs for the Big West Conference school. He launched the "Dare to Be Great" campaign raising $25 million for program support, scholarships and facility improvements. During his tenure the Gauchos posting an impressive 85 percent student-athlete graduation rate - second highest in the University of California system. Massari made several promising coaching hires, including Andrew Checketts, who guided the baseball team to its first ever appearance in the College World Series. Massari served several roles at Oregon State prior to leaving for UCSB. From 2006-08 he was the Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs and managed the Learfield Sports property from 2002-06. His extensive background also includes directing sports marketing and sales for University of Miami (FL) and leading media sales and affiliates for the NFL's San Francisco 49ers and its rights hol The Northern California native played football as a scholarship student-athlete at Sacramento State University, earning a bachelor's degree in history. He later received his master's degree in leadership and sports business from Duquesne University. Mark and his wife Kimberly have a daughter Madeline, a son Joseph and a chocolate lab named Hershey.


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About Our Beaver Nation Beaver Sports Properties Facilities OregonState.edu OurBeaverNation.com Sports Medicine Staff Directory 2015-16 Annual Report Alumni Association Page Cheer Community Engagement Compliance Hall of Fame Olympians The Bennys Trademarks & Licensing Varsity OSU Choose a Staff Member: Mark Massari Mark Massari Mark Massari returned to Oregon State University for his second tenure in July 2014 after serving the previous six years as Director of Athletics at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). He oversees strategic planning, capital projects and internal operations for all 18 Beaver programs and is a member of Vice President/Director of Athletics Todd Sainsbury's executive management team. Massari leads the $42 million Valley Football Center Expansion and is sport supervisor for football and several Olympic sports. Since his return to Corvallis, Massari served on the search to hire head football coach Gary Andersen from Wisconsin and introduced the successful marketing campaign - "Commit2Wayne" - increasing men's basketball season tickets, for the first-year under Wayne Tinkle, to the highest level in a decade. Massari served several roles at Oregon State prior to leaving for UCSB. From 2006-08 he was the Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs, where he was involved in a $115 million capital campaign that included the "Raising Reser" football facility expansions, the construction of the Sports Performance Center and upgrades to Gill Coliseum and Goss Stadium at Coleman Field. From 2002-06 he served as the general manager for Beaver Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Sports. While at UCSB, Massari led 20 Division I teams for the Big West Conference program. During his tenure, the Gauchos posted an impressive 85 percent student-athlete graduation rate - second highest in the University of California system, and competed in 18 NCAA championships. He introduced the first-ever giving program to athletics - the Gaucho Fund - and made several promising coaching hires including former Beaver All-American Andrew Checketts, who guided baseball to its highest national ranking in 30 years. Prior to OSU, Massari directed broadcast sales, marketing and network affiliates for the NFL's San Francisco 49ers and its rights holder, KGO for three years, and spent five years directing sports marketing and sales at the University of Miami (Fla). Prior to the Hurricanes, he began his career as an intern at Saint Mary's College in Moraga, Calif. The native of Napa, Calif., was a four-year football student-athlete at Sacramento State University, earning a bachelor's degree in history. He later earned a master's degree in sports leadership from Duquesne University. Mark serves on the university's campus planning committee and on the board of director's for Positive Coaching Alliance's Portland chapter. He and his wife Kimberly have a daughter Madeline, a son Joseph and a chocolate lab named Hershey.


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Mark Massari
Deputy Athletics Director for Capital Projects & Internal Operations 737-9309 737-9309 mark.massari@oregonstate.edu


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The Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment (VWSE) Collegiate Services Division, today announced Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast.
Massari joins VWSE after serving as Deputy Athletics Director at Oregon State...


Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment Collegiate Services Announces Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast - Van Wagner

www.vanwagner.com [cached]

Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment Collegiate Services Announces Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast
Jul 7th 2017 "I am thrilled to welcome Mark Massari to our VWSE family," said Mike Palisi, Executive Vice President of VWSE. NEW YORK, July 7, 2017 - The Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment (VWSE) Collegiate Services Division, today announced Mark Massari as Vice President of the West Coast. Massari joins VWSE after serving as Deputy Athletics Director at Oregon State University since 2014 in his second tenure with the Beavers, after serving the previous six years as Director of Athletics at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). "I am thrilled to welcome Mark Massari to our VWSE family," said Mike Palisi, Executive Vice President of VWSE. I'm excited to implement new marketing campaigns to engage and grow our partner schools and conferences" said Massari. Since his return to Corvallis, Massari directed both external and internal operations including leading all capital projects for the Pac-12 school. He served on the search to hire head football coach Gary Andersen and created the campaign "Commit2Wayne" - increasing men's basketball season ticket sales to the highest level in a decade. With the conference he launched Pac-12 Sales the outbound ticket marketing and fan engagement effort and introduced "Beavers Salute" outreach honoring military veterans, servicemen and women and their families. Massari initiated the "Men of Roses" celebration with Nike for the 75th anniversary of the historic 1942 Rose Bowl victors. While at UCSB, he led 20 Division I programs for the Big West Conference school. He launched the "Dare to Be Great" campaign raising $25 million for program support, scholarships and facility improvements. During his tenure the Gauchos posting an impressive 85 percent student-athlete graduation rate - second highest in the University of California system. Massari made several promising coaching hires, including Andrew Checketts, who guided the baseball team to its first ever appearance in the College World Series. Massari served several roles at Oregon State prior to leaving for UCSB. From 2006-08 he was the Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs and managed the Learfield Sports property from 2002-06. His extensive background also includes directing sports marketing and sales for University of Miami (FL) and leading media sales and affiliates for the NFL's San Francisco 49ers and its rights hol The Northern California native played football as a scholarship student-athlete at Sacramento State University, earning a bachelor's degree in history. He later received his master's degree in leadership and sports business from Duquesne University. Mark and his wife Kimberly have a daughter Madeline, a son Joseph and a chocolate lab named Hershey.


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