, the Penn men's coach the past 20 years, has been been named the Ivy League school's senior associate athletic director.
Penn had just one winning season in the 13
years prior to Fuller's arrival. Since then, the Quakers won seven Philadelphia Soccer Six championships, reached the NCAA Tournament four times (2002, 2008, 2010, 2013) and won three Ivy League
titles (2002, 2008, 2013).
In 2002, Matthew Haefner
was named Penn’s first-ever Ivy League Player of the Year and the first All-American since 1984. Duke
was named Penn’s first Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year in 2013.
Fuller, who spent the past year as the special adviser to the athletic director, will oversee the
33 intercollegiate sports Penn offers. The three sports he will concentrate on are football and men’s and women’s basketball. In addition, he'll oversee compliance, student development and
sports performance. NCAA Division I men's coaching moves: Dartmouth Out:
Chad Riley (Notre Dame head coach); In:
Bo Oshoniyi (ETSU head coach).
Craig Blazer; In:
Mark Plotkin (Colgate associate). ETSU: Out:
Bo Oshoniyi (Dartmouth head coach). Gonzaga Out:
Paul Meehan (Gonzaga assistant). Notre Dame Out:
Bobby Clark (retired); In:
Chad Riley (Dartmouth head coach) Penn: Out:
Rudy Fuller. Penn State Out:
Bob Warming (retired); In:
Jeff Cook (Bethlehem Steel assistant) Oregon State Out:
Steve Simmons; In:
Terry Boss (Virginia associate). Temple Out:
Dave MacWilliams; In:
Brian Rowland (Maryland associate). St. Francis, Pa. Out:
Paulo Neto. In:
Frank Olszewski (Davis & Elkins head coach). Saint Louis Out:
Mike McGinty. In:
Kevin Kalish (St. Louis Scott Gallagher). San Diego Out:
Seamus McFadden (retired); In:
Brian Quinn (San Diego assistant). Seton Hall Out:
Gerson Echeverry (Rio Grande Valley FC); In:
Andreas Lindberg (LIU-Post head coach).
Kyle Gookins; In:
Cristian Neagu (North Carolina