UW-Eau Claire names finalists for director of athletics

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A UW-Eau Claire assistant softball coach is among four finalists for the next director of athletics at the university.

On Friday, UW-Eau Claire released the names of the four finalists. They are:

•Robin K. Baker, assistant director of athletics and assistant softball coach at UW-Eau Claire
•Rick A. Goeb, former director of athletics at Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minnesota
•Charles J. Gross, associate athletics director at UW-Milwaukee
•Daniel J. Schumacher, director of intercollegiate athletics at Chicago State University in Chicago

The university will interview each of the finalists. They will speak during an open forum on campus May 5-May 14. You can find a schedule of the dates and times at the link on the right side of this story.

The school is searching for a new hire because current Director of Athletics Scott Kilgallon announced that he will retire June 30.

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