College Sports' New World: The Long(horn) View
The University of Texas is a leader regionally and nationally as a collegiate "brand" - the question going forward is how to sustain that brand and mission, evolve it to reflect the emerging issues in sports generally and collegiate sports in particular, and confirm an identity committed to both educational excellence and academic achievement. Discussion can include emerging NCAA issues, conference matters, the new Texas and the new Austin, how the University will build in and around the new University of Texas Medical School, etc.
Exec Sr Assoc Dir of Athletics
The University of Texas at Austin
E.T. (Skip) Prince was appointed Exec. Senior Assoc. Dir. of Athletics for the University of Texas at Austin in late 2013, after six years as a senior consultant to the Athletics Department, the Longhorn Foundation, and the Office of the President.
Prince comes to UT and Austin after five years in Chicago as President/CEO of the United States Hockey League, the premier NCAA-protective junior property in hockey. 40% of all Division I NCAA student athletes and more than 200 NHL players are USHL alumni.
As head of the The Prince Companies, Prince led a consortium of management consulting professionals providing services to professional, collegiate, youth, and financial and investment organizations. He helped found Arena Football, served as the President/CEO of the CFL Montreal Alouettes, Sr.Vice President of Anschutz Properties (precursor to AEG), and spent ten years as Sr. V.P. of the NHL.
Prince is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Virginia School of Law.