UConn Adds Compliance Officer To Senior Athletic Staff

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Angie Cretors, who has worked at the NCAA national office since 2005, has been named the Senior Associate Director of Athletics for NCAA Rules Education and Compliance Services at the University of Connecticut.

  In her role at UConn, she will be responsible for the management and operations of the Athletics Compliance Office with the primary function to monitor and document institutional compliance with NCAA and conference regulations related to recruitment, eligibility, admissions, financial aid, housing and physical welfare of student-athletes. She will also serve as the primary Division of Athletics  liaison with the University Office of Audit, Compliance and Ethics.

 Cretors will also be a member of the Division of Athletics Leadership Team under Director of Athletics Warde Manuel.

 

Cretors had a number of positions at the NCAA, most recently serving as Associate Director of Enforcement since 2011. In that role, she developed and investigated violations of NCAA legislation in men’s basketball, working with a number of constituents in the sport. Cretors developed and presented seminars around the country regarding basketball issues and trends for audiences such as institutional compliance officers, coaches and student-athletes.

 

From 2008-11, Cretors was the Associate Director of Agent, Gambling and Amateurism Activities. She developed and investigated information on sports wagering, agent and post-enrollment amateurism violations. She also provided education materials and presentations to member institutions on these issues. Cretors was the Assistant Director of Agent, Gambling and Amateurism Activities from 2005-08.

 

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