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MAAC Comm. Richard Ensor Talks College Sports, Key Issues with Ken Kraetzer

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Richard J. Ensor is a leader in college athletics and education. Named the third Commissioner of the MAAC in August 1988, Ensor has provided leadership to the conference in a period of transition and growth. During his tenure the MAAC has secured a stable membership base, expanded the number of championships conducted and developed an extensive marketing program cemented with broadcast agreements with ESPN, a web paged hosted by NeuLion and partner championship venues such as the Times Union Center(Albany, NY), Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and Disney Sports Attractions. Ensor is a past member of the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee and serves on boards of the Sports Lawyers Association, WBCA, and Philadelphia Sports Congress. . In 2017 he will begin term on the NCAA D1 Council and serve on the Women’s Basketball Oversight and Advancement Committee.

A 1975 graduate of Saint Peter's University, Ensor holds a Master's degree in sports management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and graduated from Seton Hall University's School of Law in 1987 and was admitted to the New Jersey Bar.

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