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Hodges named new Assistant Athletic Director at Rosemont

Rosemont College is proud to announce that Ashley Hodges has been named the new Assistant Athletic Director at the school.
Hodges comes to Rosemont from New England College, where she spent one year as the Associate Director of Athletics. She was previously at Southern Vermont College, where she spent two years as Assistant Athletic Director and nine years as the head athletic trainer.
"We are excited to have Ashley on board at Rosemont," Director of Athletics Joseph Pavlow said. "The search committee selected Ashley from from a strong pool of candidates.  Her experience, energy and passion for the student-athlete experience will have an immediate impact as we continue to reshape our department. I look forward to working with her."
"I'm excited to join the Rosemont athletic department," Hodges said. "I'm looking forward to building on the successes and working with the coaches and Joe. Thank you to Joe, the search committee and the rest of the administration for giving me this opportunity."
Hodges is one of 60 administrators throughout the NCAA chosen to participate in the NCAA Game Day - the DIII Way Ambassador Training Program, which was provided by the Disney Institute and designed to develop Division III game experience and environment service standards.

Among her accomplishments at Southern Vermont, Hodges organized the school's first Girls and Women in Sports Day Program in conjunction with the Civic Engagement Department and had over 40 participants plus involvement from all of SVC's women's sports teams.

Prior to Southern Vermont, Hodges spent three years at Drake University where she worked as an athletic trainer while also pursuing her Masters of Science in Adult Learning and Organizational Performances with a concentration in human resources, which she completed in 2009. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in exercise and sport science from Iowa State University in 2006. She obtained her Doctor of Education (Ed. D) degree in Athletic Administration from Northcentral University this year.