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EKIN 3210 Dino Mattessich

EKIN 3210 Dino Mattessich - University of Maryland He then...

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EKIN 3210 Sports Administration I December 2, 2009 Jake Sebastian Dino Mattessich, Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Internal Operations Mr. Joseph Morrone This article describes Dino Mattessich’s career in lacrosse on how he saw his first game while also playing in his first game. By the time he hit college, he had caught up with the learning curve and was part of a national championship team in 1973 with the
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Unformatted text preview: University of Maryland. He then went on to be an administrator at Towson and Unveristy of Maine before coming to UConn. When he got to UConn he took over the lacrosse team. Saying that he wanted to give back to the game and make a difference in the lives of young men who really enjoy the game. Question: What is the most difficult part about your job?...
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