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Tony Vecchione
Position: Senior Associate Director of Athletics

Tony Vecchione has been a Senior Associate Director of Athletics in Penn’s Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics’ (DRIA) since April 2012.

In his position, Vecchione oversees 16 of Penn's varsity programs -- men's and women's soccer, field hockey, volleyball, sprint football, men's and women's swimming & diving, men's and women's squash, baseball, softball, women's rowing, men's heavyweight rowing, men's lightweight rowing, and men's and women's tennis. He also oversees Recreation, Sports Performance, Compliance and Student Services for the Athletics Department.

This marked a return to Penn for Vecchione, who worked for Penn Athletics from 1995-98, first as Associate Director of Athletic Operations and then as Director of Athletic Facilities and Operations.

From 2006 until his return to Penn, Vecchione worked for SMG Management, Inc. as the General Manager of the Arena at the Don Taft University Center on the campus of Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. In this position, he oversaw a 4,500-seat arena that served as a venue for intercollegiate athletics, university events, and community events as well as concerts.

Prior to that, Vecchione worked at George Washington University from 1998-2006 as an Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Operations. In that position, he managed all facility operations for Colonial athletics including the Charles E. Smith Center (basketball/volleyball arena), the Lerner Health & Wellness Center, and the complexes for intercollegiate soccer, lacrosse, softball and tennis. Before his arrival at Penn, Vecchione worked at American University from 1987-95 as an Assistant Athletic Director.

Vecchione was also the head coach of George Washington’s men’s soccer program from 1982-86, leading the Colonials to a 42-33-14 record during that time.


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