Craig Keilitz

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Craig Keilitz is the vice president for athletics and athletic director (AD) at High Point University. He was named AD on January 9, 2008[1] and named Vice President for Athletics on August 21, 2013.[2] He previously worked at Wake Forest University for 13 years and the University of Michigan as the NCAA compliance director.[3]

Since Keilitz has been athletic director, the High Point Panthers added men's and women's lacrosse and completed several athletic facility renovations, including a $2 million upgrade of HPU's Millis Center and installation of Mondo 3NX turf in Vert Stadium.[4] High Point University has broken ground on a new Athletic Performance Center that is set to open in 2014.[5] Planning has been announced for a new basketball arena.[6]

Keilitz was named Executive Director of the American Baseball Coaches Association on Feb. 17, 2014, and will assume that position on July 1, 2014.[7]

Keilitz's father, Dave Keilitz, is former baseball coach and athletic director at Central Michigan University.[1][8] Dave became Executive Director of the ABCA in 1994 and announced his retirement in 2013,[9] the position Craig Keilitz is taking in 2014.