Reeves Tabbed as North Georgia Director of Athletics
DAHLONEGA, GA – President Dr. David
Potter has announced that Associate Athletics Director and Senior
Women’s Administrator Lindsay Reeves will take over as
Director of Athletics at North Georgia College & state
University effective immediately.
Reeves is in her 10th year with North Georgia and will take over as Director of Athletics after serving as Associate Athletics Director and Senior Women’s Administrator for the last three years. She has also been a professor in North Georgia's School of Education since 2000.
“Coach Dunn has built an extremely successful and solid foundation for North Georgia Athletics and I look forward to continue our pursuit of excellence both in the Peach Belt Conference and within all of NCAA Division II,” Reeves said of her new appointment.
She will take over for long time Athletics Director Randy Dunn who retired in June after 28 years with the university. Reeves will oversee the 11 NCAA Division II sports at North Georgia competing in the Peach Belt Conference.
As Senior Women’s Administrator, Reeves has overseen the emergence of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) at North Georgia, raising over $10,000 the last two years for the Make-A-wish Foundation, and the only PBC school to reach the $5,000 mark in consecutive years.
Reeves was instrumental in North Georgia’s transition from NAIA into NCAA Division II, handling internal operations allowing the institution to make the probationary period in just two season.
Lindsay graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in Physical Education and received her Masters from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Exercise Physiology.
After completing her education, she worked as the Director of Testing at Sports Training Institute in N.Y., before taking over as Assistant Director of Health & Fitness at General Electric World Headquarters in CT. From 1990-1999 she was the Director of Employee Wellness and faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill. Lindsay is married to Dave Reeves and they have a son Tim who is 23, and a daughter Kelley who is 21.