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Kevin Hurley
Position: Associate Athletic Director for Facilities
Hometown: Billings, Mont.
Alma Mater: Creighton '90
Phone: (979) 862-2575
Email: khurley@athletics.tamu.edu

Kevin Hurley is in seventh season as Texas A&M's Associate Athletic Director for Facilities.

In addition to overseeing all facility maintenance and construction for the Athletic Department, Hurley is also the administrator that oversees the Aggie baseball, women's soccer and equestrian programs.

He has overseen the construction of McFerrin Athletic Center, the Cox-McFerrin Center for Aggie Basketball, Equestrian Training Facility at the Brazos County Exposition Complex, Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park, Ellis Soccer Stadium expansion, Davis Football Player Development Center, expansion of the Bright Football Complex, recent addition of the RC Slocum Nutrition Center, and the upcoming $450 million renovation of Kyle Field, beginning in August of 2013 and lasting through the summer of 2015.

No stranger to Aggieland, Hurley has spent the last 21 years as a member of the Athletic Department. He has served as an administrative assistant for men's basketball and baseball, recruiting coordinator for basketball, an assistant athletic director for basketball operations and an associate athletic director for internal operations.

Before coming to Texas A&M, Hurley served as the home and visiting clubhouse manager for the Triple-A Omaha Royals at Rosenblatt Stadium. Hurley had been involved in the College World Series for 13 years and served as both assistant tournament director and tournament director for many NCAA Regional baseball tournaments. Hurley also served as the Assistant Director of Championships at the Missouri Valley Conference for two years.

Originally from Billings, Montana, Hurley graduated from Creighton University in 1990 with a degree in accounting. He received a Masters of Science degree in accounting from Texas A&M in 2000.

Hurley is married to the former Julie Musial and the couple has a daughter, Darby, and a son, Jarrett.

 

(7/13)

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