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SLCC has new athletic director

Published June 12, 2014 9:58 pm

Bruins • Former high school administrator has experience with Utah State, UHSAA.
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Salt Lake Community College has pulled an administrator from the high school ranks to serve as its new athletic director.

Kevin Dustin, an assistant director at the Utah High School Activities Association, will replace longtime AD Norma Carr at SLCC, overseeing the Bruins' five sports. He'll start his new role on July 1.

Dustin oversees football and men's basketball among other sports for UHSAA, and is one of the main figures who works with high school coaches and administrators to help organize athletic events. He previously worked for Utah State for 14 years, serving as the associate athletic director for development before jumping to UHSAA.

"I believe Kevin will carry on Norma Carr's legacy of leading the athletic program with integrity," said SLCC interim vice president of student services Nancy Singer in a school news release. "His development experience, high school athletics experience, and his ability to build collaborative partnerships will serve the College and our student athletes well."

SLCC has baseball, men's basketball, women's basketball, softball and volleyball programs.




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