RSC starts year with commissioner search

Written By Josh Croup, Co-Sports Editor

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Scott McClure resigned as River States Conference (RSC) commissioner after a two-year stint as the league’s first full-time commissioner.

McClure stepped down effective Aug. 1 and began his new role as the assistant athletic director at Lewis–Clark State College in Idaho nine days later, according to the Bonner County Daily Bee. McClure oversaw the conference’s rebranding effort last year and helped increase the number of RSC postseason games broadcasted online during his tenure.

Joe Glover, Indiana University Southeast’s director of athletics, will serve the position in the interim until a national search for the next commissioner is complete. Until July 30, Glover served as the president of the RSC Administrative Council.

“I want to thank Scott for his great work for the league, its coaches and most importantly, our student-athletes throughout the River States Conference,” Glover said in a press release. “We will work tirelessly to find a new commissioner who will continue to lead the league on this upward trajectory within the NAIA.”

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