ROSEMONT – The Rosemont College Athletic Department has named Danielle Maye the new Assistant Athletic Director and Lawrence McNamee the Assistant Athletic Trainer this past Monday. Both positions were created for the department after the college made the historic decision to transition to a coed institution. The athletics department has expanded to add three new men’s sports (basketball, soccer, and tennis) on top of the six women’s sports already in competition.
Maye comes to Rosemont after serving as the Assistant to the Athletic Director at Gloucester County College in Sewell, N.J. There, she assisted with monitoring student-athlete academic progress, sports information duties, scheduling for the 13 varsity athletic teams as well as event management, promotions and marketing and fitness center supervision. Maye graduated from State University of New York College at Cortland both in 2006 and 2008 with a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology and a Masters in Sport Management respectively.
McNamee relocates to the Philadelphia area from North Carolina. He received his Bachelors Degree from Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. in Athletic Training and his Masters in Sport Studies from High Point University in High Point, N.C. While there, he worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at High Point for the men’s basketball and men’s and women’s cross country and track programs. In addition, he assisted with the institution’s twelve other Division I programs and did internships with Appalachian State University.
Both Maye and McNamee will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the department as well as a much needed support with the expanding student-athlete body. Maye will work under Athletic Director Lynn Rothenhoefer and run all scheduling, compliance and event management operations while McNamee will work under Head Athletic Trainer Suzanne Donaghue and aid in all athletic training needs for the nine varsity sports.
For more information on Rosemont Athletics, please visit our website at www.rosemont.edu/athletics.