Angelos named Woolard's top assistant
After a five-month search, USF's athletic department has found a new second-in-command.
Craig Angelos, who has spent the past year as the Bulls' compliance chief, has been named executive senior associate athletic director. He replaces Bill McGillis, now AD at Southern Mississippi.
"I am grateful to (AD) Doug Woolard for the opportunity to take on a greater role within a vibrant athletic department and university community committed to success at the highest level," Angelos, a married dad of six, said in a statement.
"I look forward to continuing to work alongside Doug and the tremendous USF student-athletes, coaches and staff as we strive toward ever greater success."
Prior to arriving at USF, Angelos served as AD at Florida Atlantic from 2003-12. While there, he oversaw the football program's transition to Division I and the construction of an on-campus stadium, and hired Carl Pelini as coach after Howard Schnellenberger retired.
He was informed in March 2012 his contract wouldn't be renewed. He also has served in the athletic departments at Indiana and Miami.