Doug Woolard's tenure as USF athletic director
May 12, 2004: Hired from St. Louis to replace Lee Roy Selmon, who stepped down for health reasons and became chief fundraiser.
July 1, 2005: USF officially joins the Big East, which accepted the school's application in November 2003.
2007: Guides USF into a 10-year, $22 million multimedia contract with IMG College, a sports marketing firm.
Spring 2007: Fires men's basketball coach Robert McCullum and hires Stan Heath.
September 2008: Signs a five-year deal with Under Armour, providing USF with $1 million in cash and $1.8 million in apparel.
January 2010: Fires football coach Jim Leavitt after a locker room incident involving a player and hires Skip Holtz.
2010-12: Oversees "Athletics District" initiative of about $70 million to build and improve USF facilities, including new football and basketball practice facilities, Sun Dome renovations and new baseball, softball and soccer stadiums.
June 2012: Signs a three-year extension with a base salary of about $600,000 and includes a matching bonus for incentives reached by the school's coaches.
July 2012: Extends contract with Under Armour through 2018, providing $4.22 million in cash, $7.17 million in products and $1.08 million in advertising during USF broadcasts.
December 2012: Fires football coach Skip Holtz and hires Willie Taggart.
July 1, 2013: With Big East football dissolved, USF is one of 10 founding members of the American Athletic Conference.