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Mike Stroud
Mike  Stroud

Director of Facilities and Operations

Mike Stroud is the athletics department's director of facilities and operations after previously serving four years as the assistant director for athletics facilities and operations. He began working with facilities and operations after serving as the head equipment manager for Virginia football for two years and an assistant football equipment manager for one year.

Stroud's responsibilities include managing the operation and maintenance of the athletics facilities, serving as contract administrator for various service contracts, and planning and coordinating facility maintenance projects. He serves as the event manager for assigned events and sports programs, coordinates support activities for those events, and assists with the bid process and coordinates the hosting of Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA championships for his assigned sports. In addition to the Scott Stadium operations budget, Stroud manages assigned components of the budgets for other athletics facilities. He supervises the athletics housekeeping and shop maintenance staffs.

Stroud also assists the executive associate athletics director with assigned capital projects. Most recently he worked on the George Welsh Indoor Practice Facility, the Lannigan Track and Field renovation project and the Davenport Field baseball stadium enhancement project, which renovated the existing support facility and added a hall of fame, meeting room and weight room.

A native of Bricktown, N.J., Stroud came to Virginia from the University of Central Florida where he was an assistant equipment manager for one year.

Stroud earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science in May of 2002 from East Carolina University. In December of 2009 he earned a master's degree in sports management from West Virginia University.


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