CLEMSON, South Carolina — Clemson University announced Monday an extension through June 30, 2022, of the contract for Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich.
Radakovich has served in the role since December 2012.
“Dan is without a doubt one of the best ADs in the country and I’m proud of the work our student-athletes have done in the classroom and around our community under his leadership,” President James P. Clements said.
“We’ve seen incredible progress in our athletic facilities and tremendous successes on the field over the last four years, and I’m thrilled Dan wants to continue to serve at Clemson for a long time.”
Radakovich has supervised a major upgrade in Clemson's athletics facilities including the new football operations facility, a new football indoor practice facility and a renovation of Littlejohn Coliseum.
This fall, football has recorded 10 victories for the sixth-consecutive year and continues to be ranked among the top programs in the country, men’s soccer has earned the #3 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and women’s soccer advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16.
Radakovich has served on the College Football Playoff Selection Committee since its inception in 2014, and was recently elected vice chair of the LEAD1 Association, an organization of all 129 Division I directors of athletics.